By Amy Lawrenson
Okay on first glance very few people would feel inclined to rock this look. But there are some wearable parts.
Drawing on the inspiration of 'ghost witches' Sharon Dowsett' created a smoky, aubergine eye using Maybelline eyeshadows. Adding a hint of purple or aubergine into a traditional charcoal smoky eye can make it feel much less severe and can be really flattering. Sharon also used Maybelline's new Colour Tattoo 24hr, a pot of long-lasting creamy gold shadow that can be used washed on to the lid or in this case in the inner corners of a dark smoky look to open up the eye.
David Barton used Maybelline Express Finish Lacquer in Onyx, then layered over with supersize glitter from art supply shop Brodie & Middleton (http://www.brodies.net/). Omit the spray painting of the fingers (never going to happen in real life) and rock this textured, sparkly nail. Use a good top coat like Seche Vite to seal.