WATCH: This trippy make-up is perfect for Halloween

There’s a month or so to go until Halloween so it’s time to start planning your costume.

And if you’re anyway could at make-up or face-painting, you might want to give this ago. Because it’s seriously freaky.

Beauty vlogger and make-up artist Tamang Phan posted this video showing how to do this Trippy Double Vision look. To get the effect, she puts on her make-up as normal but then adds another set of her features in the same style, creating this blurring that will hurt your head.

Take a look - if you can get your eyes to focus.

It might take some practice but it’s very effective.

H/T: BreakingNews.ie

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