Start by doing your foundation and eye concealer like you normally would but a little bit heavier, your goal is to make your skin look unnaturally even. Then add the Soft Pink Luminizer from the Treasure Chest all over your face, the idea is to make your skin look like plastic, a little shiny but not oily. Now the eyes, coat your entire lid, all the way to the brow, with a pale eyeshadow close to your skin tone. Sweeping the pale color all the way up to your brow should make your eyes look open and a little hollow. Line your upper lash line with a dark liner, avoiding the inner corner of your eye and turning it up just a little on the outer ends. Next, pile on the mascara! I used Bottoms Up, on both my top and bottom lashes that tiny little brush really helps you get all the lashes! Use concealer on the outer areas of your lips and a red pencil to color in the center because you need it to stay put all night. Depending on how full your lips are you might want to go just past the edge. I added a red gloss from the Treasure Chest but it might last longer if you donít. Now, the blush, tarteís cheek stain is the perfect size to make those perfect little circles, but you can also do it with a smaller size if you have a steady hand, I used Merry. Add a little translucent powder under your eyes, this way if any of your black eye makeup falls below your eye you can brush it off without disturbing your foundation. The makeup is the real center of this costume because you can wear it with a look of different things, Iím going to wear an old baby doll dress and a pairs of flats, but you can wear anything that you could imagine a doll wearing. Have fun!