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Turtleneck by Jolie by Edward Spiers at Yoox, $72. Skirt by Love Leather at FarFetch, $300. Shoes by Prada at Saks Fifth Avenue, $720. Socks by Hansel from Basel at La Garçonne, $32. Leather gloves by Designers Remix at FarFetch, $104. Hair flower at Hairflowers.net, $3.80.

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Pop Art makeup tutorials are causing quite the stir on YouTube and it’s more than understandable why – who wouldn’t want to turn their face into a 3D comic book character?! Through a clever use of line and colour, you can look like a walking, talking product of an artist’s pen - from Halloween zombies to your favourite superheroes such as Batman. Here are some of the best to help you with your DIY cartoon look.

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Pop Art makeup tutorials are causing quite the stir on YouTube and it’s more than understandable why – who wouldn’t want to turn their face into a 3D comic book character?! Through a clever use of line and colour, you can look like a walking, talking product of an artist’s pen - from Halloween zombies to your favourite superheroes such as Batman. Here are some of the best to help you with your DIY cartoon look.

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