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Julia Fox Nailed Corpse-Core With e.l.f x Liquid Death's Dark Collab

Julia Fox is no stranger to confidently rocking some of the most talked-about makeup looks of the 21st century. The beauty dare-devil is often photographed in dramatic, bold black eye makeup that has seemingly become her signature look. Fox is back in the spotlight for her drop-dead gorgeous corpse-core beauty look she wore to walk her dog in the streets of New York City. (Yes, really.)

She topped off the look with long blonde tresses and a very preppy but grunge blazer, a mini skirt, knee-high tights and a high platform combination. Fox's style is just as much of a showstopper as her head-turning beauty looks. The blacked-out makeup look was achieved by Fox's makeup artist, Colby Smith, using the newly launched e.l.f. Cosmetics and Liquid Death collaboration.

 

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The e.l.f. Cosmetics and Liquid Death Corpse Paint Vault can be purchased on the brand's website for $34 USD. The collection comes in a reusable coffin box that contains the five makeup products that make up the collaboration. The "Dead Set," which is a Matte Magic Mist & Set spray,  "Kiss of Death," the O Face Satin Lipstick in the shade "All Night" and "Eye Die," a No Budge Cream Eyeshadow in the shade "Wispy Cloud." As well as "Dead Line," a H2O Proof Eyeliner Pen, "Brush with Death," a putty makeup applicator and "Closed Casket," the keepsake coffin box.

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Fox created the "black metal" makeup look by first using the "brush with death" brush to apply "Eye Die" all over her face. Then she used "Kiss of Death" on both her lips and applied it in large, blended circles around her eyes. Next, Fox used "Dead Line" to create jagged lines around the edges of her lips. Lastly, she finished the look by spraying the Dead Set spray all over her face to set the look.

For more beauty news, check out our coverage of Jackie Aina's first-ever fragrance launch.