The TikTok creator took fans through the process of transforming herself into the pop music icon, from her makeup to her custom outfit
Alix Earle is finding new ways to express herself.
On Saturday, the TikTok star, 22, did a fashion flashback for Halloween, wearing a costume inspired by a major '90s music moment. Earle channeled Madonna’s Blonde Ambition era in a custom-made replica of the Jean Paul Gaultier bustier bodysuit the pop icon famously wore.
She paired her costume with black tights, black patent leather pointy-toe heels, and a gold necklace. However, what really elevated Earle’s costume was her incredible makeup look.
Earle first teased her costume by sharing footage of her glam transformation on TikTok, which included a short curly blonde wig and an expert use of face tape to create a “facelift” effect to resemble the “Vogue” singer.
The influencer was transformed with the help of makeup artist Dom Della, who exclusively used Urban Decay products for the Halloween homage.
It was elevated with Eyeshadow Primer Potion, Naked2 Basics Eyeshadow Palette, 24/7 Inks Easy Ergonomic Liquid Eyeliner Pen in Zero, 24/7 Shadow in Blackout and Urban Decay lip products 24/7 Glide-On Waterproof Lip Liner in 714 Bright Red and Vice Lip Bond Liquid Lipstick in Unbreakable. Della then topped off the look with the All Nighter Setting Spray.
As Della worked on Earle’s look, the content creator shared that she was preparing to host a Halloween party at Marquee Club in New York City.
She also revealed that she searched the internet for ‘90s icons as inspiration for a costume for her favorite holiday, and just “knew” she had to embody Madonna’s Blonde Ambition moment.
As the video concluded, Earle's look began to come together. Once the bold red lip and faux mole were applied, she expressed her amazement at the transformation. “I don’t even recognize myself right now. This is crazy!" she said.
In a follow-up video, Earle shared details about the costume itself, explaining that her baby pink and black look was custom-made. To truly channel Madonna, she also spent time learning the Grammy winner’s dances from the iconic tour.
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Earle said it took 30 minutes to get dressed in the costume with help from multiple people. “I honestly don’t know how they made this, but it is actually so perfect," she raved.
Throughout the video, Earle sang some of the pop star’s hits — including “Express Yourself,” “Material Girl” and “Vogue” — while posing like the singer. She even admitted, “Ugh, I wish I could sing!”
While flexing her muscles in preparation for the singer's choreography, she said, “I’m not as ripped as Madonna, but we’re going to try.”
As the Halloween celebrations kicked off, Earle showed off additional videos of herself in the costume and hosting the Marquee party. "Here she comes!" Earle declared in the caption of one of the clips.
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