What's a sugar skull? Well, since we also had to Google it, sugar skulls were originally made by artisans for the Mexican Day of the Dead celebration (1 & 2 November). Quite literally an edible skull made from sugar, the brighter, bolder and more colourful the skull the better.
So that the tradition has been picked up by makeup artists, creatives and Halloween enthusiasts alike? Not surprising. They look awesome. Just check out Judith's!
Loving what you see? You can check out more of Judith's work on her Facebook page and Instagram.
In the meantime, here's a few other Halloween make-up ideas for you, courtesy of the celebs...
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