The Hunger Games Movie Makeup Inspired Series: AVOX

I will admit that I do have a vivid imagination… however, when I saw the Avox girl in Hunger Games movies I was very upset.  After reading so much about the Capitol style (what actual runways are calling “Capitol Couture”- how fantastic is that?!), and imagining what all of these people look like… The movie seriously warped what I had envisioned as an Avox.  With people in the capitol dying their skin shades of blue, transforming their bodies into a felines so much so that they will have a TAIL– I figured their “help” (a.k.a. slaves) would be dressed up as well.  Needless to say— when I pictured an Avox girl… this is what my mind saw!!

Products Used By London:

-MAC Studio Fix C4

-NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil “MILK”

-NYX Eyebrow Cake Powder “BLONDE”

-Color Tattoo 24hr Cream Gel Eyeshadow “WHITE”

-NYX Eyeshadow “AFRICA”

-BH Cosmetics 120 Palette #01


-MAYBELLINE Liquid Liner

-MAYBELLINE Falsies Volume Express Mascara

This is part five of the Hunger Games Series. Up next…. Cinna!

6 thoughts on “The Hunger Games Movie Makeup Inspired Series: AVOX

  1. Love it – I think the red touch on the lips connects well with the story… But I don’t think an Avox would have such a lovely engagement ring on 😉

    Hope you are well!!! Elloise

  2. Oh so u thought the Avox would look like a freaking clown! OK. I see. How conceited of u to think u could do it better than the professionals! Just remember they are true professionals..not u!! And honestly, their Avox was better, u went way way overboard. I can understand being disappointed about the Capitol people but think about it, if this girl was so extraordinary, Katniss would’ve described her as so. Just remember she describes everyone else from the Capitol she comes in contact with if they are so outrageous, so please bring that ego down to earth a bit and stop being soooooo self righteous….OK thanks

    • Amanda, are you serious? why dont you just take your little 14 year old self and try not to be obnoxious. Why would she do what the “professionals” did?? isn’t that just copying somebody else work? This is called creative license. Once you figure out how to tastefully criticize somebody then come back, but until then, try not to portray yourself as a complete psychopath. “OK thanks”

    • Hi Amanda,
      It bums me out when people are so mean to one another. It seems like the heart of your comment is a helpful critique, but the part about the author being self-rightous seems like an unfounded accusation. She even admits that her imagination ran wild and that this is not necessarily a look described in the book. The beauty of a novel is that the author’s exact imagination isn’t impressed upon your own the same way it is in a movie. For example, in my imagination, Luna’s look from Harry Potter (right down to the famous radish earrings) was COMPLETELY different than the way it was portrayed in the movie.
      This look reminds me of the Queen of Hearts from Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. That Avant-garde look is loved by some and hated by others, but its art regardless. I believe everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but its so easy to be an accidental bully online. Before you type ask yourself if you would say it to the authors face. If not, maybe keep it to yourself?

  3. Amanda,
    Your comments regarding this look instead of being a criticism of a look you do not appreciate seem to be a directed attack of London personally. Was it important to you to in your disagreement of London’s self described interpretation of the Avox look to call her conceited and self righteous?
    I personally like London’s idea of how the Avow would look.

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