This playful 'Powerpuff' girl makeup is exactly what you need this Halloween

PHOTO: Beauty Vlogger Madaline Pompeii creates "The Powerpuff Girls" Halloween makeup. PlayMadaline Pompeii
WATCH This playful 'Powerpuff' girl makeup is exactly what you need this Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner, and morphing into a "Powerpuff" girl is a great way to channel your inner superhero.

The nostalgic animated television series captured the hearts of many during the late '90s and early 2000s, and still brings back fun memories today.

Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup were the key characters of the show and, without a doubt, Buttercup proved to be the toughest of them all.

While attempting to bring back her edgy spirit during the spookiest season of the year, "Good Morning America" tapped beauty vlogger Madaline Pompeii to break down how you can use makeup to become a modern-day version of beloved Buttercup.

"When you are creating a Halloween look inspired after a character, try to add your own flair and spin on to it," Pompeii advises. "There is no such thing as messing up a Halloween look, transform every flaw into an awesome characteristic instead."

While we would love to say all you have to do is add a little "sugar, spice, and everything nice," they're actually quite a few more steps involved in becoming Buttercup.

Just ahead, Pompeii gives us all the best products, tips, and tricks for whipping up your own version of the look.

Key products:

- BH Cosmetics Take me Back to Brazil eyeshadow palette

- Pinky Rose Bright Lights Eye Shadow Palette

- Suva Beauty Hydra Liner in Space Panda

- Coloured Rain Liquid Lipstick in 2 AM

- L'Oreal Infallible Concealer

- BH Cosmetics Liquid Eyeliner

- Queen V Lashes - Ya Babosa

PHOTO: Beauty Vlogger Madaline Pompeii creates The Powerpuff Girls Halloween makeup. Madaline Pompeii
Beauty Vlogger Madaline Pompeii creates "The Powerpuff Girls" Halloween makeup.

How-to:

Step 1: Begin by prepping eyes with a primer or concealer.

Step 2: Blend 'Smash' shade from the Pinky Rose eyeshadow palette into creases.

Step 3: Cut the look of creases using a lighter concealer shade.

Step 4: Blend lime green eyeshadow onto eyelids.

Step 5: Use Suva Beauty Hydra Liner in Space Panda to trace, cut, crease and create a high winged look.

Step 6: Using liquid black eyeliner and Hydra Liner, draw a flask-like shape with a broken edge on the forehead. Fill the inner lining of the circle with white eyeshadow or eyeliner.

Step 7: Slightly fill in the bottom of the flask with black eyeliner and label it with an "X" for "Chemical X" (the mysterious mixture Powerpuff girls used in the show).

PHOTO: Beauty Vlogger Madaline Pompeii creates The Powerpuff Girls Halloween makeup. Madaline Pompeii
Beauty Vlogger Madaline Pompeii creates "The Powerpuff Girls" Halloween makeup.

Step 8: Use black eyeliner to draw squiggly lines spilling out from the broken edge of the flask, and fill in.

Step 9: Apply full voluminous eyelashes.

Step 10: Finish the look by applying black liquid lipstick and a touch of green eyeshadow in the middle of your lips.

For more makeup tips, follow Madaline on YouTube and Instagram @madalinepompeii.