Julia Fox is drop-dead gorgeous in dramatic ‘corpse paint’ makeup while walking a dog

Julia Fox is channeling her inner goth rock star.

The “Uncut Gems” star, 34, stepped out in New York City on Wednesday to walk a dog in a very unconventional outfit — even for her standards.

Fox sported an edgy black blazer over a white shirt, a pleated skirt with silver chains and zippers and massive sky-high platform heels.

But it was her “corpse paint” makeup the really made heads turn as she walked with a large St. Bernard dog wearing its own spiked collar.

The “Uncut Gems” actress’s look this morning is not the first time she’s stunned in an edgy dark makeup look. juliafox/Instagram
Fox’s fashion is known for dropping jaws and making headlines. GC Images
Her foxy eyeshadow has evolved over recent years. FilmMagic

The actress wore her long, platinum blond hair straight down her back, with two jet black streaks extending from her eyeshadow over her hair and to the back of her head.

The look was created entirely with e.l.f Cosmetic’s Liquid Death collaboration, with makeup artist Colby Smith channeling KISS 80s glam rock using the affordable brand’s “Corpse Paint” collection.

Smith used the Eye Die eyeshadow ($5) in a pale white shade called Wispy Cloud all over her face before using the black lipstick ($9) around her eyes and finishing her look with a barbed wire design drawn around her lips with black liquid eyeliner ($7).

The actress has previously rocked a slightly more subtle white foundation with black lipstick in Cannes last year. Getty Images
She often plays with her signature “Fox Eye” makeup look. Getty Images for Converse
Most recently, she showed off her platinum blond hair and a striking winged liner. Getty Images

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“This is my interpretation of The Final Boss of the * weird Barbies * 💅🏻,” the mom of one captioned a close-up look of her makeup on Instagram.

Fans were obsessed with the look, with former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Rinna commenting, “Wowza” and singer SZA calling her, “Hotttt.”

The actress is no stranger to pushing fashion boundaries. She even risked a wardrobe malfunction in her 2024 Oscar look, which featured a beaded fringe skirt with metal pasties, and a similar yet less dramatic black eye look, which she’s coined the “Fox Eye.”

We can’t wait to see how she can turn up the intensity on the dark and mysterious look.