A makeup artist regularly opens the door as strange and scary characters to scare delivery drivers.
Rachael Whiting also picks up her kids from school and does the weekly shopping as Freddy Krueger and other oddities, including Dobby, to promote her business.
The 32-year-old from Crowborough started rmmua five years ago and has worked with the likes of Diversity’s Ashley Banjo and Rag’n’Bone Man.
“I started doing this when I started makeup a few years ago — you name it I do it,” said the mother-of-two.
“I go to the supermarket with make-up on, I scare DPD drivers when I answer the door with make-up on – and I pick my children up from school with make-up on every day.
“I once went to Tesco as a Dobby, I wore a full denture. People really didn’t know what to do.”
Racheal started makeup as a hobby before starting her own business which has grown into a success.
She recently did Halloween makeup for Banjo, 34, and has collaborated with Rag’n’Bone Man, 37.
Rachel lives with her husband and two children, ages nine and eight.
“My kids just love it. They love it, I love it…I absolutely love my job,” she said.
“Some people find it hilarious, they want a selfie.
“Some are just crazy.
“A lot of people don’t know how to react.
“I have a video on my Facebook that has gone crazy. I filmed myself at the local Morrisons with makeup on as Freddie Kruger.
“Laughing, I approached an employee and asked him where the milk was. He rolled over and literally jumped out of his skin.”
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