A make-up artist regularly answers the door as weird and terrifying characters to scare delivery drivers.
Rachael Whiting also picks up her children up from school and does the weekly shop as Freddy Krueger and other unusual personalities including Dobby to promote her company.
The 32-year-old from Crowborough started r.m.mua five years ago and has worked with stars such as Ashley Banjo from Diversity and Rag’n’Bone Man.
Rachel in her Freddy Krueger make-up (Image: SWNS)
“I started this when I got into make-up a few years ago – you name it I do it,” said the mum of two.
“I go to the supermarket in make-up, I’d scare DPD drivers when I answer the door in make-up – and I pick up my kids from their school every day in make-up.
“I went to Tesco’s as Dobby once, I had full prosthetics on. People genuinely didn’t know what to do.”
Racheal started off doing make-up as a hobby before starting her own business, which has grown to become a success.
She recently did Halloween make-up for Banjo, 34, and has worked with Rag’n’Bone Man, 37.
Rachel lives with her husband and two children, aged nine and eight.
Rachael has been doing make-up for a few years (Image: SWNS)
“My children just love it. They love it, I love it…I absolutely just love my job,” she said.
“Some people think it’s hilarious, they want a selfie.
“Some are just really weirded out.
“Many don’t know how to react.
“I have video on my Facebook which went nuts. I filmed myself in the local Morrisons made-up as Freddie Kruger.
“For a laugh went up to a member of staff and asked him where the milk was. He turned around and literally jumped out of his skin.”