Their spooky 'HallowTeen' makeovers are raising awareness of the issues teenagers currently face regarding body image
Brighton5 is a teen-led video production company that is giving teenagers the tools to combat the issues they face.
As part of the Brighton5 project, the teenagers create video content to empower themselves and educate others.
In the 'HallowTeen' videos, the teens make each other over with spooky themed make-up to challenge body image anxiety.
They are turning the traditional 'make up tutorial' on its head by using make-up creatively and shrugging off the pressure to look like supermodels.
Brighton5 - giving teenagers a voice
This is much needed as research shows that almost two-thirds of girls in the UK have low self-esteem about their bodies.
Chloe, one of the girls taking part said:
"Halloween is a chance to dress up how you want and be who you want be, and not be judged. You can totally experiment with different looks and have fun.
"Brighton5 has helped me a lot so far, it's got me to open up about things I have never talked about so it's a really good thing.
"I can't wait to start creating films for schools to help teens with mental health issues because the younger kids really need this."
r was launched to raise awareness of World Mental Health day and is raising funds to create a series of videos
that get teens together to tackle mental health issues.
The project is looking for the financial support of local parents who are concerned about their own teenagers.