The yellow hair is quite striking. It is the most noticeable; however, it is also evident that this woman's face, neck and shoulders are covered with small red dots. Old comic books were often pixel-ized like this. The dots themselves are called "Ben-Day" dots and, in comic books, were created using the overlay of process colors in order to create shading. The dots are notorious for being the same size and of an equal distribution. They give the image somewhat of an industrial look. Therefore, I was surprised when I found the images below.
If you most know, many of the women in the images Lichtenstein created are crying. What I love are the bold black lines that create the outline of the face and lips. What makes the makeup, however, are the dots. I'm actually thinking of doing this for Halloween come fall. It would take some time, but the end result would be worth it.
Inspired by the Ben-Day dots, I found many more examples of things that reminded me of them.
... and back to Lichtenstein's work ...