I’m always looking for fun and easy ways to spruce up your everyday makeup. Since I love Halloween, and I’m all about fun ways to do your makeup for work without getting too crazy, I came up with this simple little look: blood jewels.
This look is really pretty basic, while adding a little bit of spunk to your everyday makeup. To create this look, I just used:
Red and black eye shadow (MAC Post Haste and Black Tied).
This year for Halloween, I suggest you transform your face into a pumpkin face using some quick makeup techniques. What a fun way to decorate yourself this year!
Want Pumpkin Face Makeup?
This Halloween makeup was extremely easy. All I needed was some black and orange face paint from the Halloween store. I painted my entire face orange, and then used a Q-tip to paint the black on my face.
Obviously, the main objective is to make yourself look like a jack-o-lantern. You can add teeth or other shapes to your outline, but I just “carved out” the typical eyes, nose and mouth with black paint. The whole thing took about 5 minutes to complete.
What do you think about the pumpkin face makeup? Would you ever be willing to try it out? I’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section below.
Today I want to present to you: “Peek-a-boo” hair skeletons.
Peek-A-Boo Hair Skeletons
This is just a fun Halloween look that you can wear to any party or maybe even to work. It’s super easy to do and will add a little Halloween flair to any hairstyle.
To pull this look off, just pick up some little some dangling skeletons (kinda like these ones) from the interwebs or any Halloween store. The ones I used in the picture were pretty big, so I’d suggest going a little smaller.
Just tie them up under your hair to give it the cute “peek-a-boo” look and make sure that you cover the part that ties into your hair with more hair falling on top of it. If you have big skeletons like I did, you could use some bobby pins to hold the skeleton in place. Voila! It’s as simple as that.
What do you think of peek-a-boo hair skeletons? Would you ever try this look? I’d love to read your feedback in the comments section below!
Today I want to teach you a cool trick to make some DIY vampire bites using some Elmer’s glue and fake blood.
This is a cool trick I learned how to do when I was in elementary school. I would always rub Elmer’s glue on my arm, wait for it to dry, peel up the sides a bit and color the inside with a red marker. (more…)