Thursday, October 30, 2014

Halloween Makeup Tutorial: Cruella de Vil Costume

Watch the Tutorial:

Products Used:
Red Cherry Lashes in #117

Beyond the Zone Color Balm in Straight Laced White
Streaks N' Tips in Midnight Black

I am so excited to wear this costume tomorrow night! One thing I may change is how much of the black spray I put on my hair. This product is extrememly messy and doesn't really set, so it was constantly getting on my hands, face and on the robe.  The white spray set pretty well and felt just like hairspray. 

The NYX palette was perfect for this look and I can't wait to create more with it! 

Have you all decided what you are going to be for Halloween?!

p.s. in no way by me being Cruella for Halloween am I condoning being cruel to adorable puppy dogs!

photos by Margaret Thombs

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

New Wardrobe Cravings

Some new wardrobe cravings...

Image 1 of TFNC Bardot Dress In Sequins
Image 1 of Forever Unique Midi Dress in Sequin

Image 1 of Lashes of London Freya Sequin Midi Dress

Image 1 of ASOS Cropped Shirt with Sequin Collar in Check Print

Shopbop- Rebecca Minkoff

Sephora- Kat von D

Sephora- Fresh
Sephora- Kat von D

Can you tell I have a current obsession with sequins?

What pieces are you craving at the moment?

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Halloween Makeup Tutorial: Deer Costume

Check out the Video for step by step directions! 

Products Used:

NARS Smudgeproof Eyeshadow base
Ulta Cream Eyeshadow in Platinum
Maybelline New York Eye Studio in Blackest Black
Lancome Eyeliner Brush
#102 Black Cherry Lashes and a set of natural lashes
Rimmel Natural Bronzer in 027 Sun Dance
Revlon Lipsticks in Honey Bare 849 and Champagne on Ice 205

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial!! If you want to be a doe, leave the antlers out since bucks have the antlers. Either way the costume looks awesome! Thanks Annie for the great suggestion and I hope you like the goodies for creating this look for yourself!

Happy Halloween and stay tuned for the second video: Cruella de Vil !!! 

Photos by Margaret Thombs