So the third and final, and probably my – surprisingly enough – least favorite look is this very colorful unicorn tears one. Love the idea, hate the color combination. But that’s probably just because I’m half unicorn and my unicorn colors are pastels haha. Very excited about changing up the color scheme and use lot’s of pink, purple, white and blue when I wear it next.
Here’s the facechart and product list down below as in the previous posts.
Second Halloween look is this cracked and broken doll that I may or may not have went a little overboard with. I also added a little extra detail by painting on a broken piece where my heart is – got a little inspired by Tina Turner’s What’s Love Got To Do With This, cause who really needs a heart when a heart can be broken?
Like yesterday, you’ll find the official UD facechart and product list down below.
Hey guys, wow, it’s been a while since I posted. Very sad, no excuses.
This is the first of three official Halloween looks that we are doing at Urban Decay this year. We were sent three facecharts with product lists to work from, and I’ll be recreating them the next few days. I love this look, it’s super cute (even though I look more like a cat than a mouse haha)
Take a look at the facechart and product list down below if you’re wanting to recreate this look too, and if you do, remember to use the hashtag #UDHalloween so we can all see it. I’ll be back with another look tomorrow.
Here’s a fun, little DIY project that I wanted to share with you guys. I’ve always had a thing for The Flintstones and that whole cavewoman look
, especially if it’s in a more cartoon-ish and not so serious way. Kinda like Jeremy Scott’s SS10 collection
, which was just perfect. Anyway, something about brown beads and nylon string kinda offends me, so here’s a quick DIY on how to turn cheap halloween jewelry into actual, wearable accessories (if you’re into this sort of style, of course!)
Remove the nylon string from the face of earth and paint the brown beads black with your magic marker. They will need to dry for a bit, otherwise they can stain the plastic bones. And well, your fingers. I used a bobby pin to hold the beads so my hands wouldn’t get all black and magic marker-y.
Arrange the bones and the beads nicely – meaning turn the bones the right way, so the ”made in China” logo won’t show, since this was obviously too big a job for the manufacturer to handle themselves – and also take one long bone from one of the bracelets that comes with the jewelry set and put in on the chain.
And there you have it. Your very own, very fancy bone necklace. Perfect for.. Well, people who’s into kitchy things and may or may not be cavewoman/stoneage/Flintstones obsessed. I’m saving the rest of the extra bones for future DIY’s and also use the earrings that come with the set for everyday wear
– all I did to those was changing them from clip-on earrings to having a hook. So much more comfortable now that they don’t squeeze my poor ears.
Oh last night was so much fun, I went to a halloween party at my friend Fie’s place with a costume (more like just makeup) heavily inspired by Illamasqua and mermaids. I ended up actually just looking like a freak of the night, but nonetheless I spent the night with sweet people, loud music and the finest whiskey on earth. I woke up at 10PM so it must have been a good party.