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.
Around two months ago I decided that I needed a little hair change – as I always do – dyed my hair orange and chopped off my long bangs. It’s been fun, but as usual I’m about to go back to my lovely pastels. There’s just one more 80’s work look involving crimped hair and Whitney Houston makeup that must happen next week before getting back to basics. So, I thought I would share my orange hair tips before saying goodbye.
Orange is fun. Constant redying, is not. I started out with Direction’s Apricot which looked cool, but lasted approximately one hair wash. Do not recommend. Next I mixed Direction’s Mandarin with a tiny blop of Bright Daffodil. Cool color, better longevity, pretty bad fading. Boo. However, the orange that has worked best for me has been Napalm Orange from Special Effects. The color starts out a dark, neon red-ish orange that almost hurts to look at (picture six) and fades into a nice, intense yellow based orange (picture five) that after five hair washes still doesn’t need any touching up. Very pleased with Special Effects as always and will keep using their hair dyes for my next adventure. Talking about that, please say a little prayer to the hair gods for me so my hair will go blonde without any nasty stains when I bleach it next week..
Oh boy, it’s been a while hasn’t it? Woops! I guess there would be plenty of excuses, but I’m not going to use any of those. I’m in love, I’m a live, the sun has been shining and work is great. This year’s Roskilde Festival was my favorite one so far – I feel like I finally learned how to design the festival so that I get the most fun out of it. Already very excited about next year. I’m currently drinking a cider, enjoying my first day off in 12 days, looking at places to travel with my bestie next month and waiting someone very special to arrive so we can cuddle and watch Ted (I totally thought it was a movie for kids?!) before going to see the sequel in the movies tomorrow night.
Hope you guys have been doing great too? I’ll be back soon ?