Happy Halloween! Did you have a good one?
I’m afraid I completely avoided the glow in the dark fangs and plastic pumpkin buckets this year, as I was, for once in my life, not babysitting – readers, I was ditched by a 9 year old. She had other plans.
That said, who needs a snotty, nit-infested brat to have fun on ghoul night anyway? (bitter? moi?).
Here is the look I did on Halloween which did not quite turn out as cattish as I wanted, but hey, the cat liked it:
I’m on the right.
See more pics after the jump!Here is what I used. I was going for a pinky base with a bit of white and pink sparkle.
Urban Decay Brightening Primer
Jelly Pong Pong Complexion Enhancer in Pink
RMK 103 Liquid Foundation
Skinfood Rice Concealer
Lavshuca Loose Powder
New ID Cosmetics All Over Shimmer Powder in Ice Pop
Rouge Bunny Rouge Highlighter in Sweet to Touch
Stila Contouring Palette
Shu Uemura White Pencil (dual ended)
Bobbi Brown Gel Liner in Black
Trish McEvoy Finish Line
MAC Pigment in Helium
MAC Pigment in Reflects Gold
Barry M Extreme Waterproof Mascara
Shiseido Eyelash Curlers
*About the s – I ordered some from a company from Four Eyez a week ago but they haven’t arrived due to the UK postal strike, so I went out to buy some super dodgy looking ones from a strange shop that had UV paint on the walls and bars that go through nipples.
I chickened out of wearing them because I have never worn s before, ever, and I have quite a few eye problems as it is (as the eye Dr said “I think you should stop wearing make up“).
So the cat eyes have been added with Photoshop, but I haven’t done any other editing on my face or make up so you have a fairly accurate interpretation of the colours/finishes.
Barry M Lipstick in 147
What I learned from Halloween this year:
1. Children ditch you once they reach the age of 9 and they no longer need you to buy them wobbly plastic witches fingers
2. Cats don’t like fireworks
3. It is possible to get to Halloween and not see a single pumpkin
4. Cats don’t like to be in photographs
5. Contact lenses are scary, but not as scary as the places you have to buy them from
Hopefully you enjoyed the look anyway – what did you do for Halloween? What make up did you do? Did you get ditched by a child?