Thursday, 31 October 2013

Happy Halloween!!

Hi Everyone!

First of all HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! I hope you have all had a great day. This post is going to be all about the Halloweeny type things I done today. 

Surprisingly, this is the first ever year that I've carved a pumpkin so I just had to include it in this post even though I carved it a couple of days ago. I must say, it was a lot harder than I expected so I kept it very simple. It turned out quite cute actually!
For my make-up today I decided to do my eyes a bit more dramatic than usual. I thought this look could be used for a witch costume or something.


Products
Nivea primer
Revlon colourstay foundation
Collection lasting perfection concealer
Revlon nearly naked powder
Rimmel stay matte powder
NYX blush - Spice
NARS bronzer - Laguna
MAC mineralized skinfinish - Soft & Gentle
MAC paint pot - Painterly
MAC eyeshadows - Mulch, All that Glitters, Sketch & Charcoal Brown (for brows)
Maybelline brow drama
Essence liquid ink eye liner
Maybelline master drama eye liner
Maybelline rocket mascara
MAC lipstick - Brave
                                                                                                                                          Barry M lipgloss - 2

This is a very easy look to create. It could be worn everyday but I thought it would be a good Halloween look with the dramatic winged liner. For my eye shadow, I put Mulch all over the lid and All that Glitters as an inner corner highlight. I then ran Sketch all the way along my lower lash line to give a pop of colour.

Another thing I wanted to have a go at this year was some Halloween themed nail art. Now, I am not good at nail art and it didn't turn out that great but oh well I tried! The nail polishes I used were OPI - Call me Gwen-ever, Barry M nail paint - Diamond Glitter, Essence quick dry topcoat and Essence nail art pen - Black.

Everyone knows that you can't have Halloween with out sweeties. To solve my lack of sweets problem I filled a cute little pumpkin bucket with lots of different sweets.
Now that the day is basically over, I'm going to jump into my giraffe onesie (Since I did't get a costume this year, I thought I'd just wear my onesie which means I have technically dressed up but I'm also very cosy and comfy at the same time), put on my favourite childhood Halloween dvd and eat some sweets. Sounds like a pretty perfect night to me!

Thank you so much for reading. Enjoy the rest of your Halloween whatever you're doing!

Freya x

2 comments:

  1. I love carving pumpkins you done a good job for your first time xxx

    SparklySJ
    http://sparklysj.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Aww thank you! Its a lot harder than it looks!!

      Freya xxx

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