Hey. Happy Halloween !
I’ve talked about why I like this holiday even though we don’t celebrate it in my country in my October hype article. I don’t want to repeat myself so for some explanation feel free to read my previous article.
I had big plans for this holiday, I planed to make so many make up looks during the whole of october not only on Halloween day and share it with you, but my health thought otherwise. I’ve got sick – nothing too serious just common cold but as a pharmacist I thought I could fight it on my own and cure myself with some OTC remedies but nah, after 2 weeks of coughing, headaches, runny nose and fever my colleagues send me to doctor and I was out of work for another week. So the moral of the story is – no matter who you are and how good you know how to beat cold, in long run is always better to visit doctor, otherwise your therapy will prolong pointlessly.
My costume this Halloween was sick zombie in bed with hot tea. But don’t worry I’m much better now and I’ll keep my Halloween ideas stored in for next year. Hope you’ll stay with me till then 😉
Even thought I managed to do just one (or two) Halloween make up looks I would like to show you my creations over the years. I never really wore this looks at any Halloween party – it was just for my own pleasure and photographs.
4 years ago – make up creations just getting started but I still managed to do some spooky monsters of me and my younger sister who willingly let me use her face as my canvas. It’s so lame but I like to look at it as it clearly shows my improvement over the years. Good enough for the start.
3 years ago – I really got into it and turned myself into characters from tv show american horror story. I turned myself into Twisty the clown and my sister into Tate Langdon skull scene. Here are the originals I was inspired by.
banggood for our blogger collaboration and I made great use of it. Here is my face with just the stickers and how much can bit of make up change:
My Marilyn Monroe make up look
Thank you for your attention