I’m back with another video! So soon again? Yes! Today I’m giving my room a makeover, since I’ll be stuck in this room for the next few weeks and I want to give it some fun vibes. I also have some great news regarding my upload/post schedule… Have fun watching!
I want to thank you for watching and I’ll see you next time!
In the thirteen days leading up to Halloween, I participated in a challenge on Instagram by @colormemagic. Everyday there was a theme and you could do whatever you wanted with it. I really like challenging myself creatively, so this was the perfect opportunity for me to step outside the box. Today I’ll show you all the results from the challenge in one post, while I tell you a bit about my thought processes for the themes. Let’s get into it!
Maybe you’ve been invited to a Halloween party last minute and you don’t have time to find a costume, or you just want to go to school or work all glammed up and in theme for Halloween. Whatever your situation is, sometimes a simple makeup look is all you need. So today I’m sharing some tips and ideas for easy Halloween makeup.
This is the second year my boyfriend and I have thrown a Halloween party for our birthdays. Last year I completely forgot to take pictures and such, so this year I decided to really think about that and put the entire process into a blogpost. Because we do put a lot of effort into our parties, and we may be able to provide some tips for people who want to know how to throw a cool Halloween party. So let’s get into it!
This year was the second year that my boyfriend and I had a Halloween birthday party. Last year was such a success that we just had to do it again. So for this year, I had to think of a new costume idea. And of course, I had way too many ideas. So I decided to be as extra as I could be and come up with two costumes for the night. Want to know how I did that and what they looked like? Keep on reading!
And I’m back with another makeup tutorial. Today we’re doing a bit more cosplay-style, inspired by one of my favourite animated movies: Coraline. It’s a really trippy movie, but it’s just amazing. Today I’m doing my own take on the main character Coraline. Let’s get into it!
Since a new Joker just debuted on the big screen, and it’s almost Halloween time, I just needed to recreate this new Joker look. Unfortunately, I’ve seen a lot of people do this new look already. So, I wanted to do something a little different and give my own twist to it. So, watch me transform in a very bling-bling Joker in this post and follow along with my tutorial. Let’s go!
Today I have for you another Halloween themed post. But this time it’s not just a post, but it’s an entire video! Watch the video below if you want to see me try a very cheap Halloween SFX kit, and fail miserably at it.
Thank you for watching, and I’ll see you next time!
The Grafix Special FX Move Star Kit is available at Action for €3,99.
I had never seen the original The Dark Crystal movie before, but I had heard that it was amazing. So when I saw that there was now a prequel series on Netflix, I decided it was finally time to watch the movie and the series. And I fell in love. The original movie is lovely, and the series is a great prequel to it. It answers all the questions you might have had in the movie. One of my favourite characters is definitely mother Aughra. And after binging the entire show, I felt really inspired to do a look inspired by her. So I did that. Let’s get into it!
As soon as Action had their shelves filled with Halloween stuff, I got everything that looked remotely interesting to me. I got a lot of stuff for my upcoming Halloween party, but also just stuff that I wanted to try or be creative with. One of those things was a cute nail-art kit. It’s available in different patterns and colours, but I decided to go with the Haunted Skull version. I have tested it thoroughly, and today I’m going to tell you all about this cute, little set. So let’s get into it!