Many of you have requested a look that isn’t too gory, and that was relatively easy to replicate - so here it is!
This look is in association with the skincare brand, Simple. One question I get asked a lot around this time of the year is;
‘How Do You Remove Your Halloween MakeUp?’
The answer is… Oil. And Simple have just launched their Hydrating Cleansing Oil, which is very exciting for me as I love to use Simple due to my sensitive skin needs. Oil breaks down ALL forms of makeup. This is something we learned in college when talking about the process of proper makeup removal.
Stay tuned to the end of the tutorial to see just how effective the cleansing oil is. Enjoy!
This detailed tutorial shows how to use LED Lights in DIY Fashion:
“By using a pre-programmed LED chip from Cool Neon that can be controlled by remote, I avoided the need for arduino coding, making this project quite a simple one. I also used a new kind of LED strip that just became available: fully addressable rgb side emitting led strip.”
If you haven’t already seen the editorial image for the new ‘Neo Noir’ collection from KIKO cosmetics then Google it now!!
It’s all about the eyes and subtle glowing skin, simply captivating! The PR company for KIKO contacted me and asked if would like to sample some of the new collection and naturally I said ‘YES’.
I just had to recreate the eyes from that image, and of course, I filmed it.
Bubble pop makeup! 👅💦 ig: spencerofspace This is such a fun look and I’m really into it. If you try out this look, tag me so I can see!
Products: all eye shadows are from my@bhcosmetics 1st edition pallet, black liquid liner from L.A color, white eye pencil from @nyxcosmetics , lipstick is Danimer matte lipgloss in shade 18, and my pink highlighter is from a local store called Archibald Sisters 💕
I like finding “new to me” crafting supplies like the “Waste Canvas”, used to make this DIY Cross Stitch Pixel Art Shirt. I can see it being used to create badges, small cross stitch pieces for jewelry etc…
Waste Canvas can be basted onto material, stitched through to the fabric, then removed from the fabric thread by thread.