bite makeup

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1) Five things you’ll find in my bag:
painkillers, work badges, makeup, wallet, lip balms

2) Five things in my bedroom:
king sized bed, my himalayan rock salt lamp that we both make fun of but also kind of love, overflow makeup storage, hamper, all my charging cords

3) Five things I’ve wanted to do in life:
write a kid’s book, buy a house, go to disneyworld, become a foster parent, get more DOGS

4) Five things that make me happy:
daniel, 8 out of ten cats does countdown, youtube makeup tutorials, fanfic, my friends

5) Five things I’m currently into:
berena I GUESS, makeup, biting off more than i can chew professionally, picture books, harry potter

6)Five things on my to-do list:
laundry, clean the kitchen, pick up the dog, watch the dvds i have checked out of the library, finish writing prompts

7) Five things people may not know about me:
I’m an INTJ leo/virgo cusp ravenclaw, I don’t talk to my mother anymore, I’m an excellent employee except for I often write fanfic at work (but not at the expense of doing my duties), I do three storytimes a week for kids ages 0-3, i cannot ride a bicycle 

tagging: @roslin @magnass @janetfraiser @acrimania @belligerently


Sometimes your selfies just look better in black and white and there’s nothing you can do about it 🤷🏻‍♀️

DIY Yarn Veins by Marc Clancy on Instagram. *For one of the sickest FX makeup Instagram accounts, follow @powdah!

A photo posted by Marc Clancy on Instagram (@powdah) on Jan 1, 2015 at 9:54pm PST. From Mark Clancy (@powdah):

TIP: Here’s an easy way to make veins using red cotton or wool. This technique has been around for many years but I’ve never seen anyone use it directly on skin. Pull some red wool apart so you see the individual fibers. Stick them down to your skin with prosaide or latex. Use a needle to adjust the shape while the glue is still wet. I made a quick infected zombie bite using this technique but you could use it anywhere.