And I don't give a shit about it.
Well you see, back in Israel we don't celebrate Halloween [ehm jewish country] and we have a jewish equivalent for a "costume holiday" that is Halloween, which is celebrated in spring and was probably the only jewish holiday that I loved. So seeing people carving pumpkins and wearing dark costumes doesn't make my heart beat faster. I've never celebrated Halloween nor decorated my house especially, because I think I just don't get the point. I wore gothy outfits on our "jewish Halloween" so many times I began wearing them each day, and that was satisfying :)
So with holiday spirit being ruined I shall share here the "oh so creative" makeup I did last weekend including the somewhat [long not seen] sexy outfit.
I saw this picture on Tumblr a few days before and it made me miss the ornaments and shapes I used to do with eyeliner back in my babybat days. So I figures a new experiment will be fun.
|I know I didn't draw the egyptian eye as well as this girl in the picture, but I was really happy how it turned out!|
Here is the makeup in color:
|I swear my hair is not as orange anymore, however the camera always seem to ass color to it.|
Makeup: Catrice Photo Finish Makeup [it's amazing!!] -cruelty free-
Concealer: Jade [Israeli brand] -cruelty free-
Powder + Mascara: Manhattan
Eyebrows + Eyeliner: Catrice Gel Liner
Egyptian eye: Manhattan liquid eyeliner pen -cruelty free-
Eyeshadow: from a Careline palette of mine [Israeli brand] -cruelty free-
Lips: chapstick + black lipstick, random brand.
You know what the craziest part was? I didn't use purple eyeshadow. I used LIGHT BROWN! It must have so much purple undertones in it it looks purple on pictures. Surreal. Eyeshadow is beautiful in natural light though, very beige-brown-ish.
I've also tried to crimp my hair with a second hand hair crimper I've purchased last month and finally got the time to use it! Well, the hair crimping kind of failed, because I didn't have enough patience to do it in layers, and the waves disappeared after 2 minutes. I should have looked up a tutorial, silly me..
It has been some time since I got the package from my mother, sending me a ton of clothes and my beloved autumn mantle to keep me warm. I kindly asked her to look for a pair of knee highs and a garter belt, which she did and I thank her so much for making this look come true:
everything you see here is either DIY or second hand. Sorry to lazy for descriptions.
I've used to dress like this more often back in Israel, when I used to think goth was about being undressed. I've waited to re-ware this outfit for so long now!!!
With that being done I wish you all a crazy and morbid Halloween, drink like pigs and get laid. I will get back to my essay about theories and hypotheses in the social sciences [kind of contradicts the outfit, doesn't it?].