Marie Antoinette wasn’t the best queen, and Marie Antoinette (2006) wasn’t the best movie, but it’s hard to deny that all that hair and makeup was real snazzy. More
Topic: makeup inspired by
Yesterday, I flew to California, so I’m presently listening to birds squawking outside right now and it’s awesome; typically, I don’t even hear pigeons from outside my apartment in the early morning–just traffic and drunk people coming home from Dinner On Ludlow.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we all saw and heard these gorgeous creatures all the time? (The birds, not the drunk people.) So, to pay homage to their natural beauty and bold plumage, I thought I would do a Makeup Inspired By post on them. More
Somewhere inside you, a ninth grader is crying to “Come What May.” More
What is more symbolic for Valentine’s Day than a heart-shaped box of delightful chocolates? I’m always down with simple, rich flavors, like dark chocolate with chili–thus, the inspiration for this look! More
I’m just in it for the nachos, beer, and orange lipstick. Go Broncos! More
Yesterday, I met three very polite and pleasant football players who made delicious milkshakes. Today, I am attempting to do some makeup inspired by Super Bowl finalists the Seattle Seahawks. I would insert a pun about football here, but it would only involve balls, so let’s just get to the makeup, shall we? More
This was originally supposed to be Makeup Inspired By: Frosty The Snowman, but upon realizing I looked like the evil snowman in Jack Frost, I decided to switch gears and do a look inspired by the legend of Jack Frost.
I would never head out and about on the town with this look unless I was attending a holiday costume party (note to friends: please start hosting these ASAP), regardless, I might as well have blue eyebrows every once-in-a-while. More
If you’re going to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire this weekend, you might as well have a fun look to go with it. I don’t even really like the series, but I’m so obsessed with the makeup, I just had to do a tutorial on it. More
Excited for The CW’s new show Reign? It’s about Mary, Queen of Scots, and we are super excited to see it. So, in celebration of this show, I have put together my usual “Makeup Inspired By” tutorial with a sixteenth century twist. … More
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Guys, I think I’m going to do one of those elegant, glamorous, “this was an excuse to wear fake fur and jewels” costumes this Halloween. I’m gonna be a walking cliche, also known as A 23-Year-Old Gal Wearing A Pseudo-Old Hollywood Costume. More
You saw this coming, didn’t you? If only I could turn back time… More
Much has been said about Lindsay Lohan in Bret Easton Ellis’ The Canyons. Despite a lot of hype, some obnoxious interviews and a pretty fantastic trailer, the film itself has received primarily awful reviews — even from the actors themselves. However, I plan on seeing it because, despite all her idiocy, irresponsibility and the tragedy that was Liz & Dick, I still want to like LiLo in films again.
Personally, I love her look in The Canyons. It’s got that dark, apathetic Los Angeles air to it that’s pervasive throughout all of Ellis’ books. So, here’s my attempt at recreating that look. More
Love longships, horned hats and all things beard- or braid-related? Or do you just happen to love Norse history? Either way, this Viking makeup tutorial is for you! More
When I was a kid, I used to love beetles and snails and all things colorful that crawled. Nowadays, I’m one of those people who becomes hilariously frantic when arthropods are anywhere near me, but I still love snails.
This week, I wanted to pay tribute to our lovely little friends who leave pretty trails behind with their slime. This was kind of a weird tutorial to do since it uses so many different shades, but I wanted to play up the blended, multi-hued nature of these guys, as well as the aforementioned slime trails.
Perhaps not Gail the Snail so much, though… More