Friday, 14 October 2016

Off With her Head! Alice Halloween Look

This look is explicitly costume-y and for halloween. 

Dress: Souffle Song
Headbow: Heart E
Apron: Heart E
Shoes: Metamorphose

I had the idea for this rolling around in my head since spring, but it didnt really come together until I added the laceration makeup around the neck.

Eye makeup is the TCb Alice Pallette, buy it HERE (affliate link! If you buy, I get paid) 

I used the TCB RedRidingHood Pallette previously in this video HERE

Monday, 10 October 2016

Dangerous Halloween Candy Artwork

This week's art video is colouring the line art I did last week. 

The concept behind this drawing was "Dangerous Halloween Candy", like the popular urban legends involving kids being given dangerous items along with their sweets. 
I did the sketch for this last halloween, and waited a whole year to clean it up... 
In that time I did some reading and found out that the urban legends are based on a true story...
(Do not click if you don't want to know... it's not a nice story)

This drawing is now my Halloween background image for the blog.

Feel free to use any of these as a wallpaper yourself if you like! If you do, I'd appreciate a link back here, or to my facebook Art Page.

Happy Halloween Month!

Sunday, 9 October 2016

Vintage Doctor Makeup and Outfit

Here is the makeup and outfit I wore to the "Style Tribes" book launch last week!

Coat: Alice And the Pirates
Bag: Alice and the Pirates
Skirt: Violet Fane
Blouse and Detachable Collar: Metamorphose
Shoes: TopShop
Spats: Etsy
Glasses: Ebay (chain added by hand)

I wanted a more vintage doctor theme to this outfit, than the usual creepy-cute vibe of Guro lolita.

Friday, 7 October 2016

Style tribes Book Launch Vlog

Several months ago, Louise invited me to a book launch. And last week, it was finally happening!
We went to Edinburgh to listen to the author speak about her book, and drink free wine...

The book is "Style Tribes" by Carolyn Young.

Sunday, 2 October 2016

Creepy-Cute Guro Lolita Makeup and Outfit

The makeup and outfit I wore to MCM

The eye makeup was essentially a re-do of the makeup I attempted for International Lolita Day 2015.
The dress is from Bunny and Black, it's been in my wardrobe for two years now but unworn because it was too big and it took me this long to get it altered... oops.

Overall I am happy with how this turned out though.