Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Poll: Which makeup should I use?

The weather has been nice, albeit erratic... However, if the cherry blossoms in my neighborhood should happen to FINALLY OPEN, since the opened everywhere else in a less than a 10 mile radius, I would like to try some photography...

I'll probably post JUST the Sakura stuff on my Photography blog... but, I've been wanting to do a Cosplay one in Spring for a while... but, weather or illness stopped me from doing that.

Anyways, if you would like to vote on which makeup I should use, I opened a Poll up!

Find the Poll HERE

I generally use 2 kinds of eye makeup styles (stage makeup or clubbing makeup) for my Pirate wench character.

Dark Dramatic Extreme Smokey Cat Eyes:
1 is the dark dramatic smoke eyes, usually the cat eye kind, and often very extreme.

Eurodance Raver Light Eyelids:
The other is the light eyelid style, which can also be a cateye, and can get extreme. It's very ballet stage makeup-ish & late 1990s Eurodance ravers/night cludding look, with either white or metalics...


Urban Decay NAKED3 Palette

Too Faced Naked Eye Palette

AVEDA "Give Twinkling Eyes" Palette

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Silvery Treasure

I got quite a lot of silver beads, and stuff for Christmas.

If you would like to see my finished beaded necklace work, I have it blogged HERE.

I couldn't wear them all winter because the temperature was too cold, and could cause them to easily break.

Thursday, April 10, 2014


The weather has been actually pretty good. If it stays on the pleasant warming trend, I'd like to try some sakura photos this year.

I wanted to last year, but I had surgery and couldn't.

So far, I still don't know whether I can make it to the Philadelphia Cherry Blossom Festival.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Photo Stuffs I Never Used Summer 2013 001

Some stuff I just never used. Most of it stinks. 

Summer 2013, Weymouth Mass. at Whitman's Pond
New England
Boho Chic motif

Make: Urban Decay's NAKED2 Palette & Too Faced Natural Eyes palette

Boho DYI Pirate hat

Overture of 1812 by Tchaikovsky WITH CANNONS!