Halloween Creepy Doll Makeup Tutorial

While last year I dressed up as dark Alice in Wonderland, this Halloween I try to be a little different. Usually I want to look dolly wherever I go, Halloween or not. I always see others with creepy painted face on Halloween, which I adore but I know I will never be able to do it on my own. I mean, sure it's scaring people but I don't want to look that different cause the most important thing (for me) is the costume and overall look. I don't really like covering my face with paints that I wouldn't recognize myself. While it's really cool, but it's just not me. But again I wanna do a little different kind of dolly this year. So I thought I should "ruin" my face a little while still keeping the dolly look. 

As I've never done this kinda of face ruining before, I admit I was scared it would turn out bad and not sure if it can be considered creepy. I hope it is! But I really like the results as I can still tell it's me but with a different look. Maybe it's just me though lol. But yeah I include a makeup tutorial video after the jump. 

Vassen Rainbow Eyes Purplish Red Circle Lens Review

Purple is one of my most favorite colors. I only had one pair of violet circle lens before. It was pretty but the diameter was a bit too small for me, and I converted to bigger diameter circle lenses instead. As much as I like to look not natural aka different, I have to admit that it's more convenient to wear circle lens with natural look so people won't stare that much and think I'm weird, especially at work. However, it is important for me to still keep the "different" part so that I don't look the same as other people. And that's how this circle lens has become my daily circle lens somehow. 

As you may have known, Vassen is so far my top brand when it comes to circle lens. I always recommend anyone I know to get them as it's the most comfortable (at least for me) with prettiest colors and designs. And today I will recommend another great Vassen circle lens to you. It's not opaque purple, but as the name suggests, it's purplish red. The red doesn't really visible but the gradation still looks really nice and pretty. 

Keep reading to see more of this circle lens. 

YSL Rouge Volupte #15 Lipstick Review

I'm sure most people own at least one YSL lipstick nowadays. And I'm sure everyone knows what they are and its swatches already. But I still feel the need to share one of my HG lipsticks ever. I remember last year I was so obsessed with coral lips and I tried to find some coral lipsticks, which to be honest mostly disappointed me. Probably cause I have pigmented lips so most coral lipstick didn't look coral on me, either too orange or too sheer. So I completely gave up coral and kinda jumped ship to purple lips. But around last Christmas I managed to purchase this little beauty YSL Rouge Volupte Lipstick no 15. I only got to try it recently though and the moment I swatched it on the back of my hand, I'm in love!

Now let's see more of this lippie.