Sunday, 30 October 2016

Halloween Zombie Barbie

Halloween, who doesn't love it.
Its a good excuse to decorate the house and get some extra sweet treats in before Christmas, carving pumpkins and having the faces light up your house with the candles glowing inside! :)
OK so it probably is more of a time for children but doesn't mean to say us big kids cant enjoy it too.
I don't normally go out on Halloween but this year I was going into town with my friend so we decided to get dressed up too.
After spending hours on you tube watching tutorials and looking for a makeup look that I wanted to try and re create I decided I was going to go as Zombie Barbie.
I went to Ann Summers and found a fancy dress that would work and got some blood and face paints.
The tutorial that I based my look on was by Nataliebeautyyy - click here for the tutorial.

Sunday, 9 October 2016

More New Make Up!

In my last post I did a quick review on the Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette.  Whilst in Debenhams purchasing that I pick up a couple of other products.  You know what its like, you go in looking for one thing, enquire about something else and before you know it you have tried out soooo many products and walked away with a few more than what you originally went in for!
You can never have toooo much make up....Right?!?

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette Review

I have been loving my urban decay naked palettes but I wanted a new one for fall with some different shades so I went to get a Too Faced eye shadow palette.  I came away with the Chocolate Bon Bons Palette.  It has 16 lovely shades with a range of matte and shimmer shades.  Perfect browns/red and pinks for autumn.  The colours are sooo pigmented to, and after trailing them over a week they do last all day!

Friday, 7 October 2016

Speaking in front of 100 people for charity.

Part of my job is organising events, whether they are corporate, for charity, or just for fun.  Earlier this year I decided to organise a Charity Black Tie Dinner to raise money for Together for Short Lives.  They work with children hospices around the UK.  As a company we are sponsoring them for the next 2 years.

So I booked the venue, invited the people, chose the theme and booked the entertainment.  I thought it would be fun and easy but it was a lot more hard work than that.

The theme I went for was James Bond, lots of films to choose from and hours scrolling through pintrest gave me plenty of ideas to  make the centre pieces.