A long time ago I did a swap with 2 lovely ladies and they also put in some Spectraflair. I had to look it up because I’m not really into nail stuff other than pretty nailpolishes. But as it turns out, this awesome powder turns nailpolish into holographic nailpolish. And I do love me some holo polishes!
I wanted to try it with a black nailpolish. I have some polishes that claim to be a black holo but in reality they always turn out to be a grey, or at best dark grey, holographic polish instead of black.
This look looks pretty easy and in fact I started over 2 times to get it right. I had something completely different in mind when I begun… again.
I wanted to use my new glitterliner from MakeUp Store called Kayo and I thought it would look nice with Sugarpill Stella because that pigment is black with awesome glitters.
I get confronted with Halloween pictures on my Facebook daily around this time of year. Here in Holland people don’t really celebrate Halloween the way it’s done in the US. Some give parties but it’s not a real big holiday for us or anything and most people I know just skip it.
Anyway, I got inspired by a combination of Halloween pictures (you know, bats, pumpkins, skulls and all that) and my new MakeUp Geek eyeshadow Mandarine that I wanted to use. So, yay for Halloween!
I was wearing this outfit and I figured it would make a nice blogpost. It’s pretty simple but it’s definitely my style. I love to wear skirts like these with leggings and a simple top. I was wearing a black longsleeve and on top of that a black lace top I bought at Primark but you can’t really see the pattern. It was meant to be subtle so it actually worked out the way I wanted it too but black on black doesn’t show up on camera so you probably can’t tell there’s a lace pattern there.
I’ll be doing a blogpost about the matching make-up tomorrow. I made the skirt a long time ago and I still wear it a lot.
What do you think of this outfit? Something you would wear? Too much black for your taste? Let me know in the comments!
I made this eye look with my holographic Effect Powder by Gosh in mind. I wanted to do something fun, sparkly and with rhinestones. Preferably not wearable but over the top and artsy fartsy. I think I succeeded…
I used the holo glitter on the lid and on top of that I added little black rhinestones. I placed most of them on the outer corner of the eye and worked toward the inner corner. Unfortunately the rhinestones got out of their place a bit because I can’t keep my eyes open for an hour without getting dry eyes. Blinking is not exactly a choice you have.