It’s my favorite time of the year for makeup tutorials. Fall! Today, continuing in last falls tradition, I have a look inspired by Type O Negative. Type O is my Autumn soundtrack as usual. Today’s look is featuring the Kat Von D Saints & Sinners Palette. I couldn’t wait to do a fall look with this palette.
I wanted to go with a classic fall vibe with oranges, reds, browns and a super vampy lip. If you want to see how I got this look, just keep ready below!
Happy Fall! I did this as a guest post for Dear Dharma, an online advice column. I wanted to share it here and encourage you guys to head over to Dear Dharma and check it out. If you need some advice, it’s the place to go!
Since Fall has just kicked off It’s the perfect time to talk about what new trends have in beauty that is in style for the Fall season this year. There are some new colors making their way in as well as some returning favorites from previous Fall seasons. If you love makeup, fall is one of the most exciting season with the launches of new palettes and trends that will set the tone for next year.
Am I too early for Halloween? I didn’t think so. I mean I did do this look last month and went for a night out with it.
That’s right, tonight I have a tutorial on how I did my Morticia Addams inspired makeup, perfect for Halloween or year around if you are so darkly inclined like myself. I didn’t get costumey with this look, just inspired by Morticia.
All the eyeshadow in this look is from the Kat Von D Shade + Light Eye Contour Palette which a reviewed a few weeks ago. I also show how I like to do a cat eye effect on hooded eyes.
Grab your coffee and keep reading below if you want to see how I got this look using the Kat Von D Shade + Light Eye Contour Palette.
Alrighty, the final conclusion to my Fall Makeup Series.I have one more tutorial for ya’ll featuring the Kat Von D Metal Matte Palette.
I’m kind of sad to be wrapping this series up. I loved doing the dark Type O Negative themed posts but who says just because Fall is coming to end we have to stop being kind of spooky and dark. Heck with it, we’re going full on spooky-ish year round because that’s who I am. We’re keeping the dark undertones around here for sure.
In today’s look, I went for a smoky plum with a pop of rich gold in the center creating a halo eye effect, paired with a dusty pink lip. If you want to see how I created this look, just keep reading below!
Who’s ready for Thanksgiving?! I sure am… Looking forward to some turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. Thanksgiving, an American holiday where we see just how much food we can consume in one sitting while avoiding awkward conversations with family With the recent election, this year’s dinner table talk should be something. Something I’m keeping dafuq out of. I’ll be sitting at the kid’s table once again this year. LOL!
Anywho, tonight I have a rather easy makeup tutorial which is part of my Fall Series, using the Kat Von D Metal Matte Palette. And yes, still sticking with the Type O Negative theme.
As soon as I saw that vibrant matte forest green shade called Moss in the palette I was all over it and of course wanted to do a look where it was the main attraction. I paired the shade with a matte black wing and a warm red lip.
If you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below!