Cut Out Boots: DSW
Once again, I'd like to say I did something moderately interesting today, but I didn't. Such as the life of a human being that has to be productive during the work hours of the day. I must say that I felt pretty bad ass in this outfit, though. Today, I really needed that attitude to cover up how stressed I am. Thankfully having this little ol' blog has significantly helped. It's amazing how easily you become de-stressed and happy when you do something you love. Also, not going to lie, but because I've been pretty stressed for the past few days, I'm more apt to procrastinate at home. Blogging is a great way to do so. ;)
Another creative outlet that I've been using to procrastinate a bit is through drawing. As of yesterday, I've been making a few simple sketches that I wouldn't normally make... at all. One of my best guy friends is helping to run a local haunted house. Makeup artists are needed, so he immediately came to me to see if I could be of any assistance. I said "yes" to this unique opportunity right away because I a) love Halloween, b) love experimenting with makeup, and c) love being involved in the community. Out of excitement, I've already whipped together a few basic drawings of different looks I'd like to do. Below is a cracked porcelain doll look. I thought this was kind of a neat idea. It isn't too scary, so those who aren't fond of gory looks (like myself) won't feel too put off.
If you have any moderately creepy makeup look ideas (keeping in mind that this haunted house is open to an entire community, so all ages), please leave a comment below or email me at email@example.com. Thanks in advance!