reluctanthurricane asked: I dunno if you're still doing the Q&A thing, but since you're so good at DIY, I figured I'd ask anyway. Do you have any suggestions for things to do with old makeup? Like crappy old eyeshadow that still has some colour and shimmer to it, but I have no intention of ever applying to my face again. I figure there's got to be some sort of awesome craft I can use it for. . .
THERE ARE THINGS!
Okay, if it’s eyeshadow, grind that crap up. You can mix it with lipgloss and make your own colors. You can mix it with clear nail polish and make your own colors (this is my favorite). You can also use it like pastels for drawing, too - though that can be a little tricky. You can do these things with blush, too!
Lipstick isn’t as versatile - but I kind of love drawing with it on mirrors.
Mascara just needs to be thrown away.
Day 9: RAINBOW nails
I had something completely different on my nails and majorly messed it up. To be honest… I had no extra energy to do my nails again so this is all I could make myself do last night. They’re not too terribly bad…. right?
Rainbow done with acrylic paint
I need to do this immediately.
All my swoons.
Vintage 1940s Make up & Hair Tutorial.
Miss Ratherly Stern, back with more 1940’s Fashion and Glamour tips…
The Bow Mani | The Beauty Department
The Beauty Department just keeps pumping out these gorgeous manis and I’m totally in love with this one! Is it just me or does this remind you of a Tiffany’s box?! If you don’t own a nail art pen, my lovely readers suggest using instead the thinest paint brush you can find instead. Cheaper and it means any of your nail polishes can become a ‘pen’!
These galaxy nails put us in a cute overdose!
So, that’s glorious.
Yeah, I’m going to need to make that happen.