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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Create Your Own Vanity Lights with on/off Switch


How to make your own vanity light…. Really simple to do and not expensive :)...Things you will need to buy
Vanity light bar you can get at Lowes, Home Depot or any other Home improvement store The 3- 4 lights range from $9.99 to $24.99 the one I have was $14.99 plus tax

next you will need a lamp cord with the on and off switch when I went to buy this...this is all they had
now the black piece where the light bulb goes I had to cut off with some wire cutters and strip a piece of the wire which is not hard to do when done this is what is should look like....



Now you can buy this already done they were just out. They are called lamp cord with spt-1 or you can get the spt-2 What’s the Difference?
SPT-2 Cord has thicker insulation & a higher amperage rating, but both types are suitable for most household or craft indoor applications. SPT-1 = 7 amp rating & SPT-2 = 10 amp rating 
Here is a website if your local area is out http://www.nationalartcraft.com/subcategory.asp?gid=1&cid=1&scid=3 


So on the back of your vanity bar you should have two wires a white one and black one like this

what your going to do is twist your white wire from you vanity light bar with one of your your lamp cord wires and also twist your black cord from vanity lights with the other wire from you lamp cord, after twisting them together this is what it should look like




 Now you will then twist your wire caps on...... my vanity light came with 3 but you only need two you might want to ask if they come with your vanity lights I didn't know so I bought a bag for less then $3.00 so I have to take them back but just ask so you don't have to return anything, it will save you a trip back to the store :)  if yours doesn't they do sell them for less then 3.00 here's what they look like and if you do have to buy them make sure they give you correct size that matches your lamp cord. After you twist you caps on tug lightly if it stays on then your good if the cap just comes off try twisting in opposite direction.
this is what is should look like when your done you can also get the black electric tape if for some reason your wires are long and hang down. Now just make sure you get the correct light bulbs and you should end up with nice working vanity lights hope this helps.... what I love about this is  now you can take or move your light anywhere you want. 

HALLOWEEN INSPIRED FAIRY MAKEUP LOOK


Hey there….
So here is a new look.  I was feeling a little sad today….life is HARD.  I may look happy all the time but I cant say that I am….but doing makeup is my release!  I hope if anyone out there is having a bad day…..take a minute for yourself and do your makeup!  It will help you get your mind off all the challenges in life….. well, at least for a while anyways…….Have a great day!!!   J  


Products Used:
Eyes: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Medusa's Electro Pink, Medusa's Purple Rain
urban decay 24/7 black eyeline "zero"
Blue eyelashes from Halloween store, wig I got at local store on sale for $2.88
lips I used urban decay ransom eyeshadow
For the eyebrows I used a corrector cream "alabaster" to cover my brows so the blue would show up since I naturally have dark eyebrows the blue I used is Medusa's "Blue Balls"
                                       








Friday, October 21, 2011

Halloween Clown Look!!!

Another Halloween Look

Today I decided to do a clown look, which was really fun to do. Hope this can give you some ideas and hope you enjoy this look!!! Products used: Eyes-I used Halloween blue cream makeup from Wal-Mart 97 cents also used the black Halloween cream makeup also from Wal-Mart. Face/teeth I used the white cream makeup, The big red nose is from Wal-Mart The wig is from Joann’s which was on sale for $2.50 not the best clown wig but can’t beat the price. The blood I got from Wal-Mart the vampire blood in a tube which was like $1.97. Contact lenses are from Vampfangs one twilight lens and the other is a red contact lens. Their website is www.vampfangs.com and I did purchase all of the items used with my own money. Hope you enjoy this look and leave me comment below and let me know what you think :)





Thursday, October 20, 2011

Zombie Halloween Makeup Look


Hello...My name is Karen....Of, course I usually do not look like this....however, my very talented sister-n-law did a great job on my costume make-up!  Hope u guys can copy the idea and scare who u want to.... The last pic I just simply bent backwards :)   Thanks Jeze!!! 


Hey everyone let me know what you think and I will be posting more looks tomorrow  :)
Also I  just wanted to thank my sister-n-law for letting me do different makeup looks on her :)

For Products Used: 
Halloween white face paint/cream 
Halloween Blood
At Wal-Mart you can get the scars-stitches and cut tattoos just make sure when you apply you do the tattoos first then apply the white face paint/cream around the tattoo with a makeup sponge or brush, you don't want to apply on the tattoo or it will come off. This is an easy way to add more detail to your Halloween look if you don't have time or want to deal with the hassle using liquid latex and all that stuff.
Any black eyeshadow you can use for around the eyes.




Monday, October 17, 2011

Halloween Devil Look



Today I did this Devil look. This is a very simple look and doesn’t cost much I already had everything expect the horns and red makeup which I got from Wal-Mart for $1.97.  I used the Mac brush #224 for the black contouring and Duo lash glue for the horns which worked well and kept them on. The contacts are from Vampfangs www.vampfangs.com which are the twilight ones. Let me know what you think and thanks for stopping by 

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Coraline Halloween Look

Hey everyone so I did a Coraline look on my sister-n-law. The products used are: a black wig purchased from Joanns which was on sale for $3.00, Coraline does have blue hair though. The button eyes were purchased from Hobby Lobby for 0.72 each. She already had the yellow raincoat and the dragon fly hair clip. For the makeup we just went with a lighter foundation, Hard Candy blush #125 in living doll and brown eyeliner for the freckles and for the eyebrows, Urban Decay 24/7 black eyeliner in zero for the stitches. Comment and let me know what you think

Monday, October 10, 2011

Bloody Mary Halloween Look

 Hey everyone so I did a Halloween look based on Bloody Mary. I hope you enjoy this look and let me know what you think. For the products that I used on this look are: black contacts Halloween white cream makeup with a white powder over, the powder is from hot topic. You can also buy the mehron color set powder at any Halloween store this one I think is better. I also used Mac paints in flammable which has been discontinued for some time, and Halloween blood and urban decay black eyeliner.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

HALLOWEEN CLASSIC SKULL

Hey everyone sorry I have been M.I.A but I am back and just want to thank everyone who has continued to follow my blog. So Halloween is coming up and I will be doing some new looks that I hope everyone will enjoy and get ideas. So for my first Halloween look I did a classic skull. I will list all items used below and if you have any question please feel free to ask. The black cape I got last year at Wal-Mart when they had all the Halloween items on sale. It’s always a good thing to go back after Halloween is over so you can get good items and a discount for the next years.


Products used:

Halloween white cream makeup can be purchased at Wal-Mart 97cents

Urban decay black eyeliner

hot topic white powder

Red contacts