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Halloween Room Inspiration & DIY Decor

Halloween is in 4 days..wow that came so fast! Recently I added some Halloween decorations to my room. Some that I made myself, and some that I didn’t.

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First I made these spooky jars

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Then these bloody doll curtain ties

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I also carved some super easy and quick pumpkins

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and made some eyeball flowers

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you can see how to make everything in this video:

 

 

Also, many of you have been asking about how to do my Evil Doll makeup that was at the end of the video

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I was thinking about making a video, but I did this makeup last year and then again this year, so I think it might be boring to do it again in a video. I bought another pair of lenses, so I’m thinking of doing another kind of Halloween makeup video.

So I’ll just explain to you here how I did this look…

First, I mixed my foundation with white foundation (or you could use white face paint). I got this white foundation at a cosplay shop in Akihabara, my regular foundation is from Nars (Nars Sheer Glow Foundation)

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I then set it with the white loose powder (top left product) that I got at Tokyo Hands. One good thing about this makeup is you don’t need to worry about your dark circles or eye bags.. you don’t even need to use concealer because the eyeshadow will cover it all.. and actually they work in your favour in this case. ^.^ I used grey eyeshadow under my cheek bones to make my cheeks look more dead and hollow.

For eyes..

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I first put red all over my eyes. I actually used blush instead of eyeshadow, because this one form La Duree (top left) is so pigmented. It’s the La Duree Les Merveilleuses Face Colour Duo 101. Then I used the black colour from my Makeup Forever Blue Sephia Palette. You could use any red eyeshadow or blush (or even red lipstick could work here!), and any black eyeshadow to achieve this look.

I then lined my upper eyes with black liquid liner and my lower eyes with Benefit Waterproof black pencil liner (my eyes teared a lot from the big lenses so the waterproof really helped save my makeup). Finally, I finished off my eyes with my fav Lancome Virtuose Precious Cells Mascara

Then I put in my HUGE lenses.

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They are called the Phantasee Black Sclera Lens Sabretooth/Blackout/Black ($99.90) they are 22mm.

you can find them here: http://www.uniqso.com/phantasee-black-sclera-lens-sabretooth

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You store them in the above container. Putting them in is rather difficult. Some tips that helped me was to really pinch the lens with clean fingers then pull down your bottom eyelid and put it in there, then pull your top eyelid and move it up with your fingers. When they are in they feel weird at first, but you get used to it. There are little clear holes in the middle so you can see.

For lips I wore my current fav Mac ‘Hang Up”

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Then I added some blood under my eyes and around my lips/chin. You can buy fake blood at any costume shop. I got mine in the basement of La Foret, Harajuku. I also saw it in Tokyo Hands (much cheaper).

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And that’s it! I hope this explains everything! If you have any more questions just leave a comment here or on my SNS!

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Love Tay

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⭐︎☥✞Dark Doll Makeup✞☥⭐︎

Hey Everyone! (=^-ω-^=)

Halloween is over here in Japan >.< but in the western world I think you guys are still out celebrating, so Happy Halloween!!

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This year I decided to be a ‘dark doll’. ༼ ༎ຶ ෴ ༎ຶ༽ The main point and focus of my look is the Sabretooth contact lens from Uniqso. They are super big (22mm) and almost make your full eye black. I’ll talk more about them later….

Let’s start the makeup ू(ʚ̴̶̷́ .̠ ʚ̴̶̷̥̀ ू)

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