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*Chopin's Funeral March plays in the background... & just like that it's the end of our series. Frightfemmes 2021 has come to it's final looks of the season. This month flew by, but I'm happy to say we got our Halloween fix y'all. That's all I care for to move onto the next holiday. October is such a beautiful month of frolic and play and often I think people forget just how carefree this month is. I hope you had just as much mischief as we did and with closing theme we have picked "CLASSICS". Would there be any other way? In case you missed the last 12, Click here for Vol.1 , Vol.2 , Vol. 3, Vol.4.
Before we reveal the looks below, feel free to learn more about the #frightfemmes series HERE , make-up and cosplay (50 plus makeup looks, halloween DIY costumes ideas, props & more) of the years passed CLICK HERE.
Without further ado' enjoy below...
By Ruthmarie aka @the.vintage.raven | Vintage Enthusiast - Sewist - Vlogger- Capricorn
The classic Vampire has taken many forms over the years, but leave it to The Vintage Raven, to bring us back to the roots of the seducing creatures of the night. This is definitelya great couples option or group party theme CLICK HERE:
By Laura aka @theweekendgypsy |Illustration Artist - Designer - Blogger - Sagittarius
Clowns can convey emotions like any human, this one in particular I find very posh and very charming. Their is something very nostalgic about the color choices Laura has chosen. Pretty in pink VISIT BLOGPOST HERE.
Notes, tips & buys on this look below:
Classics to me on Halloween always start with a Witch, then a Vampire, a Clown, a Skeleton , a Zombie, a Pirate and last but not least a Ghost. From the days where people cut holes in sheets, to painting their faces all gray, the Haunted Mansion came into mind. It's by far one of the best ride in all of Magic Kingdom and I never grow tired of it.
Feeling vintage vibes more this season, thanks Ruthmarie, I grabbed a few pieces from my closet, and the signature Top Hat to complete the look.
Below Is the list of items I used to create the look and I have also added items into our Amazon Favs page so you can find similar material. Check out HALLOWEEN AMAZON FAVS section as well as the breakdown below:
Black Blazer: Find Similar Here
White Scarf: White Cheese Cloth Find Here
Foundation: Glam up your face a bit with your foundation mixed with either your bright concealer or use my favorite clown white from BEN-NYE BUY HERE.
Sunken in Eyes & Cheeks: You basically slowly layer in where your contour would go and then some. Creating more depth and hollows in the face. Almost aging yourself in the process. I used Besame Cosmetic's Marilyn Monroe collection, they had the perfect taupe, charcoal tone and white shadow to highlight areas, BUY HERE. Or use SIMILAR SHADOWS HERE.
Espresso Brown Liner: I used the liner softly to make lines unto the shadow created bags, and also for my lips. On my lips I darkened the edges then smudges the rest into my lips. Also from Besame Cosmetic's Marilyn Monroe collection, BUY HERE. Or use SIMILAR SHADOWS HERE.
15 looks later and we have come to a close on this year's FRIGHTFEMMES !!! What a wonderful thrill it has been and we look forward to creating again next season with you all. A special shoutout to my ladies Laure & Ruthmarie for bringing to much to this series and having a wonderful group to lean on and bounce back and forth with. We had a blast being able to creatively paint among our faces and create a character. Thank you Ladies, you have my heart...till next year.