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#FRIGHTFEMMES 2022 | Vol. I

Updated: Oct 7, 2022



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"Come little children, I'll take the away into

a land of enchantment..." -Hocus Pocus


Happy #FriGHTFREMMES Friday and also Happy Hocus Pocus Day to all. The Halloween mood is strong in Miami (or maybe in the hearts alike) because the temps and humidity have dropped...


We've got a fun theme this week and it's MONSTERS!!! You know what makes it extra great? Three version, completely different and all opportunities to scare or bewitch your ghoulfriends! LOL - expect more cheesy comment throughout this collab. Let's get started - " 'TIS TIME! " as Winnie would say!

 

If you are just joining us get familiar with this collab and see ALL THINGS the make-up and cosplay (65 plus makeup looks, halloween costumes, props & more) of the #frightfemmes years passed CLICK HERE.


MOST IMPORTANTLY, allow me to introduce you to the my beautiful friends and collaboration partners of #frightfemmes ...


 

- MEET YOUR MONSTERS -


CANDY CORN MONSTER


Ruthmarie aka @the.vintage.raven | Vintage Enthusiast - Sewist - Vlogger- Capricorn



Ruthmarie is bringing the OG candy to life with her "Candy Corn Monster". I absolutely love how vibrant this costume is! Visit Ruthmarie's blog , The Vintage Raven, to see how she came up with her handmade candy horns!


| Follow Ruthmarie's magic via her instagram: @the.vintage.raven , blog: The Vintage Raven, youtube: The Vintage Raven , shoppes: @preciselyplanners + RM Sewing Emporium , Spotify Halloween Playlist |


ETHEREAL BOHO MUMMY


Laura at @LauraJadePrado |Illustration Artist - Designer - Blogger - Sagittarius



Who said Mummies have to be rotting and scary? What about the queens and high priestesses of the times? Well Laura delivers and enchanting yet spooky Mummy with her innate love for BoHo! To learn more about how she blended the boho crochet and mummy gauze effect, visit her blog, Laura Jade Prado.


| Follow Laura's magic via her instagram: @theweekendgypsy , blog: laurajadeprado.com , shoppes: @TWG Designs + TWG Designs Site + The Weekend Gems , youtube: LauraJadePrado |


THE GRAND HIGH WITCH


& myself, Caro aka @caropozo @blonde2brunette | Actor - Blogger - Creative - Virgo



| you can follow my trail of magic via instagram: @caropozo , lifestyle blog: @blonde2brunette + blonde2brunette , shoppe: @thesugarcottage_ + The Sugar Cottage , and youtube: blonde2brunette |


 

If you grew up in the 90's then you are familiar with the film "The Witches", the author Roald Dahl, who also wrote "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" has a creepy tone to all of his novels and any filmmaker trying to recreate his stories knows to they must capture that to serve the story right! "The Witches" was one of the first films to feed my fears as "The Grand High Witch" is to reveal herself as one of the most horrific looking witches of all time! Anjelica Huston delivers an Oscar worthy performance with her every word and movement. So when it comes to monsters, she is by far one of the scariest characters of all time!


For all your project organization needs, I have fun with my "Living Life Planner" created by Laura from her TWG Designs shoppe, CLICK HERE. For figuring out how to plan your makeup layout or cosplay from scratch, I use RMSewing Emporium planner sheets designed by Ruthmarie, CLICK HERE.


MATERIALS NEEDED:

Find All the Materials in our #frightfemmes section of our AMAZON SHOP

  • Liquid Latex

  • Cotton

  • Bald Cap

  • Glue Stick

  • Wig

  • Street Make-Up

  • Cheap Brushes

  • Oil Cleanser or Spirit Gum Remover

Make Sure your face is clean. Your Bald Cap is on and your brows are glue stick covered so you can keep those puppies save.


Next break apart your cotton into thin lines and map out where the placement of your eye, cheek bone, nose and chin go. Continue to layer to desired height. The one place you want to take your time on is shaping the nose. As you add on layers, let it become semi dry and shape it with your hands and end of your brush to create grooves and ridges. Pretend its like clay or fondant, the best part is if you don't like it, wet it with latex and brush it down or out to re-do and add more layers.


First time trying this? Freshen up on your skills by watching these youtube videos from incredible artists I admire:

BROW PREP VIDEO

COTTON & LATEX VIDEO






Happy Hauntings,


Don't forget to pin this for later as you this year's Halloween costume! #frightfemmes #frightfemmes21 #halloweenmua #halloweenmakeup #diyhalloweencostume



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