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Posts for October 29th 2010
Still don't have a Halloween costume? Don't stress out, and don't even think of heading to the costume shops today — they'll be a madhouse. Instead, take a look at these face-painting designs by Lisa Smiley of Smiley Orca Face Painting in Monterey, CA. With more than a decade of experience, Lisa has advanced (and award-winning) skills. Even if you can't re-create her designs exactly, they're fantastic for inspiration. And in the off chance that you're in Monterey this weekend, you can stop by her booth on Cannery Row to get done up by Lisa herself.
During Spring fashion week, beauty trends reminiscent of the '70s pounded the runway. Try centering this trend on your Halloween costume and go as a crime-fighting, no-nonsense heroine like blaxploitation queen Pam Grier. Blaxploitation, a genre of films that featured mainly black actors, emerged in the '70s and incorporated elements like crime and martial arts. Taking style cues from Grier as title character Foxy Brown, this powerful yet sexy look is achievable with big false lashes, winged eyeliner, nude lips, and a peachy bronzed blush. If you already sport a beautiful natural afro, you are halfway there. Blow out your hair to the max and finish the look with gold hoop earrings, a jumpsuit, and a sassy tough-girl attitude! If you have a relaxer or short hair, get a wig and fake it 'til you're Foxy.
Today on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Ellen DeGeneres takes clever to a whole new level with this wacky "Snooki's pouf" Halloween costume. (Is it me, or is there a little bit of a Gossamer vibe going on here?) Watch as Ellen hilariously describes that the Cabbage Patch-like doll hanging from the base of the pouf — a representation of Snooki — is actually quite lifelike, as the real Snooki is quite diminutive.
Photos courtesy Lone Wolf Kirkegaard
You might know that Normant has long been associated with John Frieda Professional Hair Care, so it will be interesting to see how it will all pan out. Look for Normant's new line on his website in just a few weeks.