Day Nineteen: Halloween Make-Up Tutorials
We’re getting a bit closer to Halloween (I can’t believe I’ve been blogging for nineteen straight days by the way…), so hopefully by now you’re all getting your costumes ready. My costume is ready. This year requires no make-up (except some yellow face paint perhaps) for me, but if I was going to go all out, I would definitely think about some of the ideas out below that I found on YouTube.
Who doesn’t love Skeletor?
Ziggy played guitar!
If this wouldn’t scare my daughter, I would totally do this…also, hint hint – I’ll be talking about Freddy soon!
One of Johnny Depp’s best roles!
If these ideas aren’t up your alley, a quick (and free) make-up tutorial is just a YouTube search away. I would really recommend Kandee Johnson’s tutorials. My wife turned me on to her – she’s spunky, quirky, and her make-up videos are pretty funny. Around this time of year, she posts plenty of Halloween tutorials.
So, what are you going to be for Halloween? Share your tips and hints with us in the comment section!
As you can see by the above image, I’m getting ready for my 31 Day Challenge. As extra motivation, I’m linking up with a collection of blogs filled with folks who are also doing other types of 31 Day Challenges. Check out The Nesting Place linked over on the right in my blogroll (or click here – )
As you look to follow along my 31 day journey, use this page as your one-stop shop for everything. While I’ll be adding each day of the challenge to my blog, I’ll also be direct linking all 31 Days to the bottom of this original post to make sure there’s an easy way to keep track of everything.
Based on my poll results, it looks like my readers want everything but book recommendations (too bad, I’m a bookseller, so you’re getting some of those too….), so expect a very diverse month of posts inspired by the Halloween season. You’ll get everything from reviews, recommendations, recipes, craft ideas, costume ideas, interviews, and posts about all things that go bump in the night (among other things).
I’m very excited about this undertaking. Thanks for supporting me in my efforts to make this October a spooktacular one.
Also, if you like what you see and want to link up with me on your blog, feel free to use the image below -Happy Horror…Happy Haunting…Happy Halloween!