What I like most about this video is that she shows you two different styles of make up for this season and she also makes sure to tell you how to put the make up on so that it's not blotchy or weird looking. She has other videos and I recommend you take a look at those too.
- Here's a link to another tutorial for Halloween make up with more details
- As usual, Pinterest is the go to source these days for just about everything. Here's what I found for you on face painting
- Don't forget that November 1st is Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos. It's a holiday in which friends and family get together to pray and remember those who have died.
I was lucky enough last year to join Xenia and her family to the Santa Ana Noches de Altares and had a fantastical experience. One that I will never forget. Pictures I took from last year are on my flickr - here.
In Houston we had a couple events this month, events that I missed :( but some are still going on..
Lawndale Art Center is having some awesome events again this year. I'm only putting these up cause I've attended and they're so much fun. Here's their schedule..
October 22 - November 10, 2012
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Demonstrations at 6 and 6:30 PM
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Thursday, November 8, 2012
I've been to the Dia de los Muertos event and the Sugar Skull workshop. Thinking of doing both of those this year as well and maybe the Papel Picado Workshop.
If you have pets, keep in mind that they become victims around this time of year and get scared pretty easily. Keep them indoors where it's safe and try not to scare them with silly costumes. Stressing them out is something we always want to steer away from.
|Found on Instagram.|
|Please share with friends and family and Keep our furkids safe.|
And now for some of Ari's costumes that I found on my hard drive Lol! Don't laugh or judge me haha!
|Ari as a Plumber (E's Work Uniform) with Leana Little.|
|Ari & E as Vampires/Dracula/Witch?!|
|Ari trick-or-treating as a Witch. :]|