I am back again to announce that this year instead of doing daily horror movies for the month of October I will be doing some form of read-a-thon almost every week of this month. The first one being in the first week of October and the three read-a-thons that follow will all be connected by one day. So while I am participating in one read-a-thon another read-a-thon will take place for only a day and also another read-a-thon will begin the day before the first one ends. Sounds complicated, it's not here is a list of read-a-thons I plan on participating in and the dates for them...
Fright Fall October 3-9
BookBuddyathon October 22-28
So, as you can see three of the read-a-thons overlap. In other words there will be an hourly post on October 22, a post for BookBuddy on October 21, and a wrap up for Spookathon on October 24 so I'll annoy you guys for a few days straight. We'll see how that goes and if I don't just end up making a very long post for two of the read-a-thons.
Before my blog gets taken over by all these read-a-thon posts I thought I would share a few pictures of what I did today. I was in the mood to play around with my makeup and am already excited about Halloween so put two and two together and you get a random makeup look. I wanted to see which one was better an evil dead mermaid or a cute princess type mermaid. I was thinking pinks and purples and of course green and blue. Once I finished this look I realized that the "scales" should have been used on the opposite side. So with trial and error I realized that if I end up using this look I will use green glitter scales for the evil mermaid and the blue for the princess mermaid.
THE EVIL DEAD MERMAID
My lighting isn't good so you can't really see the glitter and the colors might be a bit off, but in person it looked pretty cool. I mean for a trial version it made me want to use glitter and pink eye shadow every single day of my life. The glitter on the side of my face was actually blue even though you can't tell much on this picture and there is pink eye shadow on my eye along with purple glitter on top of that and on the lower lashes, I finished the look by drawing on thick eyebrows and adding a black lip.
You can actually see the pink eye shadow on this side of my face and the colors are true to what they looked like, but once again you can't see all the glitter I had on (and still have on even after scrubbing everything off). This side was my favorite because of the pink lipstick, eye shadow, glitter, and pink cheeks. This just made me realize that I need to use my glitter for Halloween or as much as I can while I'm still in love with it.
I had so much fun though just trying colors I wouldn't normally wear. I even feel like I am going to start tapping a bit of that glitter on the side of my eye next time I do my makeup just because it looked really pretty, maybe a muted skin tone color. Who knows if I'll actually walk outside wearing glitter though, we shall see.