tisdag 16 maj 2017
fredag 5 maj 2017
Here's a super-neutral (well, to me at least...) look that I wore for work on Tuesday last week. One of my lovely co-workers has started a fun little makeup challenge where she's given the rest of us one product for each day of the week that we are to incorporate in our makeup look that day. This day it was the paint pot Nice Composure. Here I've used that product on all elements of my makeup look; as eyeshadow, lipstick, for my brows and as a contour.
What colors would you use to create a neutral look yet keep your spookiness?
I hope you all will be having a nice weekend!
Luna Von Bat
tisdag 2 maj 2017
tisdag 18 april 2017
Finally I managed to create an interesting makeup look to show you. Although I've had my "new" camera for over two years now I still struggle with it to get even decent pictures so here I've used the camera on my husbands phone. And then I ended up having anxiety about not using my advanced, expensive camera... Blah!
Well, here's the look anyways...
Idun Norrsken foundation, Jorunn
MAC Pro Longwear concealer, NW10
Kat Von D, Jet and Bone
MAC Modern Twist, Squid
Kat Von D Tattoo Liner, Trooper
Illamasqua eyelashes, #21
måndag 9 januari 2017
onsdag 28 december 2016
The lipsticks I got are from 2 different kits (one with Susperia and Melancholia and one with the rest). Earlier, I've got Exorcism and Outlaw.
Row 1 (left to right) Santa Sangre, Plath, Lovesick & Melancholia
Row 2 (left to right) Outlaw, Echo, Susperia & Mother
Row 3 (left to right) Exorcism, Roxy, L.U.V. & Backstage Bambi
söndag 25 december 2016
My days were literally just going to work for four hours and then sleeping all afternoon waiting for my fiancé (now husband -wohoo!) to come home, having dinner and then going back to sleep again. I tried to exercise but whenever I did so I got so sick I had to stay in bed for days afterwards. I felt like a 30-years-old trapped in the body of a 90 year old lady.
Finally at the end of summer I got to go to a specialist who diagnosed me with fibromyalgia and myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME). What a relief to have a name for the living hell! I'm so grateful that it's not something lethal even though this means that I will probably wake up every day for the rest of my life in pain and with excruciating tiredness. I have had to make a lot of adjustments in my everyday life to make sure that I don't overstrain myself and it's going to take a long time to accept that I'm not able to do everything that I once could.
And then this surge of inspiration made me feel almost like my old self again. Almost.
If you made it this far through this massive amount of text; thank you! Thank you for taking your time listening to my story!
So what's up with you all? Have 2016 treated you well? I hope you're all having a lovely holiday and with any luck I'll see you soon. :)
P.S. Extra points for the person who can spot the Star Trek reference ;D