Cleavers, Coffins, and Cuteness

I originally wanted to do these pictures around Halloween time, but I do enjoy wearing “spooky” style clothing all year round so posting them now is not a problem for me. Especially when it comes from Kreepsville 666.

If you’ve followed me for awhile, you already know how much I love the brand Kreepsville 666 so it should come as no surprise that I wanted to take photos in some newer pieces from them that I hadn’t really shown online. The only exception is that I believe I wore it in one of my youtube videos, but that’s it. I’ve bought a few new items from them, but I wanted to show off this particular outfit because I love wearing it out. This included, a new top, skirt, and accessory. I also wanted to show off my cute coffin-shaped Vampira towel that I got awhile ago but hadn’t gotten the chance to post pictures of it.

Everything I’m wearing in these photos with the exception of my high heels, are all from Kreepsville 666. 

I really liked the mood and lighting in these photos. It showed the details of my clothes and my makeup beautifully.  By the way, for my makeup, I used Anastasia of Beverly Hills, “Modern Renaissance,” eyeshadow palette, and used Smashbox, liquid lipstick in “Bawse.” I love fashion so anytime I can show and share something new, I jump right on it. These photos were fun to do as well.

 

I don’t really need to talk too much about Kreepsville’s brand here because I’ve reviewed, done other shoots in their clothes, and have mentioned them a lot in the past. If you haven’t seen my past posts on Kreepsville 666, please check them out. I will say tho, that I have never gotten anything from them that I regretted buying, which is always a good thing.

These new pieces include, my “Cleave Me Alone” cardigan which has really cute cleaver buttons, my “Spiderweb  White” skater skirt, and my “Hypno ?” single hair bow. I’m glad I also included my coffin Vampira towel in these shots. I hope you like these pictures and I appreciate and thank everyone for reading, following, and supporting me and my blog here.

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Story Book Cosmetics , Wizardry and Witch Craft Eye Shadow Palette

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“Once upon a time, there were three sisters who never stopped believing in Fairy Tales… and they all lived happily every after!”

I’ve been practicing witchcraft and spirituality since I was about twelve and when I first heard about this new makeup brand, I knew I had to have it. It took awhile for me to get it because it sold out right away but were able to get the witchy brushes right away. Last night I received my palette finally and had to do a a part one and two makeup tutorial today.  

The eye shadow colors are named, BROOMSTICK, SORCERER, CLOAK, POTIONS, PROPHECY, SALEM, MERLIN, BEWITCHED, CAULDRON, SPELLBOOK, CHARMS, AND  JINX.

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I hope you enjoy! Also to be sure to check out their website: https://storybookcosmetics.com/

The Dark Side of Lily

  You all saw my very spooky and awesome post titled, “Pretty Ghouls,” where my girl Sandy made me a dark Princess Lily ring from the movie, “Legend,” and she put a fabulous idea in my head to do an interpretation of the makeup she wore when the character “Darkness,” aka Tim Curry changes her from the innocent princess Lily to the dark goth-like princess. Here are some photos of me channeling the darkness of Lily. This makeup was a lot of fun to do. I also included a makeup tutorial of how I created this look with all the products I used. Enjoy and thank you again Sandy!

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PRODUCTS I USED:

Foundation: Wet n Wild, photo focus foundation in Porcelain, fair/pale.

Powder: Makeup Forever ultra hd micro finishing pressed powder.

Eyes: KatVonD MetalMatte eyeshadow palette, “Jet”.

LimeCrime, “Venus 2” palette, “Boot”.

KatVonD MetalMatte eyeshadow palette, “Synergy” and “Flash”.

NYX roll on shimmer in “Nude”.

Eyebrows: Anastasia dipbrow in “Chocolate”.

Mascara: L’Oréal voluminous butterfly in Black/Noir.

Beauty Mark: The Balm in Schwing

Lipstick: LimeCrime in “Black Velvet”.

Tribute from Camp Crystal Lake

 

    My super sweet and cool friend Crystal Ivy or “Camp Crystal Lake,” made this super awesome photo collage and wrote this really sweet tribute to me which she posted on Instagram, which is where I first met her. She did a few tributes to her friends but I was  the first one. Crystal Ivy and I have a lot of mutual friends on I.G and a lot in common, including horror films, batman, art, and much more. Her I.G tribute had meant so much to me (and still does) when I first saw it that I wanted to definitely post it here.  

When she was working on the collage and statement about me together, she asked me to tell her five random facts about myself to use in it, which I did, which you’ll also see below .

I want to again thank my friend I adore Crystal for thinking of me and putting this together. She’s an awesome chick and very glad I met her and have become good friends with her. Be sure to check her out on instagram under, campcrystlelake .

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“I wanted to recognize some of the beautiful women of horror that I have met thru IG and give you guys a brief intro…there are several of these shout outs I am going to post but this one is the first and probably the only one I will get around to posting tonight. My friend Carlie @carliemichelle66 is one of my good friends and she is a fiercely loyal friend, often the mama bear of her crew. Music is super important to her, and her first concert was Smashing Pumpkins and Kiss when she was 15. She loves animals but her favorite dogs are pugs and Dachshunds. Another fun fact is that she met Angelina Jolie and her Brother shopping on Melrose one day. I love Carlie because she has brains, beauty and charm and we text on a regular basis so I consider her one of my close friends. Go give a follow to this gorgeous and Sweet Bettie Page Doppelganger.”

 

Freddy vs. Jason

  A few weeks ago I did an amazing and fun photoshoot with one of my all time favorite themes, horror. I’ve done horror shoots in the past but this one was my favorite because it had a wicked and sexy burlesque twist to it! In this shoot I portrayed two of my favorite horror icons, Freddy Krueger, of course, and Jason Voorhees. I love the film Freddy vs. Jason and was thrilled to do a photoshoot representing the dual characters. The day I modeled for this shoot,  the weather was rainy so couldn’t shoot outdoors as planned but the lighting was still wonderful when shooting in doors. 

Here are favorite and best shots from my hot wicked horror photoshoot. Enjoy and Happy Halloween!!!!!

(Jason of course;

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and now a little Freddy!?

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