Harley Quinn and the Joker

“…that’s cute. You think you’re scary. Well mister, I’ve seen scary and you don’t have his smile.” ❤️HQ🖤

 

 

 

This was inspired after a lazy Saturday afternoon of watching Suicide Squad.

 

​❤️I do not own the rights to the music.🖤

 

Let me know what you think in the comments below 👇🏼

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This look was fun to do and outside of my norm! I always get nervous about doing gears and industrial/steampunk looks. 

🤖🤖 I do not own the rights to this music. 

Any inspirations/themes you’d like me try? Comment them below 👇🏼👇🏼

1920s Fixer Upper

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I have very exciting news to share with all of you. Over the weekend, I took on the project of restoring a rental home that my significant other and I will be living in. The best part is that we get to (mostly) decide what goes on since we’re doing the work. So far, the wall colors have been decided and we have already started on painting. The catch is that we have 25 days until we have to move out of our old apartment and into our new home! That means most of the interior work has to be completed before the last few days in June so that we can have a few days to move in the majority of our items. Yikes! What a time crunch!

All in all, that’s okay as we decided what absolutely needs to be done before the move.

-10 rooms patched and painted

-flooring for the upstairs

-the kitchen ceiling and floor needs to be done

That doesn’t look too bad on screen. However, the tenant before us did quite the load of damage to the walls where simple spackle cannot patch up. That being said, some major drywall fixes need to happen. We had to push back any exterior work until we’re moved in July as the siding, porch, and landscaping all needs some love. We made some progress this weekend with painting the walls in a few “colorful” rooms. 

All of this is quite exciting and feels like I’m in a HGTV show. I’m in love with this house and all the niches it has! In all due time, I know we can bring out the potential in this beautiful home and give it a whole new life. I’ll give weekly updates before showing off the final project! Stay tuned!

Look of the Day

Every once in a while, I enjoy going outside of the box and do some character/theme makeup. This was an entry to for a goddess contest I did. The goddess I chose was Asteria: goddess of the stars and last immortal to live with man.

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I didn’t have gold lipstick or white eye liner at the time so I cheated a bit. The white is just acrylic paint. The gold is gold acrylic paint with a bronze eye shadow layered on top. In order for the colors to pop for a galaxy look, I took black eye shadow and blended it with my fingers. I wanted it faint enough so that it wasn’t overpowering the look. I did the purple and blue the same way by blending it with my fingers rather than a brush.

Overall, one of my most enjoyable looks to do. I like being able to take an idea and run with it.

 

DIY: Bath Jellies

Keep calm, and jiggle.

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What you will need:

  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 packet of unflavored gelatin
  • ½ cup of body wash
  • Silicone molds. Have fun with them! I did mine with penguins!
  • Soap dye for color (optional)
  • Soap glitter (optional)

 

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Directions:

  1. Boil 1 cup of water on medium heat.
  2. Add the gelatin packet and stir until completely dissolved.
  3. Add the body wash and stir.
  4. Now is the time if you want to add any soap dye or glitter.
  5. Pour your mix into your silicone molds. Make sure you have a plate underneath the molds in case you spill. It helps with the clean up!
  6. Refrigerate uncovered for 2-3 hours, or until they’ve hardened.

 

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Experiment with different colors, molds, and glitter! Store either in a glass jar or keep them right inside of your mold! These are a fun way to get kids excited for bath time or an easy (cheap) gift to make someone for any occasion!

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