Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Messin' Around

         Mhm. Today, I was extremely unentertained. We went into town and not one of the thrift stores we went to had ANYTHING of interest. Not even anything that could be changed or fixed, or even taken apart. So, being empty-handed, we spent money that would have gone to thrift stores, on a delicious lunch at Mimi's Cafe. It's definately one of my favorite restaurants because of the French theme. Hehe. Oh! And what made this better was when the waitress came to take our drink orders, she first offered me a Mimosa, or something else from the bar. =D haha, I'm only 17, but I liked that she thought I looked older than I am. Though, it does happen quite a bit, I shouldn't be surprised by it.

        After our lunch, with nothing left to do, we came home. After sitting in the bedroom on the laptop for a bit, I felt a bit of inspiration to play with makeup on my cousin and myself. I tried some baby-doll goth makeup on my cousin... Something I've never tried; and after trying, I learned I needed way more practice. Oh, it looked horrible, and I'm great with makeup! The kind of girl all the friends flock to when it's time for Prom makeup and whatnot. Anyway, after having my cousin wash off her face, and having a growing feeling of dissatisfaction at my not-so-great baby-doll skills, I sat on the bed, waiting for some more inspiration.

         At this moment, where I'm sitting on the bed in my own disdain, my sister says to me, "Why don't you make your eyebrows black!" In my head, I'm thinking, "Wtf?" and making this face- o.O ... I thought it'd look ridiculous on me, but I suggested we search for the liquid eyeliner besides. Before long, nobody could find the good liquid eyeliner, so I grabbed my sister's angled brush and my black eyeshadow, and went from there. The first eyebrow went smoothly, and a lot more easily than expected. (I've done my eyebrows before, just not with black and not as harshly.) With the second eyebrow I made a bit of a boo-boo, but it was easily fixed. By the way, I'd already had my eye make-up done from this morning, so I was really trying not to screw it up, I didn't feel like touching that up too.

       In the end, the eyebrows came out great. And after that, I decided I wanted to pale out my face a bit, as I hadn't actually done any foundation this morning. Then, I played around with the liner brush and black shadow a bit more, and this was my end result. I must say, it was much fun, and I loved how this looked on me. =]


Ya, I know it's kind of 'mallgoth', but I really loved it. =]

And this last picture, I super edited. I like the way it came out.

These three pictures definately sum up the creative part of my day.

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