Hey everyone, I know I’ve been MIA for most of October. I’ve been seriously depressed and fighting a lot of anxiety and on top of being a mom, a wife, running social media for a business, exercising, and sleeping, I haven’t had a lot of time. Since my blog is “just for me”, doesn’t bring in any money, and does take up time, it’s fallen by the wayside. I can’t make promises that I will be better but I’m going to try to post more often.
I have product photos, swatches, and a skeleton makeup look with Wet N Wild products to show you today! These are mostly limited edition products from Wet N Wild Fantasy Makers line 2018. Click through for plenty of photos!
Wet N Wild ColorIcon Limited Edition Shade Shifting Blush in Zombie Blush
Wet N Wild Megaglo Highlighting Powder in Not Your Basic Witch
Wet N Wild Megaglo Highlighting Powder in Moonlit Gleam
From top to bottom: Moonlit Gleam, If You’ve Got It Haunt It!, Not Your Basic Witch, Moonstone Mystique, Zombie Blush.
Wet N Wild Paint Pots in White and Black
Swatches of Paint Pots in White and Black. I did think that both of these paint pots are fairly sheer, which is fine if you aren’t covering a lot of space but for large swathes of space (like my chest), it was kind of a pain in the butt.
I did use this tutorial from Brianna Fox for this skeleton makeup look. Of course I started with a bare face and I was going to do step by step photos but ran out of energy. I do wish I had outlined in white instead of black, that would have made blending easier.
Even though I think the teeth came out a bit weird, I think overall it came out really nicely! The Zombie Blush around my eyes lent a bit of red-rimmed eye look, which I thought was a nice touch. If you like this, I appreciate if you’d share on your social media of choice.
Oh – I’ve been playing with the L.A. Colors Blacklight polishes and they are so awesome. I really hope you were able to find them at Walmart when they were available! Manis with those coming soon!