Halloween is just a few weeks away. Do you know what you’ll be this year? Why resort to cliches like ‘scary witch’ or ‘sexy nurse’ when MAC has ten Halloween inspired face charts with step-by-step instructions? Behold…the power of makeup.
Amphibian: A cool blue pool of shimmery aqua-reflections create your water sprite look. Float through the parade. Do the Wave.
Night Bloom: Fantasy blooms at midnight. Beautiful and expressive. This exotic floral arrangement will likely attract a few B’s (that’s boys).
Colour Spill: Colourful, minimal, abstract, modern, this Colour Spill loves to hang out where art’s the thing. If this is your canvas, your best accessory might be a frame.
Tronika: Part Robot, with a glimpse of Human, Tronika shows she’s hard-wired for Halloween techno-glamour.
Tribal: A striking mask of universal symbols. For all those new-age tribalists who consider Halloween a ritual.
She’s A Doll: Wide-eyed and with apple cheeks! A dolly mix of cutie and sweetie. Adorable!
Woody: A natural beauty. A woodsy nymph. Adroitly drawn lines in earthy organic tones articulate the look of wood. A tree-mendous look for eco-girls and -boys.
Space Diva: She comes from Out There. Her glittering metallic spaced-out looks make her a sexy, enigmatic rave at any Halloween party.
Skull Meister: Mr. Bones has nothing to hide – and dares you to expose your finest features – in ghoulish black and white. The ultimate shape and contour: X-ray style.
Play The Fool: With a little face painting, elements of this Renaissance harlequin prepare you for a mad-happy night of clowning around.
Boost Up Color Drops can be used to extend salon hair colorings and keep color fresh – or to instantly brighten, darken or add warmth to your regular hair color. In addition to its color enhancing properties, the product also moisturizes, invigorates, and conditions and replenishes lost protein. The best part? One shampoo and it’s back to the old you. “It’s like cosmetics for your hair,” Paves says.
Boost Up Color Drops are available in six shades: Beige, Black, Brown, Honey, Platinum and Red.
Get a .96 oz bottle for $39.95. Or purchase the Color Booster Explorer Kit from HSN (which includes a full-sized bottle of the Boost Up Color Drops plus shampoo, conditioner, shine serum and hair spray from Ken Paves’ new Healthy Hair line) for the same price. This is a no-brainer.
Hosted by Danielle Fishel (aka Topanga from Boy Meets World), this show takes an irreverent look at the weekly mishaps and meltdowns of celebrity fashion and lifestyle.
If you’re a Spoiled Pretty regular, you’re gonna love this show. It’s like The Soup for the ladies.
The Dish is one of my new favorite guilty pleasures…along with VH1’s Glam God (hosted by tranny-esque Vivica A. Fox) and The Cho Show. Watch them while your man is in the other room, or out doing ‘man’ things.