GET READY WITH ME
Step 1: I was my hair as usual with my sea salt shampoo, but use a hair mask and leave it on for 15 minutes while I get on with making sure I'm squeaky clean. It looks like I have makeup on here, I don't I just have abnormally thick, dark eyelashes.
Step 2: Moisturise, Face mask and fake tanning. I put a face mask on, I prefer the clear ones you can peel off, but I had this mud mask with aloe vera in and wanted to soothe my skin. I then moisturise my knees, elbows, ankles and wrists before tanning my entire body, I won't put you through the agony of a visual of this, but I basically just get naked and cover myself in the stuff. I use St Moriz because it's cheap and has a nice colour to it, and doesn't smell horrid.
Step 3: Once I look something like this, I wash my face mask off being very careful not to get anything on my fake tan. If I do, I just go over the bits I've got water on. I'm not sure why I don't just leave tanning until my face mask, I guess I get bored. Then I get my surroundings ready, including music and candles.
Here we go, I like mood lighting, and it's not as dark as it appears in this photo, I can still see what a mess I'm making of my face and hair. My red berry candle was a Christmas present, and sits in a little crystal bowl I got from a charity shop.
Step 4: I then do my nails... Pretty self explanatory!
Step 5: Face makeup - I start with Estee Lauder's Matte Perfecting primer, it's not got too much silicone in so lets the skin breathe. I then go on with a mix of MAC's Studio Fix and Bourjois' healthy mix foundations, with MAC's Mineralise Skin Finish powder over the top. I conceal with basically whatever is handy at the time, and highlight with Yves Saint Laurent's Touche Eclat.
Step 6: Eye makeup - I use MAC's paint pot in painterly as a base, for the eyeshadow to cling to, and go over with Illamasqua's cream gold eyeshadow over my mobile lid for more vibrance. I then use a mix of colours from the Urban Decay Naked and Naked 2 palettes, usually Naked and Halfbaked over my lid and whichever colour takes my fancy for my crease to smoke it out. I then tight line, curl my lashes and apply a coat of Diorshow and Shu Uemura mascara, because I like massive eyelashes but tend not to wear falsies.
For my lips I went nude tonight so I just lined them with a nude lip liner and went over them with lip balm.
Step 7: I wore a black skater style dress from TopShop, a thrifted soft leather jacket with fur trim, and some new underwear I'd bought. I have a thing for nice underwear...
Step 8: Grab a friend and drink until the morning.
Try not to acquire anyone else's belongings.
LETS MAKE ANTLERS.
Step 1: Make your antler shapes using tin foil.
Step 2: Using newspaper and (I used) wallpaper paste, papier mache over the tin foil. You won't need as much paste as I made, I went a bit crazy. You will need a few layers, though. (Cigarettes optional)
Step 3: Hot glue gun them to a wide headband, make sure they balance properly and are at a good height on your head.
Step 4: Paint and decorate with flowers/butterflies/leaves etc.
Step 5: Wear.