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The Warmth In The Heart Of Vampires – Gothic Makeup Tutorial

The Warmth In The Heart Of Vampires – Makeup Tutorial

This Gothic makeup style that ReeRee Phillips has prepared for us focuses mainly on adorning the eyes, which allow for more experimentation with color, and the way she does it maintains a concise idea of glamour present in the look, with the end result also carrying with it a delicious expression of confidence, which is […]

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Monster Of Winter – Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Winter seems to have finally come, and NsomniaksDream is here to show you how to bring some of that chilly goodness to your Halloween parties with an excellent, breathtaking and absolutely awesome makeup style that looks so realistic and scary you won’t believe it. In her makeup tutorial, she shows you all the steps needed […]

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The Serenity Of Winter Majesty – Makeup Tutorial

You can feel the room getting colder, and if you look closely, you can almost see a fragile sheet of ice forming on the windows of the room while you marvel at this Winter Queen makeup look that NsomniaksDream has created, and that seems to bring with it all the might and beauty of an […]

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Icy Evil – Cold Devil Makeup Tutorial

Emily Jayne FX brings you a cool Winter Devil makeup, because who’s to say winter doesn’t also have its horrors, and the way she produces this look with a combination of blue, white and black tones, plus a myriad of visual effects, do bring forth a look of devilish qualities about the style that make […]

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Game of Thrones: The Winds of Winter – Drinking Game Edition!

I know what you’re thinking. “Gosh Halden! You’ve been writing about Game of Thrones as a job for two years and you have a large tattoo referencing the show on your leg. At this point, it’s not only a large part of your livelihood, but also your identity, isn’t it? So how are you going […]

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