10.22.2014

Bento Report, V.3

It's that time again! What's for lunch, Jen?

Bento Report, V.3

  1. Edamame on a stick, because cute
  2. Mini Tupperware o'vitamins
  3. Hard-boiled egg (in a sweet holder) from Kawaii Japanese Outlet (now closed, boo)
  4. Leftovers: Quinoa cooked in miso broth with broccoli
  5. Tiny Greek salad skewers: kalamata olives, cucumber, and feta

Bento Report, V.3

  1. Edamame nuggets from Trader Joe's
  2. Babybel white cheddar cheese
  3. Clementine orange
  4. Kiwi fruit
  5. String cheese chunks and grapes on skewers
  6. Mini Tupperware o'vitamins

Bento Report, V.3

  1. Grape tomatoes and kalamata olives
  2. Gardein fishless filets
  3. Kiwi fruit
  4. Mini Tupperware o'vitamins
  5. Babybel with star cutout
  6. Home-made tartar sauce (w/Veganaise)
  7. Edamame on skewers

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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10.20.2014

Season of the Witch

Season of the Witch
boots - MooShoes / leggings - Target / dress - target / glasses - ASOS / necklace - etsy
I don't actually like taking outfit photos at work. Mostly because I don't like work, and I don't identify myself in that job/role anymore, yet I'm forced to perform the song-and-dance every day. It's depressing to see myself in that setting. Maybe that's why I'm so drawn to all-black all the time, more so than ever before in my life. My outer can match my inner.

I'm pretty excited about some new items and accessories I've acquired lately in this whole aesthetic. (Sidenote: I'm also excited to now be able to wear my wedding rings again!)

Season of the Witch

My simple black t-shirt dress from Target was first featured on this post, where it looks slightly more cheerful with a colored scarf and some tights. Today though is leggings and combat boots, and my new necklace, which I purchased almost immediately after seeing it on Suski at Desperate Hell. I found mine on Etsy from a shop called Boholysm.

I'd been searching for the perfect round sunglasses for a while now, and was excited to find them for only $10 on ASOS.com! If you're looking for sunglasses, this is a great place to shop, as the price range and style range is HUGE. Great selection!

Season of the Witch

The only downside to a crescent moon necklace is that it's basically a giant hook that gets stuck on everything. I've pulled the jump ring twice already and replaced it with a new (hopefully stronger) one. Whoops.

Season of the Witch

My trusty old well-worn combat boots. I'm always searching for new shoes, but these never let me down.

Season of the Witch

Glasses selfie detail. Somebody tell this gurl to put on some lipstick, dang!

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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10.19.2014

Five Natural Makeup Halloween Looks !


(This article was written by Natalie Slater on behalf of Abe's Market)

Eye of newt, and toe of frog. Wool of bat, and tongue of dog. Does that sound like the ingredients list on your Halloween makeup? Ditch the scary chemicals and try these easy fright night looks created with natural cosmetics! Use code COSTUME to save 25% on natural makeup through TODAY - 10/19! Want to create your own creepy Halloween look? Try Abe's Market's natural face and body paint set!

Hipster Kitty Makeup: Just a dab of pink lip gloss on the nose, black whiskers drawn with black waterproof eye pencil, your favorite lipstick, a pair of cat-eye glasses and some pointy ears and you've got yourself a cute kitty look that won't scare your skin!

Vegan Zombies Eat Graaaaaiins: Use a kabuki brush to apply a matte brown beige eye shadow all over the face and neck to give the skin a sallow look. Brush a matte green shadow onto the highest points of the face - brow bones, cheekbones and chin, and use matte black shadow in the hollows of the cheeks. Blend matte black and eggplant eye shadow around the eyes for a haunted, undead look! 

Easy Day of the Dead Makeup: Using a foundation brush, apply a very light shade of foundation to the whole face and neck. Use a long wear black eyeliner to draw symmetrical patterns on the forehead, cheeks and chin, and to create a skeletal grin across the mouth. Use that same black eye liner to black out the nose, and to draw ornate circles around the eyes. Use black creme eye shadow to fill in the circles, creating the look of empty sockets. Use a waterproof gel lip liner in a bright shade such as red or purple to accent the black patterns.

Simple Pin-Up Makeup: Curl your lashes, then use black gel eyeliner along your upper lashes. To create a cat eye, close your eye and trace a finger along your upper lid's crease. When you feel the bone of your socket, mark that spot with a dot of liner. Placing the tip of the pencil on the dot, draw a line to the outer corner of your eye, thickening as you go. A coat of black mascara, pink cheeks and red lips complete the look.

"Pretty" Scary Vampire: 
Using your foundation brush, create a deathly pale, monochromatic skin tone by heavily applying a light powder foundation all over the face. Create dramatic cheek bones by applying deep brown bronzer or grey shadow with a contour brush on a diagonal starting from your ears along the underside of your cheekbones almost to the corners of your mouth. For the perfect cryptic-looking lip, apply a deep purple lip tint and use a dark purple or black eyeshadow at the corners of the mouth to create an ombre effect. Vamp up your brows by accentuating the highest point of your arch with a dark brown eyeliner pencil and fill in with dark brown shadow using an angled brush.


...but wait, there's more! Abe's is offering a FREE Vegan Halloween Recipe e-book download! Click on the banner above to get yours! Woo hoo!

Rock On,
Jen @ Hell Razor
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