From “A Complete Guide to Special Effects Makeup”.
Currently obsessed with Grey City’s Wylie Bootie. I might actually trade in my biker boots for these for the steamy New Orleans summer that I’m headed into.
Using cotton string and glue, artist Caitlin T. McCormack sculpts unnervingly delicate and intricate bird and animal skeletons.
“These works betoken an attempt to construct a personal taxonomy through the collation of symbols embedded in esoteric contexts. Each article imparts an obscure disclosure, which oscillates between sincerity and self-indulgent reticence.”
See more of her works on her po…
The downside to shoes handmade by one dude in Portugal is, he doesn’t make a whole lot of shoes. His Etsy store, Machado Handmade, is pretty bare. The upside is, if you can convince him to make you a pair, these are the witchiest witch-poo boots ever. I’m pretty sure just owning a pair will get your broomstick off the ground, and they probably come with a little black kitten stuffed in the toe.
NOTE: This is part two of an ongoing series wherein I attempt to let my hair go gray without looking like a crazy person. You can find the first part HERE.
With hair, as with most things in life, I tend to think that the best plan is to start with the simplest solutions, and if those fail, move on to more complex things. Here’s where I am at the beginning of the week. All that lighter, coppery…