In memoriam: Jim, a guy too pretty live and too in love with a lake view when he died. Here more about him. On episode 36 of the #killbykillpodcast available now!
Based off of my dream last night...
I had these wounds on my legs, and they started bleeding super bad. At some point, I was floating around at sea with some buds and I coughed up blood. Before all that, my parents were being abusive (they actually aren't, which bugs me but whatever) and I was trapped and crying and constantly saying how much I wanted to die... the dream wasn't too bad, at some point there was a bunch of barbies being gay and sexy and I crossed a road without getting hit by a car, and it was overall weird, but I can't help but think about all the blood and shit,,, oh boy
It's nearly Halloween 🎃 and @artisanduchocolat have created this totally gruesome and utterly delicious Salted Caramel sauce. Use it to decorate spooky treats or drink it straight from the tap to give your guests a fright! 👻💀👻 #selfridgeslondon#halloween#gore
You do the same damn stink eye as your dad - except it's only half as good, cuz, ya know, you're missing one eye. 💀
Walking Dead - Carl inspired.
@maybelline - FIT me foundation and falsies mascara
@sleekmakeup - Brow Kit.
@seventeen - Define and Conquer contour kit.
@officialsnazaroo - Red Paint
@nyxcosmetics - Liquid Suede colour: Stone (used to darken the eye socket instead of black paint.)
@mehronmakeup - Fake blood.
Liquid Latex. .
Quick steps (literally takes less than half an hour)
1. Using a washable from skin glue stick i covered my eye brow of the affected eye to avoid it being in contact with the liquid latex.
2. Surround the hollow of the eye with glue and stick a cotton wool pad on top. Then cover the edges of the pad and skin with latex layering with tissue to make texture and a smooth blanket affect covering the pad.
3. Using NYX - Liquid Suede colour: Stone to darken the inner corner an centre of the eye, patting it out with a paint brush adding red paint and fake blood.
4. For the rest of the face I used the Seventeen Define and Conquer contour kit to create shadow/bruising.
in january i'll be discharged from camhs and my case is extremely unlikely to be picked up by amhs, which is bullshit. after that, in may, i'll leave school, and lose all the support i had there too. that leaves me with social work- until i move out, because then i'll be in a different catchment area and i'll have no professionals at all. lmao. looks like i'm gonna die