Day of the Dead(Día de los Muertos)is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and around the world in other cultures. The holiday starts at midnight of October 31 and continues till November 2nd, focusing on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. Unlike North American Halloween tradition which death is something to be feared, Day of the Dead – or Dia de los muertos actually celebrates it and welcomes all the departed spirits home. There are many artwork created in the spirit of Día de los Muertos, which is meant to show the duality of life and make death a part of life. Bright color and symbol like calaveras(skull) are widely used in those creation. And Recently, a highly artistic style of make-up design using calaveras(skull) has been developed, which combines stunning face paint with various flowers, beads and any other props. Here are 17 Amazing photos of “Día de los Muertos” Makeup Art, take a look and hope it gives you some inspiration for your skull party look.
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As Halloween rapidly approaches, many folks are in hot pursuit of spooky costumes, delicious candy, and the finest carved pumpkins. When talk about pumpkin carving, we had to mention “Ray Villafane’s Pumpkin”. Since we couldn’t clone Ray, we did the next best thing by introducing Ray and his partners’ awesome work to the world. This year, the team — including Ray Villafane, Andy Bergholtz, Trevor Grove, Chris Vierra and Alfred Parades — has created new gruesome, gross, and Halloween horrors that will have you wishing for better carving skills. As Ray said “When you put a cool face on the pumpkin it feels almost animated, like you’ve bought the pumpkin to life.” You can find more amazing pumpkin carving on Villafane Studios’s offical site or follow them on their facebook page.
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Zombie is one of the most Halloween themes and today we are talking some interesting designs that inspired by zombie. Some of them are pretty cute, like Zombie plush slippers and Zombie Head Cookie Jar; while some are really creep such as Zombie Door Stop and Zombie Pencil Holder. The Zombie Head Gumball Machine is one of the most gross zombie gadgets I’ve ever seen, and I can’t imagine get gumball from its tongue at all.
It is not Halloween yet but the model Clémentine Levy has already gotten ready with one of the most fantastic skeleton makeup. Titled “She Has Waited Too Long“, this hauntingly gorgeous photo series are the work of Fashion photographer Pauline Darley, make up artist Mademoiselle Mu and hairstylist Sophie Haise or Ever Magazine. Terrific work! [source]
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