Voodoo Ive Got Friends On The Other Side

| Friday, February 24, 2012 | |

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Wow, looky here, I've never ever, ever mentioned this GIVEAWAY in my blog...never ever. So you should...ignore it? WRONG! Please enter away and please note it may even be extended because of college madness, I'll be sure to keep you posted Now, onto my post! 
 For today's look as a continuation of my Disney Villains look I did *drumroll* Dr. Facilier from "The Princess and the Frog." And I have to say I absolutely looooove his character, his voice, his song, ahhhh! I even sang his song "Friends on the Other Side" for an audition :3 which worked out nicely with my edging on baritone voice for singing, hahai'mamanwhat?hhahaha...anyway, this was kind of a more...creative interpretation of his character as opposed to a literal one.  Close-up on the eye The Doctor himself God, it was sooooo hard to get a decent picture of this, curse my ability or lack there of to capture a decent picture, stresss. Anyway, I got a lot of my inspiration from Dr. Facilier's shadow (hence the shadowing/mirroring of the eyelashes) and some good old fashioned voodoo potions and things associated with all that jazz. The color palette is derived from the character's colors (purple mainly).  I used Eyeko's purple eyeliner and Urban Decay 24/7 Eyeliner in actually every purple color they make alongside liquid liner in Perversion. The purple glitter was of the Nyx variety and the lashes are from EyesLipsFace. The "smoke" was because of this character's frequent use of smoke and even glittery smoke :D. I chose feather lashes because of some voodoo items that were in Facilier's parlor. Voodoo for real creeps me out to no end, but when using cute feather lashes, it doesn't seem as scary...

My lip color was a mix of NAR's Lipstick in Funny Face and Revlon's Orchid with an unnamed (for real) Nyx Gloss that was magenta in color. I darkened my eyebrows with NARS' Eyeshadow in Night Bird. All of these villains have such dark brows!

On another note, my blog keeps on getting referred by a goth dating site...what hell? I have some major confusion over that one. Maybe it's because I'm into the Disney Villains, haha. And otherwise I have been sups busy packing for college and buying for college and reading books when I should be looking at and memorizing monologues...whoops? And only two more days of work, eeeek! Summer went by oh so quickly. Until my next post...


Suggested reading (pdf e-books):
Hilda Roderick Ellis - Road To Hel A Study Of The Conception Of The Dead
Howard Phillips Lovecraft - The Tree On The Hill
Margaret Alice Murray - The God Of The Witches

History Of Voodoo

| Saturday, February 4, 2012 | |

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First let me say that Voodoo Spells are real. Anyone man or women(white or Black) wanting to become an apprentice on voodoo spells and magical incantations should practice safety and use my article as a guide to invoke the black magic of the healing God Obeah, some of you with roots in the West Indies and Africa may already have the dormant skills required to tap into this mystical energy,so you have a leg up on others, you may ask why is the magical tradition,strength,and potency of Obeah so much stronger in places like Jamaica, Haiti, and to a lesser degree New Orleans Voodoo?  Because Jamaica is one of three most powerful centers of mystical power on the face of the earth,and the most powerful in the western hemisphere.If you want a custom magical spell cast contact me with your desires.(information remains confidential) I bet you did not know that the greatest Obeah man in the history of the West Indies was none other then Bob Marley a powerful Duppy Conqueror, the rastafarian movement originated partly because practitioners of the ancient art wanted to organize a movement against the English Imperialists. Bob Marley in his ancient wisdom implanted his mystical Obeah power into every single one of his songs. "If you listen closely you can here, Its the sound of a natural mystic coming through the air" Bob Marley words in one his more famous songs.The fact that he chose music to chanel his mystic powers magnified the potency of the obeah spell. To this day if you listen to a Bob Marley song you will be cast in the spell of the hypnotic music which is why alot of europeans have discovered that using canabis as a spring board to heighten those hypnotic effects can increase your dream like other wordly experience when listening to the music.
Suggested reading (pdf e-books):
Anonymous - History Of Nordic Runes P5
Howard Phillips Lovecraft - History Of The Necronomicon

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