Finding Paola‘s impeccably dressed racial justice superheroines Dazzle, Pao Pao, and Bionica are back in a new shoot called Crime Fighting in Midtown. This one comes with a backstory about a sex-trafficking crime boss the ladies are out to foil.
Am I the only one starting to hope for a feature film here?
Mystery and Benevolence: Masonic and Odd Fellows Folk Art from the Kendra and Allan Daniel Collection
Mystery and Benevolence is a new exhibit running from January 21st to May 8th at the American Museum of Folk Art in New York City. Showcased are over 200 works of art from a variety American fraternal orders and secret societies including the Oddfellows and Masonic societies. This unusual display comes from the private collection of Kendra and Allan Daniel, who we can only assume assume throw the very best parties.
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Hey guys! It’s been a few weeks since our last video post, but we’re starting the New Year with a long list of post ideas, and first up is my much requested pale-girl foundation routine. This is my total full-coverage-hide-all-the-weird-shit-on-my-face face, and this combo of products is what I’ve found works on me the best.
We’d love to hear what your favorite products and tricks are in your foundation routine!
† † Here are all the products I used in this video † †
† Urban Decay B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
† Mac Strobe Cream
† Kat Von D Lock-It Featherweight Primer
† NYX Cosmetics Color Correcting Concealer
† Kat Von D Lock-It Foundation in Light 45
† Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Complete Coverage Concealer in Light Neutral
† NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Chantilly
† Cover FX Matte Setting Powder in Light
† Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Ethereal
† Anastasia Beverly Hilly Cream Contour in Light
† Kat Von D Shade + Light Contour Palette
I never met David Bowie. After a while it almost became a game: I only had one hero left, and it was him.
For the last 36 hours, the internet has been made entirely of David Bowie. There is not much that we here at Haute Macabre can add to what has been said, although certainly like all of you we were deeply influenced by the man, the music, and the (usually) impeccable fashion sense. But of all the tributes circulating, this one is well worth a read.
Yesterday Neil Gaiman released a short story from Trigger Warning on his website, where he tells the myth of the origin of David Bowie.
It lives here: The Return of the Thin White Duke.