Friday, December 23, 2011

Make it Pink, Make it Blue

Hi!  As you can see, it's rather late for me over here... a little past midnight AND I have work early tomorrow.  But I couldn't sleep without at least putting up a little post.  Here's another Disney-inspired look:

Remember Princess Aurora from Sleeping Beauty?  She had that dress that her fairy godmothers kept switching between pink and blue:

I actually didn't intend for my look to be inspired by Princess Aurora's color-changing dress, but once I was finished, that's immediately what I thought of, check it out:

Lol, because my crease and socket is so shallow, you can only really see the pink when I shut my eyes.  There you go, like magic, pink to blue to pink to blue...

To get this look, I used Junkshow, Deep End, and a little bit of Blackout from my UD 15th Anniversary palette:

Overall look:

Ugh!  My hair is getting sooooooooooo long and my ends are so dead.  You can't see it in the picture, but it's waist-length now.  I'm starting to look like The Grudge:

Maybe I should have asked for a haircut for Christmas.  It's something I'm definitely doing sometime after the new year.  New year, new look.  I'll keep you all posted on what kind of hairstyle I choose. Okie dokie, just keeping it short and sweet.  Time for bed!  Thanks for reading and have a great night! :D



  1. Love this look! Very pretty colors,and fun inspiration

  2. Wow! I love how you used the colors! Very original and everything goes so well together! Is it me or does the blue turns slightly green on the outer edges? It's so great!!!

  3. Thanks Jennifer! :D Deep End is a bright teal that definitely has some greenish-ness to it. As it fades more towards the outer edges, I guess the green becomes more apparent.