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Easy Everyday Contouring and Highlighting

Contouring and highlighting has been a huge makeup trend in recent years, and with good reason - you can use concealer to achieve more defined cheek bones, to make your lips look bigger, and my personal favorite - to hide a double chin. And despite all of the intricate tutorials out there, I want to show you that it can actually be quick an easy!

The first trick is to start with the right concealer shades. First, let’s get one thing straight: when I say highlighter, I do not mean the super light and shimmery highlighter that should only be reserved for above the cheekbones. I’ve seen all too many makeup vloggers apply that all over, from the forehead to the tip of the nose, to the cupid’s bow and the chin. Those however, are rather places for a creamy skin-tone concealer.


How to Pick the Right Shade of Concealer

For the highlights, you want a concealer that is one to two shades lighter than your foundation. If you just go one shade lighter, as I have, pick one with a yellow tone, so y…

25 Spooky Halloween Party Foods


A Halloween celebration doesn't have to be all cupcakes and popcorn balls (though those are yummy too). But why should the kids have all the fun? My husband and I love to dress up, and of course we love the treats too!

Whether you plan to have friends and family over for Halloween while the kiddos go trick o' treating, or if you want to throw a grown-up spooky dinner party this Halloween; you'll want to serve something festive yet sophisticated. Here are 25 fun Halloween party food ideas adults will love.



1. Zombie Head Cheese by Not Martha (pictured above)

2. Black Velvet Halloween Layer Cake by Food Plus Words

3. Eyeball Martini by Martha Stewart

4. Red Velvet Eyeball Cake Balls via Food & Wine

5. Decadently Dark Candy Apples by Matt Armendariz and Adam Pearson via Delish.com


6. Tentacle Pot Pie by Not Martha (pictured above)

7. Pork Dumplings with Chile-Sesame Sauce (resemble hearts in a jar) from Food & Wine via Delish.com

8. Chocolate Spiderweb Cupcakes via cookinglight.com

9. Eye Popping Tomato Soup by Martha Stewart

10. No-Bake Spiderweb Cheesecake by Martha Stewart


11. Mummy Baked Brie by Lindsey Johnson via Babble (pictured above)

12. Black Cauldron Spiked Ice Cream via cookinglight.com

13. Bocconcini Eyeballs with "Blood" Salsa via cookingchanneltv.com

14. Puff Pastry Witch's Brooms via ivillage.com

15. Devilish Eggs via myrecipes.com


16. Spiderweb Hummus Dip by Amy Flanigan at Very Culinary (pictured above)

17. Cheddar Eyeballs via ivillage.com

18. Orange and Black Pasta with Pumpkin Sauce via Created by Diane

19. Bloody Soup Shots by Woman's Day via Delish

20. Witch Finger Cookies by Recipe Girl


21. Halloween Ribs with (Bell Pepper) Stabbed Heart via BHG.com (pictured above)

22. Cheddar and Black Sesame Cheese Straws via myrecipes.com

23. Breadstick Bones via pillsbury.com

24. Spiderweb Pizza Spread via kraftrecipes.com

25. Monster Eye Sausage Balls via myrecipes.com


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  1. Everything looks super good! Thanks for sharing!

    xo Corina
    http://unbouquetdamour.com/five-ways-happy/

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  2. I'm now going to organise a Halloween dinner party, and it's definitely going to have tentacle pot pie and zombie head cheese on the menu!
    Thanks for sharing these great ideas!
    Julia x
    http://www.thevelvetrunway.com

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