Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Make Up For Ever Fluo Night

Have you lovelies seen this? It is Fluo Night by Make Up For Ever, basically a glow in the dark makeup product! You can click on the image below for more info.

I think this would be perfect for Halloween!

Have you ever tried any glow-in-the-dark makeup? What are your Halloween plans?


  1. This looks fun for Halloween! I don't have plans yet but maybe I'll dress up for work this year.

  2. Oh cool! Any idea what you will dress up as?

  3. I'm thinking of going to school with creepy makeup on. After all, it is A) on a Monday (i.e. a school day...above all, a MATH class day. Ugh), B) the day after a concert and C) I am really homesick for an old fashioned Halloween. I don't think people here in the 'burbs understand the word "Halloween." Back in the days when I lived on the military bases, the main base turned into Halloween town starting September 30. It was so much fun going around for a whole month seeing the whole base decked out in creepy flying fake bats, opening caskets, fake spider webs, fake cemetery stones....it was great. The hospital even participated. We used to stuff my dad's fatigues and boots with leaves and put a carved Jack O'Latern for it's head a spread fake spider webs everywhere. We had this great screaming orange mat; whenever you stepped on it, it screamed one of those screams you hear in the movies when the villain dies (I loved that mat; my brother was terrified of it. Ha ha ha.) Then, on Halloween night, everyone got dressed (except the parents chauffeuring the kids for trick-or-treating) and the kids trick-or-treated after dark for three hours. It was so much fun. You trick-or-treated around the neighborhood and in the hospital. Kids who were around 9 went in small packs of 3 or 4 kids because it was so safe. I loved the bases. After Halloween, all the decorations came down and it'd become Christmas town the day after Thanksgiving! Ha ha!

    Here, it's the weekend of Halloween, no one decorates and it's during the afternoon. Oh, and if you're 9, forget it. The parents come with you EVERYWHERE. In other words, suckocity. I miss all the grandness of Halloween. So, I'll do again, only on a smaller scale, I think. I'd rather not freeze my butt off for the sake of Halloween. It's REALLY cold where I live! (As in, warranting the electric blanket to be on high and I'm in long sleeve pajamas and I'm still cold, cold. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.)



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