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October 2015

Skeleton hand makeup

Okay…even if you don’t have your perfect costume you can still rock this skeleton hand. Either you want to be skeleton or just spice up your costume, make it a bit scarier, follow this quick tutorial on how to make it.

  1. apply some hand cream on your hand (it would be easier to take the makeup off later)
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  2. follow the pictures below to draw lines (I used black kajal pencil for drawing, a gel eyeliner would work too.)PhotoGrid_1446116278673
  3. Fill in the blank space, between your fingers with the black pencil. Take a black eyeshadow and blend it a bit on the non-coloured areas.PhotoGrid_1446116369602
  4. Correct little details that you might miss. And there you go !IMG_20151029_115212

I wish I could describe you the steps more, but it’s hard. Just try to follow the pictures I’ve posted and don’t forget to be creative. This is just an example how you can do it. You can add your own ideas to it or change it completely.

Have fun !

Nusha

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Halloween mummy hot dogs

The recipe I am going to show you today is so easy and quick to make. If you are looking for a last-minute snack than this is it. You don’t need a lot and it’s also fun to do. You could make those with your friends, by yourself or even with little kids. Maybe even make it an activity on a Halloween party ? ( I don’t know, I’m just trying to help).

This is not my idea, it’s more like a recreation. In the “original” recipe you need some hot dogs and a can of Pillsbury crescent dinner rolls. First of all I have no idea what the heck is this supposed to be. A dough inside of a can that you bake and get crescent dinner rolls ? I’ve never heard of it before, nor have I seen it. It might be the fact that my country does not have that or that I’m just stupid.

I still wanted to make those so I used the pizza dough instead. It works just fine and they turned out great !

So the very first thing you have to do is to make dough or buy it if that’s what you want. Then roll it out and cut vertical lines like in the picture below.IMG_20151027_170618 IMG_20151027_170908 IMG_20151027_171102

And there comes the fun part. Take your “dough lines” and wrap them around hot dogs like so:

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If you think that they are to big, you can cut them on half before wrapping dough around them. When you are finished, put them in a preheated oven on 205 °C for 20-25 minutes.

They supposed to look something like this at the end. Add some mustard for the eyes and you are finished !

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I have to admit that not all of them were perfect. Some of them popped and I’m not sure why. Maybe I should cut little lines in them before baking …IMG_20151027_171949

I hope that this doesn’t happen to you !

Bon appétit !

Nusha

Vietnam life #3

This is the last group of pictures of Vietnam life. I hope you enjoy watching these. If you do, let me know in the comments, so I can do more posts like that. Enjoy !

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Vietnam life #2

This is the #2 of Vietnam life pictures. Make sure to check #1 (previous post) as well !

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Vietnam life #1

These pictures were given to me, so I can share them with you now. I’ve already written about Vietnam in one of my posts where I tried different stuff from there. You can see it here, if you haven’t yet.

Those pictures are just some that I like the most. They are all special on their own way. They are representing the life of Vietnam people. There are so many that I’m gonna make more posts about it. I would love to tell you how it was and what do they represent, but I wasn’t there, so it’s not the same.

Here you go.

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