Friday, October 14, 2011

Almost time for Japan!

In less than a couple days, we'll be flying off to Japan. It's going to be awesome!! I can't believe it's already here! I'm freaking out, this is so awesome. :)

I caught a bit of a cold earlier in the week though, but with a lot of rest I've gotten and pretty much over dosing on drugs and medications, I've gotten a lot better!

Can't wait to go to the GazettE live!! We have front row seats! I don't know how we managed to get those but I'm freaking out *__*!!

I guess my next update will be after the trip...lots and lots of pictures :) Until then! ♥

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Meet Kaiyouko

This is my friend's Abio Angel Doll Ba. (Or I think it's a Ba, I'm not really sure, and I don't think she knows either..) At first Keiko asked me to help her with sewing and making clothes, but the first lesson turned into me redoing the faceup for her doll. When I first saw her doll, I noticed that she looked like of like an alien. She had strong eyeliner around her eyes, but everything else was very plain. Cold and robotic lady...
I also noticed, the gloss that was used by the company was turning yellow!! So...I decided to give her a make over with Keiko's permission :)

Unfortunately, I don't have any before pictures of her company face up because my computer fried and I lost everything that was on my computer. So...we'll just have to look at the after shots :)!

Keiko asked for a simple and natural face up and overall the effect greatly changed her appearance from before. She commented that her doll looked a lot more happier, I personally think she looks very sweet :) I really like the green eyes and when I finished the face up, I told Keiko that she would probably look better with brown hair, since it would match her skin tone and eyes better. Her doll had this curly blonde wig that just didn't work...but she had an extra brown wig...which I decided to re-style. The end result is what you see in the photo. I cut a good 7" off that wig and braided it. Too bad I didn't take a picture of what it looked like was really strange! It was parted into two ponytails and was messily curled at the bottom...I didn't like it, and I don't think Keiko did either. So...I had a good time with my scissors :)!

We'll hunt for more accessories for her doll in Japan, so she'll probably get a new look soon!