As it’s Halloween tomorrow I thought I would share my Halloween makeup looks from this year. They’re both really easy and largely done with makeup items I already had a home; there’s a glam look and a more gory one too- perfect no matter what look you’re going for! I actually don’t have any plans for Halloween this year, the makeup part is my favourite and I feel like I have already done that through these videos. 
Instead I’ll be at home eating Betty’s Brownies and chocolate whilst drinking tea. The Halloween collection from Betty’s is really pretty and really tasty too: there are cakes, chocolates, biscuits and more. I’m already excited to get my hands on the Christmas one but would highly recommend the cupcake brownies too.
What are your Halloween plans? 

Happy Halloween everyone!

I must admit I feel like it’s been halloween for a while now as I have shared quite a few blog posts with you. You can check them all out here.

Just incase you still don’t have a halloween costume I have include my Halloween video below and if you’re not doing much this halloween why not check out my Lush Halloween blog post for a themed bath time.

Whatever you are doing have fun and stay safe! I would also love to hear what you are dressing up as this year and what you are doing. Leave it in the comments below or tag me on Twitter (@sabrinalovesyou)  and Instagram (@a_littleobsessed)

Halloween is finally tomorrow! 

If you’ve got all your plans sorted but still nothing to wear than I think that Face Lace is the easiest, most effective route to take. Face Lace is available from lots of high-street stores (stockists here) and are lace-like stickers which you apply to your face for a smudge-free, last all day (and night) look. They have a wide range of designs to chose from, so you can achieve any look you like and they’ll save you hours trying to draw the perfect design on with eyeliner. You can use them alone or add to them with more theatrical makeup, possible dark lips and crazy lashes?

Overall the perfect go-to last minute Halloween makeup idea. 

What are you plans for this spooky weekend? 

Just in time for halloween Deborah Lippmann has released six mystical nail polish shades which are designed to be worn alone, layered over other colours or layered over each other. Sadly I only realised this a few minutes ago, they actually look amazing over black polishes but I didn’t get a chance to photograph this.

Dreamweaver is the green/black holographic polish above, after two coats the polish was almost opaque but would have been far more intense layer over a dark polish. I love all the colours in this polish, I think is particularly a great autumn polish.

Dear Mr Fantasy is the above shimmery fuchsia pink which also took a few coats to get opaque although still a little transparent in some lights. Over a dark colour it can almost look purple which I love. Although I’m not usually a huge fan of sheer polishes I do like that it makes these polishes very versatile and you can achieve two looks from each single nail polish.

What will you be having on your nail this halloween?

Deborah Lippmann Fantastical Collection is available here

Just incase you still haven’t got your halloween costume sorted I thought I would share with you some of my favourite Halloween themes pieces. I’m actually still not sure what I am going to dress up as this year but I’m thinking a black cat (maybe Salem from Sabrina the Teenage Witch- get it?!). 
1. Stella McCartney Trick or Treat Tote here
2. River Island Kitten Ears here
3. ASOS Halloween Fang Beanie here
4. Urban Outfitters Velvet Skull Money Bank in Red here
5. ASOS PETITE Exclusive Skeleton Cami Unitard here
6. Topshop Pumpkin Scrunchie here
7. ASOS Reclaimed Vintage Poker Skull Ring here
8. ASOS Halloween Lips Clutch Bag here
9.Accessorize Lace Cornelli Mask here
I’d love to hear what you have planned this year in the comments and what you are thinking of dressing up as.