Diabolical

Monday, October 31, 2011

I remember how my friend, Toki, calls me his diabolical daughter. I call him my mother whenever we tease each other. I guess the reason why he calls me that is because we always do mischief together.

He didn't expect me to catch his drift. Haha. I love you mom!

Anyway, that's why when I saw my dad carrying the devil's horn headband, I grabbed it immediately. I was running out of time so I planned to channel my diabolical side.

While rushing to put on our outfits and make-up, my best friend's plan of putting some fake wounds with oozing blood did not work out. So we used her eyeliner to put some dark shadows on our eyes and we used my MAC lipstick to have that sexy-vixen-but-still-scary-look.

Thank God it worked.

What I wore: black dress from Bangkok • black tights & wedges Forever 21
So what was your costume and what did you do this Halloween?

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