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halloween 2012

Since some of you had asked if I was dressing up for Halloween and what I had planned for the 31st, here’s a quick instagram-round-up of last night. Follow me @vickyheiler ♥

{with Sonja}

{inspired by Dia de los Muertos – Candy Skull}

{what do you guys think about my new boyfriend?!}

{Sonja made 3 of these to put up around the living room for our little party}

{halloween on our dining table}

{themed drinks & snacks – those martini glasses with the eye-balls were my favorite!!}

{finally home at 4am – makeup & flowers held up}

  1. hanna says:

    Wow Vicky, ich habe deine Fotos bereits auf instagram bewundert!! Schaust so toll aus!! Super Kostüm und Schminke!! :)

    xo hanna

  2. Nadja says:

    well, that’s exactly my costume ;) good job with the make up.

    http://www.violetfleur.com

  3. Alexa says:

    Wow !! that is amazing make up !! Did you do that yourself ? You look fantastic. And the flowers are gorgeous as well !

    http://www.alexavoncanisius.com/blog/

  4. Kristen says:

    Seriously in love with your makeup and hair! Might steal this look next year!

  5. Ca says:

    I can’t believe how pretty you are, you can’t look scary even if you try! Gorgeous look ;)

  6. mia says:

    Fantastisches make up, ich bin begeistert, aber dein Outfit schaut leider mehr als trostlos aus…

  7. oh wow!! das sieht toll aus!! hast du dich selbst so geschminkt?

    http://profdrskinnybitch.blogspot.de/

  8. mia says:

    schminke top, rest naja….

  9. Lola says:

    Hallo vicky!!Mega cooles make up! Allerdings, ich bin mexikanerin und ein “pet peeve” von mir ist dass Amerikaner “Dia de los Muertos “sagen anstatt “Dia de Muertos”..

  10. Lou says:

    Amazing photos and I love the face make up! Amazing!.

    Lou
    http://www.thekeypieces.co.uk

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  12. lippylash says:

    Love the look!! I wanted to go as a skeleton as well!

  13. Super Schmike und Kostüm :)

  14. Juliana says:

    QUE GUAPA!!! – das erinnert mich sooo an Mexiko – perfekt umgesetzt und dazu noch absolut umwerfend!! einfach TOLL : )

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  16. Chrissy says:

    wooooow, wenn das mal nicht gruselig aussieht!!!

    KLASSE GESCHMINKT!!

  17. Rose says:

    Vicky, könntest du mir verraten, wie du das mit den Blumen geschafft hast? Welche Sorte ist das, hast du den vom Floristen knüpfen lassen oder hast du die selber zusammengesetzt, wie hast du das ganze festgesteckt?
    herzliche Grüße!

    • vicky says:

      Liebe Rose,

      leider weiß ich nicht mehr welche Sorte das genau war … aber ich glaube ein riesen Bund hat ca. 7€ gekostet! Dann hab ich einfach beim Bipa noch um 2€ einen Haarreifen gekauft. Am Ende des Haarreifen hab ich dann mit Masking Tape einen Draht befestigt und einfach immer wieder rumgewickelt und damit die Blumen ganz dicht an den Haarreifen gebunden. Und einfach super viele Blumen verwenden, dann wirds so schön dicht :)

      xox Vicky

  18. Julia says:

    Featured you in my post about Lena Hoscheks’ new Collection – big love for your Make Up!

  19. For the first time I explored the depths of the warehouse. There was clutter and filth-and far to the rear there was a door half-shielded by empty metal drums. I rolled them aside to reveal an armored motorcycle as well. Used in the other bank heist, no doubt. I pushed this away too and pulled the door open to reveal a small office, ill-lit by a barred and cobwebbed window. It all looked most attractive. Fighting the depths of fatigue I pushed the scarred desk against the wall, then went to get my cot. Igor was not in sight and I did not miss him. Dragging the cot across the floor diminished my small reserves of energy. Pushing it into the office seemed to take hours. The door opened inwards. There was no lock. Nothing I could wedge under the handle. I leaned against it and looked around. The desk. It was heavy enough to slow someone down if he tried to get in. Give me enough time to wake up. Pushing it across the room depleted my reserves completely. It slammed into place and I slammed down onto the cot, my bundles under me. I crashed.

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