DIY American Horror Story Clown
Perfect for a last minute costume idea!
D.I.Y. Maleficent Halloween Make up
To achieve this look, follow the guide above.
Focus HEAVILY on contouring the nose and cheek bones with a darker shade of green, to enhance the look.
Green to cover the face.
Black for the eyes.
Purple for the eyes.
Gray for the eyes.
Red for the lips.
Dark Red, for the rim of the lips.
“Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin’)”
“Up Down (Do This All Day)”
T-Pain’s fingerprints are all over pop and R&B and hip-hop. He wasn’t the first musician to use Auto-Tune as an instrument — he noticed it on a Jennifer Lopez remix, and remembers “Deep” well — but it was, as he says, his style. For a while, in the mid-2000s, he lived at the top of the charts. He dominated that brief moment of our lives when ringtones were a thing. He was celebrated as an innovator, and he happily took his talents where he was invited, which was everywhere.
But somewhere along the way, somebody got it twisted. “People felt like I was using it to sound good,” says T-Pain, in an interview that will air on All Things Considered. “But I was just using it to sound different.”
He just turned 30, but T-Pain has already done enough to drop a greatest hits album next week. We asked him if he’d grace the Tiny Desk without any embellishment or effects to show what’s really made his career: his voice, and those songs.–FRANNIE KELLEY
The night before Halloween, author, actor, poet, director, and playwright Peter Hayes Brothers will captivate you with performances by talented thespians of the most macabre literary imaginings penned by Poe. Director Peter Brothers will enthrall audiences with works like “The City in the Sea,” “To One in Paradise,” “For Annie,” and excerpts from literary masterpieces like “The Fall of the House of Usher,” and “The Sphinx.”
Fitting the season, Brothers will turn his bookshop audience into accomplices for eerie tales of intrigue, betrayal and supernatural specters. Bring your friends to witness the resurrection of shadowed gothic literature; for only as long as the pendulum swings.
When: Thursday, October 30 @ 7:00pm
Where: Barnes & Noble
4735 Commons Way,
For more information, visit spotlighthearts.org