Tis the season for spooky halloween fun! To celebrate the season, I drew up some fun little onigiri’s dressed up for halloween – we have a pumpkin, a witch, a ghost, and some kitty heads. I had a lot of fun making these!
I had actually drawn the witch one last year but forgot to post it anywhere, ha! So this idea has been floating around my head for an entire year :)
Can you guys believe it’s finally October?? I feel like I’ve been waiting forever for cooler weather. This month I have a few craft projects that have been sitting in my brain for a while, and I can’t wait to share them all!
First up we have a special DIY Unicorn Fall Flower Crown – and it’s so easy. You can easily make material substitutions, and can even forego the unicorn horn for a simple flower crown. These are perfect for a fun and fancy magical halloween costume, or just to add some flair to an everyday look!
One year ago (to the day!), I was lucky enough to go on my dream vacation: Tokyo. One of the factors that terrified me of going was my strange seafood allergy; in particular, white fish. Over the years my allergy has gotten better and I can actually eat shellfish and tuna (not all red fish though – salmon is still a no-go for me). But white fish causes bad reactions and I was so scared that I was going to eat something that would cause a reaction.
I filmed this video talking about how I prepared for the trip, what I researched, and what I did when I was there. I am not a doctor, these are merely my tips, my experience, and my adventure eating in Tokyo.
Also, it apparently takes me a year to edit a video, because I shot this right after I got home and just never got around to finishing it. I also apologize for the rambling nature of the video; it’s one of my first ^^ But…late than never, right? I sincerely hope someone finds this useful!
Whoops, it’s been a while since I’ve done a post! This week I kind of just wanted to show off my new hair – which is a pink ombre! I’ve been dying to have magical colored hair but struggle because I work in a professional setting. So I worked with my hairdresser to do a subtle pink-red, which I’ve been keeping up using Overtone Extreme Pink.
And I love it! The photos don’t capture how vibrant the color is in the sunlight, but it’s subtle enough that no one at work can say anything. Who knows, maybe in the future I’ll go even lighter…