[Photos] Hot Goth Chicks Throwback Edition

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My friend Zaira posted this on her Facebook this week. It’s pretty much one of my favorite pictures of high school goth girls ever.

 

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[Photos] I Always Feel Like Some House’s Watching Me

I always feel like some houses are watching me...
Yup. Taken near Castro/Lower Haight.

Also, I think this is Halloween appropriate! And, kinda underrated. I mean, I totally get that creepy feeling in the shower, and it probably IS because showers remind me of “Psycho” too much!

[Photo] Hot Goth Chick (With a Gun)

Jamie's got a gun. Hot.
Jamie’s got a gun. Hot.

Every blog needs photos to celebrate beauty, right? I was instantly inspired by this badass pic of Jamie and thought “I need more hot gothy chicks on my blog” and hence, “Hot Goths” was made into a new category on I Swear to Goth. Jamie resides in Brooklyn, where she is pretty much the coolest chick ever. This is all biased: We’ve been friends for many years. And I swear, we’re not related. Follow her on Twitter or something.

Want to contribute? Make sure it’s your own personal photo, you have everyone’s consent and send it my way! Also accepting hot goth boys. Please.

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[Cosmetics] This is My Evil Queen Face

 

 

 

 

You too can look this dark and sinister on a bright and beautiful day!

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What I used: A mineral based foundation in powder format (which is messy and I HATE IT but it has nice coverage and doesn’t ruin my skin).  This specific one is L’Oreal’s True Match Naturale gentle mineral make-up. Has some SPF in there too. The blush is a MAC limited color called “Giggle” but if I had to redo this face, I would use their “Coygirl” blush instead as it has less pink and more purple tone.  This would compliment the eyeshadows better. The eyeshadows are all in the same palette: Maybelline Eyestudio Limited Edition in “Autumn Dream”. I used the cream color from the crease to browline, the navy color for the lid and the pinkish-purple for the crease. As a base for the eyeshadow, I used one of MAC’s paints in “Untitled”. I applied it with my finger to blend it evenly and it holds the shadows in place like a primer would, but evens out the color of the eyelid skin to make a nice, clean canvas. I used a slim angled brush and MAC’s “Print” shadow to fill in my eyebrows. Black mascara on top and bottom lashes (Covergirl Lash Blast Length). Black eyeliner (MAC)  only on the bottom of the eye. And the lip color is “Chic” by Sephora.

Now I’m going to go marry a King and torment his daughter into my own personal slave out of sheer envy. Or go to class, whatever.