Dear friends, fans and felines,
Yes! I think I finally figured out what makeup to wear to Thanksgiving dinner this Thursday.
What do you think?
I was sure you’d like it, so I put together this quick tabby tutorial.
There’s glitter, which you know I love — you can never go wrong with a little spark and funky style — but it’s also themed and holiday appropriate.
After last weekend’s giant Thanksgiving to-do, this week’s actual Thanksgiving dinner will just be a small fête for the employees here at the office…mostly just my assistant and her man servant/significant other.
I’ve met him before. Nice enough chap… Strong hands.
I just couldn’t handle another big party, ya know? Not with everyone saying, “Tabs! Tabs! Tabs! Look over here! Look at this!” And there’s always that one person scratching at the floor to get my attention or waving something around. I can’t help but look, of course, even when I don’t want to. It’s exhausting.
Oh! And then someone always has to bust out the laser toy or my feather stick, and then I end up running around and jumping at the walls like a fool.
I just have to be smarter than that and not put myself into those kinds of situations…
Anywho, I really hope you give this look a try. I think you’ll look great.
- Apply a metallic bronze loose pigment to the inner half of your lids with a flat eyeshadow brush (I wet my brush first to really amp up the color).
- Clean the remaining eyeshadow on your flat eyeshadow brush with a paper towel. Then, rewet the brush head, and apply the copper loose pigment to the outer half of your lid. Now wait for both eyeshadows to dry…
- Seamlessly blend the bronze and copper eyeshadows together with a tapered crease brush.
- Trace your upper lash line with black liquid liner, and flick out the edge, going up and out.
- Draw a little autumn leaves flourish just above the bronze and copper eyeshadow with a brown, and yellow (or gold), liquid liner.
- Finish with your most flirty, fabulous pair of false lashes.
P.S. Really though, please do not try this at home on cats. I know you already know this, but Tabs does not advocate putting actual makeup on cats.
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