Kate Cusak is resourceful. The artist makes Marie Antoinette wigs crafted entirely with saran wrap: “'There is an exciting ‘a-ha’ moment when someone realizes that there is more to my design then they initially expected,' Cusack says. 'I create polished, elegant work that the ...more
Marie Antoinette Wigs
Queen Marie Antoinette was both loved and despised by her people, but there was one thing that was undisputed: Her exquisite (though often over-the-top style). Big poufy gowns with lots of underwire, towering white wigs, and frilly lace and ruffles made her look like a sparkly ...more
Even though the film has been out for 4 years now, and Antoinette for over 200, there's no reason why you should dress up like Marie Antoinette for Halloween, just like Kirsten Dunst from the movie. If you're interesting, this two-part tutorial will show you how to apply the m ...more
If you're as sick and tired as we are of slutty girls walking around in hiked-up and whored out versions of Snow White and "angel" costumes on Halloween, then you can fight back by turning to the opposite end of the spectrum. No, we're not telling you to dress up like an Amish ...more
This video is a guide on how to apply the Marie Antoinette style of makeup. First you apply a Clinique moisturizer. Then apply a base coat of foundation using a brush. Repeat for a second coat. Using a white eye pencil apply to the eye lids and smooth out with an eye brush ove ...more
Check out this video or eat cake the Marie Antoinette way.
In this beauty how to video brought to you by ELLEgirl, find out how you can apply Marie Antoinette influenced makeup for today's beauty world. This tutorial shows how to get this sexy look that is sweeping the runways.
The Artful Paper Doll demonstrates how to make a Marie Antoinette inspired matchbox. Trace the matchbox template onto a piece of decorative paper. Score the template on the creases and then cut the template out of the decorative paper. Fold the creases up. Affix the creases in ...more
Nothing like a a little blood and gore to get in the Halloween spirit. Nicole Magne of Craftzine demonstrates how to make a convincingly grisly headless Marie Antoinette costume. Brush up on your basic sewing and sculpting skills before you get started. You Will Need Sewing ...more
While this costume makeup look seems inspired by the likes of Louis XIV, it's actually based on a funky dunky Rococo costume worn by a contestsant on "X Factor" named Prince Poppycock. But this look works just as well if you're going as Marie Antoinette or any of her maidens. ...more
Watch this instructional cooking video to prepare a luscious hors d'oeuvre of baked camembert with pears and cranberries. This cheese appetizer can be served on its own or with bread and crackers. Marie Antoinette would be jealous.
Blood, guts, gore- it's precisely what Halloween's good for (plus Halloween candy… especially deep-fried Halloween candy). If your running out of time to behead yourself, then try Instructables member gnatquill's "nice effective quicky if you've left it too late for Halloween" ...more
Sometimes tragedy inspires comedy. Point fingers at those responsible for the oil spill catastrophe this Halloween with Instrutables member frenzy's easy instructions for making your very own (and very sardonic) BP Oil Spill Clean Up Costume. You Will Need: 1 White jumpsuit ...more
Who said the eighties were dead? Well, they might be, but that doesn't mean you can't still rock the hairstyles. Take your hair to new heights by ratting it, which is simply another way of saying backcombing. You Will Need: • A blow dryer • A flat iron • A boar bristle bru ...more
Despite being the main character, Princess Anna from Walt Disney's animated film Frozen does not have the most visually recognizable outfit. That means that the streets will be crowded this Halloween with kids and adults dressed up as the more visually unique characters, like ...more