Based in Somerset, UK, Tara Fae is available for face painting and fantasy make up at events and festivals both within Somerset and further afield. Whether a child or adult, Tara can wave her magic make-up wand and transform you into anything your heart desires!Filed under Beauty | Comment (0)
My hair sparkles with copper glints thanks to the Faery Goddess Mother, Dancing Hands. Her fHairy strands come in a selection of super delicious colours to add some faerie magic to your tresses. If you are not lucky enough to have them installed by Dancing Hands in person, you can buy them online and install them yourself – a handy video tutorial shows you how it is done.Filed under Beauty | Comment (0)
Armed with a never ending selection of glitters and colours, Kate of Faerie Make-up creates magical looks for Faerie Folk of all persuasions. Ranging from subtle enough for every day wear to high glamour (Faerie glamour of course), each themed tutorial comes with detailed instructions and clear pictures so you can have fun recreating the make-up for yourself. For a small fee you can subscribe to ‘The Goblin’s Vanity’, a special newsletter containing even more tutorial, hits, tricks, contests and more.Filed under Beauty | Comment (1)
Choosing the perfect tattoo is a tricky business, particularly if you aren’t exactly sure what you are looking for. Those of you considering a faery or fantasy design should take a peek at Enchanted Tattoos, who have collected together some of the finest contemporary fantasy artists for your inspiration. A small fee provides you with a high-resolution image and a usage permission letter. 100% of the profits go to the artist, so you will be supporting the people creating the art you love.Filed under Beauty | Comment (1)
Fantasy artist Carol Ochs is also a soap maker, and her new venture combines both these interests in the form of Wylde Faerie Soaps. These scrummy looking soaps are hand crafted and contain carefully selected ingredients known to be wildly attractive to the Faerie Folk. Although a real Faerie sighting isn’t guaranteed after using the soap, they will get you clean and make you smell nice! There are seven soaps to choose from, including such scents as Rose, Lavender & Honeysuckle and Fern, Moss & Mushroom.Filed under Beauty | Comment (1)
Luscious aromatherapy bath and body products handmade in Canada are to be found in The Faery’s Tub. The range includes soaps, bath bombs, body care, hair care and more, all ethically sound and where possible, containing only natural ingredients. Choose yummy sounding scents such as Queen Mab (Frankincense, Lavender, Patchouli, Ylang Ylang & Clove) and Solstice (Patchouli, Clove & Spearmint with crushed Juniper berries).Filed under Beauty | Comment (1)
Bringing art to fragrant life, Mystic Memories has created a range of bath and body products based around the art of a number of leading fantasy artists, including Jessica Galbreth, Renee Biertempfel, Jasmine Beckett-Griffith, Jane Starr Weils and others. The scents take their inspiration from the individual artworks and are available as high quality perfume oils, along with body lotions, shampoo and conditioner, shower gel and sea salt scrubs. All the products are hand made and come nicely packaged (with waterproof labels!), and gift sets are available.Filed under Beauty | Comment (1)
Exotic perfumers Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab have introduced two new scents to their Stardust line, based on Neil Gaiman’s novel of the same name.
Fairy Wine ~ An ethereal vintage, steeped with dandelion, honey, and red currants.
Lady Una ~ Honey musk, green tea leaf, blackberry leaf, vanilla bean, and fae spices.
All proceeds from sales of the Stardust perfume oils goes to the Comic Book Legal Defence Fund.
Up From the Ashes is a joint venture to promote Rebecca and Julia’s creations. Rebecca makes wings and accoutrements for mythical creatures. The wings are of a sturdy wire construction which allows them to fold (very useful for narrow doorways and crowded events!) and the fabric is airbrushed with iridescent paint. They are finished off by hand with flowers, gems and feathers, making each pair unique. Julia, on the other hand, makes scrumptious sounding bath and herbal products. You can choose from soap, lotions and bath salts in seven different scents, including Fairy Glen – ‘A green floral bouquet reminiscent of walking through a field of roses’.Filed under Beauty, Faeriewear | Comment (1)
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab has launched a collection of perfume oil blends based on Neil Gaiman’s ‘Stardust’ (the film to be released immanently!). The series is inspired by the characters, locations, ideas and dreams found within the story, and includes:
Fairy Market – Otherworldly golden incense, blooming wind-flowers, everlasting lavender, bluebell, a faint whiff of exotic sugared candies, and fae mist upon wet green grass.
Tristran – Dust on your trousers, mud on your boots, and stars in your eyes: redwood, tonka bean, white sandalwood, lemon peel, patchouli, rosewood, coriander, and crushed mint.
Victoria – Graceful vanilla musk, tea rose, and stargazer lily.
The Witch Queen – Wild plum, red musk, tuberose, calla lily, heliotrope, pimento, ylang ylang and beeswax beneath a dark haze of sinister purple-hued incense smoke.
Yvaine – The high, crystalline scent of a star-filled night with blue lavender and lush magnolia.
Proceeds from the sale of the Stardust collection go to the Comic Book Legal Defence Fund.Filed under Beauty | Comment (0)