Neon Lights

“I just really want to be warm yellow light that pours over everyone I love”

-Conor Oberst

 

Hello my lovelies!

 

Now that my mythological series is over, I’ve decided to go ahead with my latest series, which I’m now cornily calling “Light Up The Night”. A large chunk of these will NOT be tutorials, as this is more of a way for me to showcase my artistic side than anything. Plus, I’m not planning to do anything complicated enough to garner a tutorial, as I want the concept to speak for itself.

If you’re a little confused on what this all means, picture these on my face:

 

Image result for glow sticks

 

While I’m not completely sold on this first look and almost didn’t post it, I figured that posting it would be a good way to create a benchmark for this series. Not only is this a first with UV paint for me, but it also tests my photography skills with photographing in the dark. This first look may not be my best, but it’s not my last and I have plenty of room to hone this skill throughout this series.


 

 

The Look:


 

 

NeonLightsEye

 

I found that the paints I ordered were slightly streaky and hard to maneuver, but this all could’ve been because I was wearing no base on my eye, figuring I didn’t need it. I’ll continue to play with these paints on a base for next time.

Additionally, unless you’re going to a glowstick party, these paints will not show up as vibrantly on their own and do need the help of a UV light for photos like this. The light I have is on a keychain that came with the paints.

Are you guys excited for this series? Would you try UV activated paint?


 

That’s all I have for you guys today. Please remember to like, comment, and subscribe, it really helps me out. Also don’t forget to have a magnificent Monday.

 

Stay beautiful!

 

 

Disclaimer: I will never edit my pictures in a way that misrepresents my natural weight and body type. Some Links may be affiliate links. All opinions are my own

2 thoughts on “Neon Lights

    • ZoBeautie says:

      Thanks for the feedback! I agree, sometimes it’s just nice to post a picture and let it speak for itself, even though I know tutorials are much more popular.

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