Storybook Cosmetics is making magical makeup wishes come true once again. They’ve announced a collaboration with the Roald Dahl Literary Estate to create a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory eyeshadow palette book. [click to continue…]
Creer Beaute has created a Sailor Moon transformation brooch eyeshadow palette with four soft diffusion shades (beige, brown, pink, and red) complete with a mirror and applicator. The red and pink can also double as blush. How handy! [click to continue…]
Well, maybe not “any” occasion. Some occasions certainly. Probably not at work unless your boss is AWESOME.
Etsy seller Mud and Majesty makes a wide array of highly detailed headband horns ranging from a cute unicorn-style to Saga-style ram horns to giant Pan’s Labyrinth Faun-esque beasts. [click to continue…]
Nicolas Huchet may have lost a hand, but a group of hackers known as Hackerloop made him better than ever with a Nerf gun hand that can fire balls on command. [click to continue…]
Guys—if you saw this in your house, what would you think at first glance? Yeah… [click to continue…]
Watching Storybook Cosmetics grow has been interesting because we’ve been seeing products go from concept to completion. In this case, they’ve made some updates to their Harry Potter-inspired wand brush set prototype and have unveiled the Original Storybook Wands Makeup brush set in its final form.
Storybook Cosmetics is at it again. They’ve found a lot of success by nerding up boring makeup brushes and pallets with themes that include wands, quills and lightsabers. Now they’re planning on releasing a quiver brush set sometime in 2017!
Genji from Blizzard’s Overwatch is armed with the mighty Dragonblade. If you’ve played the game, then you know Genji’s blade is a force to be reckoned with. Man At Arms recently accepted the challenge of making it a reality, and the results are impressive.
They made the blade using state-of-the-art forging and traditional katana sword making techniques, and the final product even features a glowing sliver of plexiglass. See how it came together in the video below. [click to continue…]