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Ever since I began My Hollywood Dream I have had the pleasure and privilege of getting invited to check out websites and products I most likely never would have otherwise. Today I’m going to check out salon lash care products from LASHEM.com along with a special deal for MHD visitors.

The website for LASHEM is very clean and professional and they offer a full line of natural beauty productions including eyelash booster, mascara, and anti-aging creams. The company aims to improve the signs of aging for women, but not change their appearance. Their lash growth serum can give normal women the movie star scarlet look. It is a must have for any make-up artists and is a great filmmaking resource for independent films. The serum is clinically tested and is safe on all skin types.

In addition to their line of products, the LASHEM website also features a blog and videos designed to teach visitors how to g?row eyeb?rows? along with other beauty tips. Included in the mix of videos are a Fall Makeup Tutorial, a Winged Eyeliner Design Tutorial, Reviews of Products, Info on Giveaways, and General Videos on Products.

One of the coolest features of the LASHEM website is their Monthly Giveaways. Right now they have teamed up with Topbox to giveaway 3 “Get the Look Kit” Gift Sets to visitors that includes Lash & Brow Enhancing Serum, Color Strokes Liquid Eyeliner, Double Trouble Lash Mascara, and Extensions in a Bottle. Tips and free stuff, that is my kinda website.

All My Hollywood Dream visitors get a special 15% off on items from the LASHEM.com website. Just enter the code PPP15 at checkout. LASHEM is on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram, so whatever is your preference of Social Media you’ll be able to keep up with them. After buying some of their products, head over to our Facebook page and post a picture of you with that movie scarlet look!

Posted on January 12th, 2014 by ThePit | Leave a Comment
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Costuming for Indies
With September starting that means that we are not far from Halloween and as an independent filmmaker, you should get ready to take advantage of the holiday season to score costumes for future productions.  The best time to hit stores is the day after Halloween, when stores and online retailers like Costume Kingdom are having specials and clearance sales of all the costumes that did not sell. Everything is useful, even if they only have Superhero and Ladybug Costumes, you never know when you can turn them into a cool outfit or if it might be suited for a period piece.  Heck, you can even use them to make a fan film short to get some notice.

One of my buddies took those cheesy plastic superhero masks from the 80s and crafted it into a very creative comedy short.  In addition to costumes, after Halloween sales usually include lots of blood and make up.  Just stock up on these, because you never know when it might come in handy, whether you are shooting a gory monster flick, a crime thriller or a classic film noir, or even a zany comedy about a clown who runs amok in the city.  You might not see a use for a costume or prop when you get it, but you never know what it might inspire. Look around and imagine the possibilities.

Posted on August 31st, 2010 by admin | Leave a Comment
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My Hollywood Dream, Entertainment News

Welcome to the weekly recap for the past week (8/24 through 8/31). Here is a list (by section) of some of the news that we covered, just incase you missed something.

Film News

TV News

Book News

Filmmaking Resources

Trailers (Movies, Video Games)

Reviews

Best Thing Ever

With the success of The Dark Knight, its only natural that a lot of people would want to either mimic the scarred look of Two-Face for a new villain or even shoot their own Batman fan film. The backyard effects specialists at Indy Mogul show us how to create chemical burns. Watch it below:

You can check out more of Indy Mogul’s how to videos and their weekly shows here.