With Halloween creeping around the corner, the atmosphere is once again abuzz with the anticipation of the festive occasion.
Looking for some Halloween inspiration but clueless on where to start?
Fear not – we got your backs covered with these Top 5 Halloween Party Ideas that are guaranteed to amp up the spooky atmosphere anywhere!
Planning to recreate those boo-tiful Halloween Make Up Looks? How about using face paint instead?
Non-toxic, easily removable and gentle on children’s skin, swap your makeup kit with a face painting kit for your spooky transformations.
Suitable for use on both the young and old, Halloween Face & Arm Paintings guarantee spooktastic fun at any party!
Check out our halloween face painting post for more ghoulist makeup inspirations!
And if you have a completely new design that you’d like our talented face painters to recreate, consider your challenge accepted!
Looking to bring your Face & Arm Paintings to even darker depths?
How about plunging into the Dark side (literally) with Halloween Glow in the Dark UV Face & Body Paintings?
These eerie illuminations will redefine what it means to be truly creepy!
Decked in spooktastic attire but somehow missing that extra oomph?
Customised Balloon Sculptures may do just the trick! From balloon princess gowns to lightsabers and even spooky balloon hats, balloon sculptures will make a great prop to complement your awesome costume!
Not spooky enough? Glow in the Dark UV Balloons will definitely impress any ghoulish guest!
If you need any live entertainers at your upcoming Halloween Party? How about balloon twisting? We have a talented team of balloon sculptors who will twist anything your heart desires!
Balloon Decorations provides an unforgettable Halloween experience for your party guests!
Be it a Jack-O-Lantern balloon arch as your entrance gateway, or fat venomous spiders draping off your ceiling, make your party the perfect spot for taking selfies and wefies!
Warning: This is definitely not for the faint hearted.
Need some extra help to deliver that element of fear for the party?
How about inviting scary characters such BOO, the killer Clown, to send chills down everyone’s spine? Or even to provide a first hand spooktastic horror experience?
And I assure you, only BOO, the killer Clown will have the last laugh at these parties.
Original post on Alicia’s blog.
Two months have just flown by and it’s National Day tomorrow!
Some quick personal annoucements, I decided to leave my first job officially on 28th of June 2013. After graduating from NUS Psychology in 2012, my Adjunct Associate Professor, Douglas Abrams, offered me a fun time job at Expara (full time job I mean). So I spent my first year after graduation doing business development for Expara, a local venture capital firm providing funding, advisory and training for entrepreneurs with innovative technology-driven businesses. It was a tough decision to leave because I have been blessed with a great boss and colleagues. Then and again, we are only young once. So while I am still young, energetic and not tied down with too many commitments, why not just do something I really love?
So yes! I am running Happier Singapore full time! Whoopee!
I love the challenge of running this business. It is very fast paced so it doesn’t give me any chance of getting bored. Apart from being an entertainer, I need to oversee the marketing, finances, public relations and human resource aspects as well. I could probably hire someone, but it is very important to me that I am able to have a personal touch with all of our clients. We are always on our toes to ensure that every party or event we go to, we are able to deliver exceptional service!
I’m also always making a note to self to make time for my own family, boy friend and friends amidst the happier hustle. It’s not getting any easier, but I am getting a hang of it.
Since April, I see all my happier artists making really good progress on both their technical skills in face painting and balloon twisting, as well as developing their personal style and confidence in interacting with the kids and their families. I can safely say each and every one of my artists are capable of flying solo now. Feeling proud like a mummy now.
We have regular updates on Facebook in case you are looking for more pictures on our balloon sculptures!
Also, if you are looking for NDP face painting, a team of students from Temasek Junior College will be situated along Orchard Road to paint you some orchids and Singapore flags! Please feel free to approach them for your face or hand painting! All proceeds will be going to the Children’s Cancer Foundation. Such a meaningful way of spending their NDP holidays!
We had the NDP charity face painting 1-h crash course just this Monday on the TJC campus! It was really a joy to share the art with Kevin and gang! It was a pleasant surprise to have my good friend, Mr Ashraf and his brother, Mr Aaron, pop by at the end of the session too!
Have a Happier National Day everyone!