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Fancy Outdoor Summer Dinner Night

Products used to create this look in the order of which I applied them (excluding foundation, concealer, and brow stuff):

  • Rimmel London Natural Bronzer in 022 Sun Bronze: I applied the bronzer as per usual
  • Covergirl Clear Glow blusher in 110 Peaches: I dusted some blusher onto the apples of my cheeks.
  • Maybelline Eye Tattoo 045 Bold Gold: Using my index finger, I applied this all over my lids, as these Eye Tattoo creams work great as shadow primers as well)
  • Maybelline the Neautrals pallette, matte medium brown: Over top of the eye tatto, I lightly applied a gold-brown shimmer color all over my lid, and then brought the the matte brown (featured next to the gold color on the palette) into my crease and outer corners
  • Isadora eye shadow trip 89 Treasure Island : I blended the purple into dark brown shadow on the outer corners of my eyes for a nice rich color. I then patted a subtle of the teal on the center of my lids with a flat eye brush. Finally, using the thin end of the eye sponge wand that came in the case, I traced some gold along my inner corners to reinforce the gold undertone from the Maybelline Eye Tattoo.
  • Rimmel London Gel Liner: I drew a thin line across my lash-line, starting at about 1/4 from where my lid starts at the inner corners, and continued the line about a 1/3 cm beyond my lid.
  • Sonia Kashuk red lip pencil: I lined my lips and filled them in with this.
  • Rimmel London Kate Moss Matte Lipstick 111 Kiss of Life: I applied this shade on top of the lip liner, all over my lips.
  • a few Bobby pins: I used these to pin half of my hair back, starting out like I do whenever I put my hair up, and used some more to pin the pieces in the back to the side I wanted my hair to fall loose on.
  • Bead Head After Party: I ran some of this through my hair so I had something to help shape it, as well as help it shine.


My OOTDs (including first day of school!) and an OOTN 5/8/14-20/8/14 (Some of my favorites from those few weeks. I’m sorry I haven’t updated as much…)

1) Cross-back croptop: Joyce Leslie, Shorts: American Eagle Outfitters, Sandals: DEB

2) Kimono: Charlotte Russe, Tube top and skirt: Bik Bok, White and gold floral collar-necklace: Icing, sandals: DEB

3) Black Fringe croptop and high-waisted shorts: Bik Bok, Crochet-back vest: Macy’s, Sandals: DEB

4) (First Day of School!) Long stripped button-down and pearl necklace: Gina Tricot, Cross-back dress: Brandy Melville, Oxfords: Eurosko

5) (OOTN!) Dress: Lookbook Store, Heels: Steve Madden, pearl necklace: Gina Tricot

6) Tie-front blouse: Forever 21, Floral shorts: Charlotte Russe, Booties, Aeropostale

7) Neck-tie top and red skirt: Forever 21

The weather in Southern Norway has been very fickle lately, so even if I’m wearing shorts, skirts and dresses, it’s because I have sheer tights on.


If a bunch of single dads move in together and don’t call it the dad pad I’ll be very upset

With Korra, we didn’t want her to be perfect or have everything figured out. She was awesome at this one skill or this set of skills, but still had a lot of growing up to do. She’s basically a girl who was secluded away for most of her life at the south pole, didn’t really have any friends or close friends - and was set off into the world to like, not only save the world, but then have these relationships with people her age and stuff. You’re bound to make some stupid decisions or not say the right thing all the time. But I think once people sees the full series arc she goes through… you know, she comes to a nice place.
 Michael Dante DiMartino (x)  (via linbeifong)


shoutout to mozzarella sticks


Shingeki no Kyojin’s editor, Kawakubo Shintaro, was interviewed by University of Tokyo (Todai) Newspaper. The interview is published online recently. He also studied Economics in Todai.

Note: It’s rather long, and I didn’t bother to read everything. Anyway, here’s the parts…






So is she.




So is she.


pretty much every time im grumpy

Powerful Eyes in Anime

More worrisome is that the TV series has actually never established that Dorne follows equal primogeniture, unlike the rest of the continent. In stray mentions throughout Season 4, when the TV series could have introduced that women have an equal chance of inheriting lordships in Dorne, they avoided it. A “Lord Blackmont” appeared in the Season 4 premiere, when in the books House Blackmont is ruled by a woman. When Oberyn recounts to Tyrion how he traveled to Casterly Rock when Tyrion was a baby, he says that his father took him on the trip - while in the books, it was his mother, the Ruling Princess of Dorne. Indeed, Dorne’s equal primogeniture laws are one of its most prominent cultural features, setting it apart from the rest of the continent - as well as directly tying into Myrcella Baratheon’s major subplot in Dorne, as Arianne hopes to press the token excuse that under Dornish law, Myrcella would inherit the Iron Throne ahead of her brother Tommen.
From Trystane Martell, Game of Thrones Wikipedia (via white-tea-and-lightning)


When you’re failing gym class and you tryna get ya grade up at the last minute