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Disney Princesses modeling the Designer Villains gowns. 

  • Dumbledore: The dark forest is strictly forbidden to all students
  • Dumbledore: Except for detention
  • Dumbledore: Where you will be forced to wander around when it's darkest and scariest
  • Dumbledore: Doesn't that make so much sense
  • Dumbledore: I'm so good at rules
  • Dumbledore: ten points to harry Potter


Individual images taken of Venus in one year to create a full curve. The summer solstice being at the top, winter solstice at the bottom, and equinox where they lines cross. 

Individual images taken of Venus in one year to create a full curve. The summer solstice being at the top, winter solstice at the bottom, and equinox where they lines cross. 

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makeup-madness:

Match Your Wings!
Winged liner is elegant, classic, and simple… but can be a pain to do! Ever create a perfect wing on one eye and can’t seem to match the other? Here’s a quick tip to save you time getting your wings just right!
1. Prep your eyes. If you’re choosing to leave your lids bare of eyeshadow, prime them and apply a loose powder on top. This will help your liner have something to grasp on to.
2. With a light brown shadow (I’m using black for demonstration purposes!), sketch out your wing. A great reference is your bottom lash line. Follow the natural curve of your eye and extend it. Do this to both eyes. Look straight into a mirror and if they’re even, you’re good to move on to the next step! If not, simply wipe the shadow off and start again. A light shadow is much easier to remove than a gel or liquid liner!
3. Lightly fill in where you’d like the rest of the liner to go.
4. Line on top of the shadow with a gel or liquid liner. For a softer look, leave some of the shadow peeking out on top. For a sharp look, make sure all of the shadow is covered by your liner. For extra staying power, set the liner with a shadow in the same color. Done!
Products used: Urban Decay Primer Potion Urban Decay Razor Sharp Perversion by Urban Decay Maybelline Eye Studio Gel Liner

makeup-madness:

Match Your Wings!

Winged liner is elegant, classic, and simple… but can be a pain to do! Ever create a perfect wing on one eye and can’t seem to match the other? Here’s a quick tip to save you time getting your wings just right!

1. Prep your eyes. If you’re choosing to leave your lids bare of eyeshadow, prime them and apply a loose powder on top. This will help your liner have something to grasp on to.

2. With a light brown shadow (I’m using black for demonstration purposes!), sketch out your wing. A great reference is your bottom lash line. Follow the natural curve of your eye and extend it. Do this to both eyes. Look straight into a mirror and if they’re even, you’re good to move on to the next step! If not, simply wipe the shadow off and start again. A light shadow is much easier to remove than a gel or liquid liner!

3. Lightly fill in where you’d like the rest of the liner to go.

4. Line on top of the shadow with a gel or liquid liner. For a softer look, leave some of the shadow peeking out on top. For a sharp look, make sure all of the shadow is covered by your liner. For extra staying power, set the liner with a shadow in the same color. Done!

Products used:
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Urban Decay Razor Sharp
Perversion by Urban Decay
Maybelline Eye Studio Gel Liner

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every. time.

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sunday night <3. ;)

sunday night <3. ;)

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mmmmm &lt;3 almost forgot how much i lovelovelove falling asleep in his arms and waking up to his gorgeous sleepy smile&#8230;

mmmmm <3 almost forgot how much i lovelovelove falling asleep in his arms and waking up to his gorgeous sleepy smile…

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