The Ultimate Shoes Fashion Vocabulary - Part 2

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More Visual Glossaries (for Her): Backpacks / Bags / Bobby Pins / Boots / Bra Types / HatsBelt knots / Chain Types / CoatsCollarsDarts / Dress Shapes / Dress Silhouettes / Eyeglass frames / Eyeliner Strokes / Hangers / Harem PantsHeels / Lingerie / Nail shapes / NecklacesNecklines / Patterns (Part1) / Patterns (Part 2) / Puffy Sleeves / Scarf Knots / Shoes / ShortsSilhouettes / SkirtsTartans / Tops / Underwear / Vintage Hats / Waistlines / Wedding Gown Silhouettes / Wool

Source: Enerie Fashion

DIY Bloody Candy Apple Recipe and Tutorial from 1 Fine Cookie. These apples are dipped in white chocolate with a candy coat on top. This is not a difficult recipe.

For more Halloween Apples that I’ve posted:

DIY Candy Apple Recipe from Style Me Pretty.  

DIY 4 Ingredient Poison Apple Recipe from Simply Delicious Food.

DIY Jack Skellington Dipped White Chocolate Apple Recipe and Tutorial from Wonky Wonderful.

As per the copyright policy of 1 FIne Cookie I must post her blog name and link to her post at the top and bottom of my post.

DIY Easy 4 Ingredient Cookie Butter Recipe from A Beautiful Mess. Take any cookie and blend it with 3 common ingredients to come up with a unique cookie butter. You could even combine cookies because you just need 2 cups of cookie crumbs for this recipe. For more food gifts go here:

I posted quite a few of these recipes in the past because I think they would make nice gifts.

DIY 4 Cookie Butter Recipes. These 2 to 3 Ingredient butters can be eaten spread on toast or added to recipes. The recipes include the following cookies: gingersnap, graham cracker, thin mints and 2 ingredient Oreo Cookie Butter.


How to use color correctors!
Basically, to neutralize a color, you find it on the color wheel, and use the opposite color in place. Color correctors and neutralizers are found in foundations, concealers, makeup bases and sunscreens for the different skin tones and problems.

Here’s some common discoloration problems, and what colors will fix them:

- Yellow and Peach (depending on your skin tone): Yellow and peach (or salmon) corrects blue areas like bruises and dark circles. Peach also livens up fair skin tones, and balances out slight discoloration.

- Pink: Pink correctors neutralize greenish skin, green facial veins, etc.

- Green: There are many green based foundations and concealers (that require another layer of makeup to cover up the green). The green counters redness like blemishes, zits and flushed skin.

- Purple/Lavender: Purple neutralizes yellowish complexions and covers sallowness. It evens out overall uneven skin tone, and gives a healthy glow. This color is found in many makeup bases, to prep skin with a even complexion before makeup.

What do you think? If you have more information about products that neutralizes the colors share with me!


DIY Double Pearl Earrings Tutorial from Thanks, I Made It. These are so pretty and delicate if you don’t want to wear the larger Dior “Mise en Dor” earrings. Top Photo: Collage by Thanks, I Made it here. Bottom Photo: DIY by Thanks, I Made It.

If you want to wear and DIY the larger pearl earrings, here are a few DIY suggestions.

  1. Sophie Bille Brahe Inspired Pearl Earrings from My White Idea.
  2. Knockoff Dior “Mise en Dior” Pearl Earrings #2 from A Pair & A Spare here.
  3. Knockoff Dior “Mise en Dior” Pearl Earrings #1 from A Pair & A Spare here.

DIY Mise en Dior Inspired Earrings by Fashionrolla with a twist.


i’ve been waiting my whole life for this


I’ve been in an art slump lately so yesterday I decided to go “back to basics”, which for me is doing a portrait of jensen ackles. while drawing I could actually see my own improvement and how far I’ve gotten over the past few years. aside from kind of boggling my mind, it made me think more consciously about what I’ve learned that is somewhat quantifiable.

after being asked in my livestream about how I got “so good”, I actually started writing them down and this list is the result.

I’m not sure if it’s useful to anyone, but it’s interesting for me. quite a few of the notes in this list could also come under the header “things I learned from euclase”, who is a great inspiration and a much better teacher than she gives herself credit for. ♥

if you have any questions about this, just drop a note.

anonymous said:

Do you have any good tutorials you can link me to how to draw and color eyes? I just can't do it and the tutorials I have found are terrible.

I tried whipping up something really quickly for you, not sure it’s much better than others you’ve seen, but the secret to coloring eyes is shading. (And shading the whole eye too, but right now i’m focusing on the iris) I’ve learned that eyes are always darker at the top of the iris, and so I play that up and leave a particular area (depending on the light source) the brightest version of the color. It’s all trial and error, use soft brush with low opacity to start



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