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Mantle

1885-1889

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

In the late decades of the 1800s, the steam ship make intercontinental travel and trade easier than ever, and the age of imperialism truly began.  Interest in all things exotic reached a new high, and orientalism became the new fashion trend.

“The chinoiserie print covered in the vermiculate gold chainstitch alongside the contrasting embroidered net trim encompasses the wearer in lavish exoticism. It was fashionable in the period to seek such exoticism in home furnishings as well as fashion. The design vocabulary of the world was often reinterpreted in embroidery styles throughout the period.”

chaylakuudere asked:

Hey angel. This year, I want to invest in circle lenses. What brand do you recommend for a first timer?

My first lenses were Princess Mimi lenses and I loved them!

THey’re about 15mm though so they’re pretty big and might not be ideal for first time wearers :(

Puffy 3-Tone lenses are a nice size/natural looking, though. It honestly really depends on wat style you are looking for though~

My favorite necklace.

“Amethyst is a powerful and protective stone.  It guards against psychic attack, transmuting the energy into love and protecting the wearer from all types of harm, including geopathic or electromagnetic stress and ill wishes from others.  Amethyst is a natural tranquiliser, it relieves stress and strain, soothes irritability, balances mood swings, dispels anger, rage, fear and anxiety.  Alleviates sadness and grief, and dissolves negativity.  Amethyst activates spiritual awareness, opens intuition and enhances psychic abilities.” #amethyst #thirdeye

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Day 3 - For those days when you’re feeling a little loopy…

Today’s Lipstick: Who the heck knows? I’m pretty sure this is a Wet N’ Wild lipstick but all of the identifying markers have been rubbed off.

For those makeup wearers on a budget, Wet N’ Wild is a pretty decent brand. Especially for how incredibly cheap it is! Definitely Google for reviews of specific lines before you buy, but as far as I’m concerned, you can’t go wrong with $2 lipstick!

Fellow binder wearers: I just got a new gc2b binder and I’m having major breathing problems. I know this is the best size for me cuz I had the size bigger and it was too big. I’m wondering if I just need to break it in/get used to it? Like does it get better? I’ve been using underworks and this is my first gc2b binder

anonymous asked:

As a wearer of glasses I always get super oily on my nose where the frame sits on it and my foundation gets all messed up there :(( any advice?

i have the same problem! i just powder my nose throughout the day or use those oil absorbing wipes

Don’t do this to make up wearers:
  • Tell them that their eyebrows are too dark
  • Point out their makeup line(s)
  • Fix their make up when they didn’t ask you to
  • Tell them their face looks like cake
  • point out the color difference from their face to their neck
  • tell them they look better without makeup or tell them they don’t need that much

Just don’t give your opinion on someone’s makeup because what doesn’t look good to you feels good to them and makes them happy

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History of Magic Meme: [1] Object || The Cloak of Invisibility

The Cloak of Invisibility is a magical artefact used to render the wearer invisible. It is the third and final of the three Deathly Hallows and was the only Hallow known to have been successfully passed down from generation to generation since Ignotus’ time. In 1991 it passed to the possession of Harry Potter. 

I really do wonder where the hell Solas found that hat. I mean… to begin with it’s a helmet, with a cloth wrapped around it giving it a look I can best describe as “a turban the wearer didn’t finish wrapping because they didn’t have enough cloth”. It doesn’t look like it fits either Fereldan or Oresian style, and those are the two nations directly involved in the Inquisition. It’s not any elven style I’ve ever seen. So I doubt it’s Inquisition regulation (despite the mark on it). Besides, if that is Inquisition regulation then both the smith who made it and the regulations officer who decided it was OK are fired. I’m not having that abomination in my Inquisition.

Hi everyone! I’m Horace, and I’ll be filling in for Virgil while he’s on suspension for not taking men’s rights and video game ethic’s seriously. Today’s Kickstarter is a belt with a plastic mould that will contain the wearer’s erections. With this device, instead of suffering embarrassing boners, men will finally have the freedom to walk around in public with a plastic penis-shaped bulge in their pants. Since the only reward is for a postcard, I presume this Kickstarter is to make exactly one anti-boner belt for the creator’s personal use. As supporters of men’s rights we here at YKS wholeheartedly support the inventor in his quest to hide his erections and urge you to donate.

No sweat. No stink. Because of its hard plastic material and yet its natural “look” shape, your genitals will follow the path shown in the picture, if erection has to occur.
This has great potential among teenagers, and people who tend to be shy. Let’s us give them a chance to enjoy a dance !

The gentleman no-boner by M. Ali ghazlani

(found via AlmightyBoob)