Originally started by Kameelah Janan Rasheed, “flexin’ my complexion” was used to uplift the spirits of young black men and women to accept their skin color, and her simple words served as inspiration for me to create one for kpop idols. Many kpop idols, more than the ones listed above are teased and ridiculed for their skin color and complexion. They are expected to uphold the high beauty standards of korea to have fair and smooth skin. The concept of this graphic is to show that idols are just as human as we are, and they do not deserve to be kept in the grasps of beauty standards. I hope that one day, idols of many colors are able to accept their appearance, and I hope we can too. © insomnia

(it’s like 8 am the day after louis came home and he’s sitting criss cross staring at lou waiting for him to wake up but he’s getting a little impatient and he pokes his forehead)

Lotsa peeps been asking about my new @anatometalinc eyelets after they posted a sneak peak on their bookface - so here ya go in their full glory!

These fellas are 3 ½" Halo Eyelets in ASTM F-136 titanium, anodized blurple with synthetic Opals #5 and #38, synthetic Faceted Opal, Arctic Blue CZ, and Mint Green CZ gems (aka bad-fucking-ass).

Come check em out in my face as well as our huge selection of other Anatometal goodies today at #opalheartpiercing

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