who’s knows what makes them happy? 4 me i love to make things and create art, and I love to look at the sky and I know birds and animals make me happy, soft toys and working with children also makes me happy- what makes u happy? I want 2 know
There has always been a lot of speculation and I’m just gonna add my input because why not.
I’m gonna start by stating that a lot of the comparison pictures people use, are pictures that have been taken using different angles. She used to pose with her chin facing downward, but later started tilting her head up. Which is why picture like this
aren’t good comparison photos
Okay next, having a good contour can really change the appearance of your nose… From the front. I’m gonna add a comparison picture, with each picture taken in a similar angle.
the quality in the first isn’t great but I hope you can see that nose looks the same. She is smiling in one, which can “flatten” the appearance of ones nostrils. Other than that, her nose looks the same. Pay attention to those little lines surrounding the tip of her nose. If she had a nose job, those would not look the same.
Now a real before and after nose job comparison from the surgeons gallery
Those little lines I’ve mentioned before, notice their disappearance.
I think the change in appearance of Ariana’s nose is simply makeup and angles. She also likes to flare her nostrils when pictures are being taken
This’ll be my first N7 day but I wanted to do a lil something since I’ve been enjoying the games so much. So enjoy these “postcards” of everyone’s favorite two vehicles. Shepard probably sends them to everyone. The aliens don’t understand and the humans wonder why the Commander uses such outdated forms of communication.
(also, thanks to everyone helped pick out a favorite color scheme!)
We wear their heritage, their sacred totems, as decoration and in fashion trends, failing to honor their culture. Headdresses, feathers, arrows. Moccasins, sage, beadwork,” [Shailene Woodley] wrote, adding, “You know what I’m talking about, Coachella. Walking around the flea market this weekend, I can’t even tell you how many native references I saw being used in a way that feeds our western narrative.