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I read once that the ancient Egyptians had fifty words for sand & the Eskimos had a hundred words for snow. I wish I had a thousand words for love, but all that comes to mind is the way you move against me while you sleep & there are no words for that.
—  Brian Andreas
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The LGBT+ Pride Project, No. 15:

Andrea Torrealba | 28 | Homosexual 


Q: Why did you decide to come to the photoshoot?

A: Because I think it’s important to make sexual diversity visible and support initiatives that push towards change. 

Q: What does the flag mean to you?

A: It simbolizes the constant fight against sexual prejudices. 

Q: What do you think about the fact that there is an LGBT+ community?

A: I think it’s important because it helps us break the paradigms that exist today and to support each other in this process of liberation.

You will never be let down by anyone
more than you will be let down
by the one you love most in the world
it’s how gravity works
it’s why they call it “falling”
it’s why the truth is harder to tell
every year
you have more to lose
but you can choose to bury your past
in the garden
beside the tulips
water it
until it’s so alive
it lets go
and you belong to yourself
again.
—  Andrea Gibson
[TRANS] Yuta in Cosmopolitan September Issue

Q: What image comes to your mind when you hear Cosmopolitan?
Yuta: It’s a magazine that features a lot of pretty girls and teaches about girls’ fashion.

Q: Was there a time you had a heartattack moment because of a Korean girl’s aegyo? If you have an episode, please share it.
Yuta: I think the word oppa in itself is really cute. Like Przemyslaw said, there isn’t a word like it in Japanese.

Q: No, aegyo is something that naturally comes out and isn’t planned. Then, was there a time where you found it hard to understand Korean girls?
Yuta: I thought they were more straightforward than Japanese girls. (t/n: in response to Andreas saying that he can’t tell when a Korean girl likes him or not.)

Q: Are Japanese girls and Korean girls similar when it comes to their dating styles?
Yuta: In the past, girls would wait until the guy made the first move, and the guy always confessed first, but these days there are a lot of ‘herbivore guys’ that are calm and more feminine. So there is an increase in females who want a manly guy. The gender roles have switched as there are more girls who tell a guy “do this!”. They’re called 'carnivore girls’. Girls often confess first as well.

Q: What is your dating style, Yuta?
Yuta: Like the hyungs, I can’t talk to girls well and can be cold. Although I like her, I can’t express it well.
Andreas: That’s why you have to sometimes express it in ways other than words sometimes. Like presents or events.
Yuta: If I think of those stuff, I cringe.
Carlos: Learn from the hyungs.
Przemyslaw: Not from me but Andreas!

Q: Ideal type?
Yuta: I like a girl who knows how to care for others. My mom is my ideal type. She is outgoing when it comes to her actions but is very careful when she talks in case she hurts somebody.

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anonymous asked:

Are there any drugstore brushes you'd recommend for highlight? I just got the becca pressed powder

My absolute favourite brush for highlighting is the Real Techniques contour brush from their core collection! The set is $18 but honestly each brush in it is definitely worth it. Their setting brush ($8) or blush brush ($9) would wok great for highlighting too. ELF’s small tapered brush is my next favourite highlighting brush and it’s $3. ELF’s highlighting brush ($3) and blush brush ($3) are are also really good!

- Andrea

anonymous asked:

Favourite pore filling/minimizing drugstore and highend primers? ☺️

High End:

Drugstore:

- Andrea

anonymous asked:

Cheap face primers : eye primers ???❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Face Primers:

Eye Primers

Another affordable eye primer is just to use your concealer, that way you aren’t spending more on something you don’t have to. I hope that helped!

-Andrea