cat eye line

Ocean of charisma.

My cat is always eating plastic bags. I’ve spent the whole day surfing the web trying to find what element he lacks. And finally i’ve managed to find the answer. The element he lacks is…brain.  

Mobilography.

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“Eyeliner is like my life.  When I don’t wear eyeliner, I am shy and I feel like I can’t dance hip hop.”

Park Jimin, supporting the positive effects of makeup on your sense of self worth and looking damn fine doing it.

Ilvermorny House Aesthetic
  • <p> <b><p></b> <b>Wampus:</b> loud, clear voices; speaking up without fear; clenched jaws; sloppy handwriting; a commanding presence; the first inhale after coming up for air while swimming; strong noses that flare when angered; staying up until 3am laughing with friends; messy buns; strength training; bitten lips; cinnamon; fishnets; muscles shifting under a lover's fingertips; powerful thighs; neon and bright colors; chiles rellenos; that moment right before the free fall on a rollercoaster; scratch marks; the sound of a knife sharpening; fruit infused water; tongues burnt on midday coffee; kisses from big dogs; hair ties breaking; unsettled dust; linking arms; backless dresses; very hot baths; rock climbing; mosh pits; Doc Martens; smudged lipstick; spicy curry; tunnel graffiti; charcoal-stained fingertips; baring teeth; caffeine addiction; wrinkled noses; gasping between passionate kisses; sharp cut creases; holographic knives; 1967 Chevy Impala; heterochromia; the snap of leather; the scent of an extinguished match; hickeys; ripped leggings; inner ear headphones; screaming at the top of your lungs; twists; the sizzle of steak hitting the grill; strobe lights; the anticipation of a bassdrop; new age tattoos; dermal anchors.<p/><b>Thunderbird:</b> tilting faces toward the sun; mountains in the distance; bright smiles; weathered and worn books; hammocks; darjeeling tea; the look of awe and wonder; smirking; wavy hair; paper airplanes; muted nail color; sunkissed highlights; aster flowers and wildflowers; recycling; legs aching from standing and/or moving too long; trailing hands over tree trunks; wide, open spaces; stargazing; hipster fashion without hipster elitism; whistling along to the music in your head; lightning bugs landing on hands; music festivals; Sailor Moon; choker necklaces; abandoned railroad tracks; making custom playlists for friends; lifted pinkies when drinking; crochet braids; space buns; dresses with pockets; morning fog; being unafraid of, or even thrilled about, getting lost; high cheekbones; petrichor; feeling breathless contemplating existence; a light sheen of sweat; septum piercings; blushing from ears to chest; schadenfreude; OTEs; power lines; burnt marshmallows; accidentally dropping food on shirts; horizontal bamboo blinds; tripping over words around attractive people; vintage suitcases; reading field journals; Long Island iced tea; maypoles; handmade flower crowns; serendipity; elote; Volkswagen vans; bathhouses; windblown hair; pastel hair; homemade granola; picking up bits and pieces of language while traveling.<p/><b>Pukwudgie:</b> herbal tea; warm, fond smiles; dimples; brown eyes; being underestimated; thick blankets; humming along to music playing in the background; journaling; macadamia nuts; the sound of cicadas; tracing hands over tall grass; tight hugs; peaches; tiny, dainty tattoos; naturally long eyelashes; muddy hemlines; elderberry wine; holding hands; jumping as high as possible on a trampoline; rain pattering on a window; succulents; crystals; terrariums; bangles; flannel shirts; tear tracks; powder-lined cat eyes; finding an onion ring in your fries; balloons; throwing autumn leaves in the air; honey bees; stickers; apple cider; crickets chirping; damp cotton; Ford Farlaines; hide and seek; an unnoticed stumble; sunlight reflected on lake water; Eskimo kisses; ice cream melting over fingers; the twitching of squirrels' tails; raw spider silk; headwraps over natural hair; tapping toes to the beat; "Christian cussing" around children; competitive sand castle building; fiercely protecting others' autonomy; bunny teeth; dulce de leche; harmonizing; grass stains; gardening; gel pens; absolutely losing it to memes; angel bite piercings; naturally pink cheeks; the countdown before taking the plunge; freshly clipped nails; rushing to aide someone having a panic attack.<p/><b>Horned Serpent:</b> narrowed eyes and pursed lips; box braids; stacks of nonfiction books; satire; forehead kisses; hands gently caressing cheeks; helvetica; a collection of partially filled notebooks; a face softening in realization; diffused light; bitten nails; eavesdropping; Earl Grey tea; fencing; the sound of the A/C kicking on; A-line dresses; freshly shaved legs against cool, clean sheets; glass ceilings; minimalist tattoos; sketchbooks; cursing when spilling coffee over your notes; plum lipstick; thick-rimmed glasses; vindication; neutral tones; smudged makeup from rubbing eyes during an all-nighter; button-up shirts; aching fingers and wrists; taking a break from a project only to realize hours have passed; Cadillac Broughams; julienne cut vegetables; fish tacos; ankle socks; being 10 minutes early; origami; spiral staircases; soft smiles watching children learn; flyaway hairs; finger-walking on metal desks; mint ice cream; having a 10 or more kill streak; pressed flowers; silhouettes; the crunch of biting into an apple; limericks; sake; Frank Sinatra; lighthearted debates that turn into yelling matches; sphinx cats; pastel hair; deadbolts; elaborate mosaics; nostril piercings; YInMn blue.<p/></p><p/></p>
Pukwudgie Aesthetic

herbal tea; warm, fond smiles; dimples; brown eyes; being underestimated; thick blankets; humming along to music playing in the background; journaling; macadamia nuts; the sound of cicadas; tracing hands over tall grass; tight hugs; peaches; tiny, dainty tattoos; naturally long eyelashes; muddy hemlines; elderberry wine; holding hands; jumping as high as possible on a trampoline; rain pattering on a window; succulents; crystals; terrariums; bangles; flannel shirts; tear tracks; powder-lined cat eyes; finding an onion ring in your fries; balloons; throwing autumn leaves in the air; honey bees; stickers; apple cider; crickets chirping; damp cotton; Ford Farlaines; hide and seek; an unnoticed stumble; sunlight reflected on lake water; Eskimo kisses; ice cream melting over fingers; the twitching of squirrels’ tails; raw spider silk; headwraps over natural hair; tapping toes to the beat; “Christian cussing” around children; competitive sand castle building; fiercely protecting others’ autonomy; bunny teeth; dulce de leche; harmonizing; grass stains; gardening; gel pens; absolutely losing it to memes; angel bite piercings; naturally pink cheeks; the countdown before taking the plunge; freshly clipped nails; rushing to aide someone having a panic attack

aegisofstars  asked:

A letter would find its way to Susan carried by a dove. Upon opening it, a small piece of sea glass would drop from it. It was iridescent, luminous. A pink sheen to it. The letter would be in Petra's elegant scrawl. "I wanted to let you know I am safe. I will visit you soon. Love always, Peety."

The artifact would slowly be rolled around in the Madam’s palm, her hazel eyes lingering and marveling its glittering beauty with a… distant stare. It was as though she wasn’t even focusing on the glass’s uniqueness. Her mind went to Petra’s wellbeing.

Slowly the Madam’s bottom lip would undergo the detail of her tongue moistening it, the saliva giving her painted red lips a glossy finish. Cat-lined eyes settle on the distant window pane which led out to the balcony of her and Gwynepaine’s bedchambers. From her current state of rest atop the couch adjacent to the hearth concealing the roaring fire, Susan could make out the sullen skies with their rolling clouds of gloom, grey affecting both the mood and the color of the world around Susan.

It was like with Petra’s absence the world was duller. There was no pigment to anything. IT was all black and white, and pointless. Like the sunshine was gone from the world.

Just as her eyes dropped to the piece of glass would the thunder roll, rain beginning to pour mercilessly onto the earth.

“… be safe, kid.”

@petra-gampre

Modernizing: The '60s (Makeup Edition)

The ‘60s was such a wonderful decade in fashion. Girls went from wearing knee length dresses, to completely short mini dresses & a much more experimental way of dressing. Girls went from simple elegant everyday makeup, to bright and bold colors! It was beautiful! This blog is dedicated to helping you recreate your favorite decades style, in a modern way. Here is a post of modernizing '60s makeup for an everyday look! Before we start, let me give you an overview of how everything was in the 60s

Lets start off with the makeup! Makeup in the '60s was bold. It revolved around huge lashes, winged eyeliner, bold colors, etc!

Lashes & Mascara:

False eyelashes were the fashion accessory of the ’60s (from about 1964 on) and fashionable girls wore them everyday. Some even wore two sets.

Facts:

  • Lashes (both upper and lower) came on a long strip that you cut to length, or else as ready-to-wear individual sets.
  • The strip that bottom lashes came on could be annoying, so girls would cut them into smaller pieces.
  • Lashes mainly came in black and brown, but could be decorated with rhinestones and glitter. (FUN)
  • Mascara could be bought in a tube with a wand applicator, having been invented in the 1950s. Block mascaras were still used as well.
  • Block mascaras were activated with water or, more realistically, spit, and mixed with the little brush that came with it. Max Factor’s block mascara could really be built up.
  • There was also cream mascara in a tube that came with a little wand brush. Some products were waterproof, others were not.

Eyeshadow/Eyeliner:

Facts:

  • Powder eye shadows were matte. You could also get eye crayons and liquid eye makeup in a tube.
  • The mod eye makeup look, usually worn by Twiggy, was the distinctive black eye shadow line in the crease with a pale eye lid. 
  • The fashionable dark crease line was left as a sharp definite line – it wasn’t blended or smudged at all – and was applied in an arch from inner eye to outer eye.

  • Eye liner came in pencil, cake and liquid formats in a variety of colors.
  • If someone didn’t have an actual eye liner, block mascara or Max Factor’s Pan-Cake (black was no. 2880!) were good substitutes.
  • If false lashes were worn, eye liner could be used to cover over the edge of the lash strip.
  • Eye liner could be used to paint on bottom lashes (like Twiggy was sometimes seen with).

Lips:

  • Corals, pinks and peach were the fashionable colors, as well as beige-pink nudes.
  • Reds, pinks and browns were still available, being fashionable at the start of the decade and coming back in towards the late ’60s.
  • Traditional lipsticks were mainly matte (though Vaseline could be used to add a sheen if really wanted).
  • Quite a few pictures in makeup adverts and fashion magazines show models wearing a soft red color on their top lip and candy pink on the bottom lip.
  • Lipsticks came in the standard tube and the lipstick was generally rounded at the tip, shaped like a bullet. Long slim tubes were a fashionable design. Lip brushes could also be used to apply the lipstick.

MODernizing: 

'60s makeup is really coming back in style, and these celebs rock it like there’s no tomorrow! Celebs ranging from Ariana Grande, to Lana Del Rey have all sported the '60s look! Here are some way to modernize it just like they have done! 

Twiggy Eyelashes:

Instead of using huge false lashes, and drawing your bottom lashes to get the twiggy effect, you can do it in a more toned down way for an everyday look! Apply a few coats of mascara to your top and bottom lashes, but make sure they don’t look spidery! That will cause them to look fake, and unnatural at all. Remember, you’re going for the '60s look, but you don’t want strange stares everywhere you go if you go full out with the Twiggy lashes.

Video Tutorials:

Winged Eyeliner:

Winged eyeliner is always in style, the good thing is that it’s still in style no matter how thin or thick you decide to do it! Obviously in the '60s, they liked a pretty thick and bold winged eye, and fortunately it’s appropriate in modern times!  Using a gel or liquid eyeliner, carefully draw a thin (or thick) line, starting from the front of your eye, and extend it out, and upwards creating a 'cat eye’ or a winged line.

Video Tutorials: 

And thats it! This is pretty much the basics, and key points for a '60s inspired makeup look, the lipstick colors and foundation choices are all up to you!

Any questions, feel free to drop me an ask!