isolas

coochietan  asked:

I have medium tan skin and am stifling to find peach toned lip products because I'm not into bold looks but more natural makeup can you recommend anything? like lip pencils or glosses ? thanks in advance (:

  • Too Faced Papa Don’t Peach Gloss
  • YSL Wet Nude
  • Lancome Freedom Of Peach
  • Bite Sweet Cream
  • Nars Barbarella or Isola Bella
  • Glossier Cake (matte)
  • Laura Mercier Nectar
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MOTOR CRUSH is motor crush-ing it! Don’t miss the third installment of this neon pink, high octane, babes-on-bikes sci-fi thrill ride from Fletcher, Stewart, and Tarr!

All hope of winning the World Grand Prix is lost unless Domino can convince ace mechanic Lola to rejoin Team Swift, but another Cannonball street battle puts everything in jeopardy. Featuring part three of “ISOLA: PROLOGUE” by BRENDEN FLETCHER & KARL KERSCHL!

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Isola di Loreto da wizardinf84
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Isola di Loreto

Sono così io. Certe volte spiaggia sperduta e solitaria. Altre volte mare in tempesta e strillante. Certe volte isola deserta e silenziosa. Altre volte oceano che abbraccia il mondo.
—  Labellezzadellepiccolecose - (via labellezzadellepiccolecose.)
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Audrey can feel large portions of her mind growing numb. She struggles to find words that don’t sound hollow and rehearsed.
Audrey: We have investors. People who are supportive of the arts, who understand the importance of an independent voice in an art scene that is increasingly reliant on corporate sponsors and commercial collaborations-
Raj: Come now, Ms. Isola. You and I both know we’re talking about only one investor. A very wealthy one named Alex Dunlop.
Audrey: Well, yes. Alex is one of our supporters, that’s true-
Raj: Stop pretending, Audrey. It says in the magazine that your offices are in Dunlop Tower, for heaven’s sake. Alex is your landlord. Though I very much doubt you pay him rent, magnanimous, well known patron of the arts that he is. Your association with Alex probably ensures your overheads are practically nil. And it struck me as odd that a lot of the ads in the magazine are for the Llamas football team and lumber, not normally things you’d associate with the arts. But then I remembered that Alex Dunlop is one of the Llamas’ major shareholders, and of course lumber is how the Dunlops made their family fortune.
Raj leans forward. The half-smile on Audrey’s face is starting to feel numb as well.
Raj: That’s why you don’t want anything happening to Alex. Alex is your life-blood.