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I wanted to draw Keith having a pet dog growing up and I was like, ‘okay, he’d probably have a rottweiler, or maybe a German Sheppard?

but when i started drawing I was like no this kid is gonna have a floppy mop dog.

I can’t believe this

I AM SO ASHAMED. I have been wondering why no one has been ordering “Bull” candles, because damn it’s a good scent combination. Then I look in my shop….and….I FORGOT TO LIST HIM AHHHHHH!! My apologies! Description:

BULL: Black sea, whiskey, leather, and vetiver combine to create this masculine and alluring scent worthy of The Iron Bull himself.

Shop link here

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throwback to when I dyed my hair, reminded me of mansae era joshua

anonymous asked:

do you have tips for drawing cas's hair because it's giving me serious trouble :/

I’m very bad at giving drawing tips, but I tried.

So the thing with Castiel’s hair is that it comes in degrees of wildness. So depending on what season and episode you pick you will end up with something that looks well groomed up until something that looks like he just rolled out of bed.

So let’s go with this season 9, newly human look.

Hi Cas! Looking very cute!

So the first thing is of course to get something sketched.

Neat. Now back to our reference! (Bonus tip: working with references makes everything easier.) There are, in my opinion, two things to consider when drawing Castiel’s hair:

Looks alright!

Try to see the shapes in Castiel’s hair and then draw from the root to the tip. Make pretty hair grow on his head.

To maximize the fluffiness and scruffiness.

So let’s groom that handsome man. (And fix some things that look weird in the sketch.)

Here we go! 

Thank you all for helping Castiel get ready for his date! Good luck, Cas! ♥

(I’ll post the last pic individually in a moment. But I hope this as at least somewhat helpful? Let me know~)

Hey! Feminists.

Stop forcefully femininity young boys. Demonizing their masculinity, shit of that sort.

My friend, let’s say Emily, has an older sister. Her older sister has a son, gave birth to a boy. However, since birth she’s been calling him a girl, making him grow his hair out, and forcing him into dresses. The child is five now, and even though he wants to play with ‘boys toys’ and dress in male clothing, his mother still insists he’s a girl. The boys in his class taught him that girls and boys have different privates, and that he is biologically a boy. And the kid wants to be a boy!

Forcefully feminizing boys is not okay. Let them be themselves. Sure, teach them right from wrong but don’t outright tell them they can’t do things boys typically do. Let them rough house, within reason, things like that.

Feminine boys are a thing and deserve respect as well but damn. This is getting ridiculous. Some boys DONT cry because they don’t feel the need to. Some boys DONT wear makeup, some DONT want to play with dolls, sole DONT want to wear pink, and that is okay!!’

Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc V 140: The Pendulum of the Soul

Alternate titles:

  • Tag, You’re It, Reiji! For Now
  • Crow Hogan-sama casually models during the Apocalypse
  • Zarc Screams for The First Time in His Pitiful Life Probably
  • TSUKIKAGE LIVES, BITCH 
  • The Akabas Bond Over Reiji Getting Beat Up by a Demon
  • The (former) Kingu Jack Atlus Refuses To Get Up
  • RIP Scarf-kun: April 2014 - January 2017
  • “Apparently being a vessel makes your hair grow” a novel by Akaba Reira
  • That Awkward Akaba Family Reunion: coming soon to Netflix
  • Ray to Zarc: “Surprise bitch. Bet you thought you’ve seen the last of me.”
  • “How I Got My Ass Beaten by HER TWICE” an angry memoir by Zarc
  • Yuya is Rescued and the Interdimensional Nonsense is Solved by the Power of Fruitshipping
  • The Power of Beauty, not Dragons, Defeats Zarc
  • How Two Young Women Who Are Basically the Same Person Saved the World
  • Hiiragi Yuzu Confirmed for Arc V Main Protag

Essential oils for hair growth:

Here are some oils to add to your hair to make it grow longer and more healthy, and how they each work!


Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is known for its many talents. It’s powers date back thousands of years when it was used to cure viruses such as the common cold. Now it is a common ingredient used in over the counter acne medications.

Tea tree is a natural antiseptic which helps get rid of bacteria or fungi.

When applied to hair this is very beneficial to those who suffer from scalp irritations like dandruff, or lice. It acts as an exfoliant by removing debris from the scalp, allowing hair follicles to clear. Clear follicles mean room for natural oils to coat the hair and an easier environment for new hair to push through. 

Bur Oil

Bur oil is a precious gem many of us ignore. Bur, or burdock, is obtained from the burdock root. The oil is rich in fatty acids and phytosterols.

The fatty acids found in burdock are very rare and help hair grow. It helps by providing nutrients that  help the oil glands and hair follicles function.

Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil is also essential for hair growth. This oil serves as an astringent which helps balance the scalp’s PH level.  Pure peppermint oil can be strong, so dilute it with water before applying.

This oil works by penetrating the scalp and regenerating the hair follicle.  Once this type of environment is created on the scalp, circulation will increase, and your hair will grow.

It can also help prevent hair loss, fight dandruff, and reduce excess oil! Excess oil can clog the follicle making it hard for new hair to resurface.

Lavender Oil

Lavender is an essential oil often added to products for fragrance. Originating from the Mediterranean, Lavender was used as a healing and relaxation aid for disorders such as stress and insomnia.

As we know, stress is proven to cause hair loss issues such as alopecia.

For hair, lavender aids in improving circulation and fighting infection. It can also be used to treat scalp conditions such as psoriasis!

Maintaining a healthy scalp is essential for healthy hair growth, which is why lavender can be a hero product.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba helps to moisturize the hair, by acting as our scalps natural oils.

Jojoba can be used to hydrate any part of the body, it even makes a good makeup remover.

The jojoba shrub itself is known for it’s ability to withstand harsh environments. If this plant can live worry free in the desert, imagine how well jojoba’s moisture can bind to your hair.Making sure your hair is hydrated at all times will ensure your strands don’t get dry and brittle.

How to use:
Add 20 drops of each of these to a spray bottle and dilute the oil mixture with water. Spray your hair with the mixture, specifically on your scalp, and leave it on for a few minutes. 
Alternatively, add a few drops of one or more of the oils to your shampoo and conditioner and lather heavily and leave in for as long as you can.

The Wiccan’s Glossary

anonymous asked:

hav u ever edited urelf? like the way u do the bnha edits?

I haven’t but if I did it’d look like this-.

Words for the hungry

We had grown accustomed
To the taste of dry mouths.
Pulling out vowels like threads
From old stitched up wounds.

It takes the manliest alcohol
From a far away foreign land
To make the hair grow back
On the surface of your tongue.

We dance along with the repetitive note.
Going back and forth with the one beat,
Too afraid of the embarrassment of fun,
Too afraid of something new and lovely.

It’s been a few decades of the same routine
Fulfilling the daily rituals to the letter
All of them building up to the word.
The linguistic keynotes of us.

We had grown accustomed to dry whispers
The few steps we take together is enough,
The few twirls of our combined legs is enough
I want us to have and do more between us.

We had grown used to the familiar.
You enthusiastically indulge the thirst for the new words, constructing songs to add to our little routines. Bringing new life to our step.

anonymous asked:

Does castor oil really help in hair growth??

I actually JUST made a video about this. It’ll be up today or tomorrow. And the answer is yes and no.  What it does is eliminate all of the bacteria on your scalp, so that there isn’t anything blocking the pores/follicles on your scalp, which would slow down your hair growth. So it helps your hair grow to its fullest potential, but it doesn’t necessarily make your hair grow faster.

ALSO, so many people think that Jamaican Black Castor Oil is the holy grail. Um actually not. That’s why it’s important to always do your research and think for yourself. Regular cold pressed castor oil is actually A LOT more potent, and will do better when it comes to aiding in creating a healthy environment for hair growth.  The Jamaican Black Castor Oil is actually ROASTED and a lot more impure. Which is why it has that strong scent to it as well. 

Hope this helps :)