micro flare

As promised here’s a better photo of my new full set of Chrysoprase hand crafted by the wonderful Mateo Way (The Stone Demuhn) The set includes one pair of ¾" mayan style double flare for my lobes, two pairs of 4g 3/8" single flare for my lobes and conches, one pair of 4g ¼" micro-flare for my nostrils, and a 9mm 5/16" t-back labret for my philtrum. And as usual they are so perfectly frickin comfortable.

Thanks again Mateo for helping me make my jewelry dreams come true!

P.S. it is pretty difficult to take a good photo of your own face, and I hope you all enjoy my fluffy morning hair.

The 3 Edgy Dress Styles You Need For Summer

There’s no better time than summer to rock dresses 24/7! With perfect temperatures, sunny skies, and frequent trips to sunny beaches, it can definitely get difficult to reach for jeans or shorts when deciding on your OOTD. For an edgier take on this essential summer fashion piece, go for cutout, crossback and strappy styles. These fun, playful, sexy options add adventurous twists to the daintiness of day dresses. Check out these summer-certified dresses and have some fun under the sun:

Cutout Sundress - Cutouts front and back! This sundress should cure anyone’s cutout addiction.

Kate Dress - Looking for a dress with a hint of nautical inspiration? This is the one!

Crossback Kate Dress - The cute cutout detail of this crossback dress adds the perfect final touch to its micro-floral print!

Fit & Flare Sundress - Here’s a cool dress with a mesmerizing pattern that you can easily dress up with sandals and a wide-brim hat, or turn casual with classic sneakers and a snapback!

Tropic Printed Sundress - With it’s scoop neck cut and tropical print, this sundress can be worn as a beautiful coverup for the beach.

Strappy Back Dress - This piece might not have a model, but it’s too adorable to leave out! In pink or black, perfect for night and day.

What are some of your favorite dress styles this summer? Still find yourself going for a maxi dress most days? Let us know!

Wantering Editors

I’m just in love with Alycia Debnam-Carey. She plays Lexa who is this leader that is always acting stoic and pretends that they have no emotions and Alycia does a fabulous job of expressing things with an almost a completely neutral face.

Like here is Lexa’s face at rest. Calm, collected, with no powerful emotions threatening to crack her mask.

And then there is Lexa’s face when she is repressing her emotions. It’s something that if you pay close enough attention you start to notice that while we all know that Lexa doesn’t show things openly, she has all this micro expressions. She flares her nostrils, her jaw and neck muscles clench, she tends to do this thing with her jaw, she presses her lips to a thin line. I’m a 100% convinced that those little things that Lexa does with her face were what Clarke was referencing when she said that she saw right through Lexa. And that was the reason Clarke was so certain Lexa was not as heartless as she pretended to be, because she had seen Lexa’s face go through an array of emotions with the tiniest of facial cues.