swim makeup

Girls who wear makeup everyday because they’re insecure about themselves don’t deserve those shitty “take her swimming on the first date” memes more than girls who are confident without it. Girls who wear makeup everyday to cover acne, scarring, birthmarks, hyper-pigmentation, or any combination of conditions that are labeled as being “bad skin” are not liars. They aren’t less beautiful than girls who are conventionally attractive without makeup. Girls who struggle with self esteem and use makeup to help cope deserve respect and positivity just as much as everyone else. They aren’t less intelligent, more shallow, less valuable, or more deserving of cruelty than other girls. We are doing our best to survive in a world that criticizes us for just existing. Let us do what it takes to be comfortable in our own skin.

TL;dr Stop throwing girls under the bus just because they aren’t conventionally attractive and don’t feel confident without makeup.


Two instances where I think Asami’s makeup is tattooed. 

The Fairest Possible Review I can Give the Fox Rocky Horror Remake

So I’m gonna start by saying I don’t resent Fox’s Rocky Horror for existing, as a lot of people criticizing it seem to. I didn’t go in expecting something that would stand toe-to-toe with the original, because I don’t think that’s possible in a modern context. I went in thinking of it like a tribute more than an attempt to capture that lightning in a bottle again.

Anyway this whole thing ended up being forever long, so it’s gonna live under a cut.

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Nimue Smit in Saint Laurent photographed by Marc De Groot for Vogue Netherlands, July/August 2015.