there are no rules when it comes to makeup

When Taehyung starts filming for another movie and the director tells him he can have absolutely NO marks on his body (aside from his tattoos) Yoongi totally turns into a pouting babe. What kind of rule is that? Doesn’t the director know Min Yoongi is a bad bitch that likes to leave his mark on his man? 

 He spends all of about two weeks just pouting and huffing around because he’s so used to biting and sucking hickies into Taehyung’s skin when they do anything like sex or just making out. Taehyung finds it highkey hilarious. 

“You’re being a drama king, babe.” 

Yoongi shoots Taehyung a glare.

“Shut up asshole im aloud to be a drama king.” 

The beauty guru finally comes up with an idea when he’s doing his makeup for some award show he’s attending with Taehyung. 

He spots his dark maroon lipstick that is actually his favorite one and smirks because the shade is just enough to match the usual color of his marks on Taehyung. He laughs as he lines his lips and then fills them in with the color and when Taehyung finally walks into the room dressed in his suit and looking hot as fuck, Yoongi grabs him by the hair and presses his lips against Taehyung’s neck. 

Just like he expected the color stains Taehyung’s skin and it looks so pretty in the shape of his lips he leans down again and presses another kiss right under the first one. Taehyung of course is a weak man to his prince and just grips onto Yoongi’s hips through his tight outfit as he lets his boyfriend have his fun. 

When he’s done Yoongi grins. 

“Now my mark is still on you.” 

Now we have all the hamilton ladies dressed as Prendas. After the Schuyler Sisters, here’s Maria.

Let me talk about my choices when it comes to Maria here

 On the musical she’s portrayed in a very “sexy” way, she wears a beautiful red dress with cleavage and a gorgeous red lipstick that draw attention to her lips. But here’s the deal: When it comes to Prendas, there’s many rules that they should follow and the most important ones are: 1) Never wear a dress with too much cleavage or with fabrics that have any kind of transparency. 2) Your makeup should be very light, with no bright colors. and 3) The hair needs to be perfect, you can’t have it fully untied… 

As you can see I chose to not follow  two of those rules, not to give her the “sexy” vibe, but because I have a headcannon that Maria actually try as much as she can to follow all those rules and dress nice even tho she doesn’t have much money to buy beautiful dresses with lots of frills like the Schuyler Sisters. But since her husband started beating her, she had to change that to hide the bruises,… This is why she wears heavy makeup and her hair is never tied up.

I really love Maria, I always see her more like a big victim of everything and everytime she’s crying on the floor in “say no to this” while a.ham keeps saying how helpless and ruined he is I get so mad like FUCK OFF FUCKBOY, THE POOR GIRL IS SUFFERING, STOP  PLAYING THE VICTIM.


Sephora + Pantone Universe present Rose Quartz and Serenity.

Breaking news! The official 2016 Sephora + Pantone Universe Color of the Year is Rose Quartz and Serenity. The soft pink and pale blue will soon be available in a range of finishes for chic eye and lip looks to be worn any way, anywhere. Starting in December, the collection will be available exclusively at Sephora for a limited time.

Take a peek below at the product details featuring the comforting hue of Rose Quartz and subtle yet unexpected shade of Serenity—because when it comes to color in 2016, no rules are the new rules.


Sephora + Pantone Universe Color of the Year Modern Watercolors Eye Palette

The shades in this exclusive 15-shade pan palette are all about pleasing the eye. The shimmer and matte formulas are infused with Vitamin E to nurture lids, while the pastel and bright hues can be worn together in a variety of ways to create a visual masterpiece.


Sephora + Pantone Universe Color of the Year Modern Watercolors Lip Gloss Set

In line with its rule-breaking mantra, the six pastel hues in this lip gloss set are anything but understated. A swipe of the melt-on-your-mouth formula instantly delivers rich color and a dose of conditioning hydration. Your lips will look contemporary, smooth, and unexpected.


Sephora + Pantone Color of the Year Matte Lipstick in Rose Quartz

In 2016, sweet hues take on a bold attitude and these matte lipsticks deliver the drama with full-color payoff. Swipe on the velvety matte texture in Rose Quartz for a femme look that’s not afraid of being unconventional.

Sephora + Pantone Color of the Year Matte Lipstick in Serenity

While this lipstick comes in the same texture and finish as Rose Quartz, this version of the lipstick is even more daring, yet delicate thanks to its Serenity hue. Color it on your lips for a futuristic effect that wows the present.


Apply either Rose Quartz or Serenity to your bottom lip and then rub the top into it for a modern, light gradient effect. Make sure there is enough color on the top and if not, reapply to the bottom lip again and repeat.


How to Choose a Red Lipstick

Red Lipstick can be extremely scary and daunting for some people, but it shouldn’t be. As was once said “Give a woman the right lipstick and she can conquer the world” For me, I feel a hundred times more confident and powerful when I have a bold shade of red on my lips.

If you were to look into my makeup collection you’d notice many things, firstly that I have way too much makeup for one person and secondly that there’s a big pattern with my lip products: red, red, red, red, red.

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beauty tip of the day:

there are NO rules when it comes to makeup. wing that liner as much as u want. no such thing as too much highlight. brows not thick enough? make them thicker. do YOU & fuck what anyone has to say, it’s your face so cake it as much as you want girl✨

unvelievers  asked:

What are the five makeup products you think everyone should own?

There are hundreds of different beauty products out on the market, but if you’re not a massive makeup addict like me then you really don’t need every single product under the sun. What I love when it comes to makeup is there are no rules and one product can be used in multiple different ways so you can get away with just a few products in your makeup kit.

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The celebrity makeup artist tells us about the bold looks she created for Jamie Chung and Andreja Pejić.

When it comes to beauty, it’s important to learn the rules. Why? So we can break them. It’s all a part of showing off what makes us feel beautiful while expressing unflinching individuality. MAKE UP FOR EVER is channeling our inner cosmetic rebellion in its latest campaign by championing us with its new motto: Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Andreja Pejić, now the first transwoman supermodel to be the face of a cosmetics brand, teamed up with actress and blogger Jamie Chung to star in the campaign. From a dual-toned lip to a shimmery gray smoky eye, MAKE UP FOR EVER’s Consulting Pro Artist Mélanie Inglessis created undeniably attention-demanding and completely fresh looks for both models—all of which represent the brand’s creative and daring spirit. Below, Inglessis tells us the inspiration behind the looks, what it means to be bold, and her top beauty picks. JESSICA VELEZ

What inspired you to work with MAKE UP FOR EVER on this campaign?

MAKE UP FOR EVER has always supported me as an artist. I’m incredibly honored to work with this wonderful brand that has done so much for me. It’s a pro-grade brand with an extensive range of products that allow me to do my best work on the red carpet and at photo shoots, as well as with everyday women. The products are extremely high quality and long lasting—the brand has been in my life and in my kit forever.

What do you love about the new campaign?

The Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. project celebrates individuality and creativity, which means a great deal to me as an artist. I have my own style, my own strong personality, and I love working with a brand that truly celebrates this.

What does being bold mean to you?

Being bold for me means two things. It means going after what I’ve always wanted to go after and taking risks. You have a goal and you just go for it! Being bold in my career is also about making makeup choices that sometimes are a little unconventional. I have stood by those choices and constantly experimented with colors and shades to push the envelope.

What are some of your favorite MAKE UP FOR EVER products?

The new Ultra HD Foundation is one of my favorites. It comes in 40 shades, so the range truly offers the perfect match for every woman. It provides a flawless, invisible finish, which is unprecedented. I can use it on the red carpet and I can use it on photo shoots and in real life—it’s phenomenal. One of my other favorite MAKE UP FOR EVER products is the Artist Plexi-Gloss range. The glosses are highly pigmented and never sticky—which is a must on the red carpet. Finally, the Artist Shadows: they are available in over 200 shades with fantastic, blendable, and seamless textures. I love them!

Tell us about the looks you created for Jamie Chung and Andreja Pejić.

I wanted to ensure that the looks I created were each very distinctive and could be recreated by women everywhere. Jamie Chung’s looks evolved from a bright two-toned orange and red lip to a gorgeous smoky eye, then to a more editorial summer look. Andreja Pejić’s looks transitioned from a bold red lip to a playful eye, then to a stunning, messy smoky eye.