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Ikemen Sengoku: Light Night Wear

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His outfit hasn’t been updated in website yet~ I also hope this could be updated too -

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If you’re one of the 2307 people who liked that comment and have been part of that mess, please feel free to unfollow me right now. This has absolutely nothing to do with being “legal” or that Johnny isn’t a minor, but if you’re just stanning him because he’s so “Daddy” then you are not a fan of him at all and it’s really disheartening that most of the “supportive Johnny comments” on Youtube are created by thirsty fans, who absolutely don’t know where the line is.

Bye.

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Tryna get back into drawing but I’m months out of practice and everything is hard to draw :^) I woke up with the inspiration for this comic yesterday morning so I decided to take a step back and just pop out something simple. 

How To: At-Home Nonsurgical Nosejob

As all of my followers know, I have despised my nose for the past 7 years. Rhinoplasty is expensive, and as a student, I don’t have time to work and balance classes. Nonsurgical nose jobs are much less expensive ($700-$1000 USD, as opposed to $5000 to $9000 for a rhinoplasty). However, I don’t have $1000 to spare at the moment either. I remembered reading a book once many years ago. My aunt is a choreographer, and so she had a bookshelf filled with books concerning dance, theater, costume design, and theatrical makeup. I’ve had a fascination with makeup for as long as I can remember. This old book (I believe published over 40 years ago), showed so many amazing techniques that stage actors use to change the appearance of their face to better suit their character. These people use products that the common makeup fanatic may not have even heard of (though special effects makeup artists are probably familiar with): materials like liquid latex, spirit gum, and- nose putty. In this book there contained before and after pictures from the use of nose putty. Nose putty was used to make a convex nose appear concave, a small nose appear larger, a large nose appear smaller, a short nose appear longer, a long nose appear shorter, to correct a crooked nose, and so on. It was so versatile. Now, I remembered this years later because the idea of nose putty is essentially the same as the nonsurgical nose job: adding material to create a more pleasing shape and the illusion of a smaller nose. Now, you may be able to find nose putty sold at a theatrical shop, and I’m sure there are places to order it online. However, since I’m not one for delayed gratification, I decided to look up if there was a way to create my own. Sure enough- on a special effects makeup site, there was a recipe! And all of the materials (a whopping 2) I had just laying around my house! You will need: petroleum jelly (aka Vaseline) and flour. (Note: I found another recipe that used petroleum jelly and microcrystalline wax, but I did not have the wax available). I gathered a small scoop of vaseline, and coated it in flour, kneaded it, coated it in more flour- until it had a soft but moldable consistency. I then applied it to my nose in the places that I observed seemed to be injection sites in nonsurgical nosejobs. This meant the “nose putty” was applied to the space between my eyes, right above the slight bump in my nose. I applied it first as a ball, and then carefully smoothed out the edges and molded it until it looked convincing (this may take practice, but this is now a part of my daily makeup routine and doesn’t take more than 3-5 minutes). The material mimics the appearance of human flesh so incredibly well. The color is close to a natural skin-color, but perhaps a little yellow. So I add some face powder over it to match it to the color of the rest of my skin (I do not suggest applying concealer or liquid foundation over it, as I did not have great results with this. The liquid didn’t stay put, and made the noseputty appear shiny, as well as oxidized to a strange orange color). Even up close, no one should be able to tell you have like an extra half-centimeter of material on your face. The only problems I’ve encountered have been that like all other makeup, this requires touchups. It gets a little too shiny (I’m assuming because it’s Vaseline), so after a handful of hours, I just lightly press some more flour to the surface. You’ll need to play around with this technique. Research nonsurgical nosejobs and try to locate a “before” nose that resembles yours, and pay attention to where the injections were placed. That’ll be your inspiration on where to apply the noseputty. I’ll make a video on exactly how I apply it later on. Hope this helps! 

The Dress

I thought Emma’s wardrobe couldn’t possible be worse than that horrid black shirt with the embroidered flowers but, dear God, I was wrong. So, so wrong. No one has been less right in the history of ever. Emma’s wedding dress is… I mean, it’s… 

What.

The.

Fuck.

For what I have read I can safely absolve Eduardo de Castro… it seems to have been JMo’s idea to badly rip-off Grace Kelly’s dress (with LESS transparencies and a row of ugly pearl buttons because WHY NOT at this point) and add a lace, doily-like coif to it to cement how much older and worn out Emma looks and how miles away she’s from the sleek, clean and edgy look of Season 1. And nothing says “positive character development!” like a tight, severe chignon and a pinched sort of make-up look so we can appreciate what true love has done for Emma Swan.

Seriously, what were they thinking? This is JMo, almost EVERYTHING LOOKS GOOD ON HER. Put her in a modern-looking, structured ballgown and you’ll get a great blend of “fairytale princess” and “powerful modern woman”. Or blend a modern silhouette with a dreamy hairstyle that brings back Emma’s amazing princess curls, or a loose braided hairstyle and a small tiara. There was SUCH potential, HOW DO YOU FUCK IT UP?

And don’t come here with “you just hate Emma Swan”. It is true, I deeply dislike THIS Emma Swan, but even CSers and other Emma fans, who still like her, are calling bullshit on this dress. It’s… so not Emma Swan. It’s the polar opposite of Emma Swan. It’s as unlikely of her as having the big wedding full of people she likely barely knows, which it seems is ALSO happening.

I’m just… it’s such a thorough screw-up. I’m a bit impressed, actually.

anonymous asked:

Au where Aleron and Theomedes (I know I spelled that wrong probably shh) are embarrassing Dad™ friends who play golf together, drink beer, and dance horribly. They chaperone school dances and wear matching ugly button up shirts. The only disagreement they ever have is who gets to pay for the Lamen wedding.

oh. my. GOD.

THIS ^^^^

theomedes and aleron are presidents of rival companies but they’re absolute besties. they’re always wearin awful barbecue dad shirts. probably hawaiian print. both damen and laurent before the wedding are begging “god please dad just for one day just for one fucking day wear something respectable”. theo and aleron turn up in identical suits, literally the exact same suit, with absolutely horrendous ties. i’m talking psychedelic floral print. donald duck. probably have those annoying shock gum practical joke things and at the reception they get absolutely plastered. 

meanwhile their wives are fashionable as fuck. egeria owns 50% of the business and is a highly sought after architect. hennike has her own business. it’s a fashion label. they collaborate once and it’s glorious. it’s probably sportswear. inundated with calls for them to do it again. outfits always so on point that high society wonders how the fuck aleron and theo managed to land them because these two gorgeous women, hairs only out of place if they’re meant to be, lookin fierce, artisan coffees worth more than ur mortgage, roll up besides two nerds in old man shorts and crocs who make shitty jokes all the time and won’t stop embarrassing their sons. auguste lives n is in a constant state of mildly amused by everything. gets calls from laurent at least twice a week “oh my god you won’t believe what they’ve done now it involves two circus horses, three litres of paint and public indecency.”

Quick and dirty, hand sewn 20 minute sheath dress!

She needed something more figure hugging to show off the curves.


Made with the last but one piece of the black and silver stretch fabric.

Many years ago, I bought myself a second-hand dress that looks a lot like the one on the doll, it has a draped cowl neck that’s actually a clever second piece of fabric so you don’t fall out and flash your guests.

Aaanyway, this gorgeous dress came with a hideous matching cardigan/jacket thingy with big shoulder pads and unwieldy ugly buttons. If the dress is flattering, the cardigan seemed designed to make you look like a potato. I took the thing to pieces and it has made SO MANY doll dresses over the years (my go to for when I didn’t have clothes that went with the colouring or the “feel” of the doll) and I’ve kept none.

I read about the de-aged!Dean episode and got excited

“So, if you’re Sam,” Dean folded his arms, scrutinising his younger brother who was now twice the size of him, “Where’s dad?”

Sighing, Sam averted his gaze, running a hand through his long hair before he looked back at Dean. It had taken ten minutes for Sam to make Dean believe that he was, in fact, Sam. The concept was a struggle for fourteen year old Dean, who knew Sam as a snot nosed, little kid who followed him around like a puppy. The guy towering above him, with way too long hair, wide shoulders, and a freaking giant- the idea of him being Sam was downright weird.

“Uh,” Sam swallowed, “He’s not here at the moment. On a hunt,” he offered with a weak smile.

“Okay,” Dean shrugged, finding that plausible. In 2014, Dean and Sam were old enough to do shit without John watching over them. Still, it kind of sucked that Dean was stuck with an older Sam who he hardly recognised; at least with his father, he would look more like the man he knew from his time frame.

“I’m-” Sam took a step back, looking freaked out by the situation, “I’m gonna call Cas.”

“Who the fuck is Cas?” Dean retorted.

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anonymous asked:

i see that people are sending irl klance stuff??? me and my ex bf were basically klance we started talking bc i made one of those "i can't believe its a year since i ____" jokes on twitter on new years and he replied calling me a wiener and then we called each other names for a month before he dmed me "lance fucking mcclain i have a gay fucking crush on u go fuck urself" (changed the name to lance bc it feels weird going anon but still writing my full name lmao) (1/2)

(2/2) some other good klance moments include us running a joint fake macklemore fan account on twitter, mocking each other for stupid typos constantly to the point where they would become our contact names, and for christmas he sent me a bootleg one direction coloring book and the 3rd and 4th shrek movies on dvd. i mocked him for how bad he was at wrapping for like 10 minutes before i opened them. i also made fun of him for being a paramore stan and for always wearing ugly button down shirts

OH WAIT i forgot to add that when he told me he had a crush on me i thought he was joking so i replied with “i’m gonna punch u” and if that isn’t klance i don’t know what is 

omfg………fucking incredible