Among the world’s makeup lovers, a small but growing number of non-female beauty bloggers are making their way online. They aren’t clumsily attempting to draw on liquid eyeliner for laughs, they take cosmetics just as seriously as their female counterparts. Their objectives, on the other hand, somewhat differ — and reflect a shift in how people of all genders interact with beauty.
“I think deep down, though, everyone has a secret desire to be appreciated. When someone tells you you’re doing a good job, you do more of that thing… that’s a big contributing factor as to why I didn’t give up,” - Emma Blackery.
Every child wants to hear this from their parents — especially when it’s the moment after they come out as gay. In this case, the father of YouTubers Aaron and Austin Rhodes, who bravely filmed their coming out announcement for the world to see, got to deliver the loving words twice in a row.
The brothers start their video by announcing their sexuality to their fans, but the twins still had one more person to tell: their father. So, what’s a YouTuber to do? Film it! For the next eight minutes, the brothers videotape their heartfelt, tear-filled and poignant conversation with their dad.
I’ve also just added some new designs that aren’t on Tumblr yet so please go check ‘em out!
Things include but are not limited to: Shirts, notebooks, pencil cases, gym bags, sticker packs, phone and tablet covers
The prices will be going back up on September 1st so you have one week to take advantage of the sale
❤ It would mean a lot even if you can’t or don’t want to buy something. if you could share this, I’ve worked really hard making designs that would transfer well onto these items!
Do you guys ever go through like YouTuber phases. For example like for like 2 weeks to like a month you binge watch Tyler Oakley. But then you don’t watch him for a couple weeks and instead you watch the vlogbrothers, but you always come back to Tyler Oakley. Do you get what I’m saying?