so original
oi.

just another teenager with a blog.
so original
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untrustyou:

Painting by Lee Price
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arrogant-elegant:

Alice Glass for PULP Magazine
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flowerette:

my sister has eyelids like this and she always looks like she’s wearing lavender eyeshadow it’s pretty
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lulu-tyas:

💖
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untrustyou:

Giorgio Barrera
Through the Window
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fuckyeah1990s:


http://psychadelephant.tumblr.com/ submission

Dang this is a pretty cool photo.
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amy-ambrosio:


“The collection is full of prints and lots of colors, very bold combinations, and we wanted to do something which is strong but also at the same time doesn’t clash with the clothing. That’s why there’s no color statement in the makeup, There’s one graphic element — a black eye on a really basic foundation”

Makeup artist Peter Philips for Dries Van Noten F/W 2014.
amy-ambrosio:


“The collection is full of prints and lots of colors, very bold combinations, and we wanted to do something which is strong but also at the same time doesn’t clash with the clothing. That’s why there’s no color statement in the makeup, There’s one graphic element — a black eye on a really basic foundation”

Makeup artist Peter Philips for Dries Van Noten F/W 2014.
amy-ambrosio:


“The collection is full of prints and lots of colors, very bold combinations, and we wanted to do something which is strong but also at the same time doesn’t clash with the clothing. That’s why there’s no color statement in the makeup, There’s one graphic element — a black eye on a really basic foundation”

Makeup artist Peter Philips for Dries Van Noten F/W 2014.
amy-ambrosio:


“The collection is full of prints and lots of colors, very bold combinations, and we wanted to do something which is strong but also at the same time doesn’t clash with the clothing. That’s why there’s no color statement in the makeup, There’s one graphic element — a black eye on a really basic foundation”

Makeup artist Peter Philips for Dries Van Noten F/W 2014.
amy-ambrosio:


“The collection is full of prints and lots of colors, very bold combinations, and we wanted to do something which is strong but also at the same time doesn’t clash with the clothing. That’s why there’s no color statement in the makeup, There’s one graphic element — a black eye on a really basic foundation”

Makeup artist Peter Philips for Dries Van Noten F/W 2014.