Impulse - $6.99
This is the company I bought my purple lipstick from and it is WONDERFUL!
this is where i get all of my black + unnaturally coloured lipsticks from and they’re great! they used to be chalky and apply badly but now the formula they use is much creamier and smoother and better to apply. looks like most of their lipsticks are out of stock but if u favourite their shop on etsy u’ll be notified of product restocks. i also recommend their cosmetic glitters but if u buy them please know that u need to buy their glitter glue primer as well or it will not stick at all, not even with a different primer.
Due to Popular request I’ve finally got around to making the tutorial for how we made the open front petticoats for Goddess Madoka and Walpurgisnacht. Now, before I get into the details about the making process let me give you a little behind the scenes; When I first set about to making the pair of costumes I had no idea how to do the open front, nor had I seen any tutorials online on how to do this except from making your own cage, which I didn’t have the ability to do in our house. So- The process I used was one based on trial and error; Madoka’s petticoat was the one I made first, and Walpurgis’ was the one I made for the tutorial.
Now! On to the Tutorial! You can find the details under the cut—-
Difficulty Rating: ★★ - Basic techniques that can be perfected over time
wow who had the stupid idea of restricting pictographs to only 3 in the gamecube version of Windwaker? being the completionist i am, it’s tORTURE sailing around trying to get all of the pictures, even with the teleporting cyclones.
”Colourful high socks and large print polo shirts” it’s MOSAERT by Stromae
Born to a Rwandan father and Belgian mother. Stromae stayed true to his origins by fusing both sides to create a really impressive clothing line.
This collection offers trendy outfits worn by the singer in his latest album, “Racine Carrée“.
I am really in love with the explanation on the website
“It is characterized by a mixture of the meeting of the “English school” cuts, the checker and isometric patterns and the warm colors of the African wax”
More of the collection here