anatomicalart:

digitalarcadia:

thegreenpaperclip:

maryaniloo:

kimmcheee:

ATTENTION ALL GIRLS: We ALL know that the lower stomach is one of the very hardest places to burn fat and tone.
These are some terrific exercises to do in the morning and at night to burn those hard to tone areas!
Do this every morning when you wake up, and every night before you sleep. I guarantee you’ll see results in a week flat!

Liking and reblogging for future reference!

Oh man, my old soccer coach used to make us do the top left one

Used to do these in ballet class.

Great way for us art vampires to stay in shape!Or if you just want reference for drawing characters exercising. 

anatomicalart:

digitalarcadia:

thegreenpaperclip:

maryaniloo:

kimmcheee:

ATTENTION ALL GIRLS: We ALL know that the lower stomach is one of the very hardest places to burn fat and tone.

These are some terrific exercises to do in the morning and at night to burn those hard to tone areas!

Do this every morning when you wake up, and every night before you sleep. I guarantee you’ll see results in a week flat!

Liking and reblogging for future reference!

Oh man, my old soccer coach used to make us do the top left one

Used to do these in ballet class.

Great way for us art vampires to stay in shape!
Or if you just want reference for drawing characters exercising. 

queerashellandstuff:

queerashellandstuff:

pros about being in lesbians with a girl

  • can makeout in the girls bathroom
  • girls are cute af
  • wear each others’ clothes
  • fantastic sex

cons about being in lesbians with a girl

  • ?????
  • there aren’t any??

it has come to my attention that there are, in fact, cons about being in lesbians with another girl

  • she won’t kill the spider either
  • two periods
onlyblackgirl:

thatjayjustice:

This is just the most recent of countless similar messages I have received because of my Wonder Woman costumes. I am so tired of white, white passing, and anti-Black people from any and all ethnic backgrounds and nationalities looking at me in my costume and telling me ‘You don’t deserve to wear that. Wonder Woman isn’t for Black people.’
It’s nothing to do with ‘accuracy’, it’s racism and I’m sick of it. In before ‘Oh but they just didn’t know about Nubia!!’ Please. You can try to use ignorance as an excuse but you have to ask yourself, even if these people don’t know there IS a Black Wonder Woman, what makes them feel like they have the right to tell Black people what they can and cannot do? What gives them this supposed authority over our imaginations and our desire to create? This mentality is the reason why so many potential cosplayers of color are afraid to even wear a costume.I can and have sent these people panels, pages and issues of official DC comics full of images of Black Wonder Women (yes, there are more than one!) and it doesn’t matter to them. My skin is still too dark, my nose too broad, my hair too nappy, in their words, not mine. I have been told to my face that I disgrace the Wonder Woman costume with my Blackness. Many other people of color have gone through similar experiences. I know of only one way for us to combat this.Create, design, display and wear whatever we damn well please. Let our differences enhance our art. Let every single privileged individual who thinks to question our rights to self expression choke on their words. Feel free to be yourself in whatever way you see fit. Do not let other people’s opinions of your race or ethnicity dictate your choices. Don’t let the way they see you have anything to do with who you are. 

White people always getting upset about fictional characters not being white. 

onlyblackgirl:

thatjayjustice:

This is just the most recent of countless similar messages I have received because of my Wonder Woman costumes. I am so tired of white, white passing, and anti-Black people from any and all ethnic backgrounds and nationalities looking at me in my costume and telling me ‘You don’t deserve to wear that. Wonder Woman isn’t for Black people.’

It’s nothing to do with ‘accuracy’, it’s racism and I’m sick of it. In before ‘Oh but they just didn’t know about Nubia!!’ Please. You can try to use ignorance as an excuse but you have to ask yourself, even if these people don’t know there IS a Black Wonder Woman, what makes them feel like they have the right to tell Black people what they can and cannot do? What gives them this supposed authority over our imaginations and our desire to create? This mentality is the reason why so many potential cosplayers of color are afraid to even wear a costume.

I can and have sent these people panels, pages and issues of official DC comics full of images of Black Wonder Women (yes, there are more than one!) and it doesn’t matter to them. My skin is still too dark, my nose too broad, my hair too nappy, in their words, not mine. I have been told to my face that I disgrace the Wonder Woman costume with my Blackness. Many other people of color have gone through similar experiences. I know of only one way for us to combat this.

Create, design, display and wear whatever we damn well please. Let our differences enhance our art. Let every single privileged individual who thinks to question our rights to self expression choke on their words. Feel free to be yourself in whatever way you see fit. Do not let other people’s opinions of your race or ethnicity dictate your choices. Don’t let the way they see you have anything to do with who you are. 

White people always getting upset about fictional characters not being white. 

Selfish cunts

thirsteeforyoursmile thispersonwasnotfound ha, whatever man. Ya’ll are selfish as hell. Look at all the fuckeries you put me through, and yet I’m the one asking for your goddamn forgiveness. GO AND FUCK YOURSELVES. Ya’ll are cunts, and you know what? I’m glad we aint talking, because at the end of the day, I didn’t stab either on of you in the back, I didn’t disrespect you in any which way, yet I’m the one that’s made out to look like the bad guy in all of this. Alana, you are a low life, back stabbing, two faced chick and I deserve a much more loyal friend than you, so it’s all good. Jamila, Jace, whatever the fuck your fucking name is… well you kept promising me you would never ever block me and unfriend me ever again. But here we are. I can’t believe a word you say, anyway. So why in the name of the Good Lord, would I want shitty friends like you? Burn and rot in the deepest, darkest pits of hell, for all I care.

Yours sincerely,

Alana Haq, the FIRST Alana Jace/Jamila/Whatever knew. ;))

:)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) cunts 

makeupbox:

Meet Laura Mercier Global Makeup Artist Michel Coulombe in Singapore!
The very suave Michel Coulombe is in town, and if you could use a few tips on applying your base flawlessly, and learning a few tricks to bringing out your facial structure and features (couldn’t we all), you can sign up for makeup workshops to learn how the pros at Laura Mercier do it.
Michel will be running a series of workshops at Takashimaya S.C. this coming weekend, and you can sign up for group sessions or a more intimate one-on-one consultation so he can really assess your skin type and needs, and give you the tips that will really help. 
11 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
Group workshops with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
Available timings: 1pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 7.30pm

12 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
One-on-One with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
1-hr sessions available from 10.30am – 6.30pm

To check on available slots and details, call: 6235-2786
Registration fee is $80 per person, and attendees receive a doorgift including a free full-size Caviar Eye Stick. But if you quote “makeupbox”, you get a 1-for-1 deal so your friend (or mommy) can attend a workshop together for free.
Zoom Info
makeupbox:

Meet Laura Mercier Global Makeup Artist Michel Coulombe in Singapore!
The very suave Michel Coulombe is in town, and if you could use a few tips on applying your base flawlessly, and learning a few tricks to bringing out your facial structure and features (couldn’t we all), you can sign up for makeup workshops to learn how the pros at Laura Mercier do it.
Michel will be running a series of workshops at Takashimaya S.C. this coming weekend, and you can sign up for group sessions or a more intimate one-on-one consultation so he can really assess your skin type and needs, and give you the tips that will really help. 
11 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
Group workshops with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
Available timings: 1pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 7.30pm

12 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
One-on-One with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
1-hr sessions available from 10.30am – 6.30pm

To check on available slots and details, call: 6235-2786
Registration fee is $80 per person, and attendees receive a doorgift including a free full-size Caviar Eye Stick. But if you quote “makeupbox”, you get a 1-for-1 deal so your friend (or mommy) can attend a workshop together for free.
Zoom Info
makeupbox:

Meet Laura Mercier Global Makeup Artist Michel Coulombe in Singapore!
The very suave Michel Coulombe is in town, and if you could use a few tips on applying your base flawlessly, and learning a few tricks to bringing out your facial structure and features (couldn’t we all), you can sign up for makeup workshops to learn how the pros at Laura Mercier do it.
Michel will be running a series of workshops at Takashimaya S.C. this coming weekend, and you can sign up for group sessions or a more intimate one-on-one consultation so he can really assess your skin type and needs, and give you the tips that will really help. 
11 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
Group workshops with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
Available timings: 1pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 7.30pm

12 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
One-on-One with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
1-hr sessions available from 10.30am – 6.30pm

To check on available slots and details, call: 6235-2786
Registration fee is $80 per person, and attendees receive a doorgift including a free full-size Caviar Eye Stick. But if you quote “makeupbox”, you get a 1-for-1 deal so your friend (or mommy) can attend a workshop together for free.
Zoom Info
makeupbox:

Meet Laura Mercier Global Makeup Artist Michel Coulombe in Singapore!
The very suave Michel Coulombe is in town, and if you could use a few tips on applying your base flawlessly, and learning a few tricks to bringing out your facial structure and features (couldn’t we all), you can sign up for makeup workshops to learn how the pros at Laura Mercier do it.
Michel will be running a series of workshops at Takashimaya S.C. this coming weekend, and you can sign up for group sessions or a more intimate one-on-one consultation so he can really assess your skin type and needs, and give you the tips that will really help. 
11 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
Group workshops with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
Available timings: 1pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 7.30pm

12 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
One-on-One with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
1-hr sessions available from 10.30am – 6.30pm

To check on available slots and details, call: 6235-2786
Registration fee is $80 per person, and attendees receive a doorgift including a free full-size Caviar Eye Stick. But if you quote “makeupbox”, you get a 1-for-1 deal so your friend (or mommy) can attend a workshop together for free.
Zoom Info
makeupbox:

Meet Laura Mercier Global Makeup Artist Michel Coulombe in Singapore!
The very suave Michel Coulombe is in town, and if you could use a few tips on applying your base flawlessly, and learning a few tricks to bringing out your facial structure and features (couldn’t we all), you can sign up for makeup workshops to learn how the pros at Laura Mercier do it.
Michel will be running a series of workshops at Takashimaya S.C. this coming weekend, and you can sign up for group sessions or a more intimate one-on-one consultation so he can really assess your skin type and needs, and give you the tips that will really help. 
11 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
Group workshops with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
Available timings: 1pm, 3pm, 5.30pm, 7.30pm

12 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB
One-on-One with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)
1-hr sessions available from 10.30am – 6.30pm

To check on available slots and details, call: 6235-2786
Registration fee is $80 per person, and attendees receive a doorgift including a free full-size Caviar Eye Stick. But if you quote “makeupbox”, you get a 1-for-1 deal so your friend (or mommy) can attend a workshop together for free.
Zoom Info

makeupbox:

Meet Laura Mercier Global Makeup Artist Michel Coulombe in Singapore!

The very suave Michel Coulombe is in town, and if you could use a few tips on applying your base flawlessly, and learning a few tricks to bringing out your facial structure and features (couldn’t we all), you can sign up for makeup workshops to learn how the pros at Laura Mercier do it.

Michel will be running a series of workshops at Takashimaya S.C. this coming weekend, and you can sign up for group sessions or a more intimate one-on-one consultation so he can really assess your skin type and needs, and give you the tips that will really help. 

11 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB

Group workshops with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)

Available timings: 1pm3pm5.30pm7.30pm

12 Oct 2014

Takashimaya MBB

One-on-One with Michel Coulombe (Laura Mercier Global Artist)

1-hr sessions available from 10.30am – 6.30pm

To check on available slots and details, call: 6235-2786

Registration fee is $80 per person, and attendees receive a doorgift including a free full-size Caviar Eye Stick. But if you quote “makeupbox”, you get a 1-for-1 deal so your friend (or mommy) can attend a workshop together for free.