Wednesday, November 30, 2011
I am not most people. I like pain on a few different levels, and I appreciate it as being equal to pleasure or anything else I might experience. I also value it as a part of my personal philosophy. because not all pain is the same, and different types of pain are valuable in different ways.
You see, the human body is not made of glass. Small cuts and bruises and scrapes WILL NOT KILL YOU. You might not like it, but this is a valuable thing to know. Your body is an amazing machine, it is capable of amazing strength and able to endure extreme temperatures, to function with little food or water for days on end, to withstand a variety of diseases and traumas. People are stronger then they give themselves credit. Tyler Durden is my hero in part because of his desire to test his own physical limits, and his desire to see others do the same. When you are broken or bleeding or doubled over in pain, you are alive and in the moment in the purest sense of the word.
Pain is also important as a counterpoint to pleasure. For some people pain feels good, for others, it's a nice little jolt to remind of how good the good things feel in contrast to something a little nastier. What may be a horrible feeling for some is enjoyable to others.
The point is, there are a range of physical experiences your body is capable of. Some people enjoy certain sensations more then others, and you should not fear or judge those who choose to do that.
Monday, November 28, 2011
I got super bored with my hair last week. The black dye was fading and my sides were growing in and the whole thing looked like a mess. So I got some bleach and ultra violet dye and cut it with some left over dark red/pruple I had left over and did this! I also gave myself a nice leave in treatment and trimmed the ends since the bleach was hell on my hair.
Bonus shot of me being silly. I like chewing on my tongue ring.
Friday, November 25, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
So I decided to go ahead and finally post one of my makeup routines. This one is pretty quick and basic, and fun for school days. I usually find brown shadows boring so this is my answer to that, fun shapes!
First step is foundation, I use covergirl clean. Super cheap and nice coverage.
Now things get weird. use some plain old scotch tape to mark where I want my eyeshadow to have a clean line.
Peel off the tape and we're left with a nice clean line.
Then I draw on my eyebrows. I use a plain black eyebrow pencil most days and just touch up my lines with a wet q-tip after.
Then I layer on a few coats of lash blast mascara. This stuff is really nice, no flake and very little clumping for the price.
I usually put a thin coat of nude lipstick on as well. I like Maybelline lipsticks, they come in a million colors and are pretty cheap.
And then we're done! What do you think should I post more make up walk throughs?
Monday, November 14, 2011
Monday, November 7, 2011
I know I've kind of been off the radar, but midterms are done so I should be back on track this week. Help me know what you guys want to read by looking over in the poll i added in the sidebar! If you want to see something else leave a comment, thanks loves!