Y’all wanna talk about dry skin. My current skin care routine is: wash face every other day (if that, with the most basic face wash thank you Nourish Organic), sometimes use Lush’s Breath of Fresh Air toner, USE AN OLIVE OIL BASED LIP BALM ALL OVER MY FACE (locally made lip balm, literally has like five ingredients, it is great). No joke, I am to the point of olive oil. I don’t care if it clogs my pores, it has to be better than this flaky, itchy shit. THEN I use an argan oil serum (Nourish Organic) and THEN a heavy moisturizer (also Nourish Organic, sometimes with Lush’s Skin’s ShanGri La ON TOP). So yeah, olive oil, argan oil, and two heavy moisturizers and THEN I usually put the olive oil on top after every thing has been sucked into my skin. What the fuck, fuck winter.
I’m in his bed; get out of my dreams.
i think the only thing i could probably step up is taking care of my complexion……. it is suffering very much lately.. like the worst it’s been in a while
girl you don’t have to step up shit, unless you wanna FOR YOU. You’re super fine any way you feel good.
when I look at these blogs that are just made up entirely of really pretty really skinny (but still with boob/butt, or at least what qualifies for white girls in that department) girls it doesn’t make me jealous or want to change. It reminds me exactly how easy it is to be skinny/pretty and that there are SO many girls who are, and that what is REALLY important is that you have an amazing personality. I guess both are possible, but one is easy to achieve and one is difficult/maybe impossible (how difficult would it be to revamp your personality into a better version?
So yeah, I try not to worry very much about being skinny/pretty cause I am intelligent, creative and kind AKA awesome.
Happy Widow by Rasmus Mogensen for Schön Magazine.
Grace & Naomi | Vintage Black Glam
Grace Jones and Naomi Campbell hamming it up for the cameras at Studio 54 in New York City, 1970s.
I’m sorry but do you know when Naomi Campbell was born? She does not look five years old in this picture. I would like to know when/where it was actually from…
I want to address the label the NY Times gave to white rapper Macklemore: "the first contextually post-black pop-star rapper."
What does the NY Times mean by post-black? Well, the history of popular music in the US follows a strict and undisputed pattern. That is, a genre is created within black culture, then adopted by white record labels that exploit black artists until a nice white…
This is terrifying.