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Emma Stone looks great in her natural blonde locks, but I adore this red shade she rocked for so long.
Emma Stone; I know that she's naturally a blonde, but she has a red head personality. She's hilarious
People I admire
Mexican actress Anette Michel. I'm not a fan of her but I think she looks so good in this picture.
Half blonde half black. Hair for the brave but she looks great x
This is super cool. And I pretty much adore her ideas for my INFP type, so she must be on to something here!
Minus the sheep in the picture, this totally looks like our family border collie, her name was "Chip" and she was the sweetest dog I have ever had. She is my companion for most of my life and I miss her everyday. It feels so weird not seeing her still to this day. She always has a place in my heart!<3
Books Worth Reading
So I pretty much adore everything about this house tour, but don't feel sophisticated enough to employ any of her ideas. Except for this one! Stylish and functional! Though there is absolutely no place for this in our current apartment.
A beautiful Corpse Bride cosplay with really innovative bone arm solution. I love that she didn't go for cartoon-y overdrawn eye make up and instead went for more traditional methods to make her eyes look larger (but still natural). Long story short: Looks Awesome! (If you know who this can be credited to, please comment and let me know!)
Doggie Umbrella... FOR ELSI! she is so prissy, she looks at me like im nuts when i want her to go out in the rain!
Bags in the City
Chloé has so much love for her titian locks. She said, "Combined with my green eyes and natural curls I’m always complimented on it. I often get asked if I go to the hairdressers to get it done, and I love replying with 'Nah, this is all natural!'"
Orange and Black Wedding Party - I love this shade orange and it just looks so great in photos
Styles I love
This Saturday, Toby and I were riding the bus downtown, when a six-year-old girl sat down next to us. She was wearing a white dress and sparkly red flats, and her blonde hair was twisted into a braid. My first instinct was to compliment her hairstyle, but I stopped myself... I had just read the GREAT article How to Talk to Little Girls by Lisa Bloom, which encourages adults to ask little girls about ideas and books, instead of complimenting their looks. "Teaching girls that their appearanc...
k i t c h e n s
I adore her dress in this photo. I also adore where she wore it: Positano, Italy. I want to go back soon . . . and wear that dress!!!
Beat Face Honey... her face is donnnne I love the way she still looks so natural. I love it!!
I've never read anything as true as this. I connect to this because my best friend self harms. I am always there for her and i care so much about her. But i feel like im never doing enough to help her and i constantly live in the fear of "what if she kills herself and I could've done something more to help her. "
she looks gorgeous with her hair like this. i want it back. she looks like the natural, carefree island girl that she used to be
she takes "crazy" pictures of herself and her family every year and hangs them in the staircase of their home. I would love to recreate this for our home. It looks so happy. You can't help but smile when you see them.
I want and adore long, thick, natural hair...but a weave will work for now lol.
style i love
Hair styling quiet book page. I know I don't have a girl, but this looks like so much fun! Maybe for a niece when she comes along :)
I could never do a thigh tattoo but this looks great on her!
Christ oh blessed Savior as Daniel stood so boldly before your blessed and great throne of grace for Israel I stand here on today before your throne of grace on behalf of America repenting for all her sins and great iniquities not just for this nation but also for many that she have shed innocent blood before your holy sight I ask this in Christ holy name I release the Holy Blood of Lamb of Elohim from the crown of her head to the soul of her feet place your fire around her in Christ name amen.
"Cora Pearl (Emma Crouch), 1854. Cora Pearl was the most famous courtesan in Paris. She charmed men not just with her looks, but with her daring sexuality, wit, and lust for life. She was known for her many high-class lovers (including Napoleon's cousin) and her passion for making herself a spectacle. She dyed her hair bold colors, wore scanty costumes, and supposedly once had herself served naked on a silver plate at one of her dinners."