noellewithoutno
devinepizza:

DIY Tips and Tricks
HOW TO GET PERFECT PINK LIPS
15 HOT makeup hacks
EASY DIY beauty tricks
Cheap Clear skin tricks
Most creative DIY nail art designs
DIY Nail Hacks
Tips For Healthier, Glowing Skin
Beautiful Blush Tips Worth Trying! 
A Makeup Secret That Will Save You Hundreds 
How to Make your Lashes Look Longer & other tricks
The Color Block tutorial
Get A Perfect Smokey Eye In Minutes
Eyes
Awesome eyeliner tricks
SHOW STOPPING EYE MAKE UP
Choose The Right Eyebrow Color
Catchy eye make up (helps especially if you need a new eye make up routine!)
Eye makeup tips from Lauren Conrad’s The Beauty Department
Artistic Eyeliner
Make-up FAILS
Ultimate Eyebrow Fails
Celeb Makeup Fails pt.1
Celeb Makeup Fails pt.2
Dazzling Disney Eye Makeup
Worst Eyebrow Fails Ever
Sharpies can be used on just about everything… just not your face
Others
Celebrities Without Makeup (THIS WILL MAKE YOU FEEL BETTER ABOUT YOURSELF)
Makeup Transformations That are Going to Blow You Away
Celebs before and after makeup
Incredible male to female makeup transformations
Shocking Porn Stars Without Makeup
Amazing PhotoShop Transformations
Most Unhealthy Hair Habits
Craziest Half Drag
Crazy anime makeup transformations!  (NOT PHOTOSHOPPED!!)
HOW TO LOOK SUPER HOT
Insane movie makeup transformations
Celebs on Botox

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jadorelavie
We are the generation of nostalgia. We grew up in the age of transition. From hand-written letters to electronic mails. From film to digital. We were fascinated by new things, neglecting the way we spend our afternoons. Cupcakes and tea. Play-Doh and Polly Pockets. Young and naive. Technology completely changed the way we waited and we grew up too fast. The simple things in life seems more meaningful now. We grew up in the age of transition and have become the generation of nostalgia.

This is the best/truest thing I’ve read in so long (via thesleepingfawn)

But this explains the 90s kids

(via twistednuns)

insanity-and-vanity
insanity-and-vanity:

“I wish there was someone I could ask for advice. Someone who wouldn’t make me feel like a creep for spilling my guts and trying to explain all the insecurities that have plagued me for, oh, about 25 years now. I wish someone could explain to me why exactly I have no desire to learn anymore, why I used to have so much energy and the need to search for miles and weeks for anything new and different. Excitement. I was once a magnet for attracting new offbeat personalities who would introduce me to music and books of the obscure, and I would soak it into my system like a rabid, sex-crazed, junkie, hyperactive, mentally-retarded toddler who’s just had her first taste of sugar.”
— Kurt Cobain, journals

insanity-and-vanity:

I wish there was someone I could ask for advice. Someone who wouldn’t make me feel like a creep for spilling my guts and trying to explain all the insecurities that have plagued me for, oh, about 25 years now. I wish someone could explain to me why exactly I have no desire to learn anymore, why I used to have so much energy and the need to search for miles and weeks for anything new and different. Excitement. I was once a magnet for attracting new offbeat personalities who would introduce me to music and books of the obscure, and I would soak it into my system like a rabid, sex-crazed, junkie, hyperactive, mentally-retarded toddler who’s just had her first taste of sugar.

— Kurt Cobain, journals