deniselovesmakeup

deniselovesmakeup:

Pop art is an art movement that emerged in the US by the late 1950s. This art form includes imagery from popular culture—advertising, news, comic strips, etc.

Roy Lichtenstein became a leading figure of the movement in the 60s, approaching this art form though parodies and humorous…

I want to do this this year so you need to help me

coolhalloweenideas
coolhalloweenideas:

Cat Chasing a String Eye Makeup.

How To:
- Apply foundation to even skin tone (optional)
- Using black eyeliner (the kind that comes in a “pot”-can be purchased at any drug store and includes brush) draw outline of cat, extending to tail into eyebrows.
- Fill the color in, leaving two circles un-touched for the eyes.
- Using colored eyebrow pencils or colored eyeshadow (use a tiny brush) fill in eye color/design as desired.
- Cut a light weight piece of string (such as embroidery floss) to desired length.
- Using false eyelash glue (make sure you have the type that dries clear) place several ‘dabs’ in places you would like the string attached.
Optional: For a pop of color, add brightly colored eye shadow above the cat.
Did you re-create this look? Show us your pics- we’ll post our favs! If we post yours, you are automatically entered into our contest to win some cool Halloween gear!

coolhalloweenideas:

Cat Chasing a String Eye Makeup.

How To:

- Apply foundation to even skin tone (optional)

- Using black eyeliner (the kind that comes in a “pot”-can be purchased at any drug store and includes brush) draw outline of cat, extending to tail into eyebrows.

- Fill the color in, leaving two circles un-touched for the eyes.

- Using colored eyebrow pencils or colored eyeshadow (use a tiny brush) fill in eye color/design as desired.

- Cut a light weight piece of string (such as embroidery floss) to desired length.

- Using false eyelash glue (make sure you have the type that dries clear) place several ‘dabs’ in places you would like the string attached.

Optional: For a pop of color, add brightly colored eye shadow above the cat.

Did you re-create this look? Show us your pics- we’ll post our favs! If we post yours, you are automatically entered into our contest to win some cool Halloween gear!

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blacksentai:

huffingtonpost:

HERE’S JUST HOW MUCH IT PAYS TO BE CONVENTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE

We’ve come to expect impossible, even improbable standards of beauty to populate our magazines and our television shows. It’s another thing entirely to find they’ve invaded our workplace.

Watch Vox’s full video to see the many other ways these unrealistic beauty standards effect where we work.

And realize that racism informs our beauty standards. And transphobia.