1. Light a ring of sexual Fuck-Torches around your mattress to encircle your fuck-chamber with a sensual flame while you fuck like a master. Fuck-Torches are not expensive and they make you fuck good, so just buy so many of them. Then while you are fucking, your sexual lover might say, “I like your Fuck-Torches,” and you can say, “Thank you. They were not expensive.”

    — 

    5 Tips To Fuck Good | ClickHole

    This amuses me because it reads like it was written by aliens.

  2. (via Zwazo Libre by ZwazoLibre on Etsy)

A friend of mine makes lovely, Calder-esque jewelry and y’all should check her out. I’m really excited by her description of what she’s working on, “a collection that celebrates my Haitian Kreyol culture and its African roots, the creative lenses of sci-fi and steampunk, the elevated elegance of femininity, and plain old, unapologetic, bold, weirdness.”

C’mon. That’s awesome. Check her out and Favorite her store on your Etsy.

    (via Zwazo Libre by ZwazoLibre on Etsy)

    A friend of mine makes lovely, Calder-esque jewelry and y’all should check her out. I’m really excited by her description of what she’s working on, “a collection that celebrates my Haitian Kreyol culture and its African roots, the creative lenses of sci-fi and steampunk, the elevated elegance of femininity, and plain old, unapologetic, bold, weirdness.”

    C’mon. That’s awesome. Check her out and Favorite her store on your Etsy.

  3. “To give eyes a glistening ’30s screen-siren effect, I use lip gloss or a thick balm like Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream,” said Pati Dubroff, who has worked with Miley Cyrus and Natalie Portman. “I’ve also used a dark lip gloss over a smudged eye pencil for a sultry look. The lids look wet. The stuff slides around, but it looks great.” • “One of my favorite things for clients with unruly eyebrows is a product from göt2b that kids use to spike their hair,” said Jo-Anna Lynn, a makeup artist at Sharon Dorram Color at Sally Hershberger. “I use it on a mascara spool.” • Kathy Jeung, who does Rita Ora’s and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s makeup, creates the illusion of a fuller brow using eye shadow blended with a bit of brow wax or mustache wax. “My favorite product for this is Stila matte powder eye shadow because it has a dense yet silky formulation that has great grabbing power,” she said. “Use a shade lighter than your brow color and apply with a stiff angled brush in the same direction as your eyebrow’s growth pattern.” • Amanda Mattos, who writes an email beauty newsletter called A Series of Tubes, uses highlighter on her eyelids. “I bought a golden yellow Benefit highlighter called Sunbeam, and it looked awful on my face, but it’s the most perfect daytime eye makeup,” she said. She applies it on her eyelids as a subtle shadow before applying eyeliner. • Mr. Castro uses Face Stockholm Matte Eyeshadow in Lavender as a blush. “It’s one of the most beautiful colors on your cheeks,” he said. “The blue in it creates a dusty rose effect that makes skin look supple and radiant.” He also likes to take three lipsticks of the same color family and blend them together on the cheeks. “It gives you a beautiful depth,” he said, “especially if you’re being photographed.” • “I put the white luminous part of a highlighter on the top of my lips as if it was a lip liner,” said Salma Hayek Pinault, creator of the Nuance Salma Hayek line. “Everything that is dark is going to give you depth, so the highlighter pulls your lips front and center. Underneath the line you fill the rest with lipstick.” • For the fall 2014 Marc Jacobs show, François Nars applied his Dione Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow on top of Striptease Lip Gloss so that the lips had a touch of frosted metallic silver, he said. • Ms. Murray takes a small amount of Vaseline or Egyptian Magic skin cream and, with her finger, works it into the back of her hand, then pats the excess on the cheekbones, down the nose and along the cupid’s bow. “A little goes a long way, so use it very sparingly,” she said. “It gives the skin a youthful, juicy quality that makeup can’t achieve.” • To create an iridescent lotion, Derek Selby, the national retail director for Cover FX, blends loose shimmery powder with body lotion. “For day I might do three parts lotion to one part powder,” he said. “For night I’ve done the opposite, using three parts powder to one part lotion.” • “I use hair spray, Kerastase Double Force, to set shimmery body powder so it doesn’t wear off,” Ms. Zomnir said.

    — 

    Makeup Artists Suggest Unusual Application Ideas - NYTimes.com

    Messing around with some of these suggestions. Good times.

  4. Sometimes I like to dress as if I host my own awesome children’s tv show.

    Sometimes I like to dress as if I host my own awesome children’s tv show.

  5. bird-fix:

red tailed black cockatoo

So, if I put my hair in a pompadour and spray a little fake snow in it (probably using a little circular stencil maybe?), will it look this cool? 
JEWELS I KNOW YOU LOVE PLAYING WITH HAIR, WANNA HELP?

    bird-fix:

    red tailed black cockatoo

    So, if I put my hair in a pompadour and spray a little fake snow in it (probably using a little circular stencil maybe?), will it look this cool? 

    JEWELS I KNOW YOU LOVE PLAYING WITH HAIR, WANNA HELP?

    (Source: flickriver.com)

  6. omgthatdress:

Suit
Mary Quant, late 1960s
Kerry Taylor Auctions

Want.

    omgthatdress:

    Suit

    Mary Quant, late 1960s

    Kerry Taylor Auctions

    Want.

  7. I am in love with this jacket I bought recently - not sure how evident it is that it’s sheer. Work bathroom selfie.

    I am in love with this jacket I bought recently - not sure how evident it is that it’s sheer. Work bathroom selfie.

  8. putthison:

    A New Way of Making Shoes

    Here’s something awesome. Eugenia Morpurgo and Juan Montero have come up with a new manufacturing system for shoes. Through laser cutters and 3D printers, they’re able to produce design patterns, and then have those patterns transformed into separate components, which they assemble by hand without the need for stitches or glue. Their idea is to take the process of shoe production and bring it directly to the consumer. So, instead of having your shoes made in England or China, the “factory” would be brought into your local store, where you can choose what you want and have your shoes made within an hour. 

    The system at the moment is still more of a novelty than anything practical, but if it develops, it could have a lot of interesting consequences. For example, it could reduce waste and the need for overproduction, as well as the size of storage facilities necessary for producing and selling footwear. This, of course, could greatly lower our environmental impact. It could also blow open the doors for collaboration and customization, as the manufacturing process becomes more digitalized. And, perhaps if these systems become cheap enough, maybe one day you can have one in your own home, so that you can design shoes based off of templates you’ve downloaded from the web. 

    You can learn more about the project at Don’t Run (the project’s name) and Domus

    Also sincerely love shoes. These are interesting - almost cartoony. 

  9. laughingsquid:

Gorgeous Fabric Sculptures of Moths, Butterflies, and Other Insects

Outfit colors inspo. 

    laughingsquid:

    Gorgeous Fabric Sculptures of Moths, Butterflies, and Other Insects

    Outfit colors inspo. 

  10. Different Eyebrow Styles in Tang Dynasty (by kudumomo)

Is it weird I want to try these for some reason?

    Different Eyebrow Styles in Tang Dynasty (by kudumomo)

    Is it weird I want to try these for some reason?

  11. fripperiesandfobs:

    Worth tea gown ca. 1895

    From the Musée Galliera

    WOULD WEAR. GORGEOUS COLORS. 

  12. fripperiesandfobs:

    Givenchy hat worn by Audrey Hepburn in a Cecil Beaton photo spread for the November 1964 issue of Vogue, to promote the release of My Fair Lady

    From Bonham’s

    WOULD WEAR. 

  13. womensweardaily:

They Are Wearing: Paris Couture Week
Photo by Kuba Dabrowski

DAT HAT.

    womensweardaily:

    They Are Wearing: Paris Couture Week

    Photo by Kuba Dabrowski

    DAT HAT.

  14. More color inspo. Reminds me of Weetzie Bat for some reason.

    More color inspo. Reminds me of Weetzie Bat for some reason.

    (Source: tatianapancewicz)

  15. I also adore this collection, although it’s very spring-like for a Fall Couture collection. Whatever I still love it, and want all of it (again). (via Giambattista Valli Fall 2014 Couture Collection | Tom & Lorenzo Fabulous & Opinionated)

    I also adore this collection, although it’s very spring-like for a Fall Couture collection. Whatever I still love it, and want all of it (again). (via Giambattista Valli Fall 2014 Couture Collection | Tom & Lorenzo Fabulous & Opinionated)