My sister in law has been thinking lately about getting in alternative modeling though we're not sure exactly sure where to start.
Are ere any sort of sites we can check out?
We live in Florida, so it's not exactly, as far as we know, the pla with a bunch of modeling agencies.
My high school prom is coming up and I can't seem to find a dress that I like, I'm very theatrical in my everyday sort of fashion, and I'd really like to wear a unique, sort of crazy dress.
I love themes, and the prom theme is Greece. And I'd like to go a different path the what most people are going and I sort of what to base it around a Greek god/goddess. I'm thinking of Hades (because my sort of style is usually gothic/edgy/punky).
My measurements are 42-34-41 and I'm five foot nothin' with a short torso and longer legs.
Do any of y'all know where I might be able to find a more unique prom dress?
I love it!
If I had enough hair, I'd try to do that with my own (only in a mini tophat form :P).
I used to think fashion like that was crazy and silly, but now I have a much different apperciation for it. It's an art in its own right.
Okay, so the heels of my feet are super, super calloused (like...big chunks of skin will flake off and the calloused area is very, very dark).
I am disgusted by my feet.
Does anyone know any remedies that might be able to help me?
I've tried everything I could think of. Home remedies, oils, lotions, those files (including the pedegg), pumice stones, cotton socks. The skin routines and all that jazz, and just nothing seems to work :(
I don't even wanna bother with my feet because I just hate them so much.
Thank you for your time :)
I recently got a pair of Saddle Oxford's (http://www.journeys.com/product.aspx?id=170834), and while I'm in love with them, I can't figure out what to wear with them :(
When I wear them with my jeans/skinnies, my ankle is visible, and I'm not used to that, and I don't really like it...
"Makeup doesn't cover up imperfections- Makeup accentuates the beauty you already posses (if you know what your doing.)"
I love you so much for saying that.
A lot of people don't share the same view I have about makeup.
Natural beauty, to me, isn't just an outside thing.
It's an inside thing, too.
You can be the most beautiful person on the Earth, but if you're ugly on the inside, it's gonna show.
A boy once said to me "You wear the most makeup I've ever seen a girl wear, with the eyes and lips and the face...you're covering up who you are."
I found that really intersting for him to say, because I wasn't covering up who I was. I wasn't covering up my personality behind the harmless creams and powders.
I wear makeup because I actually like it.
It's PART of who I am. It's fun. It's an art. I wanna make it my life.
With all my makeup on, you can still clearly see who I am.
Anyone would know that my lids aren't actually unnatural colours and my lips aren't purple or neon pink or dark red.
Putting on makeup and wearing it makes me happy. I love it and it makes me feel well...pretty :P
I know I don't need it (no one needs it), but I like it.
And people can go around and call me fake because of it. Go ahead.
Because it's always the people who don't know me who call me fake.
(WOO! RANT YOUR FACE OFF!!! lol~â™¥ Sorry o^_^o didn't realize how much I actually typed.)
And I totally agree with number 4.
We can't waste the only life we have being unhappy.
Well, with a 42" bust and 41" hips, I don't think anything super super small would look...right XD I have a 36" waist already.
But I'm hoping that this will maybe help worrect my posture too!
Any form of body modification that isn't medically necessary is frowned upon by my dad XD
Even hair dye is too much for him.
When I came out of bathroom one night as with dark brown hair after I went in a blonde, the only thing he said was "Oh...Don't ever do that again."
...Of couse, I'm still dying it lol
But I think me wearing a corset would freak him out (I've seen a fwe videos of women putting them on and the very obvious change in body shape).
Thank you! :DD
Well, I've been wondering about the health risks and whatnot.
And does your waist stay like that? Or is it something you have to keep up with?
Does the corset have to be worn daily?
Does it help with posture (after a couple bad car accidents, my back is kinda messed up, and I used to play cello where
I had to sit up straight, but now it's just painful)?
It's not that I want a super tiny waist, but maybe just a few inches smaller.
...I guess I kinda wanna know everything about everything! lol
It's not something I'm looking to do right away (my dad would
just have a fit!), but it's something I'm thinking of doing in the future...
A while back (probably about 2 years ago), I started to really get into making my own face scrubs and using more natural products instead of harsh chemicals.
After using my own homemade face scrubs for a while, I got lazy one night and decided "What the heck!" and used a store bought face wash that I still had.
I let it sit like I was suppose to, but felt an odd sensation. I shrugged it off (because my skin always felt a little tingly when I used it), then washed the stuff off.
Not long after, my face was completely red, tight, burning, and itchy. Apperently I got a chemical burn from it.
I now completely stay away from things like that and I either make my own stuff or buy this one natural face mask.
The brand is called "Montagne Jeunesse" and comes in many different flavors (as I like to call them lol). My personal favorites are the chocolate and dead sea one ^_^
They're usually a dollar (5 for $4) at Wal-Greens or Publix.
Plus, they aren't tested on animals, which gets a HUGE thumbs up from me (otherwise, I'd refuse to use them).
They always leave my skin feeling so nice and smooth, and they just smell wonderful (it's a nice break from the face things I make, considering that lemon juice can start smelling a bit strong and disgusting in large amounts).
Near the top right on the packaging, there's usually a spot that tells what it's good for (like oily t-zone, dry skin, normal skin, etc.)
No idea why natural products work so well (honestly, using things that are more natural have cleared up my skin better then any over the counter face wash ever has).
But I think of it this way: Along with all of the chemicals that are put in face washes, there are also more "natural" things like certain oils and whatnot.
It might make cleaning eaiser on the skin?
Not sure of the whole science behind it lol
Black, when used near the inner corner, tends to make the eyes look smaller.
Try putting some white in the inner corner to open up your eyes.
In almost all of the makeup looks I do, I use white in the inner corner of my upper and lower lids.
Lining your bottom waterline will also help give the illusion of larger eyes.
Another thing that can help is curling your lashes at the base before putting on mascara.
Also, try tightlining your upper eyelid.
-I don't have any way to upload videos, so sadly, no :(
(And I'm a YT FREAK! lol)
-More tutorials. When I watch beauty/fashion videos, I love watching and learning from peoples tutorials.
And keep your little sister in there lol
Y'all made me giggle.
"Alright, alright, that's enough."