13 8 / 2014

Essie Exotic Liras
a deeply decadant fuchsia

Essie Exotic Liras

a deeply decadant fuchsia

20 7 / 2014


Ever wondered how Tilikum feels in confinement in relation to his size? The WDC replicated the tank dimensions of the pool he spends the most time in (the underwater viewing area) into human terms so you really can get a perspective on what his life is like.

Save the whales!

05 7 / 2014

It was a perfect day to celebrate falling in love with him 4 years ago! 7.4.14.

04 7 / 2014

Bet You Didn’t Know: Independence Day

02 7 / 2014


The Samsung Smart Bike can spy on cars behind you, and create a bike lane for protection.

Perfect for a girl like me who is deathly
afraid of being hit by a car.

(via npr)

02 7 / 2014

"I have lost and loved and won and cried myself to the person I am today."

Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps  (via thatkindofwoman)

Loving, learning, growing…it’s all a part of life.

(Source: wordsnquotes, via thatkindofwoman)

01 7 / 2014


Phenomenal! Well said Red.

(Source: frankoceanvevo, via alwaysyou)

01 7 / 2014

Trish Papadakos

Trish Papadakos

(Source: solitaire-solidaire, via thatkindofwoman)

30 6 / 2014

After reading this article, I’ve pinpointed a couple things that have caused my breakout over the weekend. Time to get on a healthier regimen.

29 6 / 2014

Breaking Out?

Add a regularly scheduled makeup brush cleaning to your routine. 



Olive oil
Antibacterial soap


Step 1: Mix two parts antibacterial dish soap to one part of the extra-virgin olive oil on a clean plate (don’t use paper plate, as the oil will seep through).

Step 2: Grab your first brush and wet it slightly with lukewarm water. Make sure the brush stays bristle-side down throughout the entire process. If water gets into the ferrule (the middle tube part that holds everything together) of the brush, it can loosen the glue, causing the bristles to fall out.

Step 3: Dip the damp brush into the soap mixture and coat it thoroughly. Next, work the mixture into the bristles using the palm of your hand and fingers. Continue until the soapy residue is makeup free.

Step 4: Rinse the brushes under lukewarm water until no soap runs from the bristles.

Step 5: Roll a dish towel like you would a yoga mat, and drape a paper towel over it so that most of the paper towel hangs off. (The paper towel should look like a slide coming down from the dish towel). Next, arrange the brush so the top of the handle sits on top of the towel, pitching the rest of the brush down onto the paper towel. This will allow your brushes to dry on a slant, while keeping moisture away from the ferrule.

Repeat with remaining brushes. Some make take two washings to get completely clean, depending on the amount of residue left behind. Allow them to dry overnight, and repeat about once a month.