Stickin' em with Pointy Ends and Lace

Everything from fashion and makeup to Batman and George R. R. Martin. (More of the latter to be honest.)
THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST LIP PRODUCT BESIDES REGULAR LIPSTICK THAT I’VE EVER TRIED!
I’m sooooooo happy with it. 
It’s called “NYC City Proof Twistable Intense Lip Color”. 
Pros:
It’s cheap. I bought mine for $2.99 each (South Ferry Berry & Gramercy Park Plum). That price just makes my little heart sing!
The color payoff is fantastic and it’s buildable so depending on how much you use you can make it look like whatever you want along the lipstain to lipstick spectrum. 
The best part is the texture. I love lipstick for it’s relatively moisture rich yet dry finish. To clarify, I don’t mean that lipstick dries out my lips. I hate it when any product dries out my lips which is why I hate lipstains but I also hate lip gloss. Lip gloss just feels gross to me (it feels like a have a sticky, gooey mess on my lips), I never feel like the moisture actually sinks into my lips at all unlike lipstick does, it comes off so easily as compared to lipstick (I usually get that lipstain-esque look even after the lipstick comes off a little and I love that but there’s none of that with lip gloss), I have long hair and I hate it when it gets stuck in the lip gloss and it gets on my face (it’s a hot mess), & I’ve never gotten the kind of color payoff that I want from lip gloss. (I have to put on so much to get half the color I want. It’s probably because I’m darker skinned meaning that my lips are a darker color than the average American woman’s so what would work on them doesn’t really work on me in the same way but I digress.)
It seems to be a bit more moisturizing that any of the lipsticks I’ve used thus far.
The finish can be anywhere from matte to satin-y depending on how much you use. 
Cons:
It’s a little hard to use because of the shape of the actual product. I’m used to using lipstick and they seem a lot more intuitive because they’re shaped like lips whereas this is shaped like a crayon. It was a bit difficult to get defined edges but I think it’d be fine if the point was a little sharper. I used the sides of the crayon for the majority of my lips but I’d recommend using a brush to get defined edges with this product. 
http://newyorkcolor.com/products/lips/lipcolor/city-proof-twistable-intense-lip-color

THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST LIP PRODUCT BESIDES REGULAR LIPSTICK THAT I’VE EVER TRIED!

I’m sooooooo happy with it. 

It’s called “NYC City Proof Twistable Intense Lip Color”. 

Pros:

  1. It’s cheap. I bought mine for $2.99 each (South Ferry Berry & Gramercy Park Plum). That price just makes my little heart sing!
  2. The color payoff is fantastic and it’s buildable so depending on how much you use you can make it look like whatever you want along the lipstain to lipstick spectrum. 
  3. The best part is the texture. I love lipstick for it’s relatively moisture rich yet dry finish. To clarify, I don’t mean that lipstick dries out my lips. I hate it when any product dries out my lips which is why I hate lipstains but I also hate lip gloss. Lip gloss just feels gross to me (it feels like a have a sticky, gooey mess on my lips), I never feel like the moisture actually sinks into my lips at all unlike lipstick does, it comes off so easily as compared to lipstick (I usually get that lipstain-esque look even after the lipstick comes off a little and I love that but there’s none of that with lip gloss), I have long hair and I hate it when it gets stuck in the lip gloss and it gets on my face (it’s a hot mess), & I’ve never gotten the kind of color payoff that I want from lip gloss. (I have to put on so much to get half the color I want. It’s probably because I’m darker skinned meaning that my lips are a darker color than the average American woman’s so what would work on them doesn’t really work on me in the same way but I digress.)
  4. It seems to be a bit more moisturizing that any of the lipsticks I’ve used thus far.
  5. The finish can be anywhere from matte to satin-y depending on how much you use. 

Cons:

  1. It’s a little hard to use because of the shape of the actual product. I’m used to using lipstick and they seem a lot more intuitive because they’re shaped like lips whereas this is shaped like a crayon. It was a bit difficult to get defined edges but I think it’d be fine if the point was a little sharper. I used the sides of the crayon for the majority of my lips but I’d recommend using a brush to get defined edges with this product. 

http://newyorkcolor.com/products/lips/lipcolor/city-proof-twistable-intense-lip-color

showered-flowers:

have you ever just looked at someone and thought, my fucking god i love you. i love every goddamn ounce. i love your bones and your soul. but I’m a loser, who just doesn’t wanna lose you. i can lose fucking everything, but not you. oh god. not you. 

(via dingdongyouarewrong)

hiddleshabanera:

dragoniza:

”- Why don’t you smile? 

-Because I have an ugly smile.

-That’s impossible, when someone smiles, no matter what form have smile, or if your teeth are large, small, crooked… People just look beautiful when they smile, because we know that they are happy, and that’s what matters.”

teeth / smiles appreciation Animation

YOU FORGOT ONE 

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(via kittikat4812)