Her name is Louise too (hihi) and she writes pretty poems. It’s creepy how I feel like we’re twins since she likes the same music as me. She posts photos, letters, and etc. I find her blog really, really interesting. Go check it out at aprilcalls.
Glasses ~ Who would’ve thought that these two circular lenses could symbolize my entire childhood? Learning to read and discovering the beauty of computers at a really young age caused me to develop nearsightedness. Thus, causing me to see everything behind a frame. I hated it at first but as time passed, I’ve learned to love the curse.
Jesus love you too, anon. :)
Sometimes, we make judgments about a person with the way they look and the way they dress which makes us prejudiced. We don’t give ourselves a chance to get to know the person because we’ve already made up our minds about them based on what we have seen, their appearance.
The cliché, “Looks can be deceiving.” probably came from that common mistake that we, humans, make because most of the time, the people who you think the worst of have the kindest hearts and the people who you call an angel have horns hidden under their halos.
Kim is a 17-year old shutterbug who has captured my interest. Her shots look like they’ve been ripped out of my favorite magazines and no, I’m not talking about those girly Seventeen, Teen Vogue kinds of magazines. I have no idea what camera she uses but she’s really good and she posts personal stuff too. Check her blog here. She is worth the follow.
Hit the heart, guys! :)
Her blogs is the perfect definition of personal. You can tell a lot about her because of her blog. I like her thoughts tag, you should check it of you want to knock some sense into your head. I also think she takes really good photographs so that’s a plus. Follow her here.
“And if you’re in love, then you are the lucky one, ‘Cause most of us are bitter over someone.” - Youth by Daughter
I wonder how many of these crosses belong to people who died alone, who never got to say goodbye to the ones they love, who never even had someone to say goodbye to. It’s already hard enough to think about how you’ll die, then you have to think about the people you’ll leave behind. Will they weep for you or will they be happy to finally get rid of you? Think about it.
Sorry to disappoint you, anon. I don’t wear make-up.
In today’s society, you can’t deny the fact that people go an extra mile in trying to make themselves look good and I believe that it’s not a bad thing. A little hygienic effort to feel pretty won’t hurt anyone, right? So here are some tips so you can look and feel pretty without any make-up.
1. Drink lots of water.
Water can wash away toxins from your body which would give your skin it’s natural healthy glow back. There is no specific amount of water required for this, just try keep yourself from getting thirsty. Take note, replenishing your body won’t happen overnight. Make it a habit. Trust me, water doesn’t only make your skin look good, it also makes you feel good.
2. Wash your face with a soap that’s suited for your skin type.
I have really oily skin so I use The Body Shop’s Tea Tree Skin Clearing Facial Wash every night before I go to bed. It’s a bit expensive but it’s totally worth it since one bottle lasts for a year but if your skin is normal or dry, just use Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser.
3. Keep your lips (and skin) moisturized.
I use Vaseline Petroleum Jelly as lip balm (and face moisturizer) because I don’t think it’s practical to spend more just for flavored lip balms. You can apply it whenever you feel your lips crack (but apply it before going to bed and keep it overnight if you’ll use it on your face).
4. Apply sunscreen.
I am very sensitive to skin products for reason I don’t know. I’ve only used one sunscreen on my face and that’s the Neutrogena Pure & Free Baby Sunscreen Lotion SPF 60+. For the body, I use any lotion with an SPF 15+ or greater
5. Keep your hair away from your face.
Getting your hair on your face would irritate your skin and that’s one of the reasons why you get pimples. I prefer to use scrunchies to tie my hair in a bun or a ponytail but you can also use headbands and clips.