modern lover

snowglakes:

im all about having more body posi media but not when the message is “boys like curvy girls” because who fucking cares what boys like


basedheisenberg:

Being drunk does not excuse cheating.

Being drunk does not excuse rape.

Being drunk does not excuse being an asshole.

Being drunk does not excuse shitty and destructive behavior.

Being drunk is not an excuse.

Control yourself or don’t drink.


yzma:

'babe, what's the safety word'

'jacobs by marc jacobs for marc by marc jacobs in collaboration with marc jacobs for marc by marc jacobs'


majorkimblee:

i love how no one messes with avatar the last airbender. there are people who are like, wow you watch doctor who? fucking nerd. you watch anime? gosh you’re such a weirdo. you watch avatar the last airbender? oh man you know that’s pretty cool so um what kind of bender would you be omg isn’t toph badass and don’t get me started on appa


another-casualty-to-society:

Mercutio: Romeo, mah Bromeo, I love you man, but no homeo.

Romeo: Bruh


heyfranhey:

Hello Natural writes: 

If you have oily or acne-prone skin, most likely you’re using a cleanser that is a little on the acidic or antibacterial side of the pH scale. But if you have dry or sensitive skin you most likely are using a cleanser on the alkaline or softening side of the pH scale. A toner helps equalize the skin’s pH after cleansing, bringing it back to it’s natural level. We want our skin to be at it’s natural pH level as much of the time as possible.
Toners can also help remove any leftover makeup or oily residue. A toner’s purpose can be two fold, both balancing and extra cleansing. Toners don’t only have to be used with a cotton ball, they can also be spritzed all over your face and neck.
And yes! It’s safe to make your own. I’ve put together 3 great toner recipes you can make at home – find the right recipe for your skin!
Find the 3 recipes here.

queeniman:

saf-rimmings:

I-G-G-BYE

Karma