What a beautiful world
Take Photoshop away from me, please.
IS IT A FRIEND CRUSH
OR IS IT A REAL CRUSH
ajncodkivgnoergjakna Thank you soooo much ;u; Punk!England was my first Hetalia cosplay ever, so I’m really happy to hear that you like it so much!
As for advice… I’ll try my best!
Wig styling: I actually don’t use much product for my England wig. All I’ve done was trim it and straighten it, and to keep some of the bangs from going all over the place I use a tiny bit of hair gel on some of the tips.
Makeup: All I use for makeup is some cover up underneath my eyes (to cover up the bags lol) and a little on my lips to make them more neutral.
I sometimes use eyeliner when I cosplay punk!England though.
Eyebrows: So naturally I have very dark eyebrows, so all I do is take some black liquid eyeliner, and draw 3 or 4 lines through my eyebrow, and one above. I don’t want them to look too unsexy pfff.
I hope that helps! And I’ll include some pictures that’ll give a good idea of what I’m talking about. (I’m sorry about the derpy faces heheeeh)
punk arthur and pastel goth oliver from the livestream
3 AM and your phone buzzes. you get a text. it reads, “i messed up. i cut.” you let out a heavy sigh and look outside your window to see another tree gone. when will your friend give up his lumberjack ways
i was not expecting this
For his recently published picture book Freckles (Splice Pictures Publishing), the Swiss photographer Reto Caduff has taken pictures of freckled women all over Europe. His pictures prove: freckles are beautiful. Don’t hide yourself in the shade! I think what I love about this the most is the vast diversity of people who are blessed with freckles. (x)
Do British people not drink ice tea as much as Americans do? What do they drink during the summer?
teaBut it’s hot…
there are no other drinks
only teaWait… What if you don’t like tea?
then the weak die
“‘Come out, English soldier; come out here to us.’ For some little time we were cautious, and did not even answer. Officers, fearing treachery, ordered the men to be silent. But up and down our line one heard the men answering that Christmas greeting from the enemy. How could we resist wishing each other Merry Christmas, even though we might be at each other’s throats immediately afterwards? So we kept up a running conversation with the Germans, all the while our hands ready on our rifles. Blood and peace, enmity and fraternity - war’s most amazing paradox. The night wore on to dawn - a night made easier by songs from the German trenches, the pipings of piccolos and from our broad lines laughter and Christmas carols. Not a shot was fired.”
Most beautiful scene in Hetalia.