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myelvenkingdom:

Yesterday’s look! For some reason this just happened. Impulsive craziness.  A light coat of mascara I thought - but noooo… ;)I’ve glued dried twigs IN my eyebrows, attached them to my hair, made a completely new hairline with leftover hair which I keep after I cut my bangs (I’m a freak, teehee), and dug up some pretty big, black lenses.I really liked this look, and may just tone it down a bit for daily wear ;)

myelvenkingdom:

Yesterday’s look!
For some reason this just happened. Impulsive craziness. 
A light coat of mascara I thought - but noooo… ;)

I’ve glued dried twigs IN my eyebrows, attached them to my hair, made a completely new hairline with leftover hair which I keep after I cut my bangs (I’m a freak, teehee), and dug up some pretty big, black lenses.

I really liked this look, and may just tone it down a bit for daily wear ;)

crescentbeams

stateoftrouble:

what people don’t realize about That’s So Raven is how it paved a crucial path for women. In many of the episodes, we’d see Raven dress up in all sorts of different costumes. She promoted body positivity. She wasn’t trying to impress boys all the time. Raven taught girls that it’s ok to be dorks. The stereotype that women aren’t funny was proven wrong countless times throughout the series. That’s So Raven is the single best show in all of Disney Channel’s history