Posted 11 hours ago
Posted 11 hours ago

tfwnojutsu:

grinderman2:

tubesock:

i-look-mixed:

Truth…

I tried to explain this in my soc class and the teacher cut me off

I’m also ugly and pissed off

I DROPPED MY PEN AND HE PICKED IT UP, IM GONNA PUT IT INSIDE ME TONIGHT

Posted 16 hours ago
Posted 1 day ago
ashyawn:

original photo credit to owner

ashyawn:

original photo credit to owner

Posted 2 days ago

We have lived a thousand lives.

Posted 2 days ago
Posted 2 days ago
sexience:

if u don’t think this is important then u r wrong

sexience:

if u don’t think this is important then u r wrong

Posted 2 days ago

youngharlemnigga:

shopwitme:

ok this shit got way outta hand

Damn yung
13k notes in like 12 hours

Posted 3 days ago
Posted 3 days ago

iamglaziemae:

DIY: Tipped Out

TOOLS: highlighting comb, clips, foils, color brush, hair bleach with the appropriate volume (always seek a professional when using bleach), light pink color, dark pink color, light blue, dark blue, clear gloss.

Step 1 Highlight the tips of the hair using hair bleach with the correct volume. I lightened the bottom 3 inches of Lauren’s hair, taking it as light as possible without causing any damage. As you can see above, I like to “feather” on the bleach. Painting a jagged line makes it blend better.

Step 2 Fold up your foil and let it process until it reaches a pale blonde. Use the appropriate heat if necessary.

Step 3 Shampoo and lightly condition bleach out of the hair.

Step 4 Blow hair completely dry. If it’s still wet, it will soak up less color.

Step 5 Place the hair on a foil. Imagine the bleached out part being split into 3. You’re going to leave the top 1/3 blonde.

Step 6 Next, paint the light blue (or whatever color you choose) on the entire bottom 2/3.

Step 7 Paint the very tips (or bottom 1/3) using the darker version of that color. It should look almost feather like. Be sure to blend. Last, rinse out the color. I highly suggest washing them out one piece at a time and towel drying well so the colors don’t bleed into each other. If they do, you may see a “marbleizing” effect. I love when the colors all swirl together like that, but if you’re looking to keep them more defined, keep them away from each other when they’re wet. I like to finish up by sealing it with a clear gloss. That’s a professional use only product so if you don’t have access to it, you don’t have to do that. Blow dry and…Tah Daaah!!