emotion princess
nicholael:

nich0lael:

mabel took the liberty to play stylist w bel a bit and did her makeup+hair and all to get her proper dolled up :^)c 10 bucks her eyemakeup will be ruined in less than 1 hour because of tears or sleepy eye rubs….. (bel belongs to muri. why not me?? smh)

??? it’s bel

nicholael:

nich0lael:

mabel took the liberty to play stylist w bel a bit and did her makeup+hair and all to get her proper dolled up :^)c 10 bucks her eyemakeup will be ruined in less than 1 hour because of tears or sleepy eye rubs….. (bel belongs to muri. why not me?? smh)

??? it’s bel

judith-orshalimian:

Clarisse Hieraix Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2013-14, Paris !

judith-orshalimian:

Clarisse Hieraix Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2013-14, Paris !

kaymurph:

rock on wit’cha bad self
meanplastic:

me in 70 years

meanplastic:

me in 70 years

lovelydyedlocks:

Layers by Meaghanlr92 on Flickr.

indikos:

burned my hand curling my hair today

worth it

spray painting in the house was a bad idea

I think I’m gonna die

sosuperawesome:

Gemma Correll, on Tumblr

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kadessa:

oooh oooh, and the pink one matches my pretty necklace from holleyteatime so perfectly! ♡

kadessa:

oooh oooh, and the pink one matches my pretty necklace from holleyteatime so perfectly! 

Am I too ____ for Lolita?

frillyroses:

Whatever you put in that blank, the answer is no.

Tall, short, fat, skinny, poor, WHATEVER problem you have that is “holding you back” from wearing Lolita—it isn’t. It’s in your mind. You can be ANYTHING and wear Lolita, and it breaks my heart to see people think that something as superficial as being plus sized, tall, or WHATEVER keep them from doing something they want to do.

You might need to have an item lengthened, add a panel of shirring/get custom sizing, or wear an underskirt—but trust me, there are a MILLION ways around these imaginary problems!