hey, call me Arson. i play guitar
a bit of flute and didgeridoo
i have 14 pets
my Instagram is @igotalotofpets
DM me if you want me to crochet something for you.
i have two tops Available and a cat hat
Knowing myself better
Hey everyone, I hope you are having a wonderful day so far. I’m listening to fall out boy while writing this, and I feel pumped! I have something to share with everyone , so here it goes: I’m non binary.
My skin care routine throughout the years
I remember waking up one day when I was eleven years old, and looking at myself in the mirror; I saw something I had never seen before up until that moment: a pimple. It was big, red, and irritated. It was on the right side of my nose. I was glad that my classes covered it up. I felt so embarrassed to have a pimple, I thought, “ I wash my face, why do I have a pimple?”. I was thinking back to trace what exactly I was using on my face and I had an eureka moment, I used an anti-blemish treatment with light exfoliating properties. It came in a white bottle.It was a pleasurable experience to use it, but I don’t think I had any blemishes back then, if anything, I could use something like that right now. I didn’t have much contact with people who had pimples. The only person I knew who did was a close family member. Over the next couple of days, my pimple matured. It got even bigger and angrier the next day, the following day it stabilized, and eventually a white covering was over my pimple ( I later learned it was puss), and it acted like a crusty layer over my pimple, then it started getting smaller and smaller as the days went by, until it was reduced to nothing more than a acne scar that I still rock to this day. Around this time was also when my dad bought me my first ever skin care product. When I was 11 I remember being very intrigued and interested by makeup but not skincare at this particular moment. My dad came home with an acne scrub that supposedly fought stubborn acne, blackheads, whiteheads, and preventing all that stuff. I was so stoked about it,( though I didn't use it everyday because I was lazy and now that I reflect back on it, it was probably for the better ) and I would use it about two or three times a week. Youtube was very different seven years ago, and DIY skin care was the cool thing back then apparently. I still remember using an egg mixture concoction that I dipped the toilet paper in, and I used it as a face mask. When Hyram made a video reacting to that exact facial, I received second hand embarrassment from that.
my armpit hair is 2 inches long
Hello, I hope you're having an amazing day so far. My name's Alexa, and today, I want to talk about something everyone has: body hair. Body hair is so natural and normal, yet, everywhere I see ads for hair removal and people on magazines who have baby soft hairless skin. I have seen some small brands that are embracing body hair. I first saw them on an instagram ad, they are a brand of bras and underwear called hara the label. I was so happy to see that some of their models proudly lifted up their arms while posing to reveal their armpits. It felt liberating to know that others had decided to leave their hair like me. Hey! That rhymed. Although there have been advancements to represent body hair it isn't mainstream.