We have all seen those intensely controversial scenes in movies and tv shows where a haircut signifies a major shift in the characters emotional state. Those scenes that unfold where a women is depicted having an emotional breakdown, taking scissors to her own hair in an episode of rage or depression. Accompanied with sad or dramatic music, facing a mirror, tears running down her face and her expression drowning in self hate. Something I’ve only ever seen on a screen shockingly made an appearance in my own life. Never thought I would live out this exact scene at 3am on Sunday morning. Reflecting upon the whole ordeal now, I have myself thinking, was this all just a time bomb waiting to explode? Was there a deeper meaning to it all? Not just the fact that I was heavily drunk and had no whits about me. Was this build up of emotion and anger meant to find its way out of my body? Right now I’m saying yes to all of the above and for some reason don’t regret it at all. It has catalysed new beginnings, initiating an awakening within myself, as well as a new way of viewing my surroundings, the world and others.
I swear to God, as soon as someone posted on TikTok that the EU bans 1,300 ingredients for cosmetic usage, it was all downhill from there. Let's get one thing straight before I really delve, though. I never took chemistry in high school. I'm an idiot, truly. But if nothing else, I'm dedicated to getting to the bottom of beauty drama so here we are.
Tattoos have always been a controversial topic, and they still are. For many, tattooed symbols have a negative connotation that can raise an eyebrow. Other people view them as a form of art that is worn proudly while others feel tattoos destroy a God-given, natural body. What is your opinion?
Why is Glycolic Acid a magic potion to your skincare?
There are lots of ingredients derived from nature that enhance your skin while restoring them from the damages done by the environmental factors and chemicals. One of them is Glycolic Acid that has recently become one of the most renown ingredients in our skincare routine.
The nervous system is to have over 7 trillion nerves throughout the human body. One part of the system that is well overlooked and is also considered one of the external regenerating parts of the body is the hair.
There are a few tattoos that people would call the stereotypical tattoo; the tattoo that everyone one has. My first Tattoo, a lot of people might say is a stereotypical one. I’ll admit my first tattoo is not a unique one. A lot of people get a tattoo of the moon and stars, but just because a lot of people have the same kind of tattoo does not mean that they all look the same.
The Bastet was originally a fierce lioness warrior goddess of the sun worshiped throughout most of ancient Egyptian history, but later she was changed into the cat goddess that is familiar today, becoming Bastet. Mythical, Dark, Majestic, Feminine, in all its being. the design you see was inspired this Statue.
Everyone wants that sun-kissed, glowing look: that look where your skin shines even without makeup and that feels smooth when you touch your hand to your cheek. But beautiful skin doesn't just happen with the snap of your fingers--no matter how much you wish it would.
Tattoos have always been a form of therapy to me. Tattoos are a form of art, therapy and show everything that makes you who you are. For me, this is all the same. My tattoos show who I am and what means the most to me. Even the tattoos that seem to mean nothing to you, they mean the absolute world to me.