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The End Of The F***ing World || 2017 ||Created by Jonathan Entwistle

disaster--lesbian  asked:

Hi! I was wondering if you could do a dice palette for my tabaxi wiizard? her name is Bird and she specializes in transmutation magic bc she wants to be like her mom (who is a dragon). Shes got brown and yellow fur and really like gold and bright shiny objects. your dice palettes are always super cool!

Tabaxi come my way so few and far between! I love this palette of yellows, browns, and golds. It reminds us of riches and the way magic is ever shifting and changing, much like your transmutation wizard! I hope you enjoy it and wish Bird well on her quest!

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anonymous asked:

I am in love with your blog. Any chance you could do an aesthetic for my character? She's a half-elf ranger named Ennafrey (the party calls her Enny, which she hated at first and refuses to admit she kinda likes now) and she just reached level 3 and found a panther friend (she's the beast master archetype). She has no family, and for a ranger, she actually has a lot of trouble hunting. Like she's good at it, but killing really bothers her. Her general tone is gentle but powerful. Thank you!!

I know it’s, like, so typical, but rangers just always make me think of greens and browns.  Which maybe is more druidic than rangeresque?  But I love how much Enny is a gentle soul!  It’s such an interesting conflict to have in a character.  And, of course, love love love those animal companions!  Hope you like your palette!

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Anastasia Beverly Hills - Sugar Glow Kit

Anastasia Beverly Hills Sugar Glow Kit

I only recently hopped on the highlighter train. I never was before. Then, one day, I had this overwhelming urge to buy a Becca Highlighter. And then, a week later, I bought this palette. Let’s dive in.

Packaging: As mentioned in my Bling Boss post, I strongly prefer hard packaging to soft packaging. But here I am with a soft packaged highlighter palette. That being said, the packaging is beautiful with an ombre pink/purple case and shimmer all over. The pans are a good size, and leave the possibility of popping the pans out to repot. I am not on the repotting bandwagon (yet) but to have an easy way for it to work is nice.

Swatches: Each of the swatches I did were blinding on my arm. I am fair skinned, so this palette works so well for my skin. (ABH has the sundipped palette for medium-to-tan skin tones. I am not sure how well this works for deeper skin tones). Each shade had their own distinctive color and shift. I didn’t have any patchiness with my swatches, and the formula felt almost buttery and super smooth.

Use: The first two shades I used out of this palette were Marshmallow and Starburst. Starburst was beautiful along my cheekbones and made my cupid’s bow pop with the lipstick I was wearing. Marshmallow was great as a brow highlight and inner corner highlight. There was no fallout at all when I used these highlighters, so I didn’t feel like I had glitter all over my face.

Pros: Very pigmented, very smooth. The highlighters were not patchy at all and blended into my makeup well, and it didn’t pull my makeup away.

Cons: Soft packaging, again just a preference, and one that it seems like I’m abandoning with my purchases. I would be interested in hearing peoples’ opinion on how well the SunDipped Palette works on deeper tones.

Would I purchase again? 100%. I am so impressed with these highlighters so far. I am excited to try out Butterscotch and Gumdrop, as well as to mix the different shades.