I dreamt about pineapple last night.
IM SO STOKED! All ages til 10! Come party! Reblog! Participate! Burger forever.
As a part of the Burger Records Burger Revolution we are doing a Burger Records Listening Party night at The Barn Light TONIGHT, MARCH 8TH!!!
People all over the world will be having Burger Records themed parties, and we couldn’t let this one go without being a part of the fun! Burger Records is the most important record label in rock n roll doing stuff for us NOW, putting out all your favorite bands, hosting shows at their store, and helping the bands they believe in go on tour.
Come out tonight and listen to some great burger bands you may have heard, some you might have not, and dance and drink with us!
If you’re not in Eugene, OR and want to see if there’s something going on around your area, here’s a list of what’s going on ALL AROUND THE WORLD!! http://www.burgerrecords.org/brgrrev.htm
Here’s a link on FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/729631833734747/
My people are pretty much only babies and dogs.
I feel like they just conspired together…
THE WINK, THE WINK IS KILLING ME.
This is so adorable!!
iggy pop - fall in love with me
I used to love dancing to this when I worked the late shift on weekends at the strip club.
Pretty much anything goes on a Friday night after 2am in the Tenderloin… Including weirdo jams at the strip joint!
yeah dude, she is the Dawn Baby of Dawn Baby Salon where I work! Lots of people in my family have done hair, I’m actually fourth generation! How’s that for wizardous genes?
Making good hair choices. I told my mom to cut any of my hair in front of my ears into bangs so when I style my hair big it looks like a hairpiece for some serious 60s Sharon Tate/elf/conceptual haircut vibes. I’m so happy!
i love learning!
Makeup by Pat McGrath at Christian Dior Fall/Winter 2014
Latex was the secret ingredient behind the shimmery eyes at Christian Dior’s fall show. Makeup artist Pat McGrath dubbed the hue “fiery latex blue.”
"It’s fun," McGrath said. "We’re playing with new technology and it’s quite a thing to play with."
McGrath started by creating the shape on the eyes with a blue pencil, before applying a layer of theatrical latex makeup. Then, just before the latex completely dried, McGrath pressed blue pigment and matching glitter on the eyelid. She finished the look with a swipe of blue mascara.
"The latex actually swallows the pigment and gives you a glassy, rather than cloudy, feel," she said.