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Evy Veikos




30 Mar 1995

I love graphics design, so if anyone would like me to change the color of their hair in a picture, i'd be happy to help! ^_^


I'm very opinionated,
and usually come off as mean,
but i'm only giving my opinion on things.
I absolutely hate poMore saduisahduiash dsau

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Published on: 16 May 2009 by lilith

The Ultimate Debate


Fake or Fun?

People see makeup in different ways. Some say it's a superficial way to make on look better, deceiving others as to beleive that they're prettier than they are. Some use it to attract people, get attention and compliments. And others, (like me) simply like playing around with colors. 
My makeup fantasy is to have those luxurious boxes with several shelves filled to the brim with an infinite supply of colors and textures. I love playing with eyeshadow the most, as it is the most versatile. 
But one thing i absolutely hate is following trends. And what aggravates me the most, is that i begin the trends, and no credit is delivered to me. 
Right now, the main style is punk/emo/scene. I'm what you would call a steretypical punk, although i hate labeling myself. I hate when (stereotypically) preppy teens, wear dark makeup and label themselves emo or punk, just to follow the trends. When the whole r&b,hip hop thing was in, i was the social outcast for listening to metal. And guess what? I couldnt care less. I'm happy being myself, and was back then. And now, i'm socially accepted because what i like is "in"? It doesnt make sense, and it doesnt seem fair to me. There are only a handfull of real punks and goths out there, yet they don't look like the full stereotype. Why, you ask? Because the whole style is based on not caring what other people think. Not caring what the trends are. So most real ones, just wear whatever the heck is comfortable. 
So from this grew my dislike for the media. 
In many comments and answers and replys i will seem rude. But first, i dont care. And second, i just hate posers. I don't care if you like it or not. Honesty is harsh. Deal with it.




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