RİVAL DE LOOP | PROFI PALETTE
#rossmann dan aldığım göz paleti ile karşınızdayım 💁🏼
Öncelikle fiyatını hatırlamıyorum ama indirimde uygun fiyatlı oluyor.
Bence #rivaldeloop markası başlı başına güzel 😍
Bu paleti çok fazla kullanmıyorum sebebi sevmiyor olmam değil hep belli başlı renkleri kullanıyor olmamdan kaynaklanıyor.
Mat renkleri kullandıktan sonra bu paletteki ışıltılı renkleri uygulamak bence çok hoş oluyor 🤗
Fotoğrafları kaydırarak renklerini görebilirsiniz bence pigmentasyonlari gayet iyi 🔥
Yan taraftan açılınca içinde bir de ayna çıkması bence oldukça poncikk 😍😇 #makeup#makyaj#likeforlike#loveislove#indirimliürünler#indirim#eyesmakeup#adanaliblogger#guzellik#gratisindirimi
#IWBrepost via @officialhumansofbombay
“When I was a newlywed, people started asking me when I’d give them the ‘good news’. I said I wanted twins, so it’ll take twice as long for the so-called ‘good news’. When I was expecting and went to the doctor, he told me I was having twins! I just sat there on the bed, speechless. The doctor thought I was worried and started counseling me but I interrupted him. I told him this was my dream. I already knew my kids were special!
Growing up, they were polar opposites. My daughter was a tomboy and loved sports. My son loved arts and dance. At home, they’d exchange their clothes. She would wear his pant-shirt, he’d wear her frock and they’d just strut around! My son came with me for my jobs when I worked as a beautician. He would imitate me with a thread in his mouth and hands. By 15, he knew almost as much as I did! People said I needed to correct his ‘girly’ behaviour. But I’d decided that my kids won’t be restricted by their gender.
So, I encouraged my son to follow his passion. He’d convince his sister to let him try different hairstyles on her. At school, he was inclined to art and dance. He had trouble fitting in but not a lot of people troubled him. His twin bodyguard made sure of that. She knew that the 1-hour head start she had in life meant she had to protect him. I never had to tell her!
I can’t dictate my kids’ lives. It’s just my job as a parent to protect them. When they were little, I sat them down and told them I’d always be there, no matter what. And I told my son the same thing when he came out to me. He thought he’d hurt me by being gay. How could he hurt me by being himself? I told him to remember what I said – it was us against the world.
Recently, my husband said our son is 25, we need to start looking for a girl. I told him matches are made in heaven so our son would find his better half himself. The day 377 was passed, I asked my husband about it– to know where he stood. He thought this was ‘paap’. We haven’t told my husband yet. I’m building up to it. So when my son and I tell him together, I know there'll be tears. But I’ll make sure they’re tears of acceptance.” .