P O W E R


History of Art student at UPenn.

Writer for Bite, Managing Editor and Writer for The WALK.


Do you use both the AM and PM? I think I need to change my night moisturizer

Do you use both the AM and PM? I think I need to change my night moisturizer

The company has created a “Multivesicular Emulsion Technology.” It’s basically a timed release technology that pumps ceramides into the skin, which are nearly identical versions of the fats naturally in your skin that act is it’s waterproofing agent. Basically, with long term use, CeraVe keeps the skin very healthy. The company actually comes up with its products with conditions like psoriasis and eczema in mind, so they’re high quality and gentle. I use the AM moisturizer which has a 35 SPF. Here’s more: http://www.paulaschoice.com/beautypedia-skin-care-reviews/by-brand/cerave/_/Facial-Moisturizing-Lotion-PM

The company has created a “Multivesicular Emulsion Technology.” It’s basically a timed release technology that pumps ceramides into the skin, which are nearly identical versions of the fats naturally in your skin that act is it’s waterproofing agent. Basically, with long term use, CeraVe keeps the skin very healthy. The company actually comes up with its products with conditions like psoriasis and eczema in mind, so they’re high quality and gentle. I use the AM moisturizer which has a 35 SPF. Here’s more: http://www.paulaschoice.com/beautypedia-skin-care-reviews/by-brand/cerave/_/Facial-Moisturizing-Lotion-PM

I think the AM and PM moisturizers are my favorite skincare product ever

Ok but was CeraVe not engineered by God themself

Let’s be real

[applies Mario Badescu and reads theory]

timblanks:

this collection rox

screamin for the ava duvernay short film

Maybe Alasdair’s my favorite working fashion photographer

I like McDean a lot (a lot) but hmmm

Also Bruce Weber

I wish Koto Bolofo did more because he is also one of the “exquisite” photographers of fashion

yes! I noticed that as I was scrolling for images in Google. It is weird. I feel like the way he photographs people could create something really beautiful with dark skin.

yes! I noticed that as I was scrolling for images in Google. It is weird. I feel like the way he photographs people could create something really beautiful with dark skin.

exquisite

(Source: a-huevo)

I think those are images are very powerful and psychological, which is unexpected from both Alasdair and Beyoncé.

Yes! I love the occasion of those photos. It was surprising. I don’t think I would ever have imagined Beyoncé aligned with that specific, unique aesthetic. But Alasdair created a real moment. It was a true coming together, I feel! Unexpected.

Yes! I love the occasion of those photos. It was surprising. I don’t think I would ever have imagined Beyoncé aligned with that specific, unique aesthetic. But Alasdair created a real moment. It was a true coming together, I feel! Unexpected.

I thought these photos were just amazing.

I think that might be it! Everything looks really balanced. “Rich” is the perfect word. They tend to be covered with a really nice, luxurious light, but yeah those shadows really round everything out. His portrait of Beyoncé is an example

I think that might be it! Everything looks really balanced. “Rich” is the perfect word. They tend to be covered with a really nice, luxurious light, but yeah those shadows really round everything out. His portrait of Beyoncé is an example

blue1887 yes same here, I didn’t like the assumption made in the article that expensive college stops being expensive once you get financial aid