My name is Celeste and I wear a lot of hats (metaphorically). I have a BFA in Visual Communication Design, as well as a degree in Applied Sciences. I'm a graphic designer, artist, typographer, writer, video production artist, and really spiffy Rose Tyler cosplayer. My fandoms include: SUPERNATURAL, SHERLOCK, DOCTOR WHO, WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE, PACIFIC RIM, STAR TREK,& VARIOUS ANIME. Welcome!

 

I’ve now finished the Adrien English Mysteries and Holmes & Moriarity series of books. John Lanyon is an utter bastard who likes to see others in mysery but, overall, is a terrific writer.

heavyheart-fragilebones asked
What products do you use for an everyday fall/winter look?

makeuploversunite:

For wall/winter my go to look is usually

  1. Apply a dewy foundation as the cold weather dries out my skin, usually Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua, Loreal Magic Lumi, Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk or a BB Cream.
  2. Apply a berry or hot pink cream blush to the apple of my cheeks for a natural blushing look. Sometimes I even use tinted lip balms or lip sticks as a cream blush!
  3. Apply a tinted lip balm, stain or dark lipstick. I’ll usually go for a berry or mauve sheer lip color like my Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment in Berry or Maybelline Color Whisper in A Plum Prospect. When I want more of a deep lip I go for MAC Diva, Maybelline Color Whisper in Berry Ready, Revlon Black Cherry or NARS Audacious Lipstick in Bette.
  4. Use a few coats of a lengthening mascara like Maybelline Illegal Lengths or throw on a pair of lashes. 

I don’t wear eyeshadow every day but If I do wear eyeshadow in the fall/winter I love using matte shadows! Specifically matte taupes and cool browns. One of my favorite taupe shades for fall/winter is MAC’s Satin Taupe. A shimmery taupe shadow looks great in the colder months all over the lid and blended up into the crease. Some other great all over lid shades for fall/winter are Loreal’s Infallible Single Shadows in Bronzed Taupe and Amber Rush.

Check out palettes like Sonia Kashuk’s Eye on Neutral 02, an all matte neutral palette! $20 at Target.

lunar-amethyst:

haveahiddles:

musewhipped:

0hfaithful:

LOOK AT THIS BEAUTIFUL LITTLE THING OH MY GOD

Pretty sure that cat is using its magical powers to turn the plants around itself orange for camouflage. Yup, that’s it.

They say Aslan is on the move.

amazing!!

lunar-amethyst:

haveahiddles:

musewhipped:

0hfaithful:

LOOK AT THIS BEAUTIFUL LITTLE THING OH MY GOD

Pretty sure that cat is using its magical powers to turn the plants around itself orange for camouflage. Yup, that’s it.

They say Aslan is on the move.

amazing!!

That was the first time anyone had touched me. You can’t imagine how happy I was. Tatsumi, you know I’m really grateful.

(Source: tsukkey)

aprillikesthings:

greencarnations:

the-youngest-gandor-brother:

condiminaj:

kawaiipotatocosplay:

lifesgoingoutofstyle:

bloodandholywater:

snark0lepsy:

The Whitest Kids U’ Know x

I stopped reciting the pledge in the 8th grade and still remember each class i got kicked out of for doing so. (it was four. over the course of 5 years)

I used to always get weirded out when they would make us say the pledge

All you have to do is look like your saying it, but you’re really just moving your lips. Or, you change the words while saying it but says it quietly so you wont get in trouble. That’s what i do to not get detention.

I never even bothered to to learn the pledge, and I have never recited it once in my life. I was born and raised right here on the West Coast, I have never even been outside the United States at 18 years old, and even as a toddler I knew that I didn’t want to make that commitment, or say those words.

it is illegal to force you to stand and say the pledge, teachers cannot do that

It is, but it’s also a pain in the ass to argue about it. I’d stand and put my hand over my heart and not say anything, like “okay, country, you’re not the LITERAL worst, but I’m not gonna sell my soul to you.”

I used to say something inspired by the first couple of lines, which are from Calvin and Hobbes:

I pledge allegiance to Queen Fragg, and her mighty state of hysteria. And to the dictatorship for which I sit, one nation, under a dog, with no liberty or justice at all.

Anyway if you think the pledge is weird, you should do the oath for federal employees. I’ve done it twice, once for a temp job with the census and once when I became a mail carrier. Both times I had people warn me that it was SRS BZNS and I shouldn’t swear it if I didn’t mean it, but I couldn’t do the job if I didn’t. I had to swear to uphold the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic…don’t remember what else.

Just finished Death of a Pirate King. Told myself I wouldn’t let myself be emotionally compromised, yet here I am, emotionally compromised.

One of my favourite things about anime series from the 90’s involving a large cast of males…

xsweetkyandi:

Almost every fucking piece of official art looks like something you’d see for a 90’s Boy Band.

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Sometimes taken a little to literally……….

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Hell I’ve seeing some newer shows still doing the same thing. *looks at Free!*

tamorapierce:

yahighway:

THE TRIUMPHANT RETURN OF THE CARPOOL LANE!

There’s that special chill in the air, your fantasy team is probably already hopeless, and you feel a certain itch to create something new. That can only mean one thing: It’s time for National Novel Writing Month!


Every year, thousands of writers join in the month-long campaign to write a novel (50,000 words) in one month, in a collective burst of creativity that probably registers huge on the Universe’s Richter Scale of Awesome.

If you’re cracking your knuckles, readying to dive back into the NaNo ring, or if you’re a n00b to the whole crazy rigamarole, we want to help fuel your quest for 50K! So we’re bringing back our newsletter, Carpool Lane, a daily offering of inspiration, quotes on writing, resources, and of course .gifs!

Want some examples of the daily goodness we’ll be spittin’ your way? Try this (wam!) or this (pow!) or one of these (kablam!).

Don’t go into the NaNo circus without a shot of creative adrenaline — sign up now!

They’re back!   Aiiieeeeee!

I wrote a pep talk letter.

tamarussia:


shadygrifter:

pandicksatthedisco:

dremoranightmares:

oh god i tried to explain i’d’ve and y’all’d’ve to a friend who is a korean exchange student and she just kind of stared at me in horror for a minute lmao

SOMEONE EXPLAIN???

y’all’d’ve is a triple contraction, which breaking it down is “you all would have”compare to: “you + all” -> “y’all”"you + would" -> "you’d"and" you + have" -> "you’ve"

im sorry people learning english

tamarussia:

shadygrifter:

pandicksatthedisco:

dremoranightmares:

oh god i tried to explain i’d’ve and y’all’d’ve to a friend who is a korean exchange student and she just kind of stared at me in horror for a minute lmao

SOMEONE EXPLAIN???

y’all’d’ve is a triple contraction, which breaking it down is “you all would have”
compare to:
“you + all” -> “y’all”
"you + would" -> "you’d"
and
" you + have" -> "you’ve"

im sorry people learning english

(Source: dntdodrugs)

bakerstreetbabes:

finalproblem:

A lesser-known tale about one of the most famous partnerships in crime fiction will be published next month by Walker Books in collaboration with Royal Collection Trust.  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s much-loved characters, Sherlock Holmes and his trusty sidekick Dr John H Watson, are bought to life in a book measuring just 38.5 x 30 mm, an exact replica of the hand-written story created by Conan Doyle exclusively for Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House in 1922.

SourceAdditional images via: [x] [x] [x] | More about the dolls’ house

I am SO pumped about finally being able to read this in the tiny original version. This is easily one of my favorite Holmes stories.

WHUT