Here is how to cover a pimple without make up : use a band aid and ta-dah, no pimple.
Yup I got a huge spot on my cheek and the idea of messing it with make up is just as dreadful as exposing the spot - especially as there is lots of springtime street dust outside and it makes my face dirty within seconds.
This is a very old school trick - I'm sure most of us got our minor injured taken care of with band aids when we were kids, plus that since the band aids I use are so pretty that it is comparable to the beauty marks of the women of rococo (they used "beauty marks" to hide skin probs that were caused by lack of hygiene and heavy face paint).
Then OOTD. Please kindly note that I am wearing a long skirt this time, not a short one. So I'm not a whore now. It has became (well a little bit) warm so we could drop by to a street bar with friends for the first time this year. Our butts were freezing a little bit but well at least we sat there for a couple of hours.
|These were fashionable few years ago ;). I bought them from a vending machine for 2 euros / each :)|
|Party time. Isn't it admirable how some creatures can get the joy out of the simple things of life! Wonder who chopped down the garbage can, tho.|
|Me and my pose.|
I self-righteously tagged this look as grunge. At least most of my items here are secondhand, thrifted, old or broken even if I'm not wearing my dad's old pants here. Okay, admit : I tagged it grunge just because I was thinking about grunge -the fashion side of it- when I put this together. (But still, I refuse to call a $400 brand new outfit grunge just because Asos labeled it "grunge" ;))
Have a good day!
Thrifted sweater and skirt and badges
Military bag from Varusteleka* - C/O
Jacket from Bard and Jester (I believe it's available upon request)
Creepers from Ebay
SXUC sunnies from Sunglasses shop - C/O
Hat - not remember O_o !?
Necklace from some rock festival circa 1996
Nose ring from BodyJewelryPiercing - C/O
....and band aids from Tiger ;)