For Storm Sandy & her little cold sister Storm Athena,
Because they thought they could shut New York down…
So I am here to let them know they can’t!
Almost 2 million New Yorkers were left without power following the arrival of Sandy a week and a half ago.Most of us from sopo* were trying to find a place to plug our devices in, take a shower, or even just a payphone without 10 people in line to use it.Listen up Sandy & Athena, New Yorker’s love dark, dark coffee, dark black out mascara (I prefer Diorshow Black Out Mascara), and most are often caught dressed pretty dark.So as we say goodbye to Nicolas Ghesquiere’sfor Balenciaga… Let’s say goodbye to Sandy & Athena. Unlike Nicolas Ghesquiere, we aren’t hoping to see you again!
But until then, victims of the storms are still in need. Get out there and
While in the midst of the chaos, don’t forget to take 15 minutes for yourself. It is hard with all of the things that have to be done.
Go Behind the Mirror, into the medicine cabinet, grab a bottle of lotion and slather! (I prefer Fresh Brown Sugar Body Cream.) Ain’t no Bitches going to take NYC down! *sopo – south of power* *** beauty always comes from within, photos from here& there. xoxo, behind the mirror***
“She didn’t have a mirror or anything in front of her, just a palette of makeup. I asked her to put her finger on the blue and touch her eye, then put her finger on the red and touch her mouth… Being a fashion photographer, we deal with making people look the best they can, all the time, by enhancing their beauty. But this was about embracing the beauty inside of a person, to show that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It is her eyes and her gaze that control the image.” – Mario Testino
So Devin, while putting a finger on the blue and touching our eyes may not be the makeup application we are looking for, embracing the beauty inside us is always a great application!