AllofTheOutsiders

Katie here! Lover of all things Glee, Harry Potter, Good Omens, Doctor Who, Marvel, LOTR or Merlin related. Not spoiler free, multifandom blog.
Who I Follow
disneyanimation:

“The cold never bothered me anyway.”

disneyanimation:

“The cold never bothered me anyway.”

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butts-with-bro-shades:

mitunas-wife:

hellfirehotchkiss:

sheltymops:

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SLEEPING BEAUTY (1485).

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POCAHONTAS (17TH CENTURY POWAHTAN). 

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CINDERELLA (MID 1860’S)

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JASMINE (PRE-ISLAMIC MIDDLE EAST)

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SNOW WHITE (16TH CENTURY GERMANY).
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ARIEL (1890’S)

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BELLE (1770’S FRENCH COURT FASHION).

CLARIE HUMMEL

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Megara (Ancient Greece)

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Mulan (Ancient China)

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Tiana (1920’s)

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Rapunzel (18th Century)

I’ve reblogged this 6 times probably

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Did anyone else notice they played Klaine’s version of ‘Baby it’s Cold Outside’ at the start of the Strictly Come Dancing final tonight? YEEEEEEEAH 

joan-watson:

"I don’t like girls who wear makeup, they ruin their natural beauty!" No, see, I don’t think you understand what that means, at all. Sit down, bro, and let me tell you about how toxic that attitude is to teenage girls and their self esteem through my own experiences. 

Four to five years ago, I never would have ever dreamed about putting a picture of my bare face online. Or taking one to begin with. Taking my makeup off at night used to be the most nerve wracking and gut wrenching experience for me because I had severe, cystic acne all over my cheeks and chin. It made me feel like shit about myself to say the least. Every time I would turn on the TV I would be bombarded with all of these women with beautiful, perfect skin with “no makeup” on. (Anti-acne product commercials, I’m looking at you.) I berated myself and wondered why I couldn’t have perfect skin like them? I convinced myself that I was a hideous freak and would regularly refuse to leave the house for weeks at a time because of it. I hated looking in the mirror, I would cover them up so that I wouldn’t have to look at myself. I hated what I saw because no matter what I tried, nothing would help it get any better.

Finally, after a trip to the doctor I was diagnosed with PCOS, which threw my hormone levels way off and caused my acne. I started on birth control and within nine months my face was clear of active blemishes, but I still had scars to deal with. Think road rash, but all over my face in weird patches with some boxcar (indented) scars thrown in the mix. It took three years for my skin to look as good as it does now, in picture #1. 

Well, it’s been a few years since I’ve gotten into makeup more professionally and as a result, have realized that these women I envied weren’t actually as perfect as I thought they were. Sure, some actually did have “flawless” skin and looked like they stepped onto a runway when they just rolled out of bed; but most didn’t. A concoction of airbrushes, concealer and flattering lighting can be used to make anybody look “perfect”. (Photoshop helps, too.) 

After that, I started to speak up against the whole “natural beauty is best” thing. It’s everywhere, in popular songs, movies and advertising. “You don’t need makeup, you’re beautiful on the inside!”

No, fuck that. If I don’t like how my face looks, don’t you dare shame me for it. If concealer and powder made it easier for me to leave the house or not cry while looking in the mirror, who are you to say that I shouldn’t have that. Most people that say that are cisgendered, heterosexual men, who, let’s face it, don’t understand how makeup works. Men who think what they see on TV is how skin always is. Not the sometimes oily, scarred, pimply and uneven skin that it is. They don’t understand that this attitude isn’t helping boost our self-esteem, but setting up an impossible standard to live up to and shaming us when we don’t measure up.

Wearing what I am in #2, I will get compliments on my beautiful complexion, flawless full brows and long, dark eyelashes. People will say that I’m lucky to have such “natural beauty”. You can click on the picture for a list of things I have on, but in no way is my face there “natural”. (Photo #3 is what I wear on a daily basis when I want to go for a lighter look, for lazy days at work.)

Please don’t tell somebody they look better one way or another. If they feel more comfortable with a bare face, awesome! Do they wear a smokey eye and black lipstick all day every day? Awesome. If you have to comment on somebody’s appearance just say they’re beautiful. Because they are. They are beautiful, especially when they are doing what makes them feel beautiful. If they say they aren’t, or don’t believe that they are, don’t make them feel bad for it. Making somebody feel bad about not loving something about themselves will only make them hate it more. 

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emilyblincoe:

sugar series //colors oranized neatly

emily blincoe

july/august 2013

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rorywilliamsinthetardis:

drinkawaymyfeelings:

sunaipajo:

artisticlyanonymous:

therosagreen:

the uk currently 

It’s 86 degrees Fahrenheit, 30 degrees Celsius. Are you serious, it’s this hot where I am and I’ve been out biking this is how hot it is all summer.

well done. you’re used to it. we’re on the same global line as canada and russia.
less than one percent of the population in the UK has air conditioning, it’s over 10% of your yearly energy consumption.our temperature often doesn’t get much higher than 20. this is a huge change for us, and the elderly and young are very much at risk.we aren’t used to even having to carry water bottles out of the house. this is a huge difference, one we can’t get used to very quickly.
several hundred people have died and all you can think of is that it’s hotter where you are? show some fucking respect and realise that not everywhere is the same as america.

Also the UK is super humid whereas a lot of places in America are a much drier heat. Humid heat is notorious for feeling a lot worse because your sweat doesn’t evaporate so you can’t cool down. 
And practically none of our public buildings/shops etc. have any sort of air conditioning. It’s not just houses missing it. We’re totally unprepared for any sort of weather that’s not mild and wildly unexciting.

Don’t fuck with the UK

rorywilliamsinthetardis:

drinkawaymyfeelings:

sunaipajo:

artisticlyanonymous:

therosagreen:

the uk currently 

It’s 86 degrees Fahrenheit, 30 degrees Celsius. Are you serious, it’s this hot where I am and I’ve been out biking this is how hot it is all summer.

well done. you’re used to it. we’re on the same global line as canada and russia.

less than one percent of the population in the UK has air conditioning, it’s over 10% of your yearly energy consumption.
our temperature often doesn’t get much higher than 20. this is a huge change for us, and the elderly and young are very much at risk.
we aren’t used to even having to carry water bottles out of the house. this is a huge difference, one we can’t get used to very quickly.

several hundred people have died and all you can think of is that it’s hotter where you are? show some fucking respect and realise that not everywhere is the same as america.

Also the UK is super humid whereas a lot of places in America are a much drier heat. Humid heat is notorious for feeling a lot worse because your sweat doesn’t evaporate so you can’t cool down. 

And practically none of our public buildings/shops etc. have any sort of air conditioning. It’s not just houses missing it. We’re totally unprepared for any sort of weather that’s not mild and wildly unexciting.

Don’t fuck with the UK

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all1sees:

They’re BLUE.

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but mashed, they’re PURPLE??

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AND WHEN SKINNED, WE SEE THE INSIDES ARE GREEN?????

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WHAT THE EVERLIVING FUCK, BLUEBERRIES?!

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treasurewisesilliness:

This is Japan in a nutshell.  Forget all the crazy stuff with the weird tv programs and the cosplaying—that’s just the outer shell that gets attention because it’s unusual.  This, this is the beauty of the country.  I’ve had little grandmothers chase me down because I dropped my shinkansen tickets.  In amusement parks, the attendants do their upmost to get lost items (usually cardigans or kids’ shoes) back to the owners—before the owners even realize they’d lost said item(s). I’ve had complete strangers not only give my thorough directions but have offered to drive me to the place I needed to go.

It is so, so, so hard to go back to the States after you get the J-treatment. I mean, Japan has its downside (“What is this madness you call pizza???”), but the general attitudes of everyone—even the so-called hardcore yankees (two of whom who, on a blazing summer day, helped me find one of my schools when I was heinously lost in the labyrinth that is the neighborhood in which said school is located)—is the epitome of the mindset that I wish everyone would adopt. Because yelling at people gets you nowhere. And being able to empathize with people kinda helps make this country a really nice place to live in.

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lolsofunny:

“Ōkunoshima (大久野島) (…) is often called Usagi Shima, or Rabbit Island, because of the numerous wild rabbits that roam the island; they are rather tame and will approach humans.”

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oh my god

I NEED TO GO TO THIS ISLAND

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ladykalliste:

CARGO - A zombie-bitten father tries to save his infant daughter

This is an amazing short film I found on YouTube. Watch it, you won’t be disappointed.

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blankslate:

“failed attempts to write a love poem”

blankslate:

“failed attempts to write a love poem”

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thatdisneyworldblog:

Merida= cutest toddler in the entire world

thatdisneyworldblog:

Merida= cutest toddler in the entire world

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