Moss Green, Petal Pink, Olive We’re accustomed to the colors of nature, says Ashcraft, so using them on walls is less chancy than you might think—even when they’re strong. “This palette is a bit English and old-fashioned—and swiped right out of a garden,” she says. “Rich greens, with a big pink bloom on top.”
Summer makeup means experimenting with color and blue underliner is calling our name. Glide on Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel eyeliner in ‘Lustrous Sapphire’ for that vibrant pop of color. Keep eyeshadow on the lid understated in a neutral metallic shade. To complete the look? Swipe on Spider Mascara for that bold, inky black eyelash look. Wear the look to a backyard BBQ or make an entrance with this summer wedding makeup. For more makeup ideas and inspiration, click through.
Jessica Rimondi I like how the paint validates the emotions and expressions within this portrait, by the limited palette it structures the shapes and forms. Then to have a deeper depth of what is trying to be convey and incorporated by the use of the paint with the techniques being able to enforce the concepts. I would like to experiment with my own developments to have a source of vivid expression, to allow the painting to speak for itself and not have any narrative connotation towards it…
I like the delicate nature of the the flower tattoo compared to the other bold tattoos shown on the board. I also like the meaning behind it in the Japanese culture as it represents life, knowledge and enlightenment.
Stepping back in time is no bad thing when it comes to design. The retro look never goes out of style, it just gets new layers and a refresh which means that your vintage pieces match perfectly with your new. Go for bold oranges and geometric pattern and pair with walnut and sleek angles. There’s nothing dated about this look.