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Finding the perfect design for everything. Mostly hair + fashion.
You can find me at Tetrachromat Studio in Oakland.
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Many clients give me the same sentiment, after I’ve colored their hair. “Thank god I’m back to my NATURAL hair color.” I feel the same way every time I go back to pink. 💗💗💗💗💗💋💋
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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queeringstyle:

Photography Justin Borbely at The Book AgencyHair Stylist and Colourist Lok Lau at CLMusing Bumble & bumble Stylist Mark McMahon Make Up Emma Broom using MAC Cosmetics
Models Glen, Joshua and  James P at FM, Kazunori, Caleb, Gabriel and Kyle at D1.
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graveyardtann:

charlotteiq:

jade-cooper:

sarah-belham:

"The Favorite" by Omar Rayyan

Favorite what? Demon?!

Loving the fact that whatever it is is wearing a matching flower.

One of my favorite paintings💕
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stlara:

tanya katysheva and devon windsor at suno fw 14.15
stlara:

tanya katysheva and devon windsor at suno fw 14.15
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lesbiangemini:

when-feminists-attack:


There is truth to stereotypes, but this does not mean that somebody should feel pressured to follow one because it’s what society says they should do. A christian gay does not have to become agnostic. A femme does not have to become butch just to be seen as a lesbian (an issue known as Femme Invisibility). A masculine straight girl should not have to prove that she is straight by becoming feminine!
Stereotypes are not a tool for you to find out somebody’s sexuality or gender identity. 

This is important

Love this post
lesbiangemini:

when-feminists-attack:


There is truth to stereotypes, but this does not mean that somebody should feel pressured to follow one because it’s what society says they should do. A christian gay does not have to become agnostic. A femme does not have to become butch just to be seen as a lesbian (an issue known as Femme Invisibility). A masculine straight girl should not have to prove that she is straight by becoming feminine!
Stereotypes are not a tool for you to find out somebody’s sexuality or gender identity. 

This is important

Love this post
lesbiangemini:

when-feminists-attack:


There is truth to stereotypes, but this does not mean that somebody should feel pressured to follow one because it’s what society says they should do. A christian gay does not have to become agnostic. A femme does not have to become butch just to be seen as a lesbian (an issue known as Femme Invisibility). A masculine straight girl should not have to prove that she is straight by becoming feminine!
Stereotypes are not a tool for you to find out somebody’s sexuality or gender identity. 

This is important

Love this post
lesbiangemini:

when-feminists-attack:


There is truth to stereotypes, but this does not mean that somebody should feel pressured to follow one because it’s what society says they should do. A christian gay does not have to become agnostic. A femme does not have to become butch just to be seen as a lesbian (an issue known as Femme Invisibility). A masculine straight girl should not have to prove that she is straight by becoming feminine!
Stereotypes are not a tool for you to find out somebody’s sexuality or gender identity. 

This is important

Love this post
lesbiangemini:

when-feminists-attack:


There is truth to stereotypes, but this does not mean that somebody should feel pressured to follow one because it’s what society says they should do. A christian gay does not have to become agnostic. A femme does not have to become butch just to be seen as a lesbian (an issue known as Femme Invisibility). A masculine straight girl should not have to prove that she is straight by becoming feminine!
Stereotypes are not a tool for you to find out somebody’s sexuality or gender identity. 

This is important

Love this post
lesbiangemini:

when-feminists-attack:


There is truth to stereotypes, but this does not mean that somebody should feel pressured to follow one because it’s what society says they should do. A christian gay does not have to become agnostic. A femme does not have to become butch just to be seen as a lesbian (an issue known as Femme Invisibility). A masculine straight girl should not have to prove that she is straight by becoming feminine!
Stereotypes are not a tool for you to find out somebody’s sexuality or gender identity. 

This is important

Love this post
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mythosidhe:

Although I have to point out that there was a piece of speculative science fiction called The Blazing World published by one Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1666, slightly predating Mary Shelley.
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