lamonday

tungstens:

we all have a favorite eyebrow

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Jul 25
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Jul 24

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Jul 24

shadesandgoldbullets:

danimansutti:

My EVERYDAY make up tutorial is now up :)

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Jul 24

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prettypuke:

_ $PITGAME  * 
Jul 24

prettypuke:

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nativeamericannews:

Native American Sun Symbols
Sun symbols are seen in some shape or fashion in every Native American tribe. This should be a clear indication of how much the sun was revered for its power.Unanimously, the sun was of great importance. Provider of warmth, facilitator of crops, and the great bearer of light – it is no wonder this symbol finds its way on so many Native American artifacts and artwork.
Jul 24

nativeamericannews:

Native American Sun Symbols


Sun symbols are seen in some shape or fashion in every Native American tribe. This should be a clear indication of how much the sun was revered for its power.
Unanimously, the sun was of great importance. Provider of warmth, facilitator of crops, and the great bearer of light – it is no wonder this symbol finds its way on so many Native American artifacts and artwork.

Jul 24

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nativeamericannews:

The Battle of Tippecanoe
Native American Settlement Early man and many Indian tribes roamed this part of the Wabash Valley before the thriving trading post of Keth-tip-pe-can-nunk was established in the eighteenth century. Known to many as “Tippecanoe”, the village thrived until 1791, when it was razed in an attempt to scatter the Indians and open the land to the new white
Jul 24

nativeamericannews:

The Battle of Tippecanoe


Native American Settlement Early man and many Indian tribes roamed this part of the Wabash Valley before the thriving trading post of Keth-tip-pe-can-nunk was established in the eighteenth century. Known to many as “Tippecanoe”, the village thrived until 1791, when it was razed in an attempt to scatter the Indians and open the land to the new white

Jul 24

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Jul 24

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cherrylemonades:

my dad just recently learned about “omg”
Jul 24

cherrylemonades:

my dad just recently learned about “omg”

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judelianaphotodiary:

denim and versace. taken by hikristofferson
Jul 24

judelianaphotodiary:

denim and versace. taken by hikristofferson

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Jul 24

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Jul 22

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