Тени для век @urbandecayrussia Moondust обладают ослепительным, невероятно изысканным и утонченным блеском ✨👌 (Нет и намека на дешевый #блеск мишуры!). #Мелкоизмельченные блестящие частицы придают теням #3D эффект и насыщенный цвет — уверены, вы никогда не видели ничего подобного.
(Готовьтесь к ШКВАЛУ вопросов от подруг, что это за тени)
______________________ #Секретки ✨🤫👇
Для более насыщенного цвета наносите тени Moondust пальцами или влажным способом. Перед нанесением смочите водой кончик пальца, и вы увидите, как по-новому заиграют цвет и сверкание.
На губах 👄✨жидкое стекло для губ @bobbibrown@bobbibrownrussia
Можно наносить как самостоятельное средство для естественного макияжа или поверх любой помады, чтобы придать губам интенсивный блеск.
Circumstellar disks or debris disks are the leftover material at the end of the #planet formation process. #Astronomers like Meredith MacGregor use large arrays of radio #telescopes to image these disks, looking for structural features such as whether they have rings or eccentricities that can then be used to further understand how planets form and evolve. MacGregor’s work explores how these systems form in the first place, while also looking at what might (or might not) make a planetary system habitable. “I have gotten into looking at #stellar activity and what that means for the disks and the planets surrounding their #stars ,” she said. “Then I boil it down to a simple question like, “Are they habitable?” #science#space#universe#STEM#WomenofDTM#HumansofDTM#WomensHistoryMonth
Reposting because my initial post went up during the Great Instagram Meltdown of 2019! :/ As a celebration for hitting 300 followers (sup guys I love you all <3!!) I’m hosting a combo #drawthisinyourstylechallenge and #artistssupportingartists event!! As part of this event, I will feature and follow everyone who participates!
I also encourage everyone to introduce themselves in the comments on this post and visit and comment on the profiles of the awesome artists who introduce themselves!
I would like to give a huge thank you to the amazing @nevakemer for doing this awesome artwork for me! :D So cute and adorable! ^_^ Some of her art as well as @ania_white_fang can also be seen in the merch store if you are interested to check it out :) https://streamlabs.com/fallapagoose/#/merch
Interstellar travel, rewriting human genetics, body hacking, limitless clean energy...is this our future? What will humanity look like in 100 years (assuming the Yellowstone Caldera doesn’t take us all out)? If technology continues to progress anywhere near the pace of the last few decades, not only will we have people on Mars, we’ll be in the middle of terraforming it. Or, will our future have a distinctly dystopian pallor? We take a look ahead this week with Ben Bowlin and Matt Frederick from the OG conspiracy podcast, Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know. Plus, could the future of humanity hinge on this very podcast? (no) Conspiracy Bot has the fix for quantum computers (defrag). And we all have some “tea, Earl Grey, hot”. All of that and more on the podcast that is hopeful for the future of humanity (poorly conceived and built robots on the other hand, we aren’t so sure) – Hysteria 51.
One of the most recognizable nebulae in the sky, the Horsehead Nebula, in Orion, is part of a vast, dark molecular cloud. Also known as Barnard 33, its unusual shape was discovered on a photographic plate at the end of the 19th century. The red comes from hydrogen (present mostly behind the nebula) ionized by the bright star near Sigma Orionis.