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This is my haul from today:

There is a huge sale in all Sokos and Emotions, so I did a little shopping.

There is:

Cils Demasq makeup remover (my HG)
Lancome Color Fever lipstick Atomic Red
Gosh effect powders Golden Gate and Angel
Gosh translucent loose powder
Gosh single eyeshadows 233 and 244 (brown and white)
Gosh nail polishes Mulberry and Pearl

And guess what? I might give some of the away, to you guys! Are you interested? *g*

And about the Lancome lipstick, it's regular price is 30e ( ~$44 !), and now it was just 3e ( ~$4), I just HAD to buy it at that price *g*

Tiger Tattoo Designs

The tiger has long been a symbol in indigenous tattooing in Asian countries, such as Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, and Thailand. As a tattoo, a tiger can symbolize an intermingling between strength and beauty.

Tiger tattoo pictures, just like designs, are diverse and often ornate. This wide range of tiger tattoo pictures is necessary to cater to all preferences in style and symbolic meaning. Here are the broader categories:

Tribal Tiger Tattoos

Tigers found in Asia are generally inked in tribal style. The swirls, bold black strokes, and geometric shapes of the tribal inking style complement the sleek and powerful form of the tiger, its movements, and even its coat of stripes.

By and large, Asian cultures utilize the tiger as a symbol of power and strength. It is deemed 'King of the Animals' in Korea. It is also sometimes used as an emblem for destruction and violence. Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction, is illustrated bearing a tiger skin and riding a tiger. Pictures of Asian tigers also serve as amulets to ward off evil spirits. In China, stone tigers are placed to guard and protect buildings and houses.

White Tiger Tattoos

The tattoo picture of a white tiger, also known as spectral tiger, almost always turns out as a wraithlike image – it is frequently depicted thin black stripes on a coat of snowy white fur and blue eyes. Most white tigers die from starvation in the jungle because their lack of usual orange-and-black pigmentation makes it incredibly difficult for them to get prey by stealth. They stand out too much against a backdrop of grass and forest. A white tiger tattoo is usually inked in tribal or impressionist style.

As a tattoo, a white tiger represents the rarity and uniqueness of its wearer, and often spells out a message that he or she is one of a kind. Another meaning attributed to a white tiger tattoo is the struggle for survival.

Siberian Tiger Tattoos

Siberian tigers are the rarest and largest of the tiger family. They are now dangerously close to extinction. Male Siberian tigers can be more than ten feet in length and weigh between 400 to 700 pounds. They reside in the forests of Southeastern Russia and parts of China. The symbolism in pictures of Siberian tiger tattoos is pretty plain – it is of raw and unparalleled strength and power.

Weretiger Tattoos

Chinese and Tibetan lore tell that their people descended from tigers. They also tell of stories about weretigers, people that can change themselves into tigers, much like the werewolves in movies. In some parts of China, the custom of giving tiger figures to boys and girls at their coming-of-age ceremonies is still practiced today. Weretiger tattoos are also chosen and inked on many people today.

Rose Tattoos

As far as popularity is concerned, the rose tattoo is right up at the top of the list. People have inked roses of all sorts on their bodies for a long time. The reason for this varies but mostly, the rose is synonymous with love. From early times, roses have been given to the significant other as a sign of affection. They also have been used to express apology, happiness, congratulations and the celebration of birthdays and anniversaries. They can be inked in the fully bloomed state or even as a budding flower. But what color should be used? Below is a brief list of the colors of the rose and their meanings.
Red. Obviously this is the color of love and affection. It can also depict courage or respect. Many times the red rose is used to express sincere love and passion. The most popular color for a tattoo.

Yellow. The yellow rose is given when someone wishes to express friendship or happiness. It coincides with delight and joy. Sometimes the yellow rose is used to show caring or nurturing. A stunning tattoo color.

Peach. This color is very pretty and subtle. The peach rose is given to someone to say thanks and show gratitude. It may be used when one wants to express sincerity and appreciation for an accomplishment. Very subtle.

White. Most people associate the white rose with weddings and marriage. It is a symbol of innocence and purity. It can also express intimacy and secrecy. Difficult to make look natural.

Blue. When someone uses the blue rose they can be expressing the impossible or unattainable. It is used for displaying the unreachable goal or dream. This is a very striking tattoo color.

Pink. Very many times pink roses will be used to show sympathy or sorrow. They also can symbolize grace, gentleness and admiration. Not used much but should be.

Orange. When someone is enthusiastic or wants to display fascination and desire they generally turn to the orange rose. It is a symbol of wants and achievement. Also a beautiful tattoo color.

Sterling or Lavender. This is a beautiful color of rose. It is meant to display infatuation or love at first sight. It can be use to express enchantment or fantasy as well. Works well with dragons and fantasy tats.

Black. This is the rose that means death and despair. When this rose is used it means goodbye or farewell to those who have passed on. Use carefully.

The above colors and their definitions are just guidelines. You can ink whatever color rose you would like. It really is up to the individual but keep in mind the color so that you don't use the incorrect meaning.

I wish you well in your search for the perfect tattoo design.

To moon and back.

I'll tart again with my LOTD:

MAC Painterly p/p
SMH Over the Moon e/s

Mschic Mineral Black e/s
SMH Champagne
SMH Bee's Knees
Wet'n'Wild Megaliner
MAC Fluidline
MF FLE mascara

I have some HUGE problems with my new flash, so the picture quality isn't really that stunning as I would want it to be. It actually pisses me of, that I make a beautiful makeup, and I can't get a decent picture of it because of new, BETTER flash. Grr.

Then a look for fun I made couple days ago, that I just forgot to post here:

It's quite sad that you can't really see the fishnet texture I made under the brow.
But this was made with Gosh Steel and Holographic silver effect powders, and MAC Blackground p/p.

Phew. I guess that's it.



I'll put my LOTD first, then to my StarMakeupHaven goodies.

My LOTD was very pinup-inspired:

Unfortunately my camera wasn't really co-operative, so sorry for the bad pics.

But to my SMH haul:

When I first opened the package, I got this:

Apparently got a free "gift", one nail polish remover tissue O_o

Here's the empty palette:

And here are the eyeshadow pans:

Here's Bee's Knees in the palette:

And finally the full palette:

So, how are they, how do they feel, are they pigmented?
Great, good, yes *g*

Here's all of them swatched, only foundation as a base:


Very beautiful shimmery red. More red than rust, but not quite red still.


AWESOME green. Picture really doesn't give right to this. It's green, but it's still so totally vibrant! It's has a hint of lime, gold, blue, teal.. Ah, beautyful indeed.

This is beautyful metallic blue, something I've lookin for a while. Great shade.

Flare for the Dramatic:

This was the only matte eyeshadow, but think it's the sama quality as the other shadows too. Not harder to work with or anything. This is "real red" that goes more to pink than orange. But still not the "ultimate red".

Lime Light:

Oh so cool! See how it's look almost neon green/yellow on the swatch? This is so cool! It's a light shade without being pale. So cool :D

Wine Not?

This is actually pretty one too, altought it might be wrong shade for me, since I can't really pull of anything pink/pinkish. We'll see if this is too pink for me.

Light My Fire:

This is shimmery orange-red. Maybe a bit to coral, or something. Nice, but not my favourite.

Walking After Midnight:

Uh, this is beautiful blue. Dark, but still so BLUE :D


Ooh, I like this one! I've always thought that browns are a bit boring, but this isn't! This reminds me of something, I just can't seem to figure out what it is :D But anyway, lovely brown-ish.

Over the Moon:

My favourite. Like, OMG. This is AMAZING™. Whoa. Really. Gold, yellow and a hint of orange all in same, and.. .Whoa. Really :D I'm quite stunned, this is just lovely!

Plum Crazy:

I love this one too! I think the purple shade is quite unique (at least to me) and I think this is just lovely. It reminds me a bit of bruising, but this is way much sweeter *g*


I love this too! I don't quite know how to describe the color, it's kinda grey, kinda green-ish, kinda brownish. Very unique to me again.

And the light ones I didn't have time to swatch yet:

Bees knees:



And finally some REALLY quick look with SMH eyeshadows:


Sneak Peek!

Guess what arrived today?

My order from !

I'll promise to make better post of them, and my LOTD and and and... And all, but now I'm in a bit of a hurry, so you'll just have to wait *g*

Orchid Tattoos and You - Perfect Flower Tattoo?

Orchid tattoos can be a great choice of tattoo for both females and males. Dependant on the orchid you get and the meaning you are after, this flower tattoo can be either end of the spectrum, highly masculine in nature or very feminine. A popular favourite flower for corsages and bouquets it is no wonder it is also finding popularity in the inked world. So what exactly can the orchid tattoo stand for?

On the masculine side of meanings it is all very sexual in nature, representing various parts of the male anatomy. In classic Chinese meaning it is often associated with the perfect man. On the other end of the spectrum are the more feminine meanings of beauty, charm and refinement. It is often seen as being a beautiful flower representative of all things feminine. It is also commonly referred to as the flower of magnificence. The feminine form of the orchid is also symbolic of perfection, love and family. Or in Asian cultures it is also seen as a symbol of something rare and precious. No matter why you seek this tattoo the origins and meanings are limitless and you can find one that suits your intended desire.

Due to it being a flower tattoo the varieties are endless and the uniqueness factor can be very high. It can easily be adjusted to fit pretty much every part of the body and work with the bodies natural shape. It can be given any colouration to provide the bearer with the perfect colour for them and their skin tone. The orchid itself has hundreds of different varieties of flower so you can be sure that one of the many types will suit your personal style and taste.

The orchid flower in tattoos is often seen as a symbol of sexuality or of luxury. Both of which may be the meaning you want for your flower tattoo. It is often also found in association with other Hawaiian flower tattoos to create the perfect piece of artwork on the canvas of your skin.

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