Sometimes a good custom lip color is all that’s required to pull everything together! That is one of my favorite things about Lipsense (of course kiss proof comes first) but, our lip colors go on in 3 layers which allows you to mix your own custom color in no time at all! 2 Colors gives you 8 possible color combinations!! I would love to tell you all of the possibilities but with 50 colors plus SO many limited edition colors, that would take quite some time 😂 What is your favorite combo?!
🎶🎶🎶 Sound on! 🎶🎶🎶 Happy Friyaaaaaaay!!! We made it yall 🎉🎉🎉 Today for #marchmeetthemaker the subject is "hands at work" Honestly, this is more "hands at play" 😉 This is a short fun little video I made showing people just how easy it is to apply the vinyl decals they buy from me up at @pineapplerustic here in Wilmington🍍🍍🍍 All of my decals are a fun way to easily make something "yours" This is a 50 cent notebook I got at @michaelsstores and dressed it up with my monogram👍 Easy peasy! #monogrameverything#saltandgracedesigns
Job well done to Adam Slack and others at Guaranteed Rate on last nights social. Libby and I enjoyed the event and meeting the kind members of the team that assisted us with our home loan. #wilmington#nc#home
Promise of Shaconage, Act 76: Odd, how Yonega build towns... BlueSmokyMountains.com Copy, paste: https://goo.gl/j5663C #fiction#novel#fictionseries#smokymountains#smokies#tsalagi#cherokee#firstnations#asheville#avl#avlnews#avlstories#wncnews#828isgreat#wnc#nc#northcarolina#greatsmokymountains#writersofinstagram#authorsofinstagram Timpoochee knew if Cornstalk vanished he was not going to be found and, so, he sat quietly for a few minutes hoping the errant brother would reveal himself. Timpoochee also knew he would have to walk - carefully and in full view of the guards - into the Yonega settlement to find Yufala and, maybe, explain what really happened on the boat, in the water, with those sailors and the bear men. He was still stunned by what happened - near death, the chained bear men, the fat sailor being eaten by Utkena. Is that what really happened? No other explanation, Timpoochee thought. He supposed. Slowly, he gathered himself, uncoiled to his feet and headed toward the river landing and the Yonega settlement. It was odd, the way the white men built this town. Walls of logs surrounded the outside, each one carved at their tops into spearheads. It was not like the towns he knew, of his people, open and inviting to strangers. This town seemed organized to keep visitors out, rather than inviting them in. Or, maybe, to keep its townspeople in rather than letting them out. It seemed only one door through the log walls existed, facing the river landing. He approached cautiously but upright and trying to display determination, like he belonged there. The guards at the door saw him and launched from their shoulders the same kind of fire shooting spear the sailors had. Timpoochee stopped in his tracks.