This is a tiny sloth mounted on an adjustable ring. He is so cute and cheerful, he’s sure to brighten your day whenever you wear him!
Adorable Creatures Made Functional.u can buy from etsy and luulla
This is a tiny sloth mounted on an adjustable ring, holding a tiny heart with your inscription. He is so cute and cheerful, he’s sure to brighten your day whenever you wear him!
Japan loves hair salons and fancy hair. For centuries, the country has been obsessed with various coiffures. Today is no different. This hairstyle, however, is.
The style is called "Ripe Tomato" ("kanjuku tomato" or 完熟トマト). It was done by a stylist named "Hiro" at an Osaka salon called "Trick Store", which is located the city’s hipster youth district, Amemura.
Trick Store’s styles are what some would call "cutting edge". Others might say they’re odd! I think they’re interesting and fun. They are, however, not mainstream. Japanese teens are not running around with "Ripe Tomato" hairdos. Yet.
Here are some more edgy hairstyles from Trick Store and other salons around Japan. And yes, there are the inevitable "These look like Final Fantasy" hairstyles, too.
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This "all over" print crewneck sweatshirt is made using a special sublimation technique to provide a vivid graphic image throughout the shirt.
plastic surgery made these beauty queens all look the same? in Miss Korea 2013 beauty pageant contestants
A picture of 20 beauty queen hopefuls went viral on Reddit .More than 3,000 users debated the wisdom of plastic surgery
South Korea’s growing obsession with plastic surgery became apparent when pictures of a group of aspiring beauty queens posted online prompted claims that cosmetic procedures have left all the contestants looking the same.
Pictures of the 20 Miss Korea 2013 finalists were posted on Reddit fuelling speculation that many of them had undergone surgery and prompting users to criticise the Asian nation’s growing trend to go under the knife.
The photographs went viral after they were shared on Reddit with the title: “Korea’s plastic surgery mayhem is finally converging on the same face.”
South Koreans currently have more plastic surgery than in any other country according to recent figures, with the craze particularly popular among 19 to 49-year-olds.
one user writes a comment on reddit,”
You arent racist. Those women in fact do look unnervingly similar and yes, Koreans think so too. This is because they all get the exact same plastic surgeries and the surgeons follow the same formulas for noses and eyes and everything else theyve had done (fillers, cheek and forehead implants, eye surgery, nose surgery, jaw reduction, breast job, calf muscle job, fat grafting etc). Every single one of them has had nose and eye surgery. Those faces costed those girls thousands. Also dont underestimate makeup, theyve got it caked on in a similar style.
2). Those are called the Korean plastic face look. In certain areas of Seoul, you would think all the women are sisters because they look so similar due to same surgeries.
Koreans cant tell them apart ether. Theyre jokingly referred to as "Samsung Robots"
one user posted this gif image picture
Kids these days — always so busy with their iPhones, their Facebook, their superhuman energy attacks. A new photography trend is blowing up amongst Japanese schoolgirls these days, and it’s a weird one.
The pictures involve teenagers who appears to release superhuman energy, sending their surrounding classmates flying. The creative youths dubbed the Twitter trend "Makankosappo," a Dragon Ball Z term for all you non-ballers. Even if you aren’t familiar with the manga series, you can definitely appreciate these uniformed adolescents throwing energy balls around IRL. according to Kotaku the images first surfaced on 2ch, Japan’s largest bulletin board. They were captioned: "Schoolgirls Nowadays lol." Lol indeed.
The images are super effective and, obviously, their power level must be OVER 9,000!
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