Hi guys :) As promised, here’s a step by step tutorial :D Thank you for the numerous notes, comments, and likes on Instagram ~ Follow me on Instagram if you haven’t ! (SHAMELSS PLUGGING MWAHAHAHA) — crissey8 on Instagram.


This is super easy and fun :)

Things you need:

• Gloves



(Source: anarchygirl1)


Who really majors in Psychology for the blue side anyway?

Animated Movies by Each Zodiac Sign


Aries (March 21 - April 19) The Incredibles

If anyone understands what it’s like to be a superhero trapped in a humdrum routine, it’s you, Aries! Under the sign of the Warrior, you crave action and adventure, even if you’re stuck behind a desk. So Pixar’s 2004 CGI fantasy about a cadre of superheroes who are legally obligated to retire into the rat race of 9-to-5 jobs and — gasp! — family life, will strike a chord. Years after a number of lawsuits force larger-than-life crime-fighters Mr. Incredible and his wife Elastigirl to settle down, they are called back into action to defeat an evil genius. As they fall back into rank (this time, with their kids at their side), the film’s true message will resonate with you: you can’t stifle  

Taurus (April 20 - May 20) Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
You might remember the popular children’s book about the town of Chewandswallow, where weather is food-based and residents come to expect their meals to be showered on them three times a day. As the Bull sign that loves comfy earthly pleasures like good eats in abundance, you might find that this scenario appeals to you already! But as Sony Pictures Animation translates the story into a computerized caper, the plot grows thicker: scientist Flint Lockwood shows a Taurean determination to end hunger worldwide — and eventually succeeds by finding a way to convert watery precipitation into groceries! Understandably, this creates just as many problems as it solves, but you’ll enjoy the delicious premise of tasty problem-solving (an activity at which the logical Bull sign excels!). 

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Virgo - … your dependence on cold, hard logic often earns you the bad rap of being robot-like.