Category Archives: Art

Distorted Eyes

One goal in life I have is to create meaningful content around make-up and beauty that celebrates the natural shape of Asians eyes (on the right) instead of distorting it to look like something entirely different (on the left).  I’m all for accentuating features, but this is not accentuating and appreciating the eye shape.  

Here’s another picture that distorts the eye even more dramatically.

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Not sure how happy that girl is….

Here’s the comparison of make-up done in a way that accentuates the natural shape of these Asian women:

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I’m all for having natural eyes.

By the way, there’s plenty of white women with beautiful eyes regardless of size…..

For example, Taylor Swift. Can you image Taylor with eye makeup to make her eyes look unreasonably huge?  It’s like her getting DD breast implants.  Just doesn’t work.

I think she’s happy with them as is and is successful nonetheless.

 Original distorted eye post I first read is below:


Passionate Contemporary Dance

Jokes aside, here’s a real artistic contemporary dance piece.  I’m in love with this piece as you can feel the emotion wrapped up in the music as well as the dance.

The choreographer,   Travis Wall, is amazing.

Skip to minute 1:25 to bypass all the SYTYCD intro talk.

Ordinary is Extraordinary

I love street art. I love the charm, wit, and delight artists bring to some of the most mundane things we pass daily.

It compels you to stop. It mesmerizes you to think and feel.

One of my favorites is Banksy, Park, Los Angeles.

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