Feng Po-po is the Chinese Goddess of the Wind. She carries a bag of winds, which she releases as needed. Feng Po-po’s name, which means “madam wind,” is also seen as Feng P’o-p’o. Face, Eye Makeup, Fashion Models, Brows, White, On, Photoart Fashion Beautiful, Fashion Photography, Feelings
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In Aztec mythology, a Tzitzimitl (plural Tzitzimimeh) is a Goddess of Stars. They were skeletal female figures wearing skirts of skulls and bones. The Tzitzimimeh are also the stars that can be seen around the Sun during a solar eclipse. This is the Tzitzimimeh attacking the Sun. The Tzitzimimeh had a double role in Aztec religion: they were protectresses of the feminine and progenitresses of mankind. They were also powerful and dangerous, especially in periods of cosmic instability.
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1930's french model: deep red-plum lips with sharp penciled line along with pale skin and smudged liner. A perfect look to use for the modern lady.