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This photo proves that all #women on our planet are #gorgeus #people #blog #share - Credit: http://www.lesoriginesdelabeaute.com/fr/accueil.html

Facial Structures After overlaying thousands of portraits by ethnicity this artist rendered them into single people to better understand facial similarities and differences.

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20+ Of The Creepiest Halloween Makeup Ideas

Faces of Models Transformed Into Images with Face Paint face painting by make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan and Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov

Motivo Eu canto porque o instante existe e a minha vida está completa. Não sou alegre nem sou triste: sou poeta. Irmão das coisas fugidias, não sinto gozo nem tormento. Atravesso noites e dias no vento. Se desmorono ou se edifico, se permaneço ou me desfaço, — não sei, não sei. Não sei se fico ou passo. Sei que canto. E a canção é tudo. Tem sangue eterno a asa ritmada. E um dia sei que estarei mudo: — mais nada. Cecília Meireles

beautiful fashion woman color face art by White Room, via Shutterstock

Ponto de vista.

Which of these two double-headed illusions do you think is best? Vote your choice by commenting below. In each image, which face did you see first? Face forward or face to the side?

Hecate "the distant one" Goddess of the Crossroads. Mother of witches, she is a goddess of the dark hours & associated with the crone aspect of the Triple Goddess - Emily Balivet

"Hecate" - A print of an original painting by Emily Balivet, Hecate, the mother of witches, whose name literally means "the distant one", is a goddess of the dark hours and is commonly associated with the crone aspect of the triple goddess.

body paint | beyondmetaphysics – icarus zaure  | followpics.co

Inspiration for Bodypaint beyondmetaphysics: Icarus Zaure *jawdrops* Oh. - Would make an interesting tattoo

Mórríghan ~ The Irish Goddess of fertility, war, and death would often appear on battlefields in the form of a crow or raven and would consume the dead. Her name means "Great Queen".

"Mórríghan" - A print from the original painting by Emily Balivet, Mórríghan ~ The Irish Goddess of fertility, war, and death would often appear on battlefields in the form of a crow or raven and would consume the dead. Her name means "Great Queen".

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