PRP ile cilt daha parlak ve canlı görünür. Özellikle yüz bölgesinde karşılaştığımız güneş ve yaşlılık lekeleri yumuşar, göz altı bölgesi torbalanmalar ve mor renk değişikliklerinde düzelme olur. İnce çizgiler yumuşar. #prp#yüzgençleştirme#ameliyatsızestetik
все ещё отказываюсь верить в наступление осени 🙈😅🙈 учитывая,что лето мы не прочувствовали_)) я недолюбливаю осень, ведь впереди 5 холодных месяцев🙈вы готовы?!)) Кстати, подскажите пжл где можно купить пуховичок, желательно длинный, чтобы жопик прикрыть от мороза_)) #пуховик#осень#peace #подготовкиКзиме
#NotForNothingBut... While all of the above is 100% True... what will ABSOLUTELY not happen in my lifetime is Hip Hop and those in it disrespect me as a Human Being, as a Man or an MC! No one Person is Hip Hop... We all are and This is energy manifested to transform lives. It doesn't owe you anything, it doesn't allow you to, for an iota of a second, believe that you have power or dominion over others because you happen to have "gotten here first"... it simply respects those who respect it. Entitlement rules do not apply in Hip Hop! If you can't understand that... then leave it alone. I get the respect that I am humbled to receive because I respectfully have earned it by, in my humble opinion, putting in the hard work and respecting the good positive energy from those that have been placed in my path via the ordered steps of my creator. If Hip Hop wants anything from me it knows that all it has to do is ask. But to attempt to just take because it feels like it can, put my Livelyhood in jeopardy, not speak to me or anything of the like instead of supporting the good work that is being put in... well, based on how I learned and was raised on and in it, that doesn't feel like Hip Hop to me.
This is my 2 cents on the subject and NO I am not taking any question on the subject. I'm just speaking my mind.
Thank you Hip Hop for allowing me to gain clarity as I grow older in preparation for my next position as elder in this tribe. I plan to provide a better example for those that come after me than some of those that came before me who for some reason couldn't find the time to teach me correctly. - @DRESthaBEATnik #FOLLOWTHEHAT
Venezuelan-born artist Carlos Cruz-Diez (@carloscruzdiez)has completed work on a new art installation at the Broad Museum in Los Angeles that utilizes blocks of pastel-colored paint to activate the crosswalks connected to the museum.
The installation was developed as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (PST), an ambitious multi-venue exploration of Latin American and Latino art currently taking place across the Los Angeles region.
Read more on archpaper.com.