Friday, June 22, 2018

People Who Love Glitter A Little Too Much

People Who Love Glitter A Little Too Much

Ain't nothing wrong with a little bit of glitter! It's a perfect way to glam up your look. As much as I love glitter, there are people out there who love it so much more. I mean, aside from putting it on their face, they put it on their hair, too. That's crazy! Keep reading to check out these people who love glitter a little too much! 

Everybody loves a little glitter, but in this case, these people LOVE glitter. 

Like, LOVE! 

Glittery eyebrows on fleek! 

Well, this is a little odd. 

I guess glitter can go on any place that grows hair. 

Even though this is ridiculously dramatic, I really like it! 

I wouldn't do it, but I definitely love it from afar. 


I don't even want to know how hard it would be to get the glitter out. 

I love this look! 

So chic and dramatic. 

Do you like glitter? Comment to let us know what you think! 

16 Ways To Upgrade Your Old Jeans

16 Ways To Upgrade Your Old Jeans

I can think of two pairs of jeans off the top of my head that I basically never wear. It's not that anything is wrong with them, but more like I find them to be a little boring. Fortunately, there are many great DIYs out there for when it comes to sprucing up our old, lackluster jeans. You don't need to have an art background to achieve these looks, and the materials needed for each style are pretty minimal. So if you're feeling tired of your plain, blue jeans, read ahead for a list of 16 ways to revamp your denim! 

1. Stenciled 

The options are endless! All you need for this look is a stencil of your choice and some fabric paint or spray. 

2. Studded

Pockets, seams, cuffs... Poke studs through the fabric wherever you'd like and bend down the stud arms on the inside of jeans. 

3. Tie Dye 

You can achieve this look by using a tie-dye kit or by hand-painting on dye with a sponge! This design works best on light-wash or white jeans. 

4. Lace 

Feminize distressed jeans by flipping your pants inside out, and sewing pieces of lace over rips and tears! 

5. Animal Print

Achieve this wild look by painting patterns in bleach on your jeans! 

6. Patchwork 

Get this adorable look by sewing different swatches of fabric onto the inside of distressed jeans! Sewing not your forte? Use fabric glue instead. 

7. Polka Dots 

This look is so cute, and so simple! All you need is a circular sponge and some fabric paint. 

8. Pom Pom Pockets 

This might be my favorite look of the list. Just sew pom pom trim (you can find this at any fabric store) to the seam of your pockets and voila! 

9. Zippers 

Instantly bring some edginess to your jeans with this look. All you'll need is a seam ripper, fabric fuse tape, and two zippers of your choosing! 

10. Distressed 

To get this fun, relaxed look, just rough up a pair of plain jeans using sandpaper, scissors, and tweezers to pull threads loose. 

11. Ombré

To get this great, faded look all you need is water, bleach, and a bucket for soaking!

12. Sequins

Achieve this glam, girly look by sewing sequin fabric onto the back pockets of your jeans! 

13. Splattered

This Jackson Pollock-inspired look is all the rave in celebrity denim. Simply splatter different colors of fabric paint onto plain jeans and watch them come to life! 

14. Striped

Get this Beetlejuice-inspired look using painter's tape, fabric paint, and a paint brush or sponge! 

15. Cool Cuffs 

I love this idea. Just sew American flag-printed fabric onto the inside of your jean bottoms, then roll up and show off your cuffs! 

16. Fringe

This boho-inspired style can be dressed up or dressed down. Transform plain jeans into this look with a seam ripper and fabric shears! 

This Man Took A Selfie Every Day For 8 Years And The Time-Lapse Is
Surprisingly Powerful

This Man Took A Selfie Every Day For 8 Years And The Time-Lapse Is Surprisingly Powerful

For a teenager going through adolescence, the journey into adulthood can seem like it takes forever. 

Not only is your body going through intense hormonal and physical changes, you're constantly trying to figure out who you are as an individual. What is your place in the world outside the confines of your parents' home that you so desperately want to leave?

All of the different hairstyles you try (which includes that first attempt at a beard), the different groups of friends who cycle through, and the types of music you listen to — they're all part of this constant drive to define you.

A man from Montreal, Hugo Cornellier, decided he wanted to see this process sped up, and to do that, he took a selfie every day for eight years. He kept his facial expression the same for the thousands of selfies so that everything else — his hair, the room he lived in, and the people surrounding him — would be captured. 

Take a look at his incredible transformation from adolescent to adult in the video below!

SHARE this incredible time-lapse with your Facebook friends. 

17 Pictures That Prove The Future Is Now

17 Pictures That Prove The Future Is Now

The future is now... right? I mean, I'm still waiting for my hoverboard, but these inventions are all proof that we are definitely living in the future. From insanely clever to just a little bit bizarre, these inventions are all seriously futuristic. 

Just look at all the neat things you can do:

1. Control your electronics with your gestures

2. Translate signs with an app

3. Climb stairs in a wheelchair

4. Know when the bathroom is occupied

5. Eat a cheeseburger from a can

6. Have your beer delivered by a drone

7. Toss your garbage and always have it land in the trash can

8. Be entertained while waiting for your ice cream to soften

9. See what's in your fridge without opening it

10. Check the time because it's been written out for you

11. Ride in a car that drives itself

12. Know how much time you have at a traffic light

13. See ads interact with their surroundings

14. Learn to cook without burning anything

15. Watch a robot solve a Rubik's cube faster than you ever could

16. Doodle in 3D

17. And lastly, this:

So, these might all look super incredible, and you might be curious (and maybe a little outraged) about the fact that these products aren't in your hand right this second. Well, we don't want the robots taking over right away, do we? Some of these designs are still prototypes and aren't on the market yet. The fact that they've been invented is a major indication at the future, though.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Artist Stacks Thousands Of Crayons To Make Works Of Art

Artist Stacks Thousands Of Crayons To Make Works Of Art

I am not skilled when it comes to art: painting, drawing, and sculpting are all things I don't do well. My crayon game, however, is pretty good! Ever since I was a kid, I have loved drawing with crayons in my coloring book. Even now, when I go to a restaurant and there are crayons on the table, I'm always scribbling something random. I love crayons because you can do so many unique things with them, like melting or carving them. Christian Faur, an artist, has found an even more unique way to use crayons to create incredible art. Instead of melting them or drawing with them, he stacks them in an amazing way, and the results are stunning! 

The Artist 

Christian Faur is the man behind the crayon. He arranges thousands and thousands of colorful, handmade crayons into beautiful works of art. The coolest thing about his crayon art is that it appears to look different from all angles. 

1. Zigzag Art 

This is seriously so awesome! I love how the crayons are stacked in a zigzag formation. It looks like it's a black and white photograph, but it has a pop of color. If you have trouble seeing the image, squint your eyes and it will look clearer. Check out #6 to see the same artwork created with different crayons. 

2. Crayons 

These crayons are ready to get in formation. Look how many there are. There are so many different shades of pink, too! 

3. Watermelon 

Whoa! This looks amazing! Also, that's a seedless watermelon. Can I have it? 

4. Lifelike 

This looks very realistic. It's amazing that arranging crayons can result in such a detailed work of art. Even her tattoo and cigarette look real!  

5. Lemon

The different shades of yellow crayons make it look exactly like a sliced lemon. Anybody want lemonade? 

6. Multicolor portrait 

I love all the colors! Christian Faur used the same reference photo as in #2, but created this art using a different arrangement of colors. The pink block of this piece of art is my favorite because you can see all the different crayons that make up that one block. Orange, yellow, and blue are just some of the colors that pop out at me. So cool! 

7. Watch how he does it

This is amazing!

This artist has tons of patience when it comes to his crayon art. It's amazing that he has an idea for what colors to use, too. Amazing! 

What do you think about this art? Comment to let us know!