Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
Yeah...the shock of reality that dudes must have to deal with, the next morning, w/women who don't leave their house without make-up on. :-(
If Domai isn't about sexual attraction, shouldn't you feature acne scarred women like this? Or fatties? Strange that they're always beautiful. So much for this idea of some kind of sexless, dispassionate, objective kind of aesthetics. Well, I think we all knew that was bullshit didn't we?"Oh, no, no, I'm not like Larry Flynt at all - this is art!""Right, right, of course." *wink*
I don't want to sound cold, but do you think her acne might improve if she ever let her skin see daylight?
To me, she looks the same, just with pimples and without pimples. :)Her eyes are so brighter without make-up...It is incredibly brave, what she is doing, I totally agree. ***I have no clue how she can get cured of this is she covers it every day so professionally... Probably a one or two months detox hidden somewhere in the woods would be great for her...
To me she hardly looks like the same person. Which makes sense to me because she not only covers the acne, she shapes the faces with different tones and colors, and does many other things. If by brighter, you mean just lighter (rather than "having more life"), I can see that, yes. I think the artificial or filled-out eyelashes simply blocks some of the light shining on the eyeball.
> If by brighter, you mean just lighter (rather than "having more life"), I can see that, yes. I think the artificial or filled-out eyelashes simply blocks some of the light shining on the eyeball.I didn't think of that, but that sounds right. And to me, her eyes also look more alive. Though she is indeed pretty with her make-up, but the eyes are more alive to me without.
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