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Photo by @jimmychin | I always find it remarkable how much work it takes to find simplicity and clarity. @conrad_anker enjoys the moment and some of the finer elements of life—singular purpose, a good view, and a little sunshine—Ulvetanna, Queen Maud Land. For a little perspective, zoom in to see our epic campsite below. For more images of adventures in Antarctica follow @jimmychin.


Kawasan Falls - Philippines ✨💚💚💚✨ Picture by ✨✨@timothysykes✨✨ go follow this self-made millionaire who travels the world while teaching others how to become millionaires too!


Shibuya 4 ways - scroll through for 2 videos of what it’s like to cross the street in japan 🇯🇵


#FotoDelDía | Un grupo de macacos coronados disfruta de una majestuosa vista mientras se acicalan unos a otros. Los macacos, también llamados zati, son nativos del sur de la India.


Water Games 💦 🐶


#ad: Did you know cute dog photos can also help others? @googlelocalguides share them on Google Maps to let you know when a place is dog-friendly, like this shot captured at the two-mile-long North Beach in Del Mar, California by Local Guide @uchi_desi. #letsguide


Poetry in motion, my favorite sound on earth #WavesCrashing #GooglePixel


Photo by @michaelclarkphoto | A single Bison in Biscuit Basin watching out for the rest of the herd near Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park on a snowy winter day in Wyoming. #wyoming #yellowstone #bison #biscuitbasin


When Romanie-Jade Tulloch (@cakefacerj) began using her face as her blank canvas, the creative possibilities skyrocketed. 🎨 🚀 “I remember thinking, why not try something artistic that will grab attention?” she says. “I knew from then on that using makeup to create illusions was exactly what I wanted to do.”
Drawing inspiration from Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet, the 20-year-old makeup artist from Nottingham, England, has always enjoyed painting. She brings that same creativity and attention to detail to her makeup looks — even incorporating real objects. “I use different props like paintbrushes, water glasses, honey jars, whatever comes to mind that suits the look,” she says. “I love the 3D element in my illusions.”
Romanie-Jade uses only makeup, not face paint, to create her looks, showing that makeup can transcend into a work of art. “I use makeup so people can see that there’s a lot more use out of that eyeshadow palette you don’t use a lot,” she says.
Today on our story and IGTV channel, breakfast is served courtesy of Romanie-Jade’s makeup skills.
Photo by @cakefacerj


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