PRESSURE by CHASE AND STATUS FT. MAJOR LAZER
i like nakd bars but i find some of the flavours too sweet.. and they are kind of expensive in tesco here! you can make your own nakd bars by blending soaked dates and grounds nuts with various things (keep best in the fridge)
i downloaded tinder for lols; then i liked a cutie, found out we were a match, and from that point i was hooked……its just ego stroking to have this list of attractive people who also find you attractive. and it is nice to just go on dates with boys with absolutely no commitment or serious involvement, and i don’t go out to bars etc to meet guys so its perfect for the socially awkward gal (if only you could use emojis in real life, right?!). whilst there are a lot of guys on there who are going to try and get you to go home with them after the first date, and some who will introduce themselves by commenting on how they want to “test your deepthroat skills”, and some people who seem nice and then turn out to be weirdos in real life, it’s still quite entertaining. and there are some normal guys who are probably cringing a bit inside that they are on tinder too, but find you too cute to pass up the opportunity! i mean so what if its the internet - its 2014! i mean we’re the internet generation!
it IS amazing i cried when i got an offer. woo. i also got offers from kings college london, and universities of bristol, manchester and liverpool but london is my main love and UCL is MEGA. philosophy degree is awesome ! good choice!!
hey lady! well, the best (and maybe vaguest) tip i can give you is to WERK IT. own it! really a huge amount of it is how you carry yourself, and just good posture can make a difference there! standing tall and elongating your neck will make you instantly look elegant and feminine.
as for clothes - it depends a lot on your personal style. i like to wear fairly simple clothes because i kind of feel like less is more and a shaved head makes a huge statement on its own. just think about your silhouette; emphasising your neck and shoulders is a good way to keep looking feminine; werk that decolletage! little touches like a delicate necklace, a bra or nipple glimpsed through a shirt or f-a-bulous nails are little flashes of femininity that work with androgynous clothes. most importantly i think is to not look like you are overcompensating for your lack of hair. hair is only an indicator of femininity through social conditioning and you dont need to “make up” for being bald, really.
makeup is, i think, the key. i look like a fairly ugly 12 yr old boy without makeup! practice practice practice! perfect your eyebrow game, because that gives structure and stops you having a moonface to go with your bald head - and learn to contour. its really easy and there are lot of tutorials on the internet about it - i learnt a lot from watching pixi2woo’s videos on youtube! a nice bronzer or shimmery highlighter will brighten up your whole face as well. AND REMEMBER - EYES OR LIPS. NEVER BOTH. EVER. choose one and emphasise it; keep the rest of your makeup subtle. too much will make you look like a drag queen who’s lost their wig!
personally i feel like anywhere with a dress code isnt worth going to (unless its “no football shirts”)… if sankeys had a dress code it’d probably just be to be full of bad quality MDMA and sweating your tits off. it really doesn’t matter what you wear. i haven’t been out in manchester since last summer so idk whats going on there any more to be honest… find a manc student on tumblr and ask them - the student nightlife in manchester is pretty wild!
(maybe some lovely manc students can like this ask or reply with some suggestions as im useless)