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Hi! My name is Star Danica. I'd like to be called Star rather than Danica. Why? Because though they may have the same ethymology, well for me Danica is a common name while my name Star speaks for itself. Anyway, other people don't like my attitude because at times I can say hurtful words (note: I am not Willy Wonka, I do not sugar coat things), I may be bossy at times (Don't we all?), I sometimes go crazy and do uhm.. well.. you know.. stuffs.

I easily get tired of things, I do get bored a lot. Literally, a lot. I am in to dancing, singing, playing with my make-up, acting. Sometimes I think, my course doesn't match my course. By the way, I am a BS. Computer Science graduate and I am proud of it.

Things I hate, well as most of you guys do, I hate backstabbers, STRAWS(pun intended), well loads of stuffs. Things I love, well multiply the things I hate by infinity. I love lots and lots of things. I love making friends, I love smiling, I love chocolates. Follow me on twitter, that'll be twitter.com/pinkstardanica . Ciao guys. SMILE ALWAYS and GOD BLESS YOU ALL



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floweranger:

do you ever see your face from a different angle and have a mental breakdown

i hope i randomly get super hot in the next year or two and everyone is just like “oh shit”

makeuptips-:

Playing with makeup is great fun, there’s nothing like having a buffet full of eyeshadows, lipsticks, blushes and eyeliners that you can get creative with, but it’s important you also remember the more serious stuff like removing it all at the end of the day.

Why do you need to Remove your Makeup

Whether you choose to breakup your makeup with a cleansing oil or start the first step in your cleansing routine with a makeup wipe is up to you, but one things for sure: removing your makeup is an essential step that shouldn’t be ditched. Need convincing?

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"You kiss me with your mouth wide open like you’re not afraid of swallowing poison. I taste the good and bad in you and want them both. We call this bravery."
— Anita Ofokansi, Literary Sexts  (via unbloom)

absentions:

girls who can run in heels should be feared