VII. The Chariot
It represents a battle that can be won if the Querent has the willpower for it. The battle is usually an external one, with a clear goal and plan of action. Qualities needed to win the battle include self-reliance, righteousness, conviction and plain hard work. The steeds represent powerful forces, internal or external, that can be controlled to achieve the goal.
The chariot is one of the most complex cards to define. On its most basic level, it implies war, a struggle, and an eventual, hard-won victory; either over enemies, obstacles, nature, the beasts inside you, or to just get what you want. But there is a great deal more to it. (from Wikipedia)
Here’s another Hannibal tarot card! I chose to draw Freddie Lounds in it, because the Chariot often symbolizes conviction, willpower, energy, bravery (Freddie’s main qualities) but also self-assertion, egocentrism and impulsivity. As usual, I put some iconic symbols of the original tarot card in my version… Can you spot them all?
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Glam Red Lips Look with MAC Maleficent Products
If you’re on Dayre, you might have seen me mention how lucky I was to get one of the impossible-to-find Maleficent quads from MAC last week.
Along with the package came True Love’s Kiss lipstick and a few other items including Kelly Yum Yum.
There were some requests for a tutorial using the palette, so I decided to just go all-out with a smoky eye and red lip, since I haven’t done that for awhile. Because it’s quite a heavy look, with matte smoky shades, liquid liner, false lashes, and deep crimson lips, I felt it was necessary to balance it out with very soft glowy cheeks and dewy, glowy skin.
See below for details!
- Base: Shiseido Sheer and Perfect Foundation - this is still one of the lightest textures balanced with fantastic flaw-disguising coverage; I hardly need much concealer after using this
- Concealer: Benefit Fake Up Concealer under eyes and lightly on dark marks
- Powder: NONE!
- Brows: Shu Uemura Hard Formula 9 in Seal Brown, and MAC Brow Set in Girl Boy
- Eyeshadows: MAC Maleficent Quad (Cement, Carbon, Ground Brown, and Goldmine)
- Black liquid liner: Dior Addict It-Liner in Black
- Wispy Lashes: Ardell 122s
- Glowy warm pink blush: The Balm Cindy Lou-Manizer (I am TOTALLY in love with this peach-pink glow right now)
- Deep red lipstick: MAC True Love’s Kiss (close to a creamy Russian Red)
Do you think she’s gonna go along the route of Clarice Starling? (x)
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im sorry but i just do not understand this logic
bi people MUST be okay with other people calling us gay or we’re ~homophobic~, but we’re not allowed to call OURSELVES gay because “it’s a slur” and it’s “not your identity to claim!!!”
you actually just don’t want bi people to have ANYTHING do you??? this is just more exclusionary bullshit meant to tear down our identities and push us out of mogai safe spaces just like non bi people have been doing to us for decades already.