…you never go back. If anything, your affliction will get worse. No amount of therapy can shake this one. Official equation is: (Matte x Chevron) x Bronze Glitter = UNTREATABLE ‘MAZEBALLNESS.
*Warning Wearable Post* Well it’s actually Black, Matte, Glitter, Pattern and Precious Metal Hue – but I did nearly fail mathematics when I was a senior. I was also the most vocal about “when in the name of Hell will I ever use this non-sense?!” Poor naive youngling, fast-forward 5 years and I use equations on a daily basis in my line of work, Legit.
Despite being slightly bitter about my current position in my life vs. my mathmatic skills, fancy talons do help. I like to refer to them when frankly, I don’t give a Van-Damme or when I want to give that impression… it drives people cray-cray.
Also, if you’re known for having the attention
spam span of a juvenile hummingbird – it’s all good. I’m not being rude… it’s just how I am. You know, B!tch, glitter and all that.
Get this look, shimmer gunmetal grey for your thumb and pinky talons. Matte black for index and pointer finger, finish with a raised glossy chevron patterns – I had an upwards and a downward chevron with a continued line across both talons. Feature talon is a thick bronze glitter, topped with a fine holo-topcoat. Scho-Mush Shimmmeerrr!!!
These talons are as fun as finishing your mathematics homework, and if you’re one of the minorities that ENJOYS mathematics… it’s like you’ve just been given a crispy new text book and a juicy set of highlighters. Cute sick youngling, destroy!
So what you think, Darling?
Share your experiences with matte vs. glitter equations – did you figure out the proper algorithm? When in doubt, refer to the answer (here) and work your way backwards!