Start in plank position, top of a push up. Lower onto the forearms with the shoulders over the elbows. Engage through the core as you bring the right forearm parallel to the top of the mat. At the same time, start to roll over onto the outside of the right foot, bringing the hips to stack one right on top of the other. Keep pressing the forearm down and lifting through the top hip, as you reach the fingertips towards the ceiling. Flex both feet in towards the face and lift the top leg for a variation. Hold for 3 breaths and switch sides.
Standard Moves presented by PUMA.
Time for another installment of #Drugstory.
A story filled with beauty favorites that are never further than a few blocks away - and do minimal damage to your pocketbook.
1. OPI Euro Centrale Collection - love the metallic colors in this new OPI collection. So shiny! The yellow gold color above is called “Oy another nail polish joke”… Can’t help being loyal to OPI for their names. ($8.00)
2. NYX Wonder Pencil - it’s a concealer, it’s a brightener, it’s a liner, it’s one pencil. Need I say more? ($4.50)
3. ChapStick Moisturizer Hydration Lock - I am a lip balm junkie, I saw the vanilla/8-hour-moisture-lock label and couldn’t resist. Very happy to add this new tube to the repertoire. ($2.99)
4. Vaseline Spray & Go Moisturizer - at first I thought this was going to be really weird and too spray-suncreen-esque, but I tried it and completely understand the functionality of spray & go. It’s a nice light moisturizer and application takes about 10 seconds. Perfect. ($7.99)
5. AcneFree 2-in-1 Acne Wipes - yet another convenience fix. These wipes are all you need in a face washing bind when perhaps don’t have access to water or you misplaced your blemish potion. They cleanse and they treat. ($5.99)
Total cost of this drugstory basket: $29.47.
Products c/o the brand Image via Vintage Styles
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set still life on the Must Be The Honey production.
Shot for Cheerios. Set design by Adi Goodrich.
Meet Otter 501: http://youtu.be/x-3ECtObdH0
"Two-Spirit" animation, from start to finish. (Yes, I should have taken a lot more snapshots).
Henry Hargreaves was born and raised in Christchurch, New Zealand. After receiving a degree in film and American Studies from the University of Canterbury, he set off for South East Asia where a chance meeting with a photographer in Bangkok launched an unlikely and explosive life chapter. It wasn’t long before he recognized his own passion for photography. Extensive travel and full immersion in the fashion industry fueled this desire and 3 years and 50 countries later, Henry relocated to New York City. Looking to break from the nomadic life of modeling and seeking to cultivate his own artistic and entrepreneurial ambitions, he set up shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He has since established himself as a full time photographer known for fun, creative, provocative and memorable images. He has created a wide spectrum of work. What unites his work is his restless and curious mind, a fascination with the unusual or quirky, and a desire to see how photography can illuminate the world and spark conversation. Many thanks to from89 for this Curator’s Monday!