This Weekend’s List is all about Instagram. Last Tuesday, Instagram released version 7.0 with a redesigned “Search and Explore” feature to help users discover new content in an easier fashion. But this feature is still only available to users in the U.S. (Boo!) As such, I’ve come up with a feature about some of my favorite Instagrammers. Maybe you’re already following them, but if you’re not (and if we share the same taste), you might want to check these guys out:
Josh Hara is a cartoonist that draws on the backs of his Starbucks coffee cups.
Matt Crump’s mininmalist, candy-colored feed is a source of pure, happy fun for me.
I think I found out about Homepolish from one of my Style At Home magazines. I find lots of inspiration for my own home projects from this feed.
I don’t know if I could do this for each of Carlo’s meals, but I think that I might be able to surprise him with my own version once in a while.
Insane. That’s the only word I can think of to describe what this professional make-up artist does on an eyelid.
“If you love a flower that lives on a star, it is sweet to look at the sky at night. All the stars are a-bloom with flowers...” ⭐️ ~ The Little Prince ~~~ MAIN PRODUCTS: Planet and sky: @morphebrushes 35U palette Underline: @concreteminerals Bulletproof + Infinity The prince, rose, Stars and underlashes : Tag watercolors + @kryolanofficial Watercolors. Contours: @physiciansformula eye booster eyeliner. Eyebrow: Morphe e/s from 35C palette Mascara: Younique mascara False lahses: @eylureofficial #110
I don’t know how I found Liv’s feed but that’s not important anyway. Her ground-coffee art is incredible. Plus, she’s Pinay! Yay!
I stumbled upon Olya’s feed because she’s a fellow memory keeper, a Project Life enthusiast like me. And I love this series she started tagged with #28days28paintings. So awesome and cute!
I’m not sure who is behind this account but I love, love, love all the pattern and color on the feed. It made me take note of the floors/ground/tiles whenever we’re out and about. And it reinforced my belief that there is beauty and art all around us… we’ve just forgotten to take note of it.
I just realized that I do not own a lot of Nike stuff. I have one cap and a jacket. That’s it. Hmmmm… (I stopped in the middle of writing this post and double-checked this fact. Because for someone who follows the brand, I couldn’t believe I that I didn’t own a lot of their things. But yes, I have just two Nike items in my entire closet. *shrugs*) Nevertheless, their feed is inspirational. Besides, my name is Treena, not Serena or Maria so I don’t have to endorse or wear their stuff. Hahaha.
I found Dallas Clayton because I was searching for books for Carlo on Amazon. When I googled him, I found his site and loved his message which, in a nutshell, is: be awesome, do good, find happiness, and share that happiness with others.