Alla Nightingale

Alla Nightingale

Alla Nightingale
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Your designs can spark a whole range of emotions in people. Color theory unlocks the secrets of how to use hues to inspire joy, sadness, and even hunger.

Your designs can spark a whole range of emotions in people. Color theory unlocks the secrets of how to use hues to inspire joy, sadness, and even hunger.

The Subtle Roman, bathroom

The Subtle Roman, bathroom

Um blog sobre coisas lindas e bem mulherzinha.

Um blog sobre coisas lindas e bem mulherzinha.

Principal inspiração ❤️

Principal inspiração ❤️

日本の伝統色465色の色名と16進数 ~ The Table of Traditional Japanese Colors

日本の伝統色465色の色名と16進数 ~ The Table of Traditional Japanese Colors

A funny thing happened when we checked in with L.A.'s top hairstylists for their 2017 trend predictions: Everyone was on the same page, listing almost exactly the same three styles — the mid-length chop, bangs of all varieties, and blunt-yet-textured ends. But don't assume we'll all end up

A funny thing happened when we checked in with L.A.'s top hairstylists for their 2017 trend predictions: Everyone was on the same page, listing almost exactly the same three styles — the mid-length chop, bangs of all varieties, and blunt-yet-textured ends. But don't assume we'll all end up

Inspiration

Inspiration

Pantry Organization - this is perfect, well it needs labels and the expiry dates.

Pantry Organization - this is perfect, well it needs labels and the expiry dates.

Simple heel raises to help strengthen your feet and the muscles around your ankles. 1. Place the balls of your feet (with toes pointing straight) on a wood block, step or large book. 2. Allow your heels to slowly drop down and maintain this position for five seconds. 3. Raise your heels as high as you can and maintain this position for three seconds. Repeat, only with the toes pointed inward toward each other, then with the toes pointed outward and away from each other. #Foothealth

Simple heel raises to help strengthen your feet and the muscles around your ankles. 1. Place the balls of your feet (with toes pointing straight) on a wood block, step or large book. 2. Allow your heels to slowly drop down and maintain this position for five seconds. 3. Raise your heels as high as you can and maintain this position for three seconds. Repeat, only with the toes pointed inward toward each other, then with the toes pointed outward and away from each other. #Foothealth