Just answered. Thank you!
Sorry this is so late, it was a Lumix but I can’t remember the model sorry. And thank you! I really appreciate it.
My Fuji film instax mini 8 was around 80-90 NZD and I bought it in Noel Leeming in Albany, and my Fuji instax 210 was 100+ USD from Urban Outfitters in San Francisco :)
I think it’s still up in an art display somewhere at school. I really need to find it actually. Why do you ask?
I have two Fuji Film polariods; an instax mini and an instax 210. Aah I know what you mean, but there are increasingly more and more polaroids available. I was holding out for a classic Polaroid polaroid but the Fuji ones were cheaper and the film more readily available, but hey maybe in the future.
Hi Immy :) I have three at the moment. An 18mm-135mm, a fixed 50mm, and a fixed 100mm. Thank you sweetheart, you too! There have been a number of cases where other people have been crediting themselves for my photos and publishing them to multiple sites without my consent or acknowledging me. It just got a little out of hand so I’ve been holding back from posting until I get photoshop sorted and can properly edit them and credit myself.x
I’m hoping to keep it relatively private. If you messaged me somehow I could give it to you.
Hey, I hope this isn’t too late! I would absolutely go ceramic. You barely notice them compared to metal braces. Before I got them put on I was a little worried that being clear they would stain easily and go yellowish but I talked to my orthodontist and she said that these wouldn’t, which has proven to be the case, with the exception for red wine. That tints them unfortunately haha. I promise you that you won’t regret getting clear, everyone that I have encouraged to do so agrees. The only slight hesitation is that if you need a lot of work done on your top teeth, metal braces are stronger and therefore a quicker process. It’s completely up to you, but I say ceramic. Good luck!xx
Sorry, I’m not really sure what you’re hoping for me to say.
Hey, thank you! It varies really, I have a silver eye pencil from Lancôme that I used to use a lot but I tend to go for a more subtle look now which is either a silvery gold pigment that comes in the form of a powder pot from mac, a light creamy gold coloured eyeshadow if I’m doing brown smoky eye, a pale shimmery lilac for navy smoky eye or just a blended dot of illuminator (all my illuminators are benefit). :)