After seeing the recent runway trend of white eyeliner in Marie Claire and Nylon, I decided to have a go at it.
And myself ...
I think if a white liquid eyeliner exists that would provide a more opaque line, the effect would be more dramatic. I just used a crappy Wet & Wild pencil, layered thickly.
Can I rock it? Maybe for a very special, funky occasion ... but as for everyday, the jury's still out.
The newly premiered Far East Movement music video for their single "So What?" features barely-clothed (and I do mean barely; one of the swimsuits is just short of some sort of S&M lingerie) models rubbing themselves with Pepto Bismol and dancing on a stove.
... Yeah, a stove.
What the FUCK are they trying to say here? That women should get naked and get their hot bare asses back into the kitchen? Because look, it's so much fun! Cooking is a fucking sexy party every day! Your job as a female is to be a hot ass and make me some toast (see video re:toast).
I used to dig FEM because 1) Asians making waves in pop culture is exciting, 2) "Like A G6" is catchy, and 3) "Rocketeer" is kind of sweet (short video).
I think the band is trying to appeal to not only the club/dance/hip hop music scene, which they definitely are with the naked chicks and the swagger, but to a KPop fan base as well. If you've looked at a T.O.P. video lately ("Turn It Up"), you'll notice Korea getting raunchier with their vids. Which of course I think is Korea trying to be more like America. Vicious fucking cycle.
Anyway, I'm not impressed, Far East Movement. More like offended.