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Photo by @laura_makeupWhether it’s a hairstyle or a new palette, beauty vlogger Laura Sanchez (@laura_makeup ) isn’t afraid to experiment with color. “I love that you can express different emotions through different colors,” says the 25-year-old from Colombia, who now lives in Los Angeles. “At the end of the day, makeup comes off. And it doesn’t hurt trying new things. You might just like it.”Watch Laura apply a new look. Her tutorial is on our Instagram story right now.
On our story: yo-yo champion Thawhir Iqbal (@thawhir ) — and his friends Ian (@iansorandom ) and Marcus (@marcusk0h ) — show off their skills in Singapore.“Apart from winning competitions, the best part of yo-yoing is to be able to make friends and connections with other people who share the same passion as me worldwide,” says 19-year-old Thawhir, who is a six-time Singapore national champion. “I do love to share my passion to non-yo-yo players whenever they ask about it. It makes me happy when I see the amazement on their faces when I showcase to them what modern yo-yoing looks like.”
#boomerangby @chu_morrWe’re jumping for joy with today’s #boomerangoftheweek . Teresa Argudo (@chu_morr ) captured this lovely leap of her daughter’s new rhythmic gymnastics team. “After three months training together, this #boomerangwas made after her first participation in a local festival.”Add #boomerangoftheweekto your next Boomerang. It might show up here on @instagram.
Featured photo by @natchitwoodWeekend Hashtag Project: #whpthankfulThis weekend, the goal is to take photos and videos of the people, places and things you are most grateful for in your everyday life, as in this featured photo by Natalie Chitwood (@natchitwood ). Here are some tips to get you started:Make portraits of the people that matter to you most — from a best friend to a mentor, a coach or a parent. Furry companions count, too!How do you express your thankfulness through action? Capture the ways you show that you’re grateful to those around you, like baking cookies for family or volunteering time to help your community.Use your captions to give meaning and context to your photos and videos. Well-chosen words can make a photograph even more powerful.PROJECT RULES: Please add the #whpthankfulhashtag only to photos and videos taken over this weekend and only submit your own visuals to the project. If you include music in your video submissions, please only use music to which you own the rights. Any tagged photo or video taken over the weekend is eligible to be featured next week.
It wasn’t an easy decision for Colombian singer Juan Luis Londoño, better known as Maluma (@maluma ), to give up soccer as a teenager in order to pursue music. But last night as he performed at the Latin Grammys (@latingrammys ) in Las Vegas, where he was nominated for multiple awards, the choice felt increasingly right. “It is an honor,” says Maluma. “Having those multiple nominations makes me reflect on what a great year 2017 has been, and how far I’ve come.”From the dressing room to the stage, spend the evening at the Latin Grammys with Maluma — all on our Instagram story.
Video by @_pizzicato_Hello, world! Meet today’s #weeklyfluff : Buona (@_pizzicato_ ), an exotic shorthair cat from Japan. This 2-year old fierce feline is equal parts sulky and sweet. She’s known to turn up her tail to treats if she’s not in the mood, but also loves making little sounds and curling up close to get your attention.Watch today’s story to see learn more about Buona’s world — not to mention, her chic style.
Photo of @juliomorel94and @scarguemezby @omarzroblesWhen photographer Omar Robles (@omarzrobles ) thinks of Latin American culture, “solidarity” is the word that comes to mind. “We generally seek each other and try to help each other as much as we can,” says the New York City-based photographer, who is originally from Puerto Rico. Before he worked as a photographer, Omar studied mime in Europe under French actor Marcel Marceau. “You can create stories in photography without using words,” Omar notes, of the connection between his past and present pursuits.These days, he’s busy bringing visibility to another group of artists: ballet dancers. “Whenever people think of ballet and dance in general, hardly anyone thinks about Latin America. What’s interesting is that many of the major companies in the world have actually had principal dancers that are from Latin American countries. There is a strong tradition and there is a lot of talent,” he says.For a closer look at Omar’s dance photography series, check out our Instagram story.