So get this... back in the French Revolution there was many things that held a lot of symbolism.
1) Faces would be painted white to symbolise the decay in society
2) Red ribbons would be worn around the neck to pay the respects to those killed by the guillotine
3) Beauty spots were worn on the face, the placement of which would be to give out a subtle message.
Beauty spots were called Mouches - which the literal translation is "fly" - as they looked like flies from a distance. And the placement of them and even the size and colour would mean something.
Now being a person who loves beauty spots, I was shocked to find this out and of course future vectors will have some significance in where the "mouche" is placed.
A mouche places near the eye symbolises you are a flirt or in a flirtatious mood and you are in a passionate mood.
It took me over an hour to find out what the placements meant tonight, still have not found out the significance of colour and shape though.
Stock from =TwiggXstock
Hair, reference free (woot so proud I have done it all myself
Butterflies, sadly reference free, I'm unsure how to improve them, although I am happy they blend into the background.
And of course 100% vector baby!
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