On April 26,a year-old named Antonio Garza sat in front of her mirror in her bedroom in Austin, Tex. Throughout, she flicked across her face dozens of makeup brushes and powders, creating cut-creases on her eyelids and contours on her cheekbones and nose, then applying fake eyelashes fluffy as kittens. Forty-five minutes later, tender, glittering and shellacked in cosmetics, she was ready for school. This article is part of a special issue of The New York Times Magazine about the future of the internet.
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Your teenager's bedroom may be among the hardest rooms in the house to design. It needs to spotlight their personal style and interests while still fitting in with the rest of the house. You want to make sure it grows with them through the precious years left they have at home—and you want to avoid any nuclear meltdowns when they demand something like black walls. Avoid any potential arguments by checking out these inspiration photos together.
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