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Make Up Tips For Eyebrows
- (eyebrow) the arch of hair above each eye
- The eyebrow is an area of thick, delicate hairs above the eye that follows the shape of the lower margin of the brow ridges of some mammals. Their main function is to protect the eye, but they are also important to human communication and facial expression.
- The strip of hair growing on the ridge above a person's eye socket
- The Eyebrows advert is a British advertising campaign launched by Cadbury plc in 2009 to promote their Dairy Milk-brand chocolate.
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- The composition or constitution of something
- constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
- Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services
- Predict as likely to win or achieve something
- (tip) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed
- (tip) gratuity: a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)
- (tip) cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"
make up tips for eyebrows - Eyebrowz Eyebrow
Eyebrowz Eyebrow Stencil Holder
This elasticized stencil holder was developed to securely hold our eyebrow stencils in position. It is not a necessary item, but it helps to keep your hands free to apply the brow powder or trace the stencil line and it helps people who have trouble keeping both hands up for a longer period of time. Simply stretch the band around your head so that it runs across your forehead just above the eyebrow area. Then slip the eyebrow stencil underneath for a secure fit. Note: you will still likely have to use a few fingers of one hand for final stencil positioning.
Breakfast with The Mole
Iron Fist wanted to put an end to the fued that he'd felt I'd started. He knew how to play 'the game.' Shit... he'd probably tell you that he owned 'the game' or that he invented it. That wouldn't be an entirely inaccurate statement either. The guy was smart and he didn't just have an iron fist, he had the brass tacks too. I really hadda give him credit. Sometimes I even admired him. He called The Mole up one day outta the blue and told him to meet him at his favorite breakfast joint... The Counry Home... the one where NPR interviewed him when he announced his retirement. Before he installed his idiot son as the new CEO of the 'family business.' That's how he ran the place. Like a business. He told all the reporters that. He was proud of it. And even though Iron Fist had been runnin' the place for thirty-eight years... without ever having gotten a single 'no' vote from the trustees... Iron Fist knew it was time to call it quits. The problem was that there were secrets to be kept. Lots of 'em. Secrets that could get a guy thrown in prison for a long time. It wasn't like Iron Fist coudda just walked away from it all. He'd have been indicted as soon as the next regime had a chance to look at all of the paperwork. So Iron Fist retired with a year left of his term and he put his kid in his place. It was classic 'Southside of Chicago politics.' When NPR interviewed him over breakfast the reporter asked some of the locals how they felt about his plan to make his kid the next mayor. The concensus was that as long as the tax rebates Iron Fist was famous for kept coming everybody was cool with it. Nobody wanted to say anything that'd rock 'the money boat.' Those tax rebates were the source of most of his political power and the thing that made him legend. That and the really cheap water they sold the residents. Water that Iron Fist boasted on more than one occasion was 'good to taste but not to waste.' In the village newsletter in June of 2001... when he knew damn well that the people of Deadwood were drinking his death water, right next to a smiling picture of himself, Iron Fist wrote "we can save you a lot of time by saying that Deadwood water has passed all the tests prescribed by the EPA during the past year...the results were very favorable, and we have safe drinking water.” He lied through his teeth and nothin's ever gonna happen to him because of it. Because obviously, Americans, at least the one's in Illinois and particularly in Deadwood... they don't have a problem with their politicians lying and poisoning babies. But when the Chinese sold contaminated milk we sure judged them for it. At least the Chinese executed the assholes that killed those babies. All of the trustees in Deadwood went along with Iron Fist's plan to make his son mayor... just like they always did. They were just a bunch of 'rubber stamps.' Iron Fist always got his way. Always. The Kid would be the 'keeper of the secrets' now. He'd been in power for a few months now and I don't think he really even wanted the job. But the secrets had to be kept and Iron Fist insisted that The Kid was the man to make sure of it. The Kid had some big shoes to fill. I don't think he ever had a chance. You gotta earn respect... you can't 'inherit' it. It just don't work that way. The Kid was only mayor for a short time before I blew into town... and began blowing the town up around him. Hey... I didn't start this shit. Not by a long shot. They fucked with my family... my wife and my kids. All I wanted was for them to do the right thing... to drop the charges and to apologize to my family. That's all I ever asked for. My attorney hated when I'd say that... he reminded me often 'I don't work for apologies.' I reached out to another mayor that I knew and asked him for advice. He told me he woudda brought me into his office... along with the cops that arrested my wife and abandoned my kids... he'd have shut the door and dressed down those cops somethin' fierce right in front of me. But then just like Iron Fist, he'd earned the position... unlike The Kid who was just given the office. The Kid was an idiot... he couldn't see the writing in the wall even if it was writ large. The Old Man... he knew better. Politically he had this 'extra sensory perception.' He knew that 'the problem' wasn't gonna go away. The story was in newspapers in Africa for godssake. The BBC was callin'. It was time for Iron Fist to cool things off and put on the 'velvet gloves.' He knew I was fishin' around town about the water... the 'dirty little secret' that he wanted to keep hidden the most... the one that could put him away for the rest of his life. Iron Fist mighta been a 'simple guy' but he was too rich to spend his last days in federal prison. He had a lot of money to spend and his days on earth were numbered. Nobody doubted that he had the dough to buy his way outta anything. Even a federal indictment. Iron Fist
Mallard Duck Female & Duckling
The Mallard ( /?m?l.??rd/ or /?m?l.?rd/), or wild duck (Anas platyrhynchos), is a dabbling duck which breeds throughout the temperate and subtropical Americas, Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and has been introduced to New Zealand and Australia. The male birds have a bright green or blue head, while the female's is light brown. The Mallard lives in wetlands, eats water plants, and is gregarious. It is also migratory. The Mallard is the ancestor of all domestic ducks, and can interbreed with other species of genus Anas. However, a potentially terminal side effect of this vast interbreeding capability is gradual genetic dilution, which is causing rarer species of ducks to become at risk for extinction. The Mallard is 56–65 centimetres (22–26 in) long (of which the body makes up around two-thirds), has a wingspan of 81–98 centimetres (32–39 in), and weighs 0.9–1.2 kilograms (32–42 oz). The breeding male is unmistakable, with a bright bottle-green head, black rear end and a yellowish orange (can also contain some red) bill tipped with black (as opposed to the black/orange bill in females). It has a white collar which demarcates the head from the purple-tinged brown breast, grey brown wings, and a pale grey belly. The dark tail has white borders. The female Mallard is a mottled light brown, like most female dabbling ducks, and has buff cheeks, eyebrow, throat and neck with a darker crown and eye-stripe. However, both the female and male Mallards have distinct purple speculum edged with white, prominent in flight or at rest (though temporarily shed during the annual summer moult). Upon hatching, the plumage coloring of the duckling is yellow on the underside and face (with streaks by the eyes) and black on the backside (with some yellow spots) all the way to the top and back of the head. Its legs and bill are also black. As it nears a month in age, the duckling's plumage becomes drab, looking more like the female (though its plumage is more streaked). Two months after hatching, the fledgling period has ended and the duckling is now a juvenile. Its bill and legs will lose their dark gray coloring and it wings will begin to grow and develop flight feathers. Its sex can finally be distinguished by three factors: Bill coloring: Yellow for males, Black and orange for females Breast Feathers: Reddish-brown for males, Brown for females Tail feathers: Curled for males, Straight for females During the final period of maturity leading up to adulthood (6–10 months of age), the plumage of female juveniles remains the same while the plumage of male juveniles slowly changes to its recognizable colors. This plumage change also applies to adult Mallard males when they transition in and out of their non-breeding (eclipse) plumage at the beginning and the end of the summer molting period. The average life expectancy of the Mallard is 20 years. Several species of duck have brown-plumaged females which can be confused with the female Mallard. The female Gadwall (A. strepera) has an orange-lined bill, white belly, black and white speculum which is seen as a white square on the wings in flight, and is a smaller bird. In captivity, domestic ducks come in wild-type plumages, white, and other colours. Most of these colour variants are also known in domestic Mallards not bred as livestock, but kept as pets, aviary birds, etc., where they are rare but increasing in availability. A noisy species, the male has a nasal call, and a high-pitched whistle, while the female has a deeper "quack" stereotypically associated with ducks. The Mallard is a rare example of both Allen's Rule and Bergmann's Rule in birds. Bergmann's Rule, which states that polar forms tend to be larger than related ones from warmer climates, has numerous examples in birds. Allen's Rule says that appendages like ears tend to be smaller in polar forms to minimize heat loss, and larger in tropical and desert equivalents to facilitate heat diffusion, and that the polar taxa are stockier overall. Examples of this rule in birds are rare, as they lack external ears. However, the bill of ducks is very well supplied with blood vessels and is vulnerable to cold. Due to the malleability of the Mallard's genetic code, which gives it its vast interbreeding capability, mutations in the genes that decide plumage color are very common and have resulted in a wide variety of hybrids such as Brewer's duck (Mallard x Gadwall, Anas strepera). Mallards usually form pairs (in October and November) only until the female lays eggs at the start of nesting season which is around the beginning of spring (early March to late May), at which time she is left by the male who will join up with other males to await the molting period which begins in June. During the brief time before this, however, the males are still sexually potent and some of them will either remain with the female on standby to sire replacement clutches (for female Mallards that have lost or abandoned their p