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    colorful
  • colored: having color or a certain color; sometimes used in combination; "colored crepe paper"; "the film was in color"; "amber-colored heads of grain"
  • (colors) a flag that shows its nationality
  • Full of interest; lively and exciting
  • (of a person's life or background) Involving variously disreputable activities
  • having striking color; "colorful autumn leaves"
  • Having much or varied color; bright
    makeup
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • 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"
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
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  • (tip) gratuity: a relatively small amount of money given for services rendered (as by a waiter)
  • Predict as likely to win or achieve something
  • Give (someone) a sum of money as a way of rewarding them for their services
  • (tip) the extreme end of something; especially something pointed
  • (tip) cause to tilt; "tip the screen upward"
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Colorful
Colorful
With hotties on subways, perverted cabbies, panty-obsessed video geeks, sexy mall babes, and the furry phenomenon, Colorful! takes aim at the randy idiocy of the human male with over 50 vignettes of weird, twisted and perverted humor.

The 16 miniepisodes (seven minutes apiece) in this TV series aired on the Wonderful anthology in 1999. Based on a manga by Tarajiro Kishi, the vignettes have a single theme: teenage boys and grown men making idiots of themselves to stare up girls' skirts and down their blouses. The results of all this voyeurism is a veritable epidemic of nosebleeds--a Japanese symbol of arousal. The participants in this parade of repressed hormones make Bill and Ted look like intellectuals. Director Ryutaro Nakamura uses constantly shifting graphic styles, processed live action, cut-outs, drawn animation, and computer graphics to infuse some variation and visual interest into the repetitive material, but it's a losing battle. Colorful isn't gross enough to be offensive, it's merely sophomoric and silly. (Rated 17 and older: nudity, sexual humor, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon

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BNTM Cycle 1 - Judging: 2ND THEME (Prototypes)
BNTM Cycle 1 - Judging: 2ND THEME (Prototypes)
Welcome back ladies! You all survived the intense judging from the previous theme. Congratulations! Now it is on to judging your second theme where you had to pose as a unique prototype. Let’s take a look at how you did. *NOTE: I don’t mean to sound harsh but I really do want to help you improve on your photos by saying what needs to be fixed* RENA: You chose “Shopaholic” for your prototype. This is a huge improvement from the last theme! The outfit fits perfectly with your doll line and the accessories match beautifully! The hair and makeup look so much better! Great job! NONA: You chose “Bohemianz” for your prototype. This is a great shot! It looks beautiful and natural. This looks like a legitimate poster! The only negative thing about this picture is the mosaic blur in the top-left corner. It ruins the dream-glow effect on the photo. If you were trying to edit something out, then you should’ve edited a patch of grass over the item so that it would have the same effect. SABRINA: You chose “Modeling H2T” for your prototype. It isn’t really an original idea or an idea that would be a prototype. It is a saying that Tyra Banks came up with. There really isn’t anything special about this photo. I also saw that you turned in a photo edited by someone else as an option. Don’t ever do that because it’s taking credit for someone else’s work. I do like how you are editing out the joints. It looks good so keep practicing that. ASHLEY: You chose “Bratzz Princess” for your prototype. There has already been a princess line released by Bratz so I think that you could have been more original. If you wanted to make it realistic, then you should have removed the sticker that says “10th anniversary” because that is from a different line. The accessories are overpowering Ashley. There really is not anything special about this photo. Again, you chose a darker skinned body, which looks very strange. Also, you could have done something more with the outfit if you were going for a princess look. HAZEL: You chose “Angel without Wings” for your prototype. This picture looks beautiful! I love how soft her pose is and how the flower petals are strategically placed! Her hair looks great and I love how you made her toes point. However, the dress would look great for a high fashion shot but this is for a prototype so you would want it to appeal to young girls and boys (who would be the ones buying the doll). I don’t think they would want to buy a doll wearing a ripped cloth. Just be more cautious of every part of the theme. WINTER: You chose “Badass” for your prototype. First of all, no parent would want their child to own a doll from a badass line. It isn’t an appropriate title. That being said, her hair is not styled greatly. A ponytail on the very tip of her head looks awkward and it is covering her eye so it doesn’t really sell your product. Also, her right arm is not showing because her hair is completely covering it, so it looks as if Winter has only one arm. Be more aware of your angles because this upward angle is not doing Winter any justice. I don’t seeany badass in this photo. BAILEA: You chose “Colorful Cuties” for your prototype. This is very creative and it looks very realistic! You made a product that would be very appealing to girls and boys anywhere! I really like how you made the box match the doll. The pose is cute and the colors are great! LAUREN: You chose “Sweet Heart Ball” for your prototype. Words can’t even describe how amazing this photo is… I am running through my head trying to find where to begin to judge this photo but I am left completely speechless. I’ll start with the box first. This looks 100% real! The font, the text, the signs, the backboard, the cartoon (and how it matches Lauren)… It looks so amazing and I can tell you worked very hard! Next, the hair. The curls are flawless!!!! On to the dress. It is fantastic! It fits perfectly and it is so beautiful!!!! The second dress is a great idea and the sparkles look great! All of the accessories match up beautifully!!!!!! Even the plain white background makes this look real! AMAZING!!!!! Girls, this is your competition right here! IRENE: This is a great photo! I could definitely see this as a poster! I love how graceful Irene appears and the text is great! The snow-like glitter is a great effect! SASHA: You chose “Moroccan Holiday” for your prototype. The clothes are absolutely stunning! I would buy every piece in this photo! That being said, I’ve noticed that most of your photos include other models. You don’t need more than one model all the time because in this photo, the light hits Aubrey at a great angle so she stands out the most whereas Sasha’s skin is blending into the background. Aubrey is shining in this photo. Also, I know that you are talented with makeup but Sasha’s eyes look dead. You should add more liner to the bottom of her eyes to give them some life and excitement. As for the promotional part of this photo, these clothes w
CLIQUE: Cassie's Bedroom
CLIQUE: Cassie's Bedroom
SNEAK PREVIEW OF THE CLIQUE*: *Nothing to do with The Clique; Lisi Harrison. Coincidental name. (NOTE: This isn't an actual page in the story, it's a feel of the storys "vibe.") ****************************************** "Oh. My. Gosh. IT'S STEVEN! AHHHH!" I heard Ashlynn shreak from my bedroom. I rushed in, hair still wet-and dripping- in my towel. "What?" I asked. But I knew, as I looked at the three sixteen-year-olds drooling, and looking at my LCD. "Oh. Has Adrenaline got a new CD out?" I asked, and I started drying my hair with a towel. "No... That would be impossible, Knot came out last Thursday." Laura pointed out. "He's touring right now!" she squealed. "And Adrenaline's Managing company is giving away four tickets and back-stage passes to the winners of a competition." "Oh my gosh, thats so AWESOME!" then everyone started squealing. The TV presenter started talking. "For the competition details please go to Adrenaline-Fan-Club.com/Competitions/Entry to enter! Competition closes in 27 days!" We turned the TV off. **************************** Later That Day **************************** "What are you wearing to the concert?" asked Ashlynn. "I was thinking my new Ralph Lauren mini white-with-purple-polka-dots dress, with my new sparkly purple belt, purple shoes and my white hat." I replied, and then smiled. "Cool," she said but she sounded bored. **************************** Check out LAURA's room for tips and tricks for writing a CLIQUE book, ASHLYNN's room for secrets about the characters and story, and MISTY's for Character Profiles!!! CC from MODTHESIMS2 and STUFFPACKS!!!!!

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