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  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • 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"
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • 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"
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  • (GRAS) Generally recognized as safe (GRAS) is an American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) designation that a chemical or substance added to food is considered safe by experts, and so is exempted from the usual Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA) food additive tolerance requirements.
  • Gras is a commune in the Ardeche department in southern France.
  • (GRAS) Generally Recognized as Safe.
gra make up - Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras Stack Cream Make-Up
Mardi Gras Stack Cream Make-Up
This Mardi Gras Stack Cream Make-Up contains high-coverage cream makeup in stackable, reusable containers. This cream-based makeup stack gives you the perfect color combinations to create great designs for Mardi Gras festivities or for fun face painting events. Includes: Hot Pink, Green, Purple Passion, and Gold Cream Make-Up. With this Mardi Gras Stack Cream Makeup, you can create a unique Mardi Gras mask that fits your colorful personality that is sure to have all eyes on you at any Masquerade party or Mardi Gras celebration. Directions To apply Cinema Secrets Cream Makeup, press a Cinema Secrets White Makeup Sponge into the makeup, lifting it onto the sponge. Apply the makeup to the skin using a light dragging or streaking motion. Upon completion of the desired character you should set the makeup using a Cinema Secrets Powder Puff and a small amount of Cinema Secrets Colorless Powder. Sprinkle a small amount of Colorless Powder onto the puff, fold the puff in half, and rub the powder in. Press, do not smudge, the puff into the makeup, covering all areas. To remove the powdery look, use a clean damp powder brush or tissue and lightly brush over or blot, removing the excess powder. For an opaque or solid look, apply a second layer of makeup using a patting or stippling motion. When applying makeup to several people, we recommend scooping out a small portion of makeup and placing it on a clean palette, or flat surface. This allows for a much more sanitary makeup environment. Doing makeup on areas like the neck and hands can give a completed finished look to your character. Removal Using your fingers, a Cinema Secrets White Makeup Sponge or Powder Puff, work a small amount of Cinema Secrets Makeup & Adhesive Remover into the makeup, rubbing lightly in a circular motion. Once the makeup starts to come off, wipe with a tissue or paper towel. Repeat until clean.

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The best ever. LOLOLOLOLOLOL
[06:09] Saa'tiel Tidecrest (edna.forsythe): ((LOL I asked her the same thing)) [06:10] в??тѕ (boots.hollow) is Online [06:10] Gabby Perdide: ((heh :P)) [06:10] Isha Maus (isha.fireguard): "Tairus!" she shouted back, grabbing her tail behind her and turning sideways towards the humans, waving it at them. "Tairus! Yu no tairus! go wai!" [06:10] James 'Brynn' Ward (guiseppi.zehetbauer) is Offline [06:13] Tribal Empress Nene (pixel.tyran) keeps her eyes strictly on the talking human, suspicious of his supposedly innocent behaviour. She yells up to Isha "Kah're tad!" While a couple more pebbles make their way up to the humnans, eventually hitting them lightly on the head. Her eyes wander down to the mermaid to check on her actions. [06:14] ??т у??я т?у ? (strawberrie.wonder) is Online [06:15] Saa'tiel Tidecrest (edna.forsythe) was busy dodging falling pebbles like some 80s arcade game. Alien invader? You got the idea. Anyway she would try to swim back abit and it was there she caught sight of the human woman. Immediately she hurled a throwing knife in her direction as she hummed a siren song, hoping to distract their minds for just a brief second.. she might end up distracting everyone too. [06:17] Tribal Empress Nene (pixel.tyran) tries to draw her mind together as she enchanting song of the mer floats about the woods. She flutters her wings in an aggravated manner, those voices reminding her of the past too much, she attempts to turn and run back up isha up there, feeling her limbs moving like in slow motion. [06:17] Arlin Shuffle is Online [06:18] Gabby Perdide thank god he was wearing a damned helmet as the pebble that soared through it's trajectory seemingly just scraped past the edge of his would be, unprotected, temple and with a clunk, fell to it's static demise. Just when he thought the salvo of sudden death was over, a damned mermaid would begin her fatal display of fatal screeching, a melody or whatever that would scar his ears with the most unnerving cry he would have ever, ever heard. "FUUUUUUCKING HELL" he'd bellow as his masked faced contorted in to /77061461 shades of agony and pain, writhing in his little corner, helpless and completely baffled, what the fuck was this, racism or some shit, what the hell are Tairus? GOD DAMN IT WHERE THE HELL WAS HE [06:18] Jizzy (jazzy.fhang) took loud clunky steps through the soft grass, sinking into the moist soil with each heavy step. She narrowed her eyes to Markus as he went before her. She hated being behind him, which he so frequently made her do, probably only because it made Vanielle so iriated. "Oi, what ya blaberin about?" She shouted it nearly watching him crouch, so she whispered back. "Oh right.." she moved to the edge and would peer down too, looking to the creatures below, trying to hear the conversation. She turned, pointing, nodding as she spoted the mer in the stream. "Aye, Lookie tharr Markus!" she grinned, but would do nothing to her notion. She was bored, and her and her little friend would keep calm for now until she had to attempt a dodge of a throwing knife as it pummled right into her hand, "WHAT THE?" She fell back onto her rear going out of place for the mer to see her, she had not even noticed the rat thing. "MARKUS, MARKUS!" she whined a little as crimson droplets poured from her hand. "That shit threw a knife at [06:18] Jizzy (jazzy.fhang): me!" She was flaring her arms around as she sat on the green grass. [06:19] Saa'tiel Tidecrest (edna.forsythe): ** Holy crap PIxel that's alot of lag and stop dropping on me)) [06:19] Isha Maus (isha.fireguard): (( its a rocket bird o.o )) [06:19] Gabby Perdide: ((8 shades*)) [06:19] Tribal Empress Nene (pixel.tyran): ((lag =-=)) [06:20] Saa'tiel Tidecrest (edna.forsythe): ((Lol this is hilarious)) [06:23] Gabby Perdide "Vanielle, WHERE ARE WE?!??!?!" he'd yell out to her as he dug his nails into the humid soil , crawling back with his body sprawled out upon the surface, scampering in retreat as the creatures with some sort of racial dogma advanced, he gasped for air as the nerve wracking tune the mermaid had so elegantly performed, reaped at his sanity, "FUCK, I WANT MY MOMMY" [06:24] Isha Maus (isha.fireguard) was about to do a tigermaus(TM) roar in order to exert some authority, but the humming suddenly snuck up on her and slipped into her rather large ears. She was still in a battle stance, but her eyes were slightly glazed over. Luckily it was only a hum and with her usual methods of snapping out of thought trances, she came back to reality to see both humans flailing about like panicked headless chickens in a hailstorm... what luck... Taking a deep breath, she took a moment to focus before letting out a roar that would shred panties and other lesser garments. as for the Matriarchs slo mo action... it was prolly lag... but anyway, her roar should be
Nine Inch Will Please a Lady
Nine Inch Will Please a Lady
Nine Inch Will Please a Lady Feb 16 2008 Jasmine Porter’s Birthday. I enjoy The Tallis Scholars, so I picked up their performance of William Byrd’s The Great Service, directed by Peter Philips (Gimell CDGIM 011 1987), and I find that sacred music sung in English is actually less attractive than the Latin, exactly because I can’t understand the Latin. In the unlikely event that I am ever confronted by the angels, I really don’t expect to be able to comprehend what they’re on about. The sleeve notes observe that Byrd’s music “obeys the Protestant ideal that the words should be set clearly and not be lost in a cloud of abstract beauty.” I suppose that it’s exactly that “cloud of abstract beauty” that I’m looking for in sacred choral music, so until I can get my hands on more works by the Tallis Scholars, I’ll stick with their performance of Allegri’s Miserere, one of my “all-time” favourite albums. The Baltimore Consort’s Watkins Ale: Music of the English Renaissance (Dorian DOR-90142) is chiefly interesting to me for its inclusion of a song by Thomas Ravenscroft from 1611. Ravenscroft was an early collector of English folksongs and rounds, and as my interest in him is developing I’ve been pleased to find that a drinking song I’ve been doing for many years, “Who’s the Fool Now?,” is credited to him. Having gotten it myself from Robin and Barry Dransfield, I’d always assumed it was Scottish. The collection includes a couple of Dowland songs in instrumental versions, putting me in the bizarre situation of hearing Sting in the back of my head putting in the vocals, as Mr. Sumner did a very interesting Dowland project himself recently, called Songs from the Labyrinth. The Ravenscroft song, “There Were Three Ravens” is a polite English version of a song I know as “Twa Corbies,” the Scottish variant being far more violent and full of sturm und drang. No surprise there. Jean Redpath has a broad Scots accent, which recalls the problem a non-Scot has singing the Burns canon. Do you pronounce “wor-ld,” for example, as a bi-syllable after the Scottish manner? (Joyce gives it in The Wake as “the worryld” :) Ms. Redpath sings 26 Burns songs on The Songs of Robert Burns Vol 1 & 2 (Philo CD PH 1187 1996). It reminds me that Burns has a Scots variant of a song I’ve been doing, “The Curragh of Kildare,” after Cherish the Ladies’ lovely version. The Burns song is called “The Winter it is Past” and it’s essentially “The Curragh of Kildare” without the chorus. Notable cuts on here include “To the Weaver’s Gin Ye Go” and “Charlie He’s My Darling.” Eddi Reader included that one on her recent stab at a Burns collection. Though I admire her very much, I didn’t think it worked, and I’m still looking for a whole set which brings Burns back to life the way, say, Dougie MacLean’s “Green Grow the Rashes-O” or Dick Gaughan’s “Now Westlin’ Winds” do. Jean Redpath, I promise, does not have a rock’n’roll bone in her body, as it were -- Because this is such an academically interesting and thoroughly respectable collection, listening to such an august personage singing the wildly vulgar “Nine Inch Will Please a Lady” is actually kind of weird: “It’s no the length that maks me loup [leap], But it’s the double drivin’; Come nidge me Tam, come nudge me Tam, come nidge me o’er the nyvel [navel]. Come lowse and lug your battering ram, and thrash him at my gyvel [gable].” Hmmm. Saydisc’s Bagpipes of Britain and Ireland (Saydisc CD-SDL 416 1996) is divided into three parts: Irish Uilleann pipes, English Northumbrian small pipes, and Scottish Highland pipes, played by Frank and Francis McPeake, Jack Armstrong, and Alex Stewart, respectively. It’s a useful collection to help the relatively untrained ear, such as mine, distinguish the tonalities and melodic idiosyncracies of these three very different instruments. Two volumes of songs by John McCormack, Irish Songs – The Early Years, and The Later Years (Rego Irish records and Tapes R-3042 and RCD-3022) feature recordings from as long ago as 1904. I first began to investigate McCormack in his capacity as an alter ego of James Joyce: part of Joyce wished he’d been a singer, and he promoted McCormack extensively as a version of himself. McCormack’s vocal range and control are unbelievable, quite apart from the sense one gets from his singing of really time-travelling back to experience a cultural sensibility that’s now thoroughly gone. His version of Balfe’s “Killarney” dates from the year of Bloomsday – 1904, while my favourite, “Little Town in the Old County Down,” was recorded in 1921, the year before Joyce’s Ulysses, celebrating the day he met his beloved Nora Barnacle (who became Molly Bloom in Ulysses), was published. They come from different worlds, and both are different from our own. Wrap the Green Flag (Columbia Legacy DIDP 081090 1994) is a substantial collection of Irish folk classics by The Clancy Brothers with Tommy Makem. I recently heard Dylan joking about their trademark matc

gra make up
gra make up
Mardi Gras
Mia Sanderson has been in love with her boss, Ty Brewer, for years, but ladies’ man Ty only sees her as a friend and even worse, a good girl. So when Mia and Ty are invited to the same Mardi Gras party, Mia decides to live out a fantasy. Donning a Mardi Gras mask and wig, Mia masquerades as the seductive Mistress Mina, the bad girl of Ty’s dreams. But what will happen if Ty discovers her true identity? Mia’s risking their friendship and her job, but for a night with Ty, it’s worth it.

Mia Sanderson has been in love with her boss, Ty Brewer, for years, but ladies’ man Ty only sees her as a friend and even worse, a good girl. So when Mia and Ty are invited to the same Mardi Gras party, Mia decides to live out a fantasy. Donning a Mardi Gras mask and wig, Mia masquerades as the seductive Mistress Mina, the bad girl of Ty’s dreams. But what will happen if Ty discovers her true identity? Mia’s risking their friendship and her job, but for a night with Ty, it’s worth it.

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