MAKEUP LESSON VIDEO : HOW TO APPLY PRETTY MAKEUP.
Makeup Lesson Video
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- cosmetics applied to the face to improve or change your appearance
- 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"
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- example: punishment intended as a warning to others; "they decided to make an example of him"
- Instruct or teach (someone)
- moral: the significance of a story or event; "the moral of the story is to love thy neighbor"
- Admonish or rebuke (someone)
- a unit of instruction; "he took driving lessons"
- video recording: a recording of both the visual and audible components (especially one containing a recording of a movie or television program)
- (computer science) the appearance of text and graphics on a video display
- the visible part of a television transmission; "they could still receive the sound but the picture was gone"
- The system of recording, reproducing, or broadcasting moving visual images on or from videotape
- A movie or other piece of material recorded on videotape
- A videocassette
makeup lesson video - Makeup After
Makeup After 40 DVD Tutorial + 2 Free Products (Lip Stain and Pencil) - Age Defying Pro Makeup Secrets
This DVD is specially designed to help you get control of your makeup. Janine Greff reveals age defying makeup applications and color solutions while using her favorite department store products. Any skin tone can benefit from all the techniques. Within 15 mini chapters she demonstrates all aspects and options of makeup application so you can easily learn steps to soften, hydrate and disguise little imperfections. You'll wear less makeup and look great. Janine's close up mirroring technique beats typical makeover tutorials on the market because you can follow her hand movements to make it easier for you to apply it to your face.
You learn to use your own makeup, how to get results from the products you buy, what you need, what you don't. She let's you in on the best performing product selections for ages late 30's through 60's and shows you why and how to apply.
1) Easiest Exfoliating - 3:43
2) Quick Facial Hair Grooming - 3:41
3) Eyebrows: An Immediate Facelift - 10:45
4) Skin Smoothing Foundation Primers - 3:42
5) Disguising Concealers - 10:02:28
6) Great Foundations for your skin type and climate - 12:23
7) Polishing Face Powders - 5:55
8) Best Bronzing - 3:52
9) Fresh Blush - 5:52
10) Instant Radiance with Skin Highlighters - 2:34
11) Age Defying Eye Shadow Options - 11:45
12) Easier Eye Lining - 13:55
13) Your Best Lashes - 10:59
14) Updated Lip Looks that Last - 11:57
15) Quickly De-clutter and Simplify Your Makeup - 7:50
Pat Benatar 2
Patricia Mae Andrzejewski was born in Greenpoint, Brooklyn to Andrew and Mildred Andrzejewski, a sheet-metal worker and a beautician. Her family moved to Lindenhurst, New York on Long Island, when she was 3 years old. "I have wonderful childhood memories of picking berries in the 'woods' by our house, driving to the 'docks' on the South Bay to get freshly harvested clams", she recounted once. Patti (as she was known) became interested in theater and began voice lessons, singing at Daniel Street Elementary School her first solo, a song called “It Must Be Spring,” at age eight. She said, "As a kid, I sang at any choir, any denomination, anywhere I could." At Lindenhurst Senior High School (1967-71), Benatar participated in musical theater, playing Queen Guinevere in the school production of Camelot, marching in the homecoming parade, singing at the annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony, and performing a solo of "The Christmas Song" on a holiday recording of the Lindenhurst High School Choir her senior year. Benatar was cut off from the rock scene in nearby Manhattan though because her parents were "ridiculously strict - I was allowed to go to symphonies, opera and theater but I couldn't go to clubs". Her musical training was strictly classical and theatrical. She said, "I was singing Puccini and West Side Story but I spent every afternoon after school with my little transistor radio listening to the Rolling Stones..." Training as a coloratura and accepted to The Juilliard School, Benatar surprised family, friends and teachers by deciding a classical career was not for her and pursued health education at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. At 19, after one year at Stony Brook, she dropped out to marry her high school sweetheart Dennis Benatar, an army draftee who trained at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and then served with the Army Security Agency at Fort Devens, Massachusetts, before being stationed at Fort Lee, Virginia. Specialist (E-4) Dennis Benatar was stationed there for three years, and Pat worked as a bank teller in Richmond, Virginia. In 1973, Benatar quit her job as a bank teller to pursue a singing career after being inspired by a Liza Minnelli concert she saw in Richmond. She got a job as a singing waitress at a flapper-esque nightclub named The Roaring Twenties and got a gig singing in lounge band Coxon's Army, a regular at Sam Miller's basement club. The band garnered enough attention to be the subject of a never-aired PBS special, and the band's bassist Roger Capps also would go on to be the original bass player for the Pat Benatar Band. The period also yielded Benatar's first and only single until her eventual 1979 debut on Chrysalis Records: "Day Gig" (1974), Trace Records, written and produced by Coxon's Army band leader Phil Coxon and locally released in Richmond. Her big break came in 1975 at an amateur night at the renowned comedy club Catch a Rising Star in New York. Her rousing rendition of Judy Garland's "Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody" earned her a call back by club owner Rick Newman, who would become her manager. Benatar said: I came in from Virginia one night. I had straight red hair and I wore a dress. I sang a Judy Garland song and I don’t know what happened, I never sang in New York before in my life, even though I grew up there, everybody just went crazy. I didn't do anything spectacular. I don’t know what happened, it was just one of those magical things. [Rick Newman] came right in and said, 'Let's talk about you playing here some more...' Newman said, 'It was 2:45 in the morning. We had 30 performers and she was about #27. I was on the other side of the room drinking with some friends--then I suddenly heard this voice!' The couple headed back to New York following Dennis' discharge from the army, and Benatar went on to be a regular member at Catch A Rising Star for close to three years, until signing a record contract. Catch A Rising Star was not the only break Benatar got in 1975. She landed the part of Zephyr in Harry Chapin's futuristic rock musical, The Zinger. Benatar's first foray into rock. The production, which debuted on March 19, 1976, at the Performing Arts Foundation's (PAF) Playhouse in Huntington Station, Long Island, ran for a month and also featured Beverly D'Angelo and Christine Lahti. Benatar noted: "I was 22 by the time I started to sing rock, so at first I was very conscious of technique and I was overly technical. That proved to be inhibiting so it was a disadvantage until I began to sing intuitively. That’s the only way to sing rock – from your gut level feelings. It's the instinct that the best singers have." Halloween 1977 proved a pivotal night in Benatar's early, spandexed stage persona. Rather than change out of the vampire costume she had worn to a Greenwich Village cafe party that evening, she went on-stage wearing black tights, black eyeliner
43. Merry Christmas Eve ;)
WOOHOO. Is christmas! xD Decided to be festive and covered my face in glitter, tied ribbon in my hair and stuck a bow to my cheek. Happy christmassss to youuuuu :) I'm trying to upload the print giveaway winner's video, which has a funny story attatched. Ergooo, you shall have to wait until flickr likes me to see who won... all four winners, 'cause I couldn't choose just one ;) Tagged to answer some questions, so I'mma do it here :) 1. Thing you cannot leave the house without? my camera ;) 2. Favorite brand of makeup? rimmel, yumm. 3. Favorite flower? Uhhm tulips or lilacs 4. Favorite clothing store? Dorothy perkins, miss selfridge, but it varies a lot. :) 5. Favorite perfume? Body shop vanilla!! I get told I smell like a hundred different things, from sugar mice to marshmallows :D 6. Heels or flats? Heeels for nights out, flats for dayys. Heels for when I'm around my crazy tall friends! 7. Do you make good grades? usually ;) 8. Favorite colors? right now it's like a very fark pink, not quite red, 'cause it's the colour of my favourite hoodie :) 9. Do you drink energy drinks? Nope, but my brother is addicted ¬¬ 10. Do you drink juice? Ooooft, adore tesco's toxic summer fruit juice. It's like.. sugar. Muahaaa :) 11. Do you like swimming? I do, but haven't been in awhileee. 12. Do you eat fries with a fork? depends who I'm with :L 13. Favorite moisturizer? I errr need to start using one. Mum gets angry about that. But I love the smell of body shop raspberry 14. Do you want to get married later on in life? Yeaaaaah 15. Do you get mad easily? Oooft yes. 16. Are you into ghost hunting? No, I'm a wimp :) 17. Any phobias? Fire and losing someone I love. And throwing up. 18. Do you bite your nails? No but they've stopped growing anyway ¬¬ 19. Have you ever had a near death experience? No, but I had a bike accident and got thrown into the road milliseconds after a car flew past.. ironically, I was biking to bike safety lessons. 20. Do you drink coffee? I had my first ever cup yesterday! sooo, yeah. Happy holidays guys!! Mwah xxxxx - it errr won't let me tag anyone else, so LOVE YOU ALL :)
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