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  • (cosmetic) a toiletry designed to beautify the body
  • Cosmetics are substances used to enhance the appearance or odor of the human body. Cosmetics include skin-care creams, lotions, powders, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail and toe nail polish, eye and facial makeup, permanent waves, colored contact lenses, hair colors, hair sprays and gels,
  • A product applied to the body, esp. the face, to improve its appearance
  • (cosmetic) serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
  • A native or national of Japan, or a person of Japanese descent
  • The language of Japan, spoken by almost all of its population
  • the language (usually considered to be Altaic) spoken by the Japanese
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The Japanese Skincare Revolution: How to Have the Most Beautiful Skin of Your Life--At Any Age
The Japanese Skincare Revolution: How to Have the Most Beautiful Skin of Your Life--At Any Age
Japanese women are renowned for their beautiful skin, but until now there has been no book in English that reveals the secrets of the typical Japanese beauty routine. The Japanese Skincare Revolution is the first guide for women of all ages and races who want to have beautiful skin like the Japanese, and don't want to spend lots of money on cosmetics and treatments to achieve it.

Author Chizu Saeki is a practicing aesthetician and beauty consultant whose dream is to teach ordinary women how to become more beautiful. To this end, she writes books, teaches, and tours Japan, giving demonstrations of the techniques she developed over a career spent in the beauty industry. Her books have sold more than 3 million copies in Japan, and the revolutionary ideas presented in this volume have won the approval of skin doctors within Japan and out.

The Japanese Skincare Revolution is Saeki's best-selling skincare title, and her first to be translated into English. It is a distillation of all of her most essential techniques. In it, readers will be introduced to the lotion maska moisturizing treatment for keeping the skin fresh and lustrous; hand techniques for toning the muscles of the face; lymph massages for draining toxins and improving blood flow; natural, no-nonsense remedies for wrinkles, sagging, oiliness, pimples, and blackheads; warm care and cool care for soothing the mind and body; water massages to energize the skin; and much, much more.

Throughout the book, Saeki calls on the reader to use her own hands to touch and treat her face, and her own eyes to judge what her skin needs. She leads her toward a wholehearted skincare routine that will have her complimenting herself as her skin responds. By following Saeki's advice, every woman will discover that it's possible to have beautiful skin at any age without - spending a fortune.

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Beautiful Boxer: Parinya Kiatbusaba or Parinya Jaroenphon AKA Nong Thoom, Nong Toom or Nong Tum
Beautiful Boxer: Parinya Kiatbusaba or Parinya Jaroenphon AKA Nong Thoom, Nong Toom or Nong Tum
wiki says: Parinya Kiatbusaba or Parinya Jaroenphon (born June 9, 1981), more popularly known as Nong Thoom, Nong Toom or Nong Tum, is arguably the best-known kathoey (male-to-female transgendered person) in Thailand. She is a former Muay Thai (Thai boxing) champion and has also worked as a model and actor. As a child, she was already aware of her gender-identity. After a short period as a Buddhist monk, she started to train as a boxer, and eventually joined a boxing camp in Chonburi. Her goal was to make enough money to support her poor parents and to pay for a sex-change operation. Her public life began in February 1998, with a victory in Bangkok's Lumpini Boxing Stadium, the center of the Muay Thai world. The Thai media were understandably intrigued by the novelty and incongruity of a make-up wearing 16-year-old kathoey, or "lady boy", defeating and then kissing a larger, more muscular opponent. Although the Thai government had previously blocked kathoey athletes from participating in the national volleyball team for fear of negative reaction from the rest of the world, the Muay Thai establishment embraced Nong Toom, and tourism officials promoted her as "indicative of the wonders to be found" in Thailand. Perhaps not coincidentally, Muay Thai had been in a several-year slump at the time, and Nong Toom had greatly revitalized both media and public interest in the sport, as shown by increased ticket sales and stadium revenue. She was profiled in several magazines, and appeared in many Thai music videos. Subsequently, her public profile began to fade, but her bouts with a foreigner, as well as her trip to Japan to fight a Japanese challenger, kept her face in the news. By fall of 1998, there was little coverage of Nong Toom to be found in either the mainstream or boxing media. In 1999, Nong Toom caused considerable publicity by announcing her retirement from kick boxing, her intention to become a singer, and her plan to undergo sex reassignment surgery. Initially she was turned down by some of the Bangkok surgeons she turned to, but then the surgery was performed in 1999. Her story is related in the 2003 film Beautiful Boxer in which she was portrayed by real-life male kickboxer Asanee Suwan. The film won several national and international awards, yet opened to limited success in Thailand. It came to United States theatres in 2005. The film's director, Ekachai Uekorngtham, also wrote the solo performance Boxing Cabaret for Nong Toom which she performed in the summer of 2005 at the Singapore Arts Festival and later in Bangkok. Nong Toom's life as a ladyboy is also part of the book Ladyboys: The Secret World of Thailand's Third Gender by Maverick House Publishers. Her story was also included in Julina Khusaini's National Geographic documentary Hidden Genders (2003). On February 26, 2006, Nong Tum made a comeback as boxer. She fought an exhibition match for Fairtex Gym's new Pattaya branch, re-dubbed Nong Toom Fairtex Gym, by fighting a 140-pound contest against Japan's Kenshiro Lookchaomaekhemthong. Nong Toom won by unanimous decision after the three-round fight, leaving her rival with a cut near his eye from an elbow in the last round. Nong Toom was planning another exhibition bout for sometime in 2006 with a female boxer Lucia Rijker, who portrayed the lethal "Blue Bear" in the film Million Dollar Baby. She had a prominent role in the 2006 superhero film-action film Mercury Man, playing the title character's transgendered sibling and demonstrating her kickboxing prowess on the villains. In 2006, she appeared as a guest star on SBS television series "World Record Pizza" and Rallarsving (Sweden). On May 31, 2008 Nong Toom had a fight against Pernilla Johansson at Rumble of the Kings in Stockholm, Sweden and won by decision. In 2010, Nong Toom will open a boxing camp "Parinya Muay Thai" in Pranburi, Thailand which she will co-own and run with American actor/writer Steven Khan.
Season4: Eps15 - Sin in the City 14 (photo story)
Season4: Eps15 - Sin in the City 14 (photo story)
Kumi: “Hey! Callaghans are never losers! It’s not in our designer genes. Whatever the problem is here, it can be laid directly at the feet of MacMoron!” Lark: “He turned the best night of my entire life into the worst. It’s funny how quickly things can change. One minute he kissing me, and it was *rapturous expression* wonderful. Even though it was my first, I could totally tell he was into it, too. Then…then he’s pushing me away, looking absolutely horrified, and telling me it was a huge mistake and he never wants to do it again. He couldn’t get away from me fast enough.” *resumes sobbing into her already damp tissue* Magpie: *pulls Lark into a hug, croons* “Oh, Larkie, my smooshie face! Come on, we’re going to the little chickadee’s room and get you all cleaned up. You are beginning to resemble Tammy Faye at a tent revival. Wren?” Wren: “Right behind you.” Yuri: “Take her to my bathroom, girls. You are welcome to any of my cosmetics. There are cucumber pads in the top vanity drawer, to help diminish eye puffiness.” Magpie: “Will do!” Wren: “Thanks, Yuri.” Candy: “Well, I must say, this party had all the hallmarks of a classic Callaghan shindig.” Charley: *pushes her glasses up, incredulously* “It did? This is normal for you people?” Candy: “Yeah, violence and tears are par for the course. They can’t help it. They’re Irish.” Kumi: “’Scuse me, stereotype girl! Your little friend there brought her own can of whoop ass to this shindig. And Yuri and I are half Irish, half Japanese.” Candy: “Yeah, because the land of the ninja, samurai, and yakuza wouldn’t know anything about violence. Not to mention those Harajuku girls are kinda bloodthirsty, too. Don’t ever get between them and their Hello Kitty. I’m just sayin’…” Kumi: *rubs forehead distractedly* “I wish they’d hurry up with the cocktails. I could use one…or five about now.” Yuri: “Oh, Kumi, the mere thought of Lark’s heart being broken in such a callous manner makes me livid. She has always been such a champion for true love. I hope this has not broken her spirit.” Kumi: “Well, I guess it could explain why she doesn’t date that often. It’s not like she doesn’t get asked out all the time. She’s probably scared. Her first kiss gets thrown back in her face. That’s enough to give any woman some doubts.” Yuri: “And she has always cared for Killian deeply, which would have made it all the more devastating! This is unacceptable! We shall simply have to educate him on the proper way to treat a lady of Lark’s remarkable caliber.” Kumi: “After I smoosh his beanbags clear up to his Adam’s apple, of course.” Yuri: “Quite.” Kumi: *sneers* “Killian. What a dumb duck.” Candy & Charley: *nod gravely* “Quack, quack.” The violence & tears move to paradise next Tuesday. Aloha until then… Fashion Credits **Any doll enhancements (i.e. freckles, piercings, eye color changes) were done by me unless otherwise stated.** Kumi Dress: Dolls Fashion Shop ( Jacket: fakeskin ( Belt: Fashion Royalty – NuFace – Great Pretender Lilith Shoes: Toy Sity Toggle Necklace: Knife’s Edge Designs (me) Doll is a Nu.Fantasy Wild Wolf Kumi transplanted to a NuFace body. Candy Dress: jiajiadoll ( Belt: Cangaway ( Boots: Mattel – Top Model Summer Necklace: Knife’s Edge Designs (me) Doll is a Making a Scene Erin transplanted to a Misaki body. Charley Jeans: Bandai – Sakurana Belt: Volks – Who’s That Girl? – Selfish Line Shirt: ababietoy ( Sweater: FR2 – Only Natural Fashion Sneakers: Momoko – Dash! After School Glasses: Fashion Royalty – Homme – Turning Heads Pierre Doll is a Morning Dew Giselle, transplanted to a Poppy bod, and re-rooted by the incredible valmaxi!

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