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best makeup book - Trish McEvoy:
Trish McEvoy: The Power of Makeup: Looking Your Level Best at Every Age
Trish McEvoy has created one of today's most successful skincare and makeup brands by listening to women's needs and empowering them to take control of their own beauty. She creates products and provides techniques that make it easy to learn how to be your own makeup expert.
Trish McEvoy: The Power of Makeup offers a revolutionary new system to unlock the secret to your makeup style. Learn if you are a Level 1,2, or 3, and then follow Trish's step-by-step instructions for creating your unique look and organizing your routine to fit your busy lifestyle.
What's Your Level?
Level One: Makeup is not a driving passion in your life. You live in casual clothing and you love the natural, simple look. Trish will help you find the bare necessities you need.
Level Two: For you, makeup is a lot like putting on clothes; it's an everyday essential. You wear makeup like a second skin. You feel more comfortable and confident with how you look in makeup than without it. Trish will help you refine your look.
Level Three: For you, makeup is a means of expression. You like to play and have fun with it and you're game to try false eyelashes and other high-impact effects. Trish will show you how to pull out all the stops for your most glamorous look.
Oh the boy's a slag..The best you ever had..
sooo when i origionally wanted to do a picture to this song... this is in no way how i pictured it to look...but i was soo tired today after dance that i threw on a pair of basketball shorts and did it! also, i did this to poke fun of girls at my school that walk around with their pants obnoxiously low and then proceed to pull their shirts up...between that and push-up bras and makeup.....WHERE has REAL beauty gone?? ARCTIC MONKEY'S Florescent Adolescent! :) only the best! You used to get it in your fishnets Now you only get it in your night dress Discarded all the naughty nights for niceness Landed in a very common crisis Everything's in order in a black hole Nothing seems as pretty as the past though That Bloody Mary's lacking in Tabasco Remember when you used to be a rascal? Oh the boy's a slag The best you ever had The best you ever had Is just a memory and those dreams Weren't as daft as they seem Not as daft as they seem My love when you dream them up... Flicking through a little book of sex tips Remember when the boys were all electric? Now when she's told she's gonna get it I'm guessing that she'd rather just forget it Clinging to not getting sentimental Said she wasn't going but she went still Likes her gentlemen not to be gentle Was it a mecca dauber or a betting pencil? Oh the boy's a slag The best you ever had The best you ever had Is just a memory and those dreams Weren't as daft as they seem Not as daft as they seem My love when you dream them up Oh Flo, where did you go? Where did you go? Where did you go? Woah. Falling about You took a left off Last Laugh Lane You're just sounding it out that You're not coming back again. Falling about You took a left off Last Laugh Lane You're just sounding it out that You're not coming back again. You used to get it in your fishnets Now you only get it in your night dress Discarded all the naughty nights with niceness Landed in a very common crisis Everything's in order in a black hole Is anything as pretty as the past though? That Bloody Mary's lacking in tabasco Remember when you used to be a rascal?
The best present Kevin could ever get!
Kevin got this book for Christmas. (Thanks, Nick ;) I have to share a couple of my favourite excerpts: WHAT DO NORMAL WOMEN WANT? "Let's take a look at what white women want from a relationship. She will be asking 'What's in this for me?' Most normal women ask these question in a relationship, although the priority and order of the answers may be different depending on the psychological makeup of that woman. Generally, traits women are looking for and want in a partner are marriage, children, friends, humor, kindness, romance, warmth, intelligence, materialism, gifts, attention, affection, kindness, sex, and thoughtfulness." ['materialism'? haha. I love the order of things women want.] MENTAL PROGRAMMING: TO DATE A WHITE WOMAN - Define long-term goals - State short-term objectives: What type of image do you want to project? - The what and how should be in harmony with the targeted white woman you have in mind - Set dating strategies to project your availability and image - Analyze available physical positive assets (good looks, body type,) and resources (time, money). - Gather the white woman's personal data - Keep a diary, take notes, and review plans. "There are also many white women who are the shy, introverted type, and this shyness is often one of the reasons that they choose an Asian man, who is generally less aggressive, and more smart, considerate and intelligent" ['more smart'? ;]
best makeup book
This is the book that Bobbi Brown's fans have been waiting for: her 25-plus years of makeup styling experience distilled into one complete, gorgeous book. Bobbi looks at everything from skincare basics to every aspect of facial makeup--from how to find the right color and type of foundation for any skin tone to how to apply every detail of eye makeup (Brows, Eye Liner, Eye Shadow, and Eye Lashes) no matter your eye color and shape. Of course there are never-before-seen tips on blush, bronzer, lip liners, lipstick, etc. And Bobbi looks beyond the face with informative chapters on "Hands and Feet" and "Body Skin Care." Each chapter has thorough step-by-step basic directions for makeup application and easy-to-follow photographs and line drawings, along with Bobbi's expert, yet assuring, advice. Plus, there's a groundbreaking section of the book that will be of special interest to women who've wanted to know how makeup stylists do what they do: the top beauty secrets only these artists know, essential equipment to keep on hand, how to break into the business, and how to work with photographers and celebrities.
Breathtaking photos of the finished faces-from everyday looks to exotic runway style-along with advice on putting it all together for every woman, make this a book like no other.
BOBBI BROWN'S MAKEUP MANUAL will be the only book any woman will need to look absolutely fabulous.