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    training
  • The action of teaching a person or animal a particular skill or type of behavior
  • The action of undertaking a course of exercise and diet in preparation for a sporting event
  • activity leading to skilled behavior
  • education: the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior); "a woman of breeding and refinement"
  • (trained) shaped or conditioned or disciplined by training; often used as a combining form; "a trained mind"; "trained pigeons"; "well-trained servants"
    make up
  • 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"
  • 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"
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • The composition or constitution of something
  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
semi permanent make up training - Milady's Aesthetician
Milady's Aesthetician Series: Permanent Makeup, Tips and Techniques
Milady's Aesthetician Series: Permanent Makeup, Tips and Techniques
Permanent Makeup: Tips and Techniques, part of Milady's Aesthetician Series, focuses on the newest techniques and the latest trends in permanent makeup, one of the hottest procedures in the aesthetics industry today. This growing industry is also one of the most technique-sensitive with high demand for informed permanent makeup artists in plastic surgeon's offices, cosmetic dermatologist's offices, and spas. Permanent Makeup: Tips and Techniques is designed to provide readers with comprehensive information regarding FDA and state laws, and current studies. Readers are also introduced to anatomy and physiology relating to permanent makeup and exercises are included to help reinforce the information. A section on tools and how they relate to the procedures is included, as well as information on inks and their different pigments, organic and inorganic pigments, and the various results achieved. With photos to help illustrate the techniques, this book is an absolute necessity for the permanent makeup professional.

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Blackpool Tram 2
Blackpool Tram 2
unidentified Blackpool Tram wearing Warburtons Livery, around 1988, anybody know the number ? has she survived ? No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintPower ConductorCurrent Status 600January 1934Original Green & CreamJune 2008TrolleyUndergoing Overhaul 602July 1934Yellow & BlackNovember 1998TrolleyOperational 604August 1934Green & CreamJune 1999TrolleyOperational 605August 1934Wartime Green & CreamOctober 1998TrolleySold 607August 1934Advert for Blackpool Transport TravelcardFebruary 1996TrolleySold Notes: 602 & 604 are available for service between Pleasure Beach and Bispham only. 600 is currently undergoing a full overhaul and should be completed by the summer. When it returns to service it will be fitted with a Low Voltage system and will be available for use on the entire tramway. 605 has been acquired by the Lancastrian Transport Trust for preservation. 607 is to join the national collection at the Crich Tramway Village. 600 is named Duchess of Cornwall. It carries traditional white on black destination blinds thanks to a private donation and has a string of lights held from a pole in each corner of the tram BRUSH CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintPower ConductorCurrent Status 621July 1937Advert for The Hot Ice Show, Pleasure BeachMarch 2000PantographSold 622July 1937Advert for PontinsAugust 2006PantographSold 623July 1937Wartime Green & CreamApril 2007PantographSold 625July 1937Green & CreamJanuary 1998PantographSold 626August 1937Half Green & Half CreamFebruary 2010PantographOperational 627August 1937Advert for Coral Island Buccaneer BarApril 2001PantographSold 630August 1937Advert for Karting 2000June 2007PantographOperational 631August 1937Advert for Walls Ice CreamJuly 2007PantographOperational 632August 1937Advert for the SeaLife CentreMarch 2003PantographSold 637September 1937Advert for Blackpool ZooAugust 1998PantographSold Notes: 626, 630 & 631 are available for service on the entire tramway. 632 is owned by the Lancastrian Transport Trust. The tram is to return to service in a deal between the LTT, Trams Magazine and Blackpool Transport and is currently in the Paint Shop where it is to receive a late 1970s half green/half cream livery. It will be restricted to the Bispham-Pleasure Beach section. 621, 622, 625, 627 & 637 are all believed to have been sold. Some reports state that 622 may be used in service in 2010. 623 has been acquired for preservation by the Heaton Park Tramway, Manchester. 626 is expected to become the “Tram Driving Experience” car for 2010 following the acquisition of 623 by Heaton Park. The livery carried by the tram is an approximation of the 1970s fleet livery. 630 is to be acquired by the Tramway Museum Society, however it will remain in Blackpool until at least November 2011. CENTENARY CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast ReliveryPower ConductorCurrent Status 641April 1984All Over OrangeFebruary 2010PantographOperational 642December 1986All Over YellowJuly 2006PantographReserve Fleet 643November 1986Black & WhiteMay 2009PantographOperational 644November 1986Advert for Fleetwood Market/ Farmer Parrs Animal WorldDecember 2002PantographOperational 645September 1987All Over RedMarch 2010PantographOperational 646September 1987Advert for Paul Gaunt FurnitureApril 2007PantographOperational 647January 1988Advert for B&M BargainsJuly 2009PantographReserve Fleet 648January 1990All Over WhiteMarch 2009PantographOperational Notes: All trams are available for service on the entire network. All trams (in this order 642, 641, 646, 643, 644, 647, 645 & 648) have undergone midlife overhauls. The first two had a different look featuring large destination boxes and roof advert boards and then from the third overhaul a total transformation in style was unveiled with flat windscreens. Then due to HSE concerns the front of 645 was changed again with more curved corners. And then the refurbishment of 648 was different again with the front completed in a sympathetic manner for future restoration to original style. 641, 642, 643, 645 & 648 are in plain base coats (either painted that way or the remnants of an all over advertising livery). All except 641 & 645 are adorned with Metro Coastlines vinyls 648 has been acquired by the Tramway Museum Society. It will not be available for Crich until after 2015 (because of its book value). TWIN CARS TOWING CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintPower ConductorCurrent Status 671November 1960Green & YellowApril 2003PantographStored 672September 1960Orange & YellowFebruary 2003PantographOperational 673June 1961Turquoise & YellowSeptember 2003PantographStored 674May 1962Cadbury Blue & YellowJune 2003PantographStored 675March 1958Red & YellowOctober 2004PantographOperational 676March 1958Green & CreamAugust 1991PantographSold TRAILER CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintCurrent Status 681July 1960Green & YellowApril 2003Stored 682August 1960Orange & YellowFebru
Blackpool Tram 5
Blackpool Tram 5
unidentified Blackpool Tram in unidentified livery, around 1988, anybody know the number ? has she survived ? No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintPower ConductorCurrent Status 600January 1934Original Green & CreamJune 2008TrolleyUndergoing Overhaul 602July 1934Yellow & BlackNovember 1998TrolleyOperational 604August 1934Green & CreamJune 1999TrolleyOperational 605August 1934Wartime Green & CreamOctober 1998TrolleySold 607August 1934Advert for Blackpool Transport TravelcardFebruary 1996TrolleySold Notes: 602 & 604 are available for service between Pleasure Beach and Bispham only. 600 is currently undergoing a full overhaul and should be completed by the summer. When it returns to service it will be fitted with a Low Voltage system and will be available for use on the entire tramway. 605 has been acquired by the Lancastrian Transport Trust for preservation. 607 is to join the national collection at the Crich Tramway Village. 600 is named Duchess of Cornwall. It carries traditional white on black destination blinds thanks to a private donation and has a string of lights held from a pole in each corner of the tram BRUSH CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintPower ConductorCurrent Status 621July 1937Advert for The Hot Ice Show, Pleasure BeachMarch 2000PantographSold 622July 1937Advert for PontinsAugust 2006PantographSold 623July 1937Wartime Green & CreamApril 2007PantographSold 625July 1937Green & CreamJanuary 1998PantographSold 626August 1937Half Green & Half CreamFebruary 2010PantographOperational 627August 1937Advert for Coral Island Buccaneer BarApril 2001PantographSold 630August 1937Advert for Karting 2000June 2007PantographOperational 631August 1937Advert for Walls Ice CreamJuly 2007PantographOperational 632August 1937Advert for the SeaLife CentreMarch 2003PantographSold 637September 1937Advert for Blackpool ZooAugust 1998PantographSold Notes: 626, 630 & 631 are available for service on the entire tramway. 632 is owned by the Lancastrian Transport Trust. The tram is to return to service in a deal between the LTT, Trams Magazine and Blackpool Transport and is currently in the Paint Shop where it is to receive a late 1970s half green/half cream livery. It will be restricted to the Bispham-Pleasure Beach section. 621, 622, 625, 627 & 637 are all believed to have been sold. Some reports state that 622 may be used in service in 2010. 623 has been acquired for preservation by the Heaton Park Tramway, Manchester. 626 is expected to become the “Tram Driving Experience” car for 2010 following the acquisition of 623 by Heaton Park. The livery carried by the tram is an approximation of the 1970s fleet livery. 630 is to be acquired by the Tramway Museum Society, however it will remain in Blackpool until at least November 2011. CENTENARY CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast ReliveryPower ConductorCurrent Status 641April 1984All Over OrangeFebruary 2010PantographOperational 642December 1986All Over YellowJuly 2006PantographReserve Fleet 643November 1986Black & WhiteMay 2009PantographOperational 644November 1986Advert for Fleetwood Market/ Farmer Parrs Animal WorldDecember 2002PantographOperational 645September 1987All Over RedMarch 2010PantographOperational 646September 1987modified Advert for Paul Gaunt FurnitureApril 2007PantographOperational 647January 1988Advert for B&M BargainsJuly 2009PantographReserve Fleet 648January 1990All Over WhiteMarch 2009PantographOperational Notes: All trams are available for service on the entire network. All trams (in this order 642, 641, 646, 643, 644, 647, 645 & 648) have undergone midlife overhauls. The first two had a different look featuring large destination boxes and roof advert boards and then from the third overhaul a total transformation in style was unveiled with flat windscreens. Then due to HSE concerns the front of 645 was changed again with more curved corners. And then the refurbishment of 648 was different again with the front completed in a sympathetic manner for future restoration to original style. 641, 642, 643, 645 & 648 are in plain base coats (either painted that way or the remnants of an all over advertising livery). All except 641 & 645 are adorned with Metro Coastlines vinyls 648 has been acquired by the Tramway Museum Society. It will not be available for Crich until after 2015 (because of its book value). TWIN CARS TOWING CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintPower ConductorCurrent Status 671November 1960Green & YellowApril 2003PantographStored 672September 1960Orange & YellowFebruary 2003PantographOperational 673June 1961Turquoise & YellowSeptember 2003PantographStored 674May 1962Cadbury Blue & YellowJune 2003PantographStored 675March 1958Red & YellowOctober 2004PantographOperational 676March 1958Green & CreamAugust 1991PantographSold TRAILER CARS No.Into ServiceLiveryLast RepaintCurrent Status 681July 1960Green & YellowApril 2003Stored 682August 1960Orange & YellowF

semi permanent make up training
semi permanent make up training
The 2009-2014 World Outlook for Ammonia-Free Semi-Permanent Hair Dyes
This econometric study covers the world outlook for ammonia-free semi-permanent hair dyes across more than 200 countries. For each year reported, estimates are given for the latent demand, or potential industry earnings (P.I.E.), for the country in question (in millions of U.S. dollars), the percent share the country is of the region and of the globe. These comparative benchmarks allow the reader to quickly gauge a country vis-a-vis others. Using econometric models which project fundamental economic dynamics within each country and across countries, latent demand estimates are created. This report does not discuss the specific players in the market serving the latent demand, nor specific details at the product level. The study also does not consider short-term cyclicalities that might affect realized sales. The study, therefore, is strategic in nature, taking an aggregate and long-run view, irrespective of the players or products involved. This study does not report actual sales data (which are simply unavailable, in a comparable or consistent manner in virtually all of the 230 countries of the world). This study gives, however, my estimates for the worldwide latent demand, or the P.I.E., for ammonia-free semi-permanent hair dyes. It also shows how the P.I.E. is divided across the world's regional and national markets. For each country, I also show my estimates of how the P.I.E. grows over time (positive or negative growth). In order to make these estimates, a multi-stage methodology was employed that is often taught in courses on international strategic planning at graduate schools of business.

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