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  • A product applied to the body, esp. the face, to improve its appearance
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  • Pierre is an animated short made by John R. Dilworth in 1985. It is the first animated short produced by John R. Dilworth.
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  • Bella is a 2006 film directed by Alejandro Gomez Monteverde starring Eduardo Verastegui and Tammy Blanchard. Set in New York City, the film is about how one moment changed the lives of three people forever.
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Bella Pierre Mineral Makeup Loose Foundation
Bella Pierre Mineral Makeup Loose Foundation
Conventional foundation is made with 90% fillers and 10% color pigment. Fillers such as talc, oil, preservatives, dye and fragrances are the number one cause for break outs and skin irritations. Mineral foundation avoids the use of Talc, a common product used in conventional foundation which has been shown to be a carcinogen. Mineral Foundation is made with all natural ingredients such as Mica, Zinc Oxides, Iron Oxides, Titanium Dioxide. These are minerals all mined from the earth and they go through a process. They are coated and treated and then micronized to get the different colors. Unlike conventional cosmetics, mineral powders allow your skin to breath, not locking in toxins and waste.

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Silver EyeShadow
New Years Eve: -Painterly paint pot (MAC) -Bark (MAC) -Charred (MAC) -Platinum pro pigment (MAC) -Plum Dressing (MAC) -Rich Silver (Loreal) -Rainbow glitter (Bella Pierre) -Blacktrack fluidline (MAC) -lashes: Red Cherry Lips: Up The Amp (MAC) Cheeks: Decadent Pink (American Beauty)
eye makeup
eye makeup
EYES: -Blackground paint pot (MAC) -Painterly paint pod (MAC) -Star Violet (MAC) -Wild Lilac (Bella Pierre) -Gold envy (Flirt) -Black Tied (MAC) LIPS: Soar lipliner (MAC) Silk lipliner (Prestige) Cultured lipglass (MAC) I got the star jewel at an art store ;]

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Pierre: A Cautionary Tale in Five Chapters and a Prologue
Pierre’s ‘I don’t care!’ intrigues a hungry lion. ‘A story with a moral air about Pierre, who learned to care.’

Oh, that naughty boy! No matter what his parents say, Pierre just doesn't care.
"What would you like to eat?"
"I don't care!"
"Some lovely cream of wheat?"
"I don't care!"
Don't sit backwards on your chair."
"I don't care!"
"Or pour syrup on your hair."
"I don't care!"

Even when a hungry lion comes to pay a call, Pierre won't snap out of his ennui. Every child has one of these days sometimes. Mix in a stubborn nature, a touch of apathy, and a haughty pout, and it can turn noxious. Parents may cajole, scold, bribe, threaten--all to no avail. When this mood strikes, the Pierres of the world will not budge, even for the carnivorous king of beasts. Created by one of the best-loved author-illustrators of children's books, Maurice Sendak, this 1962 cautionary tale is hardly a pedantic diatribe against children who misbehave. Still, by the end of the lilting, witty story, most children will take the moral (Care!) to heart. Pierre's downward-turned eyebrows, his parents' pleading faces, and the lion's almost sympathetic demeanor as he explains that he will soon eat Pierre, make the package perfect. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter