Make Up For Ever Paris : How To Apply Make Up Like A Professional
Make Up For Ever Paris
- For(N)ever is the fourth studio album by American rock band Hoobastank, released in the US January 27, 2009 and was released in Australia June 26, 2009. For(N)ever peaked at number 26 on the Billboard 200, and at number 7 on Billboard Top Rock Albums in its first week.
- had its Australian released on June 26, 2009.^
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- The composition or constitution of something
- 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"
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- the capital and largest city of France; and international center of culture and commerce
- (Greek mythology) the prince of Troy who abducted Helen from her husband Menelaus and provoked the Trojan War
- The capital of France, on the Seine River; pop. 2,175,000. Paris was held by the Romans, who called it Lutetia, and by the Franks, and was established as the capital in 987 under Hugh Capet. It was organized into three parts—the Ile de la Cite (an island in the Seine), the Right Bank, and the Left Bank—during the reign of Philippe-Auguste 1180–1223. The city's neoclassical architecture dates from the modernization of the Napoleonic era, which continued under Napoleon III, when the bridges and boulevards of the modern city were built
- A commercial city in northeastern Texas; pop. 24,699
- sometimes placed in subfamily Trilliaceae
make up for ever paris - Aretha Franklin/This
Aretha Franklin/This Christmas
Aretha's first ever Christmas album!
Aretha Franklin's multitude of loyal listeners will be thrilled that the wait for such a momentous project is over and has been truly worthwhile. Released through DMI Music, "This Christmas Aretha," shimmers and sparkles as the acclaimed artist puts her definitive stamp on a mix of 11 traditional and contemporary classics associated with the holiday season. Aretha Franklin herself produced three tracks and arranged and added her inimitable touch as a pianist to two tracks ("Silent Night" and "14 Angels"). Award-winning producer Tena Clark (whose production credits include Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle, Dionne Warwick, Chaka Khan and a multitude of other major artists) masterminded seven cuts.
1. Angels We Have Heard On High
2. This Christmas
3. My Grown Up Christmas List
4. The Lord Will Make A Way
5. Silent Night
6. Ave Maria
7. Christmas Ain't Christmas (Without The One You Love)
8. 14 Angels
9. One Night With The King
10. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
11. 'Twas The Night Before Christmas
FUN IN PARIS+ SCARY BROCANTE + HEADS UP
We were all prepared for a brocante weekend at PROT ROYAL, but alas, STRIKES were in full force Sunday with four out of five buses lines on strike::OH HELL NIX THAT IDEA::so we went for another lovely walk along our beloved canal! there we found a fun trio of picnicers! they brought a carpet of artificial green grass to lay upon the cement and cobblestones! TRES CHIC PICNIC! Monday we were excited to finally to go to the PORT ROYAL BROCANTE so we got up early:::8AM! We hauled our butts to PONT ROYAL and arrived to a nice array of merchants near the LUXEMBOURG GARDENS! There were some great photo ops of SCARY BROCANTE ITEMS =weird dolls and smiling teddy bears , and of course, the ever present SCARY AWFUL PAINTINGS! the winner being the FRANKENSTEIN CONDUCTOR!!! Even the 1890s CAT IN A BASKET done in needlework caused shivers to run up my spine! Luckily we found some fun items sold by some sweet dealers= a TIN TIN WATCH 7euros, vintage 1930's champagne bucket (3 euros), 1920's cough drop tin (1 euro), one sterling and gold cuff link with mother of pearl and gold (5euros), an old doll's clothing suitcase (3 euros), and an old ALAIN SOUCHAIN 45 record (1 euro) for a friend! Though the real find at the flea market was the FREE, thrown away, 1950's rotating image lamp! One of my pals collects these so I know these cost about 100 to 150 BUCKS! this one is of a windmill and missing a part, but still worth at least 50! wow! After we proudly picked up the FREE lamp, we had another great find, though one we could not take home! Our real find was a great CREPE MAKER! Very handsome, sweet, and antimated! TWO NUTELLA CREPES PLEASE! Oh they were perfect! He let us video his antics and his crepe=making skills! We will definately be on the lookout for him and his delicious crepes at our next PARIS BROCANTE! (We will bring him a huge jar of PEANUT BUTTER so he can make a PEANUT BUTTER and JELLY CREPE! Sure to be a fave amgonst the visiting AMERICANS who experience peanut butter withdrawls in PARIS!) After a nice afternoon strolling throught people's faded memories, we walked towards the LUXEMBOURG GARDENS! this is where I used to spend most of my time when i was in PARIS in the 1980's! Lovely trees, flowers, walkways, fountains, and statues! Just outside of the park was a large cardboard box of tossed 'junk'. OK, a great thing to stumble upon and OMG what treasures! A HANDBLOWN PAPERWEIGHT, HANDBLOWN PURPLE VASE, inlaid mother of pearl wooden box, 1960 KITCHEN TIMER, s,all ceramic tray, SMALL SIGNED CLAY FIGURE, napkin holder, TABLE LINENS, real batik tablecloth, CARVED WOODEN SEA TURTLE, and then:::::CRYSTAL SALT SHAKER WITH A SILVER TOP ; two 'gold' mint condition cigeratte lighters, and a set of FIVE marked STERLING SILVER CHOPSTICK/KNIFE HOLDERS in the shape of GOLDFISH ! Well, needless to say==finding STERLING SILVER ANYTHING is a fun find::: IT TRUELY WAS A STERLING DAY IN PARIS! F. JOSEPH LEONARD (ADDA DADA)
Paris, I love you, but you're bringing me down.
If you're ever in Paris head to Shakespeare & Co. I think I first went when I was 12 or 13, & when I bought a book there (Dorian Gray) they stamped the inside page with their logo. But not everyone thinks that's completely awesome like I do. They are no ordinary bookshop - oh, & I should mention that the majority of texts are in English, not French. I love the cluttered feel, & the piano was situated downstairs for ages, & I am so sure that upstairs used to be closed off. Maybe I just never ventured up there. But I did this time, & they have a party room (I am totally the type of person who would find a birthday party in a bookshop cool) & they were just tidying away from a kid's party. & they have sofas & beds to stretch out on & read for hours, & the piano has moved upstairs, & there was a little cubbyhole, big enough for a typewriter & seat. The wooden walls & ceiling of this cubbyhole were covered with notes, handwritten & typed, some folded up & some posted so you could read them without disturbing them. Most of them were in English, but written by people from so many different countries. The most common themes were love & heartbreak & moving on. I spent quite a while reading them. Needless to say I loved it. This note stood out to me, so I took a photo. I handwrote my own note as the typewriter was out of ink, & I stuck it under the bar on your right as you sit down. It's on yellow Disney paper (because I'm awesome like that) & dated May 10th 2010. & then I photographed that too, so I didn't forget what I'd written. & it was a positive note. I'd say over the last 2 or so years there were odds on that I'd have written something quite sad, or maybe emo, but I really think I'm coming to terms with everything. Actually, it's making me tear up a teeny bit, but I really think I've come along way from my complete & utter meltdown in January/February. I'm sad that it got that bad, but I'm glad I've moved past it. & each day lately has been testament to that. I hope my note maybe makes someone feel less alone.