Day Make Up Pictures

    pictures
  • Represent (someone or something) in a photograph or picture
  • (pictural) pictorial: pertaining to or consisting of pictures; "pictorial perspective"; "pictorial records"
  • (picture) visualize: imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
  • Form a mental image of
  • (picture) a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; "they showed us the pictures of their wedding"; "a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them"
  • Describe (someone or something) in a certain way
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  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
  • 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"
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
  • 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"
  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
  • The composition or constitution of something
    day
  • a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance; "Mother's Day"
  • some point or period in time; "it should arrive any day now"; "after that day she never trusted him again"; "those were the days"; "these days it is not unusual"
  • Carried out during the day as opposed to the evening or at night
  • (of a person) Working during the day as opposed to at night
  • time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis; "two days later they left"; "they put on two performances every day"; "there are 30,000 passengers per day"
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day make up pictures - Cary Grant:
Cary Grant: Screen Legend Collection (Big Brown Eyes / Kiss and Make Up / Thirty Day Princess / Wedding Present / Wings in the Dark)
Cary Grant: Screen Legend Collection (Big Brown Eyes / Kiss and Make Up / Thirty Day Princess / Wedding Present / Wings in the Dark)
Cary Grant remains one of the most popular and admired leading men of Hollywood's silver screen. Five rare classic films from his early career are captured forever in the Cary Grant: Screen Legend Collection. Featuring co-stars Myrna Loy, Sylvia Sidney, Joan Bennett and Walter Pidgeon, these films showcase the career of a talented, witty and debonair actor who will be remembered forever as a true screen legend. Thirty Day Princess In this rags-to-riches tale, a newspaper publisher (Cary Grant) finds himself falling for a foreign princess (Sylvia Sidney), only to suspect that there is some other power behind the throne. Kiss and Make Up Beauty really is only skin deep when a famed beautician (Cary Grant) marries a former client and discovers that her shallow behavior makes his faithful secretary much more attractive. Wings in the Dark When an inventor (Cary Grant) is tragically blinded, his courage inspires his aviatrix wife (Myrna Loy) to take on an increasingly dangerous mission in this tale of undying love and devotion. Big Brown Eyes A precocious newspaper reporter (Joan Bennett) and an unusually motivated detective (Cary Grant) take on a case of insurance fraud, hidden identities and murder! Wedding Present Two star reporters (Cary Grant and Joan Bennett) find their playful newsroom relationship running out of ink when she becomes engaged to a writer and he is promoted to editor.

Cary Grant was on the cusp of stardom when he made the five Paramount films included in this nicely priced Screen Legend Collection. You won't find any classics here, but this entertaining collection makes it clear that Grant's beloved screen persona was developing quickly. Paramount executive B.P. Schulberg had signed 28-year-old Grant to a five-year contract in 1932, and the British-born actor had already appeared in 15 films by the time he appeared in 1934's Thirty Day Princess, the first and arguably best feature in this three-disc set. Cowritten by Preston Sturges and bearing familiar trademarks of Sturges's later screwball classics, the plot finds newspaper publisher Grant falling for a visiting princess (Sylvia Sidney), only to discover that his affections are wrapped up in a breezy case of mistaken identity. Sidney plays two roles with seamless elegance (including impressive split-screen scenes in which she appears with herself), and Grant's suave demeanor is employed to good effect. The little-known gem Kiss and Make-Up was released barely two months later in 1934, with Grant in Paris as a Max Factor-like cosmetics mogul who marries a glamorous former client (Genevieve Tobin) but finds true love with his faithful secretary (Helen Mack) when he comes to his senses. The great character actor Edward Everett Horton costars as Mack's would-be suitor, giving this overlooked comedy an additional boost of amusement.
1935's Wings in the Dark will interest film historians because it was cowritten by pioneering female writer-director Nell Shipman, whose Howard Hawks-ian sense of adventure is on full display in an otherwise creaky melodrama in which inventor and aviator Grant is blinded by a gas explosion, and emerges from self-pity to stage a daring air rescue of his aviatrix wife (Myrna Loy). After being loaned out to RKO for his breakthrough role in 1935's Sylvia Scarlett opposite Katharine Hepburn, Grant returned to Paramount for Big Brown Eyes (released in April 1936), playing a crime-beat reporter paired with Joan Bennett in a lightweight mystery that benefits greatly from director Raoul Walsh's facility with streetwise plots and gritty handling of a baby-killer subplot involving jewel thieves Walter Pigeon and Lloyd Nolan. Wedding Present followed six months later (October '36), reuniting Grant and Bennett as competitive reporters whose relationship is strained when Grant is promoted to editor. Like all five films in this Screen Legend Collection, it's a light and thoroughly enjoyable vehicle for Paramount players including William Demarest, who went on to character-role stardom in the comedies of Preston Sturges. Cary Grant is in fine form here, and his music-hall experience is put to good use in several lightweight musical numbers. All in all, you can't go wrong with a five-film set for this price, especially since Grant was already showing a canny awareness of his own soon-to-be-iconic image. --Jeff Shannon

Make-up, Make-up, Make-up
Make-up, Make-up, Make-up
February 12 This photo makes me think of Jesse McCartney's song "Makeup" from his Departure album. Makeup I wanna see you when I wake up wake up wake up 'Cause you look good without make up make up make up Ain't nothin' on you phony phony phony You're sexy and you know it know it know it A little dose of you helps me to start my day Baby girl I'd really love to see your face And don't be surprised if you catch me gazing I'm takin' pictures in case you ever go away 'Cause baby I don't wanna miss a thing 'Cause you're too captivating I wanna see you when I wake up wake up wake up 'Cause you look good without make up make up make up Ain't nothin' on you phony phony phony You're sexy and you know it know it know it You're sexy but you know it know it know it (x2) You're sexy but ya know it Baby girl you don't even gotta try It's just your looks alone really light my fire 'Cause your body's blazing Baby when we go to sleep at night Oh I don't wanna close my eyes Why dream when I can have the real thing I wanna see you when I wake up wake up wake up 'Cause you look good without make up make up make up Ain't nothin' on you phony phony phony You're sexy and you know it know it know it You're sexy but you know it know it know it (x2) You're sexy but ya know it Girl you know that you got me And I thought you should know Girl you're so exotic From your head to your toes And I just thought I should tell you baby You're the reason I'm going crazy I wanna see you when I wake up wake up wake up 'Cause you look good without make up make up make up Ain't nothin' on you phony phony phony You're sexy and you know it know it know it You're sexy but you know it know it know it (x2) You're sexy but ya know it Sexy but ya know it
Secret #7 Smiles and make-up cover up so much these days [33:365]
Secret #7 Smiles and make-up cover up so much these days [33:365]
Ha, I don't even wear make-up. And I actually put lipstick on, and it's sooo gross! So I'm gonna coontail my hair. Ha. This'll be exciting. Pinkkkkkkkkkkk<3 ----------------------------- There are these icons [you know, the icons with all the little quotes that you used to use on Xanga instead of a real picture of yourself. *Way before Myspace and getting new defaults every week*] and they have these "girl secrets" and I'm gonna start taking pictures inspired by them.
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All Revved Up (Wicked Reads)
On the eve of his thirtieth birthday, Miguel Santos leaves his high-powered life behind for a visit to the small town he grew up in... and the high school sweetheart whose wild passion he's never stopped craving.

Faith Bennett loved Miguel the moment she saw him. But she always knew his future was in New York, while hers was tied to the auto shop that was her close-knit family's livelihood. Pushing him away nearly broke her, but when he took her heart with him, he left something precious behind.

Now he's back, demanding her body, her desire, her very soul as retribution for the pain he still carries. He won't settle for anything less than everything she's got, but she still can't leave with him and he still can't stay, and their past has secrets too explosive to share.

BONUS CONTENT: Excerpt of "Taking the Heat" by Sylvia Day

On the eve of his thirtieth birthday, Miguel Santos leaves his high-powered life behind for a visit to the small town he grew up in... and the high school sweetheart whose wild passion he's never stopped craving.

Faith Bennett loved Miguel the moment she saw him. But she always knew his future was in New York, while hers was tied to the auto shop that was her close-knit family's livelihood. Pushing him away nearly broke her, but when he took her heart with him, he left something precious behind.

Now he's back, demanding her body, her desire, her very soul as retribution for the pain he still carries. He won't settle for anything less than everything she's got, but she still can't leave with him and he still can't stay, and their past has secrets too explosive to share.

BONUS CONTENT: Excerpt of "Taking the Heat" by Sylvia Day