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**Products Used: Please refer to this list as a reference if you have questions about particular shades/colors! Face: -Revlon Colorstay foundation in Golden Beige (all over face) -Maybelline Instant Rewind Double Face Perfector (under eyes and on blemishes/scars) -Everyday Minerals foundation in Golden Medium intensive (to set) -MAC blush in Emote (to contour cheekbones and around face) -Jane blush in Blushing Petal (on apples of cheeks) Eyes: -Too Faced Shadow Insurance (to prime lids and help prevent fading/creasing) -Revlon Illuminance Creme shadows in PrisMagics (stickier cream colored base) -VOV loose pearly mint shadow (bought out of country) -Covergirl quad in Tropical Fusion (that lovely teal color!) -NYX shadow in Champagne (butterscotch color) -NYX shadow in White Pearl -Avon Ultra Luxury eye liner in Dark Brown (on waterline and upper lashline) -Jane shadow in Hazelnut (dark brown) -E.L.F. dramatic lashes -Covergirl Lash Blast Lips: -NYX lipstick in Frosted Beige -Revlon Superlustrous lipgloss in Life's A Peach
21 Jan 2009
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June 18, 2007 In Ethiopian Desert, Fear and Cries of Army Brutality By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN IN THE OGADEN DESERT, Ethiopia — The rebels march 300 strong across the crunchy earth, young men with dreadlocks and AK-47s slung over their shoulders. Often when they pass through a village, the entire village lines up, one sunken cheekbone to the next, to squint at them. "May God bring you victory," one woman whispered. This is the Ogaden, a spindle-legged corner of Ethiopia that the urbane officials in Addis Ababa, the capital, would rather outsiders never see. It is the epicenter of a separatist war pitting impoverished nomads against one of the biggest armies in Africa. What goes on here seems to be starkly different from the carefully constructed up-and-coming image that Ethiopia — a country that the United States increasingly relies on to fight militant Islam in the Horn of Africa — tries to project. Video More Video » In village after village, people said they had been brutalized by government troops. They described a widespread and longstanding reign of terror, with Ethiopian soldiers gang-raping women, burning down huts and killing civilians at will. It is the same military that the American government helps train and equip — and provides with prized intelligence. The two nations have been allies for years, but recently they have grown especially close, teaming up last winter to oust an Islamic movement that controlled much of Somalia and rid the region of a potential terrorist threat. The Bush administration, particularly the military, considers Ethiopia its best bet in the volatile Horn — which, with Sudan, Somalia and Eritrea, is fast becoming intensely violent, virulently anti-American and an incubator for terrorism. But an emerging concern for American officials is the way that the Ethiopian military operates inside its own borders, especially in war zones like the Ogaden. Anab, a 40-year-old camel herder who was too frightened, like many others, to give her last name, said soldiers took her to a police station, put her in a cell and twisted her nipples with pliers. She said government security forces routinely rounded up young women under the pretext that they were rebel supporters so they could bring them to jail and rape them. "Me, I am old," she said, "but they raped me, too." Moualin, a rheumy-eyed elder, said Ethiopian troops stormed his village, Sasabene, in January looking for rebels and burned much of it down. "They hit us in the face with the hardest part of their guns," he said. The villagers said the abuses had intensified since April, when the rebels attacked a Chinese-run oil field, killing nine Chinese workers and more than 60 Ethiopian soldiers and employees. The Ethiopian government has vowed to crush the rebels but rejects all claims that it abuses civilians. "Our soldiers are not allowed to do these kinds of things," said Nur Abdi Mohammed, a government spokesman. "This is only propaganda and cannot be justified. If a government soldier did this type of thing they would be brought before the courts." Even so, the State Department, the European Parliament and many human rights groups, mostly outside Ethiopia, have cited thousands of cases of torture, arbitrary detention and extrajudicial killings — enough to raise questions in Congress about American support of the Ethiopian government. "This is a country that is abusing its own people and has no respect for democracy," said Representative Donald M. Payne, Democrat of New Jersey and chairman of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee on Africa and global health. "We've not only looked the other way but we've pushed them to intrude in other sovereign nations," he added, referring to the satellite images and other strategic help the American military gave Ethiopia in December, when thousands of Ethiopian troops poured into Somalia and overthrew the Islamist leadership. According to Georgette Gagnon, deputy director for the Africa division of Human Rights Watch, Ethiopia is one of the most repressive countries in Africa. "What the Ethiopian security forces are doing," she said, "may amount to crimes against humanity." Human Rights Watch issued a report in 2005 that documented a rampage by government troops against members of the Anuak, a minority tribe in western Ethiopia, in which soldiers ransacked homes, beat villagers to death with iron bars and in one case, according to a witness, tied up a prisoner and ran over him with a military truck. After the report came out, the researcher who wrote it was banned by the Ethiopian government from returning to the country. Similarly, three New York Times journalists who visited the Ogaden to cover this story were imprisoned for five days and had all their equipment confiscated before being released without charges. Ethiopia's Tiananmen Square In many ways, Ethiopia has a lot going for it these days: new buildings, new roads, low crime and a booming trade in cut flowers and coffee. It is the second most populous country in sub-Saharan Africa, behind Nigeria, with 77 million people. Its leaders, many whom were once rebels themselves, from a neglected patch of northern Ethiopia, are widely known as some of the savviest officials on the continent. They had promised to let some air into a very stultified political system during the national elections of 2005, which were billed as a milestone on the road to democracy. Instead, they turned into Ethiopia's version of Tiananmen Square. With the opposition poised to win a record number of seats in Parliament, the government cracked down brutally, opening fire on demonstrators, rounding up tens of thousands of opposition supporters and students and leveling charges of treason and even attempted to kill top opposition leaders, including the man elected mayor of Addis Ababa. Many opposition members are now in jail or in exile. The rest seem demoralized. "There are no real steps toward democracy," said Merera Gudina, vice president of the United Ethiopian Democratic Forces, a leading opposition party. "No real steps toward opening up space, no real steps toward ending repression." Ethiopian officials have routinely dismissed such complaints, accusing political protesters of stoking civil unrest and poking their finger into a well-known sore spot. Ethiopia has always had an authoritarian streak. This is a country, after all, where until the 1970s rulers claimed to be direct descendants of King Solomon. It is big, poor, famine-stricken, about half-Christian and half-Muslim, surrounded by hostile enemies and full of heavily armed separatist factions. As one high-ranking Ethiopian official put it, "This country has never been easy to rule." That has certainly been true for the Ogaden desert, a huge, dagger-shaped chunk of territory between the highlands of Ethiopia and the border of Somalia. The people here are mostly ethnic Somalis, and they have been chafing against Ethiopian rule since 1897, when the British ceded their claims to the area. The colonial officials did not think the Ogaden was worth much. They saw thorny hills and thirsty people. Even today, it is still like that. What passes for a town is a huddle of bubble-shaped huts, the movable homes of camel-thwacking nomads who somehow survive out here. For roads, picture Tonka truck tracks running through a sandbox. The primary elements in this world are skin and bone and sun and rock. And guns. Loads of them. Camel herders carry rifles to protect their animals. Young women carry pistols to protect their bodies. And then there is the Ogaden National Liberation Front, the machine-gun-toting rebels fighting for control of this desiccated wasteland. Rebels Live Off the Land Lion. Radio. Fearless. Peacock. Most of the men have nicknames that conceal their real identities. Peacock, who spoke some English, served as a guide. He shared the bitter little plums the soldiers pick from thorn bushes — "Ogaden chocolate," he called them. He showed the way to gently skim water from the top of a mud puddle to minimize the amount of dirt that ends up in your stomach — even in the rainy season this is all there is to drink. He pointed out the anthills, the coming storm clouds, the especially ruthless thorn trees and even a graveyard that stood incongruously in the middle of the desert. The graves — crude pyramids of stones — were from the war in 1977-78, when Somalia tried, disastrously, to pry the Ogaden out of Ethiopia's hands and lost thousands of men. "It's up to us now," Peacock said. Peacock was typical of the rebels. He was driven by anger. He said Ethiopian soldiers hanged his mother, raped his sister and beat his father. "I know, it's hard to believe," he said. "But it's true." He had the hunch of a broken man and a voice that seemed far too tired for his 28 years. "It's not that I like living in the bush," he said. "But I have nowhere else to go." The armed resistance began in 1994, after the Ogaden National Liberation Front, then a political organization, broached the idea of splitting off from Ethiopia. The central government responded by imprisoning Ogadeni leaders, and according to academics and human rights groups, assassinating others. The Ogaden is part of the Somali National Regional State, one of nine ethnic-based states within Ethiopia's unusual ethnic-based federal system. On paper, all states have the right to secede, if they follow the proper procedures. But it seemed that the government feared that if the Somalis broke away, so too would the Oromos, the Afar and many other ethnic groups pining for a country of their own. The Ethiopian government calls the Ogaden rebels terrorists and says they are armed and trained by Eritrea, Ethiopia's neighbor and bitter enemy. One of the reasons Ethiopia decided to invade Somalia was to prevent the rebels from using it as a base. The government blames them for a string of recent bombings and assassinations and says they often single out rival clan members. Ethiopian officials have been pressuring the State Department to add the Ogaden National Liberation Front to its list of designated foreign terrorist organizations. Until recently, American officials refused, saying the rebels had not threatened civilians or American interests. "But after the oil field attack in April," said one American official who spoke on the condition of anonymity, "we are reassessing that." American policy toward Ethiopia seems to be in flux. Administration officials are trying to increase the amount of nonhumanitarian aid to Ethiopia to $481 million next year, from $284 million this year. But key Democrats in Congress, including Mr. Payne, are questioning this, saying that because of Ethiopia's human rights record, it is time to stop writing the country a blank check. In April, European Commission officials began investigating Ethiopia for war crimes in connection to hundreds of Somali civilians killed by Ethiopian troops during heavy fighting in Mogadishu, Somalia's capital. Women Are Suffering the Most In the Ogaden, it is not clear how many people are dying. The vast area is essentially a no-go zone for most human rights workers and journalists and where the Ethiopian military, by its own admission, is waging an intense counterinsurgency campaign. The violence has been particularly acute against women, villagers said, and many have recently fled. Asma, 19, who now lives in neighboring Somaliland, said she was stuck in an underground cell for more than six months last year, raped and tortured. "They beat me on the feet and ," she said. She was freed only after her father paid the soldiers ransom, she said, though she did not know how much. Ambaro, 25, now living in Addis Ababa, said she was gang-raped by five Ethiopian soldiers in January near the town of Fik. She said troops came to her village every night to pluck another young woman. "I'm in pain now, all over my body," she said. " I'm worried that I'll become crazy because of what happened." Many Ogaden villagers said that when they tried to bring up abuses with clan chiefs or local authorities, they were told it was better to keep quiet. The rebels said thats was precisely why they attacked the Chinese oil field: to get publicity for their cause and the plight of their region (and to discourage foreign companies from exploiting local resources). According to them, they strike freely in the Ogaden all the time, ambushing military convoys and raiding police stations. Mr. Mohammed, the government spokesman, denied that, saying the rebels "will not confront Ethiopian military forces because they are not well trained." Expert or not, they are determined. They march for hours powered by a few handfuls of rice. They travel extremely light, carrying only their guns, two clips of bullets, a grenade and a tarp. They brag about how many Ethiopians they have killed, and every piece of their camouflage, they say, is pulled off dead soldiers. They joke about slaughtering Ethiopian troops the same way they slaughter goats. Their morale seems high, especially for men who sleep in the dirt every night. Their throats are constantly dry, but they like to sing. "A camel is delivering a baby today and the milk of the camel is coming," goes one campfire song. "Who is the owner of this land?" Will Connors contributed reporting from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. *******www.nytimes****/2007/06/18/world/africa/18ethiopia.html?_r
1 Mar 2009
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requested by AkeemHaleem our brother Isa (ninja mujahid) shows all the males how to wrap kuffiah scarf the ninja mujahid way. ya'll betta rock it. steps with pictures: *******www.campersafety****/shemaghrw.html Step 1: Fold the kuffiah into a triangle.(if not already) Wrap it around the back and over the top of your head, with the folded edge across your forehead, making sure that about two-thirds of the material is on your left. The right end ought to be long enough to come to your chest. Step 2: Use your left hand to pinch the kuffiah about 3 or 4 inches from the folded edge and let the edge hang forward. Step 3: Let go of the right end. Using your left hand, hold the edge of the kuffiah next to your left cheek and hold it near your left cheekbone. After you do this, use your right hand to pull the left end of the kuffiah across your face, over your nose. Step 4: Continue to wrap the kuffiah around your face and head until you get it back over your left shoulder. Grip the right tail and hold it to keep from pulling the shemagh off your head as you wrap. Work your hands down toward the ends as you wrap. Step 5: Pull the shemagh as tight as needed to feel comfortable. At the end of the process, take both ends and, somewhere near your right temple, tie them in a knot. A square knot will secure the kuffiah adequately.
6 Sep 2009
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collection of fave supermodel pics. It's not necessarily thinspo... it's a nice song, old pulp, love it. don't be such haters. cheers LYRIC Sitting alone on a cold bar stool your cold hard eyes make me feel a fool pastel-white features, high cheekbones scarlet blooded lips and deadly tones the girl of my nightmares sultry and corpselike the girl of my nightmares. brittle fingers and thin cigarettes so hard to tell appart she hasn't spoken yet, you put your hand on mine death white on brown, those whirlpool eyes well, I begin to drown the girl of my nightmares, erotic and skull-faced the girl of my nightmares. anorexic beauty, feather-weight perfection anorexic beauty, underweight godess. sitting alone on a cold bar stool you're so hard to tell appart she hasn't spoken yet, pastel white features, high cheek bones scarlett bloodedl lips and deathly tones the girl of my nightmares, sultry and corpse-like the girl of my nightmares. anorexic beauty, feather-weight perfection anorexic beauty, underweight godess.
6 Sep 2009
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Jim Bridger ~ Johnny Horton Jim Bridger, mountain man extraordinaire, was born in 1804 in Richmond, Virginia. In 1812, Bridger's father moved the family to a farm near St. Louis, Missouri. Ten years later, at the age of 22, young Bridger began his life as a trapper by joining the expedition led by William Ashley and Andrew Henry up the Missouri River as a beaver trapper. Along with Bridger on the expedition went three other future giants of the frontier -- Jedediah Smith, Thomas Fitzpatrick and Hugh Glass. Jedediah Smith, who was known for reading his Bible around the campfire, gave Bridger a nickname which would stick for life. He called him 'Old Gabe' because Bridger, with his self assured manner, reminded him of the angel Gabriel spreading the word of God. The party travelled in keelboats some 1,800 miles up the mouth of the Yellowstone River. Jim's education grew by leaps and bounds as he found out how to survive on the land. He came to know the uncharted lands like the back of his hand. Jim Bridger had undoubtedly found his niche. He would spend much of the next 60 years at the head of groups of trappers and fur hunters for the Rocky Mountain Fur Company, of which he was a founder, and the American Fur Company. In 1842, however Bridger and fellow trapper Pierre Luis Vasquez set about building a settlement on Black's Fork of the Green River in what is now Wyoming. The settlement, known as Fort Bridger, would become a vital stopping off point for wary travellers on the overland trail west. The travellers found in Jim Bridger an excellent host. One diary reported the following about the man behind Fort Bridger: " He was excessively kind and patient with me in laying down the route to Salt Lake, taking the trouble of drawing a chart with charcoal on the door, pointing out a new line that had never been attempted, which would be a short cut of thirty miles." That account underscores Bridger's vast knowledge of the west. According to Captain John W. Gunnison in an 1834 report, " With a buffalo skin and a piece of charcoal he will map out any portion of this vast region with wonderful accuracy. His renown in the area of plotting and charting maps grew. In 1851, he was assigned by the United States Government to draw the official maps that established the tribal boundaries according to the Fort Laramie Peace Treaty. By his mid thirties Jim Bridger had grown into a fine specimen of a man. He stood at just over six feet, had a lean, muscular physique and sharp facial features. According to an 1837 copy of the Cincinnati Atlas, "His cheekbones were high, his nose hooked or acquiline, the expression of his eyes mild and thoughtful, that of his face grave almost to solemnity." The highlight of the trapper's year was the annual rendezvous. Bridger richly enjoyed such get togethers. He was a natural fireside entertainer. He would amaze his listeners with stories about his adventures and the sights he had seen. Bridger had the ability to mesmerize Indians as well as white men with his tales. On one occasion a Captain Howard Stansbury was amazed to see him keep a circle of Sioux and Cheyenne intrigued for over an hour with a tall tale that was told completely in sign language. Bridger kept himself busy trapping and scouting after Fort Bridger was established. He laid out a stage route west from Denver for the Central Overland and Pike's Peak Express Company. He also guided 300 prospectors to Montana goldfields. He also spent some time as a guide for the U.S. Army in their quest for hostile Indians. One day while scouting ahead of an army column near Tongue River in Wyoming Territory in 1865, Bridger pointed out some smoke rising at a distant point. The Captain, however, saw nothing, even with the aid of field glasses. As they advanced other scouts began reporting an Indian village with campfires up ahead. Just two years later, however, failing eyesight caused Bridger to retire from his position as an army scout. He purchased a farm in Kansas City, Missouri and settled into the life of a farmer. He died there in 1881. He was 77 years of age.
6 Feb 2010
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High cheekbones. Dazzling eyes. Supermodel pout. Get runway-ready with celebrity makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury as she shares her tips and tricks backstage at the 2008 Victorias Secret Fashion Show.
15 Feb 2010
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A Rihanna "how to" makeup tips video tutorial inspired from Take A Bow and Live Your Life. Purchase the Glitter here: *******tiny.cc/Glitter Purchase Rihanna Wig here: *******tiny.cc/RihannaWig Purchase best lLip Plumber: *******tiny.cc/LipPlumberSmashbox Use a concealer under the eyes, around the nose and to cover any imperfections. Next use an all over foundation applied with a sponge - choose a foundation slightly lighter than your natural skin tone. Apply a blendible powder all over concentrating on the nose and chin area. Dust a bronzer all over the face with a large makeup brush to knock off any loose powder. Highlight the top of the cheek with a high lighting or glimmer powder. Apply a brown/pink blush to the cheekbone line and blend up towrds the temple. Apply a golden yellow, shimmer eyeshadow to the entire lid, right to the corner of the eye. Use a very light yellow shimmer eyeshadow just below the brow line. Aplly a warm brown eyeshadow along the lash line and in the crease of the eye with a eyeshadow brush. Line the top lid with a kohl black eyeliner as close to the eyelashes as possible. Line the inside rim of your eye with the same black kohl eyeliner and then underneath the lash line, all the way to the corner of the eye. Lightly smudge the top and bottom line with a eyeshadow sponge brush. Apply black mascara to the top and bottom lashes, concentrating on the outside corner lashes. Apply a plumbing lip gloss to the lips and then line them with a lip line that will match your lip stick. Fill in with a matching lip gloss and then apply your red lipstick all over. To complete the lips, dab your glitter in the center of the bottom and top lip.
9 Mar 2010
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Mighty Boosh presents more funny lyrics and free video clips. The lure of Cheekbone magazine and the lights of London town lead to begging for cheese in Dalston for the crack fox. Prince Vince takes pity on perhaps the freakiest of the Mighty Boosh inventions in this clip from the latest series of Noel Fielding and Julain Barratt's alternative comedy. Animations provided by Noel Fielding. From the BBC. Watch MORE Mighty Boosh clips with BBC Worldwide in our playlist here: *******www.youtube****/view_play_list?p=9702C829585B23A4
19 Apr 2010
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Mc Solaar-La Belle Et Le Bad Boy one of my favorite songs :) Album-Cinquième As] Ils s'etaient rencontres sur les bancs d'l'ecole Entre une heure de colle de maths ou d'un cours d'espagnol C'etait un fille fun fana de football Lui ne craignait pas les balles, c'etait le goal C'qu'il lui promettait c'etait des ballades en Corvette Pour l'instant en survet, il volait des mobylettes Mais entre eux c'etait toujours complicite Escale sur un piedestal un reve delimite S'il devenait triangle, elle serait rectangle La belle et le bad boy, le triangle rectangle C'est comme passer de Joe Dassin a Jodeci Un vrai truc de ouf style pur clip de R&B Elle vit le grand amour, qui commence dans la cour Se poursuit dans les tours et rime toujours avec toujours Mais le contexte est plus fort que le concept Son mec se jette dans les flammes et il se lave avec. Les sous ensembles dans les grands ensembles s'assemblent La belle et le bad boy(x3) Les sous ensembles dans les grands ensembles s'assemblent Les sous ensembles dans les grands ensembles s'assemblent Pour gagner des sous ensemble Parlent sans faire semblant de faire des coups ensemble Et si c'est sanglant. Ils plaident devant Dieu ensemble. Vu Ils etait convaincant, elle etait convaicue A croire qu'aujourd'hui s'arreter etait exclu Ils trafiquent des faux billets avec des reseaux slaves. Balancent la concurence. en France c'est un delit grave. Risque pour les pommettes, les mecs sortent des baumettes. lui n'a qu'un truc en tete, c'est la quete de sa Corvette. Ambiance paranoiaque. L'equipe adverse traine Des projectiles partent quand une BM freine Quand elle tombe, il a les larmes aux yeux Deux balles de 22. Vingt deux ans adieu Le contexte est plus fort que le concept Son mec s'est jette dans les flammes il faut qu'il se lave avec Les sous ensembles dans les grands ensembles s'assemblent La belle et le bad boy(x3) Les sous ensembles dans les grands ensembles s'assemblent They met back in school Between a math class and a spanish class She was a soccer fan But he didn't fear balls, it was the goal Only thing he promised was rides in a Corvette But for now, he was stealing scooters Between them there was always complicity Stop on a pedestal, a clear dream if he became triangle, she would be rectangle The beauty and the bad boy, the triangular rectangle It's like going from Joe Dassin to Jodeci A real R&B videoclip drama She's living the great love, that begins in the court Continues during tours and always rhymes with "toujours" But the context is sronger than the concept Her man jumps into the flames and showers in them Small ensembles in big ensembles assemble The beauty and the bad boy x3 Small ensembles in big ensembles assemble small ensembles in big ensembles assemble To win money together Talk without giving the impression of doing business together And when it gets bloody, they plead God together. See. They were convincing, She was convinced To think today that stopping was out of the question They traffic counterfeit money with Slavic networks Beat the competition. In France it's a serious offense Risk to the cheekbones, the guys out of baumettes. it has only one trick en tete, it is the quest of his Corvette. Paranoiac environment, the adverse team lags behind Projectiles go off when a BMW brakes When she falls, tears drop off his eyes Two .22 bullets. Twenty two(years old) Goodbye The Context is stronger than the concept Her man jumps into the flames He has to shower in them Small ensembles in big ensembles assemble The beauty and the bad boy x3 Small ensembles in big ensembles assemble
16 Dec 2010
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I forget the Lawn Mower guy comes every Wednesday. So when I was filming, I had so much background Noises. As much as I hate doing voice overs, that was the only Option. Thanks again for the wonderful comments on my Lookalike video of Angelina. That"s why I got Inspired to do this Tutorial First. If you don't want to look like Angelina ...You can still learn how to create fake double eyelid ,Contour your face and Cheekbones and Make your lips look Fuller !!!! I know some of You have waited a life time for this :) And please remember that everyone has different facial structures so You might need to contour and shape it in slightly different ways :D Check out more CELEBRITY TRANSFORMATIONS on My facebook Fan page : Promise Tamang Phan Products Used Stippling Brush : Lancome Kabuki Brush : IQQU Liquid Foundation : Lancome Fresh Wear Powder Foudation : Amazing Cosmetics Brown Eyebrow Pencil : Sonia Kushak Concealer Wheel : Lise Watier White Eyeshadow : Polyester Bride URBAN DECAY Contouring Brown Eyeshadow : Coastel scent 88 Matte Palette Light Brown Eyeshadow : Smog URBAN DECAY Black Eyeshadow : Oil Slick URBAN DECAY White Eyeliner : Blanc Lancome Mascara : Lancome Liquid Black Eyeliner : ULTA Eyelashes : NYX Blush : NARS Super Orgasm LipLiner : LE LIPSTIQUE natural Mauve lipliner Lipgloss: MAC just Superb Wig : i flipped the wig and wore it *******cgi.ebay****/New-long-Dark-Brown-Fashion-Wavy-wig-/300487596240?pt=US_CSA_MWA_Wigs_Extensions&hash=item45f674d8d0#ht_2387wt_907 Eye Contacts : Pinky Paradise**** 'Geo Green Twin Series' Type in Code : PROMISE to get Extra discount ! Have a Super Sweetastic Day .!!!
24 Mar 2011
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Hey bubbiful ones! Time for another hair tutorial. I'll demonstrate step by step how to create Chic & Sophisticated hair. I often see singers, models and famous actresses in HK, S.Korea or even in Europe wear their hair in huge quiffs/poofs. The added height makes the face appear sharper and slimmer (believe it or not). I demonstrate 4 possible hairstyles which are all sophisticated, sassy and edgy. One particular style is inspired by Sandara from 2NE1. You guys don't see me show my entire face often because I have a high forehead and I do have a round face lol. Therefore I have always been self conscious I guess. However, my mum always tells me to clip my fringe up because I look fresher and more awake. We will always be our own harsh critics. She is right tho- you will def look more fresh-faced with these hairstyles because your cheekbones will stand out. This is probably the ONLY tutorial where I really 'tease' my hair. You guys can understand why. I don't like teasing my hair often because it just isn't good for the hair. I recommend teasing hair for special occasions only. Again- shoutout to awesome instrumental creator "GPBeatz" for awesome instrumental of 'Soom' by Beast. Hope you guys enjoy this quickie! Take care and I'll speak to you soonie!! Much love, Bubz xx Follow me on Twitter: *******www.twitter****/bubzbeauty Bubzbeauty Official Website: *******www.bubzbeauty**** Shop the Bubbi Clothing Line: *******bubbi.bubzbeauty**** Connect with me at the Bubzbeauty Fanpage where I chill n catch up with you guys ^^ *******www.facebook****/pages/Bubzbeauty-Official/181811348879
2 May 2011
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The clip Gwen Building Up Lies Part 2 from HouseSitter (1992) completely tied up in knots. Okay! No, I mean as in anxiety. And I did this horrible thing; I left. I know what it is, it's Becky. I gotta close the book on that. I'm gonna sell the house. There you go. We just talk and talk. There's so much to talk about. We have this amazing communication. It's like Chinese food. Excuse me? Like on Thursdays and you can't deal with dinner? He comes home with this big bag of Chinese take-out. It's just... like he knew! That's amazing. I know, Chinese food. Can you stand it? That's fabulous. Are you finished with that? Mmm. Ooh, that's good. So, you were starting to tell me how the two of you met. Oh, right. I'm crossing Boylston street... and this moron doing a right on red plows right into me and then takes off. We never did catch him. Were you hurt? My nose was busted, both cheekbones were cracked, and the front of my jaw was fractured. They had me all taped up like one of those mummies... and all you could see were my eyeballs and my lips. My God! So I'm in this hospital room... and I'm sharing it with this woman who works for an architectural firm. Davis came in and brought her balloons. He felt sorry for me on account of my being a mummy, and he gave me one of the balloons. He came back the next day to visit me, then the next and then the next. It wasn't like a come-on because he hadn't even seen my face. It was just two people talking, during which came out that... I didn't have the insurance to pay for the bill so he paid for it. Davis did? How long were you in? Two weeks. How could he afford that? He's got all of his money in that house.
26 Oct 2011
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The clip drinking at a funeral from You Kill Me (2007) Ah! I'm drinking that. Sorry. He hasn't looked that alive in years. I was working from old pictures. You did this? Mm-hmm. Well, thank you. Thank you very much. God bless you. You did good work here. I'm Walter Fitzgerald. Frank Falenczyk. Patrick here was my wife's brother. She's taking it pretty hard. I can see that. Would you have a drink with us, Frank? No, thank you. I'm trying to quit. I tried that once. Didn't take. When did you start? Not too long ago. What's the difference then? Have a nip. No, really. Thank you. You'd refuse a dying man his last request? Sorry. You dying? For fuck's sake, I'm talking about Patrick. That's what this party's all about- sending him on his way. Thank you. Really. I can't. I'm working. I got to keep an eye on things. He's not going anywhere. Ah, Katie! This is Frank from the parlor. He's who fixed up our Patrick all nice like this. Oh, God bless you. Oh, that's nice. Margie Rose. Margie, look. This is the man who fixed Patrick's cheekbones. Aw, bless your heart. Will you have a drink with us, Frank, huh? Uh, really, I shouldn't. Says he's on the wagon. Really? What is he, some kind of Mary? To Patrick! May neighbors respect you, troubles neglect you, the angels protect you and Heaven accept you. To Patrick, the biggest pain in my ass! And the best friend I could have ever
26 Oct 2011
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The clip paint classmates cut their faces from Cinderella (2006) Hello? Hyunsu's cell phone is off. Is she with you? It's your mom. No, Tell her to call me if you see her. Don't even think about it. Or you're dead. Damn. You're no fun. What happened? Chisel it here and here. Make your lips fatter. Lower the cheekbones. And deepen the eyelids. Make your eyes bigger. Inflate it here. Chisel your jaw a bit. Your ears aren't pretty. This will do. I'll make you pretty. I'll make you pretty.
26 Oct 2011
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The clip Lucy meets George Wade from Two Weeks Notice (2002) Hello, have a good day. Thank you, ma'am. So you're Russian, you say? 100%. Hence, blond hair, blue eyes, cheekbones. Sorry to have kept you so long, but at least I feel I know everything about you. And I you. You know, usually I'm so nervous at interviews, but that was fun. Yes. Isn't "fun" fun? It's been a pleasure, Tiffany. Mr. Wade? Mr. Wade? Hi, I'm Lucy Kelson. I'm an attorney. Have you ever heard of Saint-Tropez Law School? No. Shame. Where did you go to law school? Harvard. Harvard? Yes. Intriguing. Tell me more. What's your background? I don't see how that's relevant. I work for the Coalition for the Homeless. I'm working at Legal Aid. That can't pay much. Well, I'm not very interested in money. Now, Mr. Wade... Wait a minute. You're Kelson. You lie in front of our wrecking balls. You attacked the Zegman brothers... I did not. It's not my fault they walked under a protest sign. You're not here for a job? I'm here representing... ...the Coney Island Community Center. It was built in 1922. It's the heart of Coney Island. It has adult education, basketball... ...CPR, Lamaze, water ballet, senior's tae kwon do. It's great. For children, it's a home away from home. I mean, I practically grew up there. It's lovely, but Trump has the inside track. Nice to meet you. No, Mr. Wade, you don't understand. I live there, as well as my parents. They know Assemblyman Perez, who's on the board. If you can guarantee the preservation of this center, I can guarantee you the build. But why us? Why Wade? Well, I can't get in to see Trump and the Zegmans have a restraining order.
13 Nov 2011
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Swiss punk rock celebrities sing for beer and fame. Taken from the Teenage Kings/Hukedicht Split-Album "Fist Fight Story" (www.teenagekings.ch, www.hukedicht.ch). Featuring Admiral James T., Rams, Grau, Peacocks, Vinyl Pirate, Snotty Cheekbones and many more
15 Nov 2011
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