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I have very fair skin and wear the extra light color. It stays all day and so does the eyeshadow. Be careful of putting on too much. Make sure to keep the lid on tight. March 14, - Published on Amazon.
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I also have very sensitive skin, and I don't seem to be having any reactions from this so far. I think this will be my go-to concealer from now on! August 7, - Published on Amazon. This was the first make-up beauty product I had ever purchased for myself, and I'm still happy with it.
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For reference, I have dehydrated skin overall, but an oily t-zone. As a result, my forehead is extremely acne-prone but everywhere else on my face is clear. I actually use this concealer alone-- no primer, powder yet it manages to last at least 8 hours It is a very creamy concealer, and I'm sure it would last even longer if I were to set it with a powder. I use a small bit on clean skin to cover up my skin redness, under-eye darkness and other skin pigmentation. I get a medium yet natural finish. The shade "Lighter than Light" matches my confusing skin tone, surprisingly!
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I have a cool blue undertone, but my surface skin tone itself pulls very yellow. Lighter than Light is quite pink looking in the container, but it manages to match my shade and doesn't stand out and all lighting. October 29, - Published on Amazon. I really loved this product in the past. As he touches the face of God and plunges into hells, Rimbaud also struggles with a tempestuous affair with the other leading poet of his time, Verlaine.
All by the time he was Disillusioned with poetry and his failure to transform the world, he gives up literature. He wanders, then turns to trading guns and goods on the shores of the Red Sea. Rimbaud died at 37 a victim of cancer. Man, what was up with those 19th century geniuses? Professor Starkie tells the story well.
She writes clearly with a fine eye for illuminating details. The analysis of the poems is grounded, free of ideology and well based in the works themselves. Starkie also seems naive about hashish and homosexuality. Overall, this is a fine work of scholarship and of intellectual integrity as well as a beautiful tribute to one of greatest poets to have graced the planet. The best were Estes Rockets, made here in Colorado.
My great aunt worked in the factory outside of Florence. These beauties came with powerful fuel chambers.
And FOOM, a spurt of orange and the rocket would woooosh up up up and at the top of the arc, a plastic parachute would blow open and the rocket would drift down. That was only the beginning. I had a full on huge model of the Apollo capsule as part of a GI Joe action figure set. All of the kids — Steve, Dave, Dave Trujillo, Scott, Russ — had helmets and some even had space boots, which really helped sell the effect.
And I had a model of the Saturn, the capsule, and best, of all, the lunar module itself, a totally sci fi looking object, all insect and slope eyed, brutally styled with those planes and oddly delicate along the legs. Our imaginations pulsed with astronauts, space ships, distant planets, Star Trek, aliens, men in the moon. We read sci-fi non-stop. Some of us. We marveled how Jules Verne managed to predict so much about the lunar voyage. Bill, a fellow obsessive, and I would trade facts about the thrust force of the engines, the weight of the space suits.
We had favorites. Mine was Buzz Aldrin — something about his face appealed to me, and he seemed like the smartest one. No one wanted to identify with the one left behind. I felt Aldrin got cheated on being the first one out of the lunar module. I pleaded with my mother to take me to see , endlessly, relentlessly. I was too young, and she kept saying so, until, uncharacteristically, worn down, she gave in. The film in its chilly eternities opened up something sublime and terrifying inside of me.
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I had nightmares for weeks afterwards, thinking of the astronaut whom HAL cut off and sent driving into the the endless void. And, of course, television. Walter Cronkite was the only announcer we believed in. The launch, yes, with the Jovian power bursting out of the television as the great rocket blasted off and arched into the sky.
The day of the landing, we all sat glued to the big square hulk of the family black and white. The landing especially was almost unbearable. Armstrong bounced down, and said his line. We began to breathe again. The flag looked strange and crinkly as they saluted. I wandered out into the hot evening, barefooted, feeling the nice roughness of the concrete driveway. I went to the end of it, and looked up. Sure enough, the moon was there, and my brain seemed to expand and stretch and knock against its own walls as I tried to realize, and tried to imagine those men on that moon.
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We celebrated like sports fans, but it only looked like that. It went deeper. But we have our moments — not so much in the exploits of those daring astronauts as in the opening of our imaginations to new terrors, new visions, and new lives. He draws you into his world, one of serfs, petty nobles, and birches, sure, but also one filled with passionate characters who often stumble through a hard-won wisdom.
Then he rebels, writes new work that transcends anything ever written and remakes poetry forever. As he touches the face of God and plunges into hells, Rimbaud also struggles with a tempestuous affair with the other leading poet of his time, Verlaine. All by the time he was Disillusioned with poetry and his failure to transform the world, he gives up literature. He wanders, then turns to trading guns and goods on the shores of the Red Sea.
Rimbaud died at 37 a victim of cancer. Man, what was up with those 19th century geniuses? Professor Starkie tells the story well. She writes clearly with a fine eye for illuminating details.