Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Do You Need to be?

Young Kimber

Trade Places ... ?

Yes ....

For You Too

Listen ....

Ready Three

Not Mine .. Listen Up

For You To See

An Oldie

Blue and Black

Getting Ready

Ready Two

Blue ...


Kiss Kiss

Prerfer Black

Always Do!

Yours... If You Want Me!

I Love to Poll Dance ... and Lap Dance, too!

Very Nice

Yum ... and More Yum

I Know You Want me

Too Big ... Or Is HE Ever too Big?

Yum, Yum ...........

Love to Be In Pink with BBC


Don't Color Me an UN ....

Today's Word "Obviate"

obviate \AHB-vi-yeyt\ (verb) - To make unnecessary or prevent (an action).
"Jason was rather upset after Lana's introductory remarks obviated most of his speech"
Latin obviare "meet, withstand, prevent" from the preposition-prefix ob "to, toward" and via-re "go, travel". Related to via "road, way" and derived from the same Indo-European source as German "Wag-en", English "wag-on" and "way", as well as the veh- of "vehicle".

Love Red

Top Mistakes


The sexiest makeup is the application no one notices. But is clumpy mascara, caked foundation or sloppy lip liner keeping you from looking your best? Rona Berg, Lifescript Beauty Expert, shares the top 10 makeup mistakes you’re making and how to better apply your favorite products...
Women apply cosmetics to look better, to enhance their beauty - not detract from it.

“Your makeup should never enter the room before you do,” says
Rona Berg, author of Fast Beauty: 1,000 Quick Fixes (Workman Publishing).

Makeup Mistake #1: Dark lip liner and light lipstick
Along with spandex and big hair, Berg says, “this is one look that should have stayed in the 80s.”

Choose lip liner in a shade close to your natural lip color, she says.

Line and color in your pucker, then top with sheer gloss.

If you use dark liner, like a red or berry shade, fill in your mouth completely, and then top with clear gloss, not a light lipstick. Makeup Mistake #2: Lip liner extending beyond the lip line
What you learned in kindergarten still holds true: Coloring outside the lines is sloppy.

To fake a bigger pout:

1. Hug your lip line with the pencil.

2. Line just the border, but not beyond.

3. Color in your lips and apply a lip-plumping product.

4. Finish with a dab of clear or light gloss on the center of your lower lip; it will reflect the light and make your lips appear fuller.

Makeup Mistake #3: Drawn-in eyebrows
Women with lush, full brows should skip any added color; all they need are tweezers for stray hairs and some brow gel.

To plump up sparse brows, dip an angled brush into brow powder, says Ashunta Sheriff, a makeup artist for Christian Dior, who has worked with Alicia Keys and Hilary Duff.

Move the brush along the natural line of the brow, extending it to the edge of the eye.If your brows are super-thin, Sheriff recommends making short, feathery strokes with a pencil, then topping brows with powder.
Makeup Mistake #4: Eyeliner drawn way past the outer corner of the top eyelid The “cat-eye” (or Cleopatra) effect is sultry, but not if you go overboard.

Use a pencil if you’re a beginner; liquid liner is more glamorous but requires skill and a steady hand.

Here's how to create a perfect eye:

1. Draw a line along the root of the lashes from the inner to outer corner.

2. At the outer edge, subtly slant the line upward.

Extend the line no farther than a quarter inch past your eye (or just a tad bit farther for a more dramatic look).

Use your eyebrow as a guide: Don’t take the line past its edge. Makeup Mistake #5: Clumpy mascara
For long, clump-free lashes, follow these tips from Berg:

1. Before you apply, wipe the mascara wand against the opening of the tube to get rid of any excess mascara.

Wiggling the wand from side to side, from the base of your lashes to the tips, is the way to avoid clumps.

2. Before the mascara dries, comb through your lashes with an old toothbrush or an eyelash comb to separate them and get rid of the gunk.

3. If you want, apply a second coat, then comb through again.

Makeup Mistake #6: Obvious line of blush
Toss out the dinky brush that came in the compact.

A bigger brush will distribute the color more evenly.

“After you dip the brush into the blush, knock it gently on the back of your hand to get rid of excess powder,” Sheriff says.

Smile and apply the blush in short, upward strokes on the apples of your cheeks, blending up to the hairline and ear.

“It will give you a flushed, natural glow,” Sheriff says.If you apply too much, tone down the color with a light dusting of translucent powder.

Finding your best blush color may require some experimentation… or a visit to a makeup counter.

But as a rule of thumb, bright colors are a don’t. When in doubt, stick with a pinky/peach hue with a soft shimmer.

Makeup Mistake #7: Bright blue mascara
Teal or cerulean mascara is young, punkish and more suited for rebellious teens. Indigo and navy, on the other hand, are polished and chic for 20-somethings and beyond.

Dark blue mascara can brighten up the whites of your eyes, which is especially useful when you’re tired or your eyes are bloodshot.

“It’s pretty on all eye colors and flattering to everyone,” Berg says.

If blue still seems too outrageous, go for a more subtle look by applying regular black mascara and just tipping the edges of your lashes with blue, Berg suggests.
Makeup Mistake #8: Caked-on foundationSuffocating your skin with a heavy cover-up will only draw attention to the problem you’re trying to hide. Instead, try these tricks:

For fine lines: Mix in a little moisturizer with your foundation, which will prevent the formula from seeping into the lines.

For blemishes: “Mineral makeup can give great coverage for pockmarks and acne,” Berg says.

Berg also recommends gel foundations, such as those offered by cosmetic company Chantecaille: “It’s expensive, but it works. It looks like real skin.”

Makeup Mistake #9: Foundation line on jaw
To avoid a telltale foundation mask, the first step is to select the right shade.

Here are Berg's tips:

1. Ask a salesperson at the makeup counter to pick out several shades, then test a few on your cheek.

2. Step outside into natural light and use a hand mirror to see which shade looks best on you.Our necks are often a different color than our faces and chests, says Sheriff.

That's why it’s important to blend foundation down into the neck for a uniform color. Use a makeup sponge to create a seamless edge.

Makeup Mistake #10: Lining eyes only halfway
A strong, hard line all the way around your eye can make your peepers look smaller and closer together, but lining them only halfway looks silly.

The solution?

“A softer line can make your eyes look bigger,” Berg says.

Here's how to achieve a softer line:

1. Line your top and bottom lids at the inner edge of the iris and extend the liner to the outer corner of your eye.

2. Then, gently smudge the line toward the inner corner of your eye to create a softer look.
Are You a Makeup Maven or Mishap?Most women experiment with makeup in their teens, giving them plenty of time to figure out which products and techniques work best. But some women never learn. Are you one of these makeup offenders? Find out if the foundation of your cosmetics knowledge is well-blended, or caking under layers of bad habits with this makeup quiz.


Your confidence can put you in danger's way. Be aware of the risks before you do anything brave. Those in leadership roles must tread carefully lest they charge in the wrong direction.

Encircle me.

Today's Word "Cingular"
Encircling or surrounding
cingular (SING-gyuh-luhr) (adjective) - 1 : Of or pertaining to a cingulum, an anatomical band or girdle on an animal or plant. 2 : Encircling, girdling, surrounding.

"Cedric feared little when he found himself amidst cingular group of gunmen as, should any of them fire, they were as likely to shoot each other as they were him."

From Latin cingulum (girdle), from cingere (to gird). Other words that are derived from the same roots are cincture, precinct, shingles, and succinct.