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Confessions Of The Makeup Artist
A makeup artist is an artist whose medium is the human body, applying makeup and prosthetics for theatrical, television, film, fashion, magazines and other similar productions including all aspects of the modeling industry.
This is a person who applies makeup professionally to models and other people before they appear on television, in films or any other public platform..
applies and changes makeup for photo sessions
(confession) a written document acknowledging an offense and signed by the guilty party
An admission or acknowledgment that one has done something that one is ashamed or embarrassed about
A formal admission of one's sins with repentance and desire of absolution, esp. privately to a priest as a religious duty
(confession) an admission of misdeeds or faults
A formal statement admitting that one is guilty of a crime
(confession) (Roman Catholic Church) the act of a penitent disclosing his sinfulness before a priest in the sacrament of penance in the hope of absolution
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Confessions Of A Wicked Woman
Its not Stephanie Monroe's fault that the small town folk of Mayfield can't tell the difference between her haute couture and lady-of-the-evening wear. After several citizen complaints, Stephanie gets booked by one of Mayfield's finest...and finest is definitely the word, from Jack Logan's strong jaw to the way he wears his holster. He's resurrecting Stephanie's long-buried, apple-pie good girl...and she needs to do something about it fast...Sheriff Jack Logan has worked hard to bury his devilish wild streak, but the minute he looks into Stephanie's eyes, he knows he's in trouble. More and more, Jack can't decide whether to drag her across the city limits or into his bed. One thing's for sure - the longer she stays in town, the more ready he is to shed his uniform and show Stephanie a whole new side to serve and protect...
Books I have not finished reading:
The Confessions of Saint Augustine--Read only the selections required for class work in a Penguin edition. Purchased this QPBC edition at a thrift store a few years back but have yet to open it.
Moby Dick: Three times I have started this book, and three times have failed to finsih it. I got about 3/4ths the way through this handsome 150th year Penguin Trade Edition and may yet give it another goal. This book truly is my white whale.
Swann's Way: Marcel Proust--everyone should read him. Sadly, I have only managed 174 pages of this Penguin edition of the first volume of what I knew in college as "Remembrance of Things Past." At least I have read about the madeleines.
Beowulf: Heaney's Translation, hardbound; I don't have any excuses--this is the best modernized version in print. I suffered through several stanzas in the archaic English and have never yet summoned the courage to return.
Ulysses: I have done well with Joyce--I read "Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man" with eagerness and finished "Finnegan's Wake" while in college. "Ulysses" has been a journey of frustration--two starts, with defeat before Bloom's mid-morning, although I have read the later third of the final chapter, including the famous, breathless, "...yes, I will, yes Yes!" I like ths handsome Random House hardbound edition even though it is missing the dust jacket.
There. I feel better now. Confessions make the heart pure!
What books have you begun but not finished? Are you brave enough to leave me a comment? Or perhaps you are like the professor in a poem I once read who felt ashamed because he was convinced that others could see he had never finished "Trisham Shandy."
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There's something in cell phone culture that says that screening your calls is an insult. I don't think it should be.
It's not that I don't like this person. It's just that sometimes I want to be alone, and you always call during that time. I'm sorry.
confessions of the makeup artist
Augustine is one of the greatest thinkers that the world has ever known, and it shines through in "The Confessions of St. Augustine". In this book, Augustine manages to cover an amazing number of topics, and does so in a beautiful way, filled with prayers to God. "The Confessions of St. Augustine" is a beautiful book. Augustines gradual turn toward God is glorious. This book beautifully illustrates the human ability for transformation and transcendence. Along with Meister Eckhart and Thomas Aquinas, "The Confessions of St. Augustine" gives one a good grasp of the early Christian and Catholic theory.