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Travel Make Up Brush Set





travel make up brush set






    make up
  • The composition or constitution of something

  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament

  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed

  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance

  • 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"

  • 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"





    travel
  • (of a device) Designed so as to be sufficiently compact for use on a journey

  • change of location: a movement through space that changes the location of something

  • the act of going from one place to another; "he enjoyed selling but he hated the travel"

  • change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news

  • The action of traveling, typically abroad

  • Journeys, esp. long or exotic ones





    brush
  • a dense growth of bushes

  • an implement that has hairs or bristles firmly set into a handle

  • A thin stick set with long wire bristles, used to make a soft hissing sound on drums or cymbals

  • rub with a brush, or as if with a brush; "Johnson brushed the hairs from his jacket"

  • An implement with a handle, consisting of bristles, hair, or wire set into a block, used for cleaning or scrubbing, applying a liquid or powder to a surface, arranging the hair, or other purposes

  • An act of sweeping, applying, or arranging with such an implement or with one's hand





    set
  • a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used; "a set of books"; "a set of golf clubs"; "a set of teeth"

  • A group of people with common interests or occupations or of similar social status

  • fit(p): (usually followed by `to' or `for') on the point of or strongly disposed; "in no fit state to continue"; "fit to drop"; "laughing fit to burst"; "she was fit to scream"; "primed for a fight"; "we are set to go at any time"

  • A group or collection of things that belong together, resemble one another, or are usually found together

  • A collection of implements, containers, or other objects customarily used together for a specific purpose

  • put: put into a certain place or abstract location; "Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"











travel make up brush set - Sigma Beauty




Sigma Beauty Travel Kit - Nice in Pink


Sigma Beauty Travel Kit - Nice in Pink



7 professional quality travel size brushes for a complete makeover! Brushes included in this kit: F30 POWDER BRUSH - Ideal to apply powder products on face and body. Natural bristles. F50 DUO FIBER BRUSH - Specially designed to generate an 'airbrushed' finish when used to apply liquid foundation. It can also be used to apply blush, highlight shades and loose pigments. Blend of synthetic and natural bristles. F40 LARGE ANGLED BRUSH - The angled shape makes this brush ideal to apply blush or contour shades. Natural bristles. F70 CONCEALER BRUSH - The rounded, tampered, flat shape makes this brush ideal to conceal the under eye area. Synthetic bristles. E30 PENCIL BRUSH - Precise application of color on the crease, outer corner, and upper and lower lash line. Natural bristles. E40 BLENDING BRUSH - Specially designed to apply and blend color on the crease. Natural bristles. E55 MEDIUM SHADER BRUSH - Can be used to apply pressed or loose eye shadows and pigments. Natural bristles. BRUSH Clutch: Stylish, easy to use, and easy to clean. Feature a convenient self-fastening closure. Made of pink leather-like synthetic material. FREE GIFT! Receive a FREE F60 travel size foundation brush with this kit! Can be used to apply liquid or cream foundation. It is also recommended to apply moisturizers and conceal large areas. Synthetic bristles.










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Thank you Flickr ;)




Thank you Flickr ;)





We’re about 10 days away from the exhibition, the excitement is definitely building up. The first one is always the momentous moment. It always makes you reflect on your journey. I’ve been on Flickr since early 2005 (I don’t know the exact date). I’ve always been drawn by photography but due to the expensive nature of film photography, it was always explored only during our travels.

My first upload on Flickr was a shot taken by my dad. It’s a very symbolic image as dad and I were always behind the camera but the thing about that shot was he never saw the end result. The photo was only developed after his demise.

Anyway my photography journey on Flickr began with a phone camera and scanned shots of our film photos. The quality of the hp image is questionable (since back then the technology had just begun growing) but there was potential and it definitely fuelled the passion.

January 2006 I purchased my first digital camera – the canon powershot a620 and never looked back. I learnt everything I know about photography with that little monster. I shot everything under the sun, read every single online site and magazine on photography terms and techniques and shot only with a manual setting. I would go through tonnes of images, learn and study what made an image.

I didn’t take any shortcuts. People assume they can take better photos by just copying others or buying a better camera or being a plain parasite learning from others without taking the time to brush up on their knowledge or acknowledging them. My advice to anyone who’s reading this if you really want to learn something brush up your basics, take the time to read the theory itself.

Only then did I start enhancing my photos with image tools like photoshop and picnik. Believe me I have done all the things you shouldn’t do like over contrasting images. But it definitely helped with the learning process. I joined groups on Flickr that criticize your flaws and tell you what you need to do. It’s a very painful process but it helped.

Then there were the friends I made.

I was looking through my contact list and realized Jimreeves was my first contact. I once told him if I needed to be happy I’d visit his stream, as there’s always such joy and love in his photos.

One of my earliest contact, guide and friend on Flickr would be Ezee. I think we’ve known each other for nearly 3 years now?

Ezee used to take the time to point out my errors and my one phase of over processing.

“actually thanks for telling me - n no way am i cross - i do want to learn more so unless someone points it out i won’t know” … from an old mail

Piscesdreamer has been another delightful friend who, I’ve known since way back in 2006 (I had to check).

Then there’s Devilmangod probably one of my first Malaysian flickr friends. I still remember the first shot of his that got me hooked – a portrait of a violinist.

December 2006 I joined the local flickr group and met some wonderful friends. 3 of us instantly clicked, Kenmin, Kervin and Syiqin.

That’s also where I met Johan. Johan has been a very important essence of my photography journey. You could call him my mentor, I learnt a lot from him.

He is always willing to teach and guide anyone. I learnt most of everything I know about off camera flash from him. Till today he is the one I would go to in regards to learning about a camera or purchasing one. I hadn’t wanted to get a kit lens when I was shopping for a dslr.

Johan gave me the best advice ever, listen to me you only need 2 at this point – the kit and the 50mm. and he was absolutely right.

So I never visit camera shops or doubt Johan, instead I bug him ;p When my camera got songkranified in Thailand he’s the one I ran to while limping (I had a nasty fall at that point);p

There’s another thing I love about Johan he takes the best portraits of me! If I ever decide to get married he’s shooting my wedding ;p

Flickr was also where I met Kaz, the friend I’m exhibiting with. Kaz frightened me at the beginning, it’s a pretty usual reaction because she is one strong personality of a woman.

We clicked on a 2 day trip to Malacca when she famously saved me from being deserted on a highway. Of course right before her car scared the daylights out of me. Since then we’ve been through loads and now people think we’re sisters! I’m told the resemblance is amazing! ;p

Though truthfully our mothers are the ones who look like 2 peas out of a pod though they don’t think so!

Kervin and I clicked instantly. Our photography journey has been pretty similar. We both swear by our tiny little p&s cameras and our photography is strikingly similar. We would have shot the same spot at different timings and yet we would be astonished with how similar it looked. We even purchased our dslr’s at the same time. He’s the kind of friend you always want by your side.

My other muhibah (harmonious – different race) siblings would be Syiqin and Kenmin. We’ve had some good times and her











HUMAN The Science behind what makes us unique




HUMAN The Science behind what makes us unique





The brain is the organ that sets us apart from any other species. It is not the strength of our muscles or of our bones that makes us different, it is our brain. - PaskoT. Rakic ` page 7

How the brain drives our thoughts and actions has remained elusive. Among the many unknown is the great mystery of how a thought moves from the depths of the unconscious to become conscious. As methods of studying the brain have become more sophisticated, some mysteries are solved, but it seems that solving one mystery often leads to the creation of many more. ~ page 9

Ralph Holloway, Professor of anthropology @ Columbia University - In mid-1960’s, he sested that the evolutionary changes in cogitative capacity are the result of brain reorganization rather than changes in size alone. The disagreement about how the human brain differs from those of other animals, and indeed how the brains of other animals differ from each other - whether in quantity or in quality - continues ~ page 11

To be sure, the human brain is a bizarre devise, set in place through natural selection for one purpose - to make decisions that enhance reproductive success. That simple fact has many consequences and is at the heart of evolutionary biology. Once grasped, it helps the brain scientists understand a major phenomenon of human brain function - its ubiquitous lateral cerebral specialization. Nowhere else in the animal kingdom is there such rampant specialization of function. ~ page 30

“Intelligence is a general mental capability that involves the ability to think abstractly, comprehend ideas and language, learn, plan, reason and solve problems.” But can one species’ intelligence really be compared to another? Perhaps a more useful definition of animal intelligence is that of Hubert Markl, former president of the Max Planck Society in Germany, who said it is ‘the ability to relate different unconnected pieces of information in new ways and to apply the results in an adaptive manner.” ~ page 47

There are many interesting studies of humans that show how hand gestures and language are connected. One study of twelve congenitally blind speakers found that they gestured as they spoke at the same rate as a group of sighted people, using the same range of gesture forms. The blind people would gesture while they spoke even when speaking to another blind person, which sests that gestures are tightly coupled to the act of speaking. Congenitally deaf people in isolated communities will develop their own fully communicative hand gesture language with syntax. ~ page 62

Richard Wrangham concludes that if emotion is the ultimate arbitrator of an action, the emotion that underlies aggression for both chimps and man is pride. He states that male chimps in their prime organize their whole lives around their rank. All decisions are guided by it, including when they get up in the morning, with whom they travel, whom they groom, and with whom they share food. All actions have the goal of becoming the alpha male. The difficulty of reaching this position causes aggression. With human it is much the same. Wrangham quotes Samuel Johnson, who observed in the eighteenth century, “No two people can be half an hour together, but one shall acquire an evident superiority over the other.” Just as today, men flaunt their status with expensive watches, cars, houses, women, and class-conscious societies ~ page 73

Bipedalism led to free hands and changed breathing patterns. Our arching and opposable thumbs have made it possible for us to develop the finest motor coordination of any species. Our unique larynx has allowed us to make the infinite number of sounds that we used for speech. Our mirror neuron system is far more extensive than has been found in other species, and we will see that it has far more ramifications than just languages. Other changes have been going on in our brains, changes that allow us to understand to a far greater extent than our chimp relatives that others have thoughts, beliefs, and desires. ~ page 75

The deep biological forces at work in producing our social mind will become evident as we consider how we got to this place. Even more tantalizing is the possibility that all those social relationships we now worry about so intensely are merely by-products of behavior originally selected to avoid our being eaten by predators. Natural selection mandated us to be in groups in order to survive. Once there, we construct our “meaningful” as well as our “manipulative” social relationships, with our interpretive minds every busy dealing with the stuff around us, most of which involves our fellow humans. While those human social relationships become central to our mental life, indeed become in many cases the riason d’etre of our lives, it is all generated by a process secondary to the real reason we fall into social groups. We now think about others all the time because that is how we are built. Without all those others, wit









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