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Kim Kardashian Teases New Lipstick & Rocks Hot Pink Shadow — Get The Exact Look

Added: 20.02.2018 15:17 | 1 views | 0 comments

Kim K is known for her nude lips, and now she is modeling her very own shade of lipstick, coming soon from her KKW Beauty line!

From: hollywoodlife.com

The top 10 audiobooks on Audible.com

Added: 20.02.2018 13:51 | 0 views | 0 comments

Audible.com best-sellers for week ending February 16th: Fiction 1.The Dispatcher by John Scalzi, narrated by Zachary Quinto (Audible Studios) 2.Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, narrated by Wil Wheaton (Random House Audio) 3.Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, narrated by Stephen Fry (Audible Studios) 4.The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah, narrated by Julia Whelan (Macmillan Audio) 5.The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen, narrated by Julia Whelan (Macmillan Audio) 6.A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'Engle, narrated by a full cast (Listening Library) 7.The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn, narrated by Anne Marie Lee (Harper Audio) 8.Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate, narrated by Emily Rankin and Catherine Taber (Random House Audio) 9.Night Moves by Jonathan Kellerman, narrated by John Rubenstein (Random House Audio) 10.Zero Hour by Craig Alanson, narrated by R.C. Bray (Podium Publishing) Nonfiction 1.West Cork by Sam Bungey and Jennifer Forde, narrated by Sam Bungey andn Jennifer Forde (Audible Originals) 2.The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F(asterisk)ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson, narrated by Roger Wayne (HarperAudio) 3.Attached by Amir Levine and Rachel S. F. Heller, narrated by Walter Dixon (Gildan Media, LLC) 4.Enlightenment Now by Steven Pinker, narrated by Arthur Morey (Penguin Audio) 5.Unf(asterisk)ck Yourself by Gary John Bishop, narrated by the author (Harper Audio) 6.How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie, narrated by Andrew MacMillan (Simon & Schuster Audio) 7.Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff, narrated by the author and Holter Graham (Macmillan Audio) 8.The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg, narrated by Mike Chamberlain (Random House Audio) 9.Principles by Ray Dalio, narrated by the author and Jeremy Bobb (Simon & Schuster Audio) 10.The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish, narrated by the author (Simon & Schuster Audio) ______

From: feeds.foxbusiness.com

Emilia Wickstead puts on a show fit for Meghan Markle at London Fashion Week 2018

Added: 20.02.2018 4:50 | 1 views | 0 comments

A typically pretty collection in pleasing shades of mustard, cherry, rose pink and sky blue

From: www.standard.co.uk

Behold: Gigi Hadid's Space-Age Pink Bob at Jeremy Scott's NYFW Show

Added: 19.02.2018 21:38 | 0 views | 0 comments

Gigi Hadid's pink bob at Jeremy Scott's F/W 2018 show looked beyond cool, par for the course for Gigi Hadid's hairstyles.

From: www.glamour.com

Duchess of Cambridge gives a nod to Time's Up in royal green dress as Baftas stars turn out in black

Added: 19.02.2018 13:39 | 0 views | 0 comments


On one side, there were the industry’s biggest stars, turning the Bafta red carpet black in their visible support of the Time’s Up movement; on the other, the traditionalists insisting the Duchess of Cambridge could not be drawn into a global protest about sexual harassment and gender equality. On Sunday night, the Duchess attempted to walk the diplomatic line, eschewing an unofficial all-black dress code to see the cream of British cinema honoured at the Royal Albert Hall. Her choice of a dark green Jenny Packham dress with a black ribbon appeared to please and offend in equal measure, apparently designed to avoid the scandal of a future queen making an overt statement that could be perceived as political. The movement did not, however, go unnoticed; instead of sending a message through clothing, the Duke acknowledged it in writing. In a foreword in the ceremony’s programme, he mentioned steps taken to protect those in the industry, stating: “Levelling the playing field and ensuring a safe, professional working environment for aspiring actors, filmmakers and craft practitioners – regardless of their background and circumstances – is vital to ensure film remains accessible and exciting for all. Baftas 2018 | Main awards "As president, I am proud of the leadership Bafta have shown on this; in a year which rocked the industry as many brave people spoke up about bullying, harassment and abuse despite the risk to their professional careers and reputations.” The Duchess was one of a small number of women at this year’s ceremony not to wear all black, after a letter outlining the Time’s Up dress code was circulated. Neither the Duke, president of Bafta, nor the Duchess appeared to be wearing the Time’s Up lapel pin, which others wore on the red carpet. Amanda Berry, Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William Credit: James Gourley/BAFTA//REX/Shutterstock A spokesman for Kensington Palace did not comment on the choice. Catherine Quinn, the Duchess’s private secretary, attending the awards in her official capacity, chose to blend in discreetly in black. Members of the Royal family are supposed to avoid political statements, leaving the Duchess with a stark choice between being accused of overstepping her position or being the only woman wearing colour. Some critics were “disappointed”, arguing that objecting to sexual harassment was not political. From the start, there was little on anyone’s lips except the Time’s Up theme. Campaigners, wearing T-shirts and chanting about sisterhood, lay on the red carpet while stars gushed about the campaign’s aims in interviews. Clockwise from top left: Anya Taylor-Joy, Margot Robbie, the Duchess of Cambridge, Gemma Arterton and Joanna Lumley Credit: Mike Marsland/WireImage/AP/REX After the Duke and Duchess walked into the hall to polite applause to take their front row seats, Jane Lush, Bafta chairman, opened proceedings with a summary of the “revelation after revelation” leading up to the protest, telling the audience: “This is a moment in history. It should be a watershed.” Joanna Lumley, the first woman to host the awards solo in more than 20 years, acknowledged the “powerful protest” in her introduction. The first award, for outstanding British film, was presented by Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence to Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. Graham Broadbent, its producer, delivered a speech referencing the “tectonic shift” in the industry, and the “meaningful change that can happen quickly”. Sam Rockwell, best supporting actor for the same film, admitted he “stands on the shoulders of strong, intelligent, righteous women who have made my life complete”. Despite the enthusiastic words, gender equality did not appear to bear out in the awards themselves: 39 statues were taken away by men and eight by women. Packing a punch: Florence Pugh on the red carpet Credit: Dave Benett/Getty Images Allison Janney, picking up the prize for best supporting actress for I, Tonya, avoided all things serious, using her speech to clear up a falsehood that she had graduated from Rada, when she in fact attended a two-week summer programme. Other winners included Darkest Hour, which saw Gary Oldman transformed into Winston Churchill with amazing prosthetics, won the award for best make-up and hair. Daniel Kaluuya, the British actor, won the public vote as Bafta’s rising star. The Shape of Water won prizes for original music and production design, Call Me By Your Name won best adapted screenplay, and Phantom Thread best costumes. Angelina Jolie wore a black gown to the event Credit: Mike Marsland/WireImage Women at Bafta made no secret of their aims for the evening. Kristin Scott Thomas, nominated for her Clementine Churchill in Darkest Hour, said of Time’s Up: “We need equality now – I think their slogan is absolutely right… Now it’s a question of moving it from conversation to action.” Andrea Riseborough, who walked the red carpet with activist Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, said those backing the movement hoped to get across “the idea that when all of this stops we all remember that this is an important cause and that we should carry on the conversation”.  Baftas 2018: the stars in pictures She added: “I’m here tonight to stand in solidarity with every woman, every person in the world who has suffered sexual abuse in the workplace.” Gemma Arterton arrived with Eileen Pullen and Gwen Davis, two of the “Dagenham Girls” who walked out of the Ford Motor Company’s Dagenham plant in June 1968 and finally won equal pay. Arterton, who starred in a stage musical version of their story, said: “I thought it was really fitting and I’m really happy and proud that I’m with Gwen and Eileen because they represent a normal person speaking up for what is actually right.” Bafta 2018 | Key films, reviewed   Salma Hayek, presenting the best actor award, said: “In this very important and historic year for women, I’m here to celebrate men.” She joked the award would go to Frances McDormand, one of the best actress nominees, before announcing the true winner: Gary Oldman. Oldman honoured the late prime minister, who held the line for “honour, integrity and freedom for his nation and the world”. McDormand, who did win best actress, accepted the award in a red, pink and black dress. She joked she had a problem with conformity but added: “I stand in full solidarity with my sisters in black.”

Bahamas Resort Is Seeking A CFO, A Chief Flamingo Officer, To Look After The Birds

Added: 17.02.2018 20:24 | 1 views | 0 comments


A new resort is opening in the Bahamas, and they are seeking a , to mind the resident pink flamingos, who will be moving in this spring. The Baha Mar mega-resort is recruiting a CFO to mind their new flock, or flamboyance, of flamingos, and they consider it an important position, stressing that this is not a joke, no matter how unusual the posting sounds.

So You Want To Be The Chief Flamingo Officer In The Bahamas?


While it is important that the Chief Flamingo Officer like flamingos, there are a few other necessary skills required to secure n the Bahamas, says the , according to the official Careers posting.
“Practical application and knowledge of avian science, flamingo care and propagation, bird husbandry skills, staff training, and animal training & enrichment skills required.”

From: feeds.inquisitr.com

Bowled over by a cocktail of overkill - highs and lows of Super Bowl 2018

Added: 16.02.2018 21:48 | 0 views | 0 comments

Only the Super Bowl could bring together Justin Timberlake in a bandana, dinosaurs chased by lava, Martin Luther King narrating a jeep commercial and Pink spitting out a lozenge seconds before belting out the US National Anthem.

From: www.independent.ie

Jaden and Willow Smith's Family Tree Project

Added: 16.02.2018 18:25 | 0 views | 0 comments

Jaden Smith doesn't just give back to his community -- he goes topless to give back, and makes it look good ... as his pops once put it. We're guessing Will and Jada Pinkett Smith are pretty proud of Jaden and his sister, Willow,...

From: www.tmz.com

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