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INSIDE THE LABYRINTH - THE ANYTHING GOES ART OF ANSELM KIEFER I

With Anselm Kiefer paintings it was love at first sight. Even if 15 years ago I wasn’t aware, yet, of the means and media of the contemporary art, when I first saw Wyland’s Song I felt mesmerized. 762 more words

JUST THOUGHTS

Is a daily skin regimen really needed?

YES, YES, YES!!!!!

 Your skin is your biggest organ. It provides protection from the outside elements. All that extrinsic craziness can have huge effects on your skin. 302 more words

Esthetics

Black Skin vs White Skin - Myths and Misconceptions

Skin color is second only to cutaneous appendages in evoking unscientific comments and myths regarding racial superiority or inferiority. For example black skin is generally considered oily because African Americans’ sebaceous glands are larger and more active, making their skin look shiny. 283 more words

Aesthetics

Skin Analysis - What is It, The Hows and The Whys.

The esthetician works on the epidermis, which is the visible outermost layer of the skin. We’ll get into the structure of the skin in the near future. 349 more words

Aesthetics

PIGMENTS?

Pigments are an interesting science, while it is mostly the melanin our skin produces that give it its beautiful coloring, sometimes nature has funny ways of showing us the true, nature of it. 202 more words

Beauty

27- French Lingerie

Me, on the subject of a couple’s group

in which we used to participate:

“Are Kyle and Rebecca still doing it?”

Jean-Pierre:  “They just had a baby so they must be.” 513 more words

French

Bendilyn Bach reblogged this on Loving a Frenchman and commented:

Here, again, is my first post, and the inspiration behind my writing on French culture in the first place. I reblog it today since the incident it relates falls here chronologically in the the tale of our adventure a deux. Thanks for reading!