Mit den richtigen Beauty-Tools lassen sich ganz einfach Vorzüge im Gesicht herausarbeiten und kleine Makel kaschieren. Der Triangle Artist Contour Stick von Catrice hilft Ihnen dabei, Ihr Gesicht zu modellieren. Ihr Make-up lässt sich dadurch besonders vorteilhaft auftragen. Schaffen Sie mehr Dimension, indem Sie beispielsweise Wangenknochen und Schläfen konturieren und das Gesicht dadurch schmaler wirken lassen. Der Catrice-Stick ist vegan und besitzt eine weiche Textur, wodurch er sich angenehm leicht und gleichmäßig in die Haut einarbeiten lässt. Sie können entsprechend Ihres Hauttons zwischen zwei Braun-Nuancen wählen. Contour-Stick mit dreieckiger FormFür den Catrice Triangle Artist Contour Stick wurde eine spezielle dreieckige Form gewählt. Dadurch können Sie das Make-up wahlweise großflächig auftragen oder auch ganz präzise die gewünschten Akzente im Gesicht setzen, selbst an den Nasenflügeln oder den Augenwinkeln. Dank der weichen Konsistenz lässt sich das Produkt sehr gut verblenden, so dass keine harten Kanten zurückbleiben. Das Ergebnis ist natürlich und schön mattiert. Ihren Triangle Artist Contour Stick können Sie auch problemlos unterwegs mit sich führen. Er läuft nicht aus oder zerbröselt nicht. Zudem sind weder Pinsel noch Schwämmchen für den Auftrag erforderlich. Das Produkt kann ganz einfach mit den Fingern eingearbeitet werden.
Coming to the Coffee Region is letting yourself be in connection with nature. If this is what you are looking for, join us in this 6-hour tour across the Cocora Valley, and imposing open field, home to the wax palm. Hike some of its mountains, learn about the national tree and about Colombian coffee farming culture and finish your day having a tasteful and humble local meal. All of this with the company of an expert guide.• A walk to remember around the Cocora Valley• A brief lesson about the Coffee Triangle and the Wax Palm Trees for its environmental and popular importance• A traditional lunch with locals• An expert guide who will walk you through the mountains• Bunch of photo spots of the imposing nature
Auf den ersten Blick überzeugt die Triangle Artist Highlighter Brush von Catrice vor allem durch ihr innovatives Design. Ein praktischer Standfuß sowie angenehme Soft Grip Griffe machen diesen Pinsel zu einem perfekten Begleiter für Ihr tägliches Make-up. Dieses Beauty-Tool kann jedoch noch viel mehr. Dank der besonders dicht gefassten Synthetikborsten nimmt es den Highlighter Ihrer Wahl sparsam auf und gibt ihn beinahe vollständig wieder an die Haut ab. Nach dem Gebrauch lassen sich die pflegeleichten Pinselhaare mühelos mit warmem Wasser auswaschen. Für einen Look wie vom ProfiDie Triangle Artist Highlighter Brush von Catrice ist geeignet, um Highlighter mit pudriger oder cremiger Textur optimal zu verteilen. Dank der speziellen Form der Borsten gelingt ein präzises Handling. Der Highlighter kann punktgenau auf Wangen, Nasenrücken, Stirn, Kinn oder oberhalb der Lippe platziert werden. So entsteht ein Make-up, das Ihren Teint strahlen lässt. Dieser Pinsel sollte in jedem Beauty Case zu finden sein. Für noch mehr Kosmetikspaß sind aus der Triangle Artist Reihe von Catrice weitere Pinsel für ein professionell wirkendes Make-up erhältlich.
A trip to one of the Coffee Triangle towns wouldn’t be complete without visiting a coffee farm, are we right? So, come with us to this fun and informative tour about everything you need to know of the coffee process. You will visit El Ocaso coffee farm and you will have the chance of planting coffee seedlings, picking up coffee cherries and last but not least, tasting the flavor of a fresh cup of Colombian coffee.• A guided tour along the farm and its plantation• Getting to know the full process of growing coffee, from its seeds to the roasting• Picking up coffee cherries and planting coffee seedlings• A brief lesson about the great value of coffee for Colombian coffee growers and the country’s economy in general.• High-quality Colombian coffee tasting
Our expertly curated itineraries engage the body, mind and spirit in meaningful and authentic ways. Offering a unique blend of responsible eco-tourism and affordable wellness journeys, our transformative tours are crafted from a selection of signature local activities centered at the heart of the sacred island. Sri Lankan culture is rich with vivid colors, multicultural celebrations and artistic imagination. From engaging sightseeing talks with local experts in the Cultural Triangle to an interactive traditional drum and dance lesson, these sessions guide into a better understanding of the cultural wisdom of the local people. The responsible approach to cultural travel comes from engaging directly with the local community. Travel is a form of seeking the unknown, encountering yourself and creating authentic connections with locals. The cultural seeker experience is an enriching encounter with everyday local life as well as ancient customs that have withstood the test of time.
Trouble is brewing as a merger between Grange Hill, Brookdale & Rodney Bennet looms large on the horizon. New pupils Luke 'Gonch' Gardner & Paul ‘Hollo’ Holloway cause havoc & the burning question this term…. does Mr Bronson wear a wig? This boxed set features all 36 episodes from series 7 & 8, originally broadcast in 1984 and 1985. ALSO INCLUDED for the very first time – The 1981 Christmas Special Episode (First broadcast 28th December 1981 – pre series 5) Grange Hill Series 7 - First broadcast on 3rd January 1984 It’s a new term & Zammo has a girlfriend (Jackie Wright) who goes to rival school Brookdale. Well-meaning pupil Janet makes it her mission to help Roland, but he finds her constant nagging irritating. A poolside prank during a swimming lesson has fatal consequences. N3’s countryside orienteering course descends into panic as Roland & Mr Baxter get hopelessly lost. Miss Gordon’s Art club experiences a flurry of new recruits (including Pogo Patterson) as news spreads about a nude model. The term ends with a School Disco where Mrs McClusky slow dances with Mr McGuffy. Grange Hill Series 8 - First broadcast on 18th February 1985 Grange Hill has now merged with Rodney Bennett & Brookdale causing tensions to rise; can Mrs McClusky & new Deputy Head Teacher Mr Bronson keep order? A love triangle develops as Stewpot two-times Claire with Annette; Zammo & Jackie hit a rough patch as Banksie arrives on the scene. French exchange students visit & Roland finds a friend in Fabienne. Entrepreneurial pupil pairing ‘Gonch’ & ‘Hollo’ devise a number of ill-fated money-making schemes during the term & Mr Bronson’s wig goes missing… DVD Extra Feature: 1981 Christmas Special Episode It’s the end of term School Disco & Tucker sees the event as an opportunity to make some money. All seems well until some pupils from Brookdale crash the party & attempt to steal both the takings & the Disco itself! Fortunately, Tucker, Benny, Alan & Tommy see what’s going on & step in to save the day. As the punches fly even arch-enemy Michael Doyle steps in to help the lads; flippin ‘eck it must be Christmas!! Special Features: The 1981 Christmas Special Episode (24 mins)
Are you a singer who would like to be able to help others?Would you like to increase your contemporary voice teaching skills?Do you want a method to successfully identify and correct vocal issues with confidence?You love singing and want to share your gift with others, yet navigating the world of teaching voice and vocal coaching can be confusing and intimidating.There is a world of information out there, from methodology to voice science, but applying it in the teaching room can be a bewildering experience.Why does the voice sound like this?How can I fix this issue?What exercises should I choose? Teaching Contemporary Singing has the answers to these and many other vocal questions.Written by celebrity voice teacher John Henny, Teaching Contemporary Singing gives you the method he has used to train hundreds of leading voice teachers around the world.This easy to understand guide will show you:The first teaching stepsTheories of teachingThe teaching triangleHow the voice worksWhat registration isVoice scienceAdvanced teachingAnd more!Employing the revolutionary teaching triangle system, lessons are kept focused and non-intimidating so that you will quickly understand the techniques and be able to pass them on.From the first lesson, to more advanced ideas, Teaching Contemporary Singing, is perfect for anyone who has ever thought about teaching others to sing and expanding into teaching contemporary music such as musical theatre. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Henny. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/149488/bk_acx0_149488_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Instant national best seller.A thrilling novel of the senses and a coming-of-age tale following a small-town girl into the electrifying world of New York City and the education of a lifetime at one of the most exclusive restaurants in Manhattan. Perfect for fans of Kitchen Confidential and Blood, Bones and Butter. Twenty-two and knowing no one, Tess leaves home to begin her adult life in New York City. Thus begins a year that is both enchanting and punishing in a low-level job at “the best restaurant in New York City”. Grueling hours and a steep culinary learning curve awaken her to the beauty of oysters, the finest champagnes, the appellations of Burgundy. At the same time, she opens herself to friendships - and love - set against the backdrop of dive bars and late nights. As her appetites sharpen - for food and wine, but also for knowledge, experience, and belonging - Tess is drawn into a darkly alluring love triangle that will prove to be her most exhilarating and painful lesson of all. Stephanie Danler deftly conjures the nonstop and purely adrenalized world of the restaurant - conversations interrupted, phrases overheard, and suggestions below the surface. Evoking the infinite possibility of being young in New York with heart-stopping accuracy, Sweetbitter is ultimately about the power of what remains after disillusionment and the wisdom that comes from experience, sweet and bitter. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alex McKenna. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/004582/bk_rand_004582_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book bundle includes three contemporary romance novels from the best-selling series, Bedding the Bachelors. Book 1: Bedding the Wrong Brother A USA Today best seller and number-one best-selling contemporary romance! Determined to find her inner sex diva, Melina Parker enlists her childhood friend, Max Dalton, to tutor her after hours. Instead, she ends up in the wrong bed and gets a lesson in passion from Max's twin brother, Rhys Dalton, a man Melina's always secretly wanted but never thought she could have. Book 2: Bedding the Bad Boy This bad boy is ready to work some magic…. Identical twin and Las Vegas performer Max Dalton has always been the number-one bad boy in his family, and he's appreciated the women and fame that comes along with his reputation. Grace Sinclair is on a mission when she comes to Vegas, one that involves asking Max, her best friend's brother-in-law, to give her the pleasure no man's ever been able to. She suspects Max has more layers than he lets people see, but she's determined to keep her heart safe even as she offers him her body. What neither of them plan on is love - or the triangle the media stirs up with Max's blonde bombshell actress friend. Will Grace see beyond Max's bad boy façade long enough to trust him with her heart? And will Max figure out what he really wants before he loses the one woman who makes him believe in love again? Book 3: Bedding the Billionaire Free-spirited Lucy Conrad enjoys her friends but keeps others at a distance, especially her affluent and judgmental family...and the billionaire she once dated, Jamie Whitcomb. Despite their explosive chemistry, experience has proven she'll never fit into his world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ellen Lange. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064731/bk_acx0_064731_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
INSTANT NATIONAL BESTSELLER A thrilling novel of the senses and a coming-of-age tale, following a small-town girl into the electrifying world of New York City and the education of a lifetime at one of the most exclusive restaurants in Manhattan. Perfect for readers of Kitchen Confidential and Blood, Bones and Butter. Twenty-two, and knowing no one, Tess leaves home to begin her adult life in New York City. Thus begins a year that is both enchanting and punishing, in a low-level job at 'the best restaurant in New York City.' Grueling hours and a steep culinary learning curve awaken her to the beauty of oysters, the finest Champagnes, the appellations of Burgundy. At the same time, she opens herself to friendships-and love-set against the backdrop of dive bars and late nights. As her appetites sharpen-for food and wine, but also for knowledge, experience, and belonging-Tess is drawn into a darkly alluring love triangle that will prove to be her most exhilarating and painful lesson of all. Stephanie Danler deftly conjures the nonstop and purely adrenalized world of the restaurant-conversations interrupted, phrases overheard, and suggestions below the surface. Evoking the infinite possibility of being young in New York with heart-stopping accuracy, Sweetbitter is ultimately about the power of what remains after disillusionment, and the wisdom that comes from experience, sweet and bitter. From the Hardcover edition.
An eclectic mix of shapes and subjects populate Taking Shape-Jan D. Hodge's full-length collection of carmina figurata (sometimes called shaped poems, pattern poetry, or figure poems). Hodge's many masterpieces include depictions of a saxophone, a Madonna and Child, a combination piano/guillotine, and other silhouettes of amazing difficulty and detail. These poems are not only visually stunning, they are also sonically beautiful, and retain a transcendent freedom while conforming to both illustrative and metrical constraints. Taking Shape is a visual feast of inspired poetry. PRAISE FOR TAKING SHAPE: Are not all printed formal poems shaped poems? The sonnet, the hymn, the sestina, and the ghazal all have characteristic shapes rather like boxes that confine their subjects. In Jan D. Hodge's Taking Shape the subjects have burst from their cages and confront us immediately with what they are. Then the words they are made of can reveal their inner beings. The long closure of 'Spring' describes the best way to read these poems. I have long known what prayer is, but I never knew what one looked like until I read 'Madonna and Child.' - Fred Chappell, author of The Fred Chappell Reader Here is a perfect matching of shapes and poetry. Through a wide-ranging array of subjects and tones, Hodge's mastery of language within such challenging constraints is truly impressive. Syntax and rhythm, metaphor and symbol (see for instance 'The One That Got Away' or 'The Lesson of the Snow'), conversational snippets and quatrains, are surprisingly nuanced. Even the occasional poems-wedding, elegy, Valentine's day, Halloween, Christmas, an early morning poetry reading-find new things to say and striking ways to say them. These poems reward reading again and again. - Robert J. Conley, author of Mountain Windsong Jan D. Hodge is the master par excellence of carmina figurata. In Taking Shape you'll see such word-pictures as the Chinese ideogram for spring; a harpsichord poised before a guillotine; a still life with quill pen and ink bottle, T-square and drafting triangle. More amazing still, Hodge forms many of the intricate images with metered language-in one case in medieval alliterative verse! In a poem about baseball Hodge writes, 'forgiveness/ is the best/ we dare hope for in this bruised world/ the thinnest/ chance that lets us somehow/ slide home free'; here 'only by grace . . . can we be safe.' Hodge knows of grace, his poems are full of grace, and Taking Shape, like grace itself, is a gift of utter beauty. - Vince Gotera, Editor, North American Review ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Having grown up in a letterpress print shop in small town Michigan, Jan D. Hodge received his BA and MA degrees from the University of Michigan and his PhD from the University of New Mexico, where he wrote his dissertation on Charles Dickens. He taught at Rockford (Illinois) College and at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa. His poems have appeared in Iambs & Trochees, American Arts Quarterly, Defined Providence, and many other print and online journals.<