1. BBW #Bakawali beautyfying water spray sebelum makeup, kulit akan rasa lembap dan jugak segar sebelum makeup ada bau wangi kerana mengandungi ekstrak bunga bakawali dan jugak witch hazel yang kaya dengan 1001 manfaat kepada kulit wajah.
2. BBS #Bling-bling spray selepas makeup, diperkaya dengan kilauan dari bahan mineral serbuk mika untuk memberi kemasan sempurna dan mewah, berkilauan lembut. " Shine it up". Pilihan yang terbaik untuk pencinta makeup
The #Bling#FashionShow is finally upon us TOMORROW in SF! You can get your tickets online or at the door (which will be more) Proceeds of this fashion show will be donated to #StJudes ! So get those tickets & support a good cause! 🙌 See y'all on the runway! ❤
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Check out all the wonderful small businesses that will be a part of Merry Market - A Holiday Boutique Shopping Event! this Sunday at Wolf’s 1-11 happening from 11-3.
Come sip, shop & support your local business owners ❤️
2.3ct Round Brilliant Cut in our new custom Love 3 row pave platinum setting 🙌🔥 Our settings aren't factory settings!! We hand select each small diamond that goes into your band, and everything is handcrafted and custom from start to finish. No diamond is alike. Why should your setting be?
This mid-restoration shot captures the emergence of a remarkably fresh Jacobean gentleman, hidden beneath decades of discoloured varnish. The identity of the artist who painted this work has so far eluded us, although they were evidently competent and clearly familiar with the work of William Larkin (c.1585-1619), a highly accomplished court painter who died just a few years prior to the date inscribed on the work. Compositionally, the portrait is reminiscent of Larkin’s work from the 1610s, with the subject placed in a feigned marble oval and positioned upright in an authoritative manner. Another artist who was known for painting bust-length portraits in feigned ovals was Cornelius Johnson, who moved to England in late 1618 or early 1619. Johnson’s style, however, is smoother with less conspicuous brushstrokes and more extensive use of mid-tone shading around the facial features.
Oil on panel; 27 x 19 ¾ in (68.5 x 50.2 cm) #panelportrait#oldmasters#britishart#williamlarkin#jacobean#seventeenthcentury#doublet#restoration#arthistory#fresh#hoopearrings#bling