• PicklesMcGee

    omg #10. I love it all. the hair, the hair color, the make-up. awesome.

  • headless

    I am also in love with #10 but im not a model i cant pull it off

  • Roxxi

    I wonder where i can get #14:) looking for new brushes and these are perfect

  • Sabrina

    #10 & #16 – LOVE!!

  • Abbey

    #5 Love everything about this look ! I need to start wearing my red lipstick again .

  • sidekickk

    #26 literally made me lol!

  • Erika

    #4 I love those eyebrows

  • socalmarti

    #13 she looks creepy without eyebrows!!!!

  • Theresia

    #26 haha!!

  • Cami


    Scared me.

    • omg wtf

      what is with her eyes

  • Diana

    Defining what your business model is is SO iomartpnt. It’s key because as your website grow, if your business model isn’t right, you’ll reach a point where it’s impossible for you to grow and get some more market shares.Ask a website owner (blog, ecommerce, whatever): What is your business model? . Often, you won’t get an answer simply because people aren’t seeing their website as a true business and haven’t invested the time to really define their website.Your business model will also define how you monetize that website, so it’s iomartpnt to know where you’re going. It’s not because you don’t monetize your website at the moment that you don’t have a business model How do you plan in the FUTURE to monetize it? That answer will be in your business model/plan Good point you’ve raised there!Ben frogstr.coms last blog post..

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