beauty mark


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beauty mark

A small, dark facial mole (or an artificial one, created with cosmetic makeup) that may be considered a mark of attractiveness. I have always wished that I had Marilyn Monroe's beauty mark on my lip.
See also: beauty, mark
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For instant boudoir beauty The Beauty Mark Kit is the answer.
We designed our new logo to exude these values, while celebrating those individual quirks that make us beautiful, with a color pop beauty mark punctuating our logo, and woven throughout our site.
A make-up must-have, these get top beauty marks from us.
I used to come into school covered in beauty marks.
As a schoolgirl she wore only black clothes, painted beauty marks on her face and dyed her hair .
Skin imperfections come in many different forms; whether they are undereye circles, beauty marks, or simply lackluster skin.
Sleeping Beauty marks the return to the Belgrade panto of Iain Lauchlan.
Sleeping Beauty marks their 15th Christmas season performing together and it was during pantomime at Darlington's Civic Theatre 14 years ago that Linda and Sam met.
Chapter 2, "Shakespeare's Beauty Marks,' argues that Shakespeare's representations of human beauty constitute a "great innovation" (42) in that he violates the prevailing cultural ideal of "the smooth, unblemished, radiantly fair, and essentially featureless face and body" (38).
By the end of July, third-party skins like beauty marks, scars and a hairy hand will also make it to the stores.
After a smallpox vaccine was discovered in 1796, the use of patches decreased but women continued to decorate their faces with pencil marks, which they called beauty marks.
All may be planted now and all face the same potential nemesis: that pretty white butterfly with the black beauty marks on its wingtips.
THIS pint-size beauty marks the start of the gardening year, its white bell-shaped flowers emerging just when the rest of the garden looks bleak.
Beery smiles winsomely out at us from the absurdity of his lady's homely bodice and straw feathered hat, his precariously settled woman's wig, and his conspicuously applied beauty marks at cheek and chin.
But what's most striking about Jones is her romance with unvarnished urbanity--an appreciation for fully human portraits of city life, warts and beauty marks alike, that is more commonly associated with artists like Spike Lee and Richard Pryor.