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on fleek

slang A phrase said of something that looks good or is perfectly done. Ooh, eyebrows on fleek! Did you use a brow filler? That outfit is totally on fleek—I love it.
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Last year he starred in the Channel 4 TV show, Extreme Makeovers - On Fleek.
Here, Hollywood's top stylists share their choices to be chic and on fleek during the awards-show hustle.
EXTREME MAKEOVERS: ON FLEEK Channel 4, 10pm The term 'On Fleek' is one of those phrases that no-one quite understands, yet more and more people are using it, both ironically and seriously.
One table at the market sold pretty jewellery while the other two featured start-up company Fleek, offering a salon and spa phone application, and the educational children activity box franchise called The Happy Box.
The brow craze was not only supported with specialists like Anastasia (who uses a rule for perfect brows), but photos on Instagram proclaiming brows "on fleek.
shit list Rarely is anything about me on fleek Most days I crave flesh
This wide array of formats--and some enticing from social media--has helped today's consumers to achieve looks they desire quickly and effectively, whether their goal is to appear au natural or" on fleek.
FIERCE FEMME KAREN AKUNOWICZ CAME INTO THE KITCHEN OF THE HIT BRAVO TV SHOW TOP CHEF WITH KNIVES BLAZING AND PINK HAIR ON FLEEK.
The ToJ emoji faced competition from eight other entrants - sharing economy, they (singular), on fleek, ad blocker, refugee, Brexit, Dark Web and lumbersexual - each of which have been relevant in recent times.
CURLS ON FLEEK is a premium, natural hair cream moisturizer formulated for kinks, curls, coils, and waves.
Rutland: Bryan Bunker, Victoria Fleek, Christian Helger, Matthew Hoch and Douglas McKenna
War changes everything in the military," said Sherman Fleek, WRAMC command historian.
In addition they also realize the importance of implementing these techniques early in the development processes (Ferre, 2003; Anderson, Fleek, Garrity & Drake, 2001).
Diana Fleek, director of the Defense Department's innovative readiness training, immediately sensed what had happened.