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glamour girl

A physically attractive woman who is overly concerned with her appearance. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. Robert is never seen in public without some glamour girl on his arm.
See also: girl, glamour

glamor puss

A physically attractive woman who is overly concerned with her appearance. Primarily heard in US, Australia. I never was much of a glamor puss in high school. I always preferred wearing jeans and sneakers instead of dresses and high heels.
See also: glamor, puss

glamour puss

n. a person with a beautiful face. I’m no glamour puss, but I’m no dog either.
See also: glamour, puss
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If you're craving glamorous elements like velvet, silk and jewel tones, the classic approach always works: "You can add glamour to a room with rich colors, dramatic color contrasts, moody tones, and over-the-top flourishes such as overscale mirrors and goldtone accessories or furniture legs," Huh says.
Like rooms, glamour has cast its light on the set of il luminaries.
During the 19th century, glamour expanded to include less literal charms, while maintaining the sense of making things look better than they really were.
Key specifications of Spice Stellar Glamour Mi-436 and Smart Flo Space Mi-354:
Jack Watson's Complete Guide to creating Black and White Female Glamour Images from Nudes to Fashion bows to the Hollywood stills photographers of the 1920s and 30s in providing a book dedicated to female glamour images created in black and white.
Since Glamour Shots[R] offers you the full experience of a professional hair and makeup artist you should arrive at your shoot with clean hair and minimal or no makeup.
On most, the word Glamour appears in a lipstick-worthy shade of red or hot pink.
Olivier Chouvet and Alain Soulas started Glamour Sales Holding in 2009, working to establish the popular flash sales concept on the Asian market.
Glamour may not be a quality readers associate with Virginia Woolf specifically or modernism generally.
Crystal Glamour is intended to be the first in a series of festive, special edition collector items from silhouette.
The intent behind Glamour Icons, above all else, says Marc, "is to inspire the fragrance industry to reinvent a glamour that's intrinsic to today's business: the glamour of the bottles, the glamour of the launches and the glamour of the FiFis.
The 29-year-old says: "When I was first approached by the scouts I laughed it off as I'd never thought of myself as a glamour model, but I decided to enter a competition they were recruiting for and won.
In his pathbreaking study, Stephen Gundle surveys the history of the sprawling subject of glamour from the late eighteenth century to the present and brings it under control.
Glamour has always been about women not knowing their place.
Glamour photography is a special kind of photography that professional photographers Jack Watson and Andy McFarland have long mastered.