ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has withdrawn the Under-19 team from its tour of Bangladesh.
The WICB said the decision to withdraw the team is in the best interest of the safety and security of the players and officials.
“The WICB’s decision was taken following con ...more »
Make-up lovers, start writing those holiday wish lists! It's almost that time of year again and M.A.C Cosmetics is offering not one, but three new limited-edition holiday collections for 2013.
The first, Divine Night, includes lip, eye and nail colours in rich, iridescent pigments that range from velvety gold to plum and burgundy. The five-shade quad compact sports a limited-edition U-shaped design separating one bold shade from the other.
The new Stroke of Midnight collection features colour-coordinated palettes for lips and eyes, ranging from pale nude to deep violet. The highlights of this collection are the face palettes, which contain shadows, liner, lipsticks and face powder for a full dusk to dawn make-up look.
The final collection, Nocturnals, features sparkly pigments and glitters, and barely-there tinted lip conditioners in peppermint and guava flavours. The gloss kits in "Nude," "Pink" and "Coral" each contain four mini tubes of high-impact colour. The pigment and glitter kits come in three glistening "shade waves" that are sure to have heads turning at your holiday parties.
These stunning collections will definitely make it on our list, and all three will be available in the island as of November 13! Until then, we'll show how to prepare for the season early with these metallic eyes.
This is a bright eye make-up look with an intense twist of contrasting colour. The star products of the show are M.A.C's Gilded Night, which is a gorgeous platinum-yellow gold shade and the deep blue Tonight's Temptation.
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