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But their prime does have an expiration date, eventually.
The video, tagged with the clever portmanteau #Gloscars, shows six shades of Lidstar Glistening Eye Glow being swatched with a doe-foot applicator.
Wochit The deer was on the move in mid-afternoon, cruising for a doe during the primary annual deer mating period.
Tilbury suggests using the doe-foot applicator to dot it on underneath your foundation of choice, primer style, for a subtle glow, or blending it with your foundation for a slightly more intense radiance (my preferred method).
At Hilarities: Ryan Hamilton just looks like a nice guy, and his humor is as non-threatening as his doe eyes.
The doe-foot applicator gives total control over the product and is a $6 dupe for the award-winning Radiant Creamy Concealer by Nars.
The experimentadds weight to a theory that superionic ice, which can conduct electricity like metal does, may explain the lopsided magnetic fields of Uranus and Neptune.
Then, his son hollered to Joe Blocker, the only hunter in the group with a buck tag, to wait to shoot so the buck could get away from the second deer, believed to be a doe, Miles said.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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