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once given away as a cheap prize at carnivals, this opalesecent glass is now highly prized by collectors
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Folks, get into opalescent hair, which mixes iridescent pinks, purples, greens, and blues on a pearly, platinum base.
There are three iterations of this Ciaté Dewy Stix — a pinky iridescence, an opalescent champagne shimmer, and a translucent glow.
Why all the hype? Zipped in an opalescent pouch was the rub-on, rinse-off coffee scrub mixed with mica for shimmer.
Lunaris is the cool one with nearly imperceptible shifting opalescent blues; Solaris is a warmer rose gold that glows and sparks.
The crazy highlighter compound is available in three shades: Kitten, a nude pink; Transcendence, an opalescent pink; and Bronze, a bronzed shimmer.
Error loading player: No playable sources found The prose of Joan Didion is a kind of fog, rendering everything opalescent with fresh, weird light.
Their delicate otherworldliness refers to a place and time not quite identifiable — to a place with the morning-fresh textures and the opalescent light of a private Arcady, and to a time suspended, as in a child’s long holiday.
Many of the structures are remarkably detailed, like one of Grand Central that includes the famous New York train terminal’s cathedral windows, opalescent clock and zodiac symbols outlined on its green ceiling.
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