Recent Examples of rhinestone from the Web
For the 2017 Met Gala, makeup artist Romy Soleimani painted the model's head silver, sprinkling it with rhinestone sparkles.
She's completely mastered the lash, brow, and highlighting routine beauty lovers dream of, rhinestones included.
Mary Looney came ready for a birthday party in a light blue dress suit and one of her favorite white hats with sequins and rhinestones.
Heather Shaw had on her bronze dancing shoes with the rhinestone buckles.
The offerings were composed of Native American prints and patterns, denim — a quintessentially American fabric — and rhinestones to represent Hollywood glam.
Coal mining, celebrated with rhinestones and pageantry, is an enduring legacy rather than a thriving enterprise.
There is nothing quite like watching a five-foot-tall woman in rhinestones deadlift more than twice her body weight and then celebrate with a high kick.
Any queen worth her weight in rhinestones should be on the pulse of anything new and hot coming from our community.
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Origin and Etymology of rhinestone
First Known Use: 1890See Words from the same year
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