Hi. Well, if you're looking for that youthful, young glow, the trick is a lovely peach blush, which brightens up the face, a little bit of highlighter on the cheekbones and, then, the perfect peachy nude lipstick. All of these will help to brighten up the skin and make you appear youthful and vibrant. Let me show you how it looks. For this look, I'm going to use this beautiful soft peach, which is matte, and then top it with a highlighter that is a lovely champagne color. Going from the apples of the cheeks, softly blend up. As you can see, I'm using round, circular motions, that helps to blend and apply at the same time. You don't want to streak up the face because that will leave a harsh look. You want it to be soft and glow y. As you can see, this is already brightening up the skin. Next, I'm going to take the champagne highlighter and pop it on the top of the cheekbones to really give a lit from within glow. Another trick is you can take that same champagne highlighter and put a little bit right there on the top of the cheekbones. Next, we're going to use this lovely peach colored lip gloss to brighten up the face. To look youthful, you want to make sure that you're using softer colors. Dark colors can sometimes appear very harsh and actually age the look. By using a bright peach or apricot color, you're still getting a vibrancy to the face but you're keeping it softer, more voluptuous and sensual and not creating a hard cast. As you can see, this instantly added a beautiful soft glow to the face. To get that vibrant, youthful look, you want to keep to softer, warmer colors such as peaches, apricots, champagne colors; these will lift the skin, brighten them up and create that glow that you're looking for. As you can see, this peach color is still bright enough to give color to the face, but soft and elegant. And that's it; an easy way to get that youthful glow. 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These insightful interviews go behind the scenes on each production to give a unique insight into the craft of filmmaking. Following its premiere on Sky Arts this summer, the series will be available for international broadcast. O'Brien says, "It is a pleasure to work with such a professional outfit which puts the needs and interests of the filmmakers first, and strives to find and fund accessible and stylish short films with built in audience appeal." NITV also had success at MIPTV this year, with interest expressed by several broadcasters in a number of new documentaries which the firm launched. The 13 part series, Science Squad has just been acquired for distribution in the MENA (Middle East, North Africa) territories among other areas, while 2x1 hour documentary Scottish Travellers was also considered by a number of international broadcasters. Olympusat agreed on a deal for four independent features, including Irish produced titles 'Cupcake' and 'The Pier'. Foxtel Australia finalised a deal to license the docudrama series, 'Convict Women' and 'Orphans'. Last but not least, NITV agreed to license a large package of short films (up to 10 hours) to London based Shorts International, for their HD shorts channels in the US and in Europe. Nike Air Jordan Shoes 6 VI Retro Pattern Grey Bright Grey,On a day when Augusta National showed its teeth and some early contenders faded away, Woods finished his round near the top of the Masters leaderboard and liked his position heading into the weekend. "Yeah, yeah I do," he said, flashing a smile that usually strikes fear in his rivals, a smile that hasn't been seen in the last five months while he dealt with a sex scandal. Again showing no rustiness from his long layoff, Woods shot a 2 under 70 that might have been even more impressive than his opening 68 given the tougher conditions. He still has some work to do. A pair of Englishmen, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood, shared the lead at 8 under 136, two strokes ahead of Woods. Neither Poulter nor Westwood has won a major title. Woods has captured golf's biggest championships 14 times, more than anyone but Jack Nicklaus. Four of those titles have come at Augusta National, and if this keeps up, Woods might be wearing another green jacket Sunday evening. "It feels good to be back in contention," Woods said. "I've put myself in contention most years here. This year, I'm right there. We've got 36 more holes and I'm sure the golf course, they're not going to make it easy for us." While this all feels so normal inside the ropes, this has been a year like no other for Woods. His personal life fell apart after a Thanksgiving might car crash outside his home led to revelations of numerous extramarital affairs. Massive crowds have followed Woods from hole to hole since play began Thursday, with fans applauding nearly every time he hit the ball. His mother, Kultida, was there again, accompanied by Nike chairman Phil Knight. Poulter, known as much for his daring fashion sense and bravado as for actual success on the course, moved a little closer to fulfilling the major expectations he's always had for himself. He shot his second straight 68. Once mocked for saying he felt he could be the world's second best player behind Woods, he'll go the weekend two strokes clear of No. 1. soil earlier this year at the Match Play Championship. "Certainly the way I played today, the number of chances I had on the golf course with the pins as difficult as they are, I was pleased to give myself so many chances. It's one of the best rounds of golf I've played in a while." Westwood had a one shot lead on Poulter going to the final hole, but he yanked his tee shot into the trees and wound up taking a bogey. Anthony Kim also made a mess of the final hole, sending his second shot into the gallery left of the green, barely reaching the short grass with a weak chip and winding up with a bogey of his own to join Woods at 138. "Danger lurks everywhere," said Westwood, who settled for a 69. Open runner up, Ricky Barnes (70). Yang (72) was another stroke back at 139. This was a different course than the one they played Thursday. The tees were pushed back, the pin positions were toughened up and the greens began to firm up as the temperature climbed toward the 70s under a brilliant blue sky. Sixteen players dipped into the 60s during the opening round, when midday 20 mph winds provided about the only defense for the course. With only a handful of players left on the course, only three players had shot in the 60s: the co leaders and Chad Campbell (68). Fred Couples started with a 6 under 66, his lowest round ever in the Masters. At age 50, the oldest player to hold the outright lead after the opening round of the tournament. He looked more his age on Day Two, finishing with bogeys at the final three holes and four of the last five for a disappointing 75. "Not a whole lot of fun at the moment. That's just the way it is," said Couples, who's been bothered by persistent back problems in his career. "I woke up and, to be honest, I didn't think I'd be able to play very good at all today." He knew his chances of becoming golf's oldest major champion had all but disappeared. "I needed to be at 5, 6 under to be realistic," Couples said. "I'm not out of it, but 75 is not a great score." Another old timer struggled, too. Sixty year old Tom Watson followed his stirring run in last year's British Open with a bogey free 67 to open the Masters. But he had four bogeys on the front side Friday and finished with a 74, severely damaging any hopes of contending throughout the weekend as he did at Turnberry. He was six strokes off the lead in the group at 141, which also included Couples. Woods picked up his only birdie on the front side at the par 5 second, where he chipped up next to the flag for a short putt. He gave the stroke back at No. 4, failing to get up and down after he flew his approach shot over a bunker behind the green. It would be his only bogey of the day. The eighth hole provided a telling example of the tougher conditions. With the tee pushed back, Woods needed three shots just to reach the front edge of the green at the par 5 where he made an eagle the previous day. This time, he settled for par. There were no eagles at all for Woods, a day after he made two in a round for the first time in his Masters career. But he rolled in a 25 foot birdie putt at the par 5 13th and baled himself out for a poor chip with a 15 foot birdie putt at 15. From there, he finished with a string of three straight pars, ruining a chance at another bogey by misreading a putt at 17. Poulter attacked the course with conventional means three birdies on the four par 5s but also pulled off birdies at both of the tricky par 3s on the back side. Standing over the treacherous tee shot at No. 12, he went straight at the flag over Rae's Creek, left himself with a 12 foot putt and rolled it right in. A bogey free round ended at No. 18, where Poulter pulled a 5 iron from 212 yards, chipped 7 feet past the cup and missed the putt.
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