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Helena Rubinstein Make-up Mascara Lash Queen Fe...
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Das Lash Queen Feline Elegance Mascara von Helena Rubinstein ist eine geschmeidige, pflegende Wimperntusche, die als gleitende Textur den Wimpern Intensität und sofortiges Volumen verleiht. Grundlage für die Kreation des Make-up-Produktes war die Idee von Helena Rubinstein, Kosmetikartikel zu schaffen, mit denen jede selbstbewusste Frau ihre individuelle Schönheit zum Ausdruck bringen kann. Dabei hat sie sich vom pulsierenden Leben in Metropolen wie London, New York oder Paris inspirieren lassen. Mit der Lash Queen Feline Elegance Mascara ist ihr ein solches Make-up-Produkt erfolgreich gelungen. Unterstützt wurde sie vom Wissen führender Ernährungswissenschaftler, Biologen und Dermatologen. Lash Queen Feline Elegance von Helena Rubinstein für einen vollkommen entfalteten WimpernfächerDer besonders flexible Mascara-Stab erfasst mit Hilfe seiner speziell entwickelten Wimpernbürste jede einzelne Wimper. Das Ergebnis ist ein elegant entfalteter Wimpernfächer mit einem leicht angehobenen Ansatz. Es verbleiben biegsame Wimpern ohne Klümpchen und ein dem Make-up schmeichelndes glänzendes Finish. Das Lash Queen Feline Elegance Mascara von Helena Rubinstein ist mit 5 % Sheabutter angereichert, wodurch eine verdichtende, pflegende und schützende Wirkung entsteht. Die cremige Textur lässt die Wimpern den ganzen Tag seidig und geschmeidig aussehen. Zum einfachen Entfernen reicht für gewöhnlich lauwarmes Wasser. Alternativ kann auch Augen-Make-up-Entferner verwendet werden, um Rückstände auszuschließen.

Anbieter: parfumdreams
Stand: 30.05.2020
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White Work
8,90 CHF *
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In dozens of countries and in hundreds of varieties, the venerable craft of white work has become a byword for the ultimate form of needlework elegance. Its 3,000-year history encompasses every conceivable form of garment and decorative linen, from peasant blouses to papal vestments and the bridal gowns of queens; it appears in many guises as the favored embroidery of needleworkers from Denmark to South Africa, from England to the Philippines. Unfortunately, white work has frequently been neglected in the United States because of its underserved reputation as a difficult form of embroidery — the type of work that, as author Carter Houck states, is never seen 'beyond the glass cases of a museum.' In reality white work can be performed at all levels of expertise; even more important, Ms. Houck shows that superb results can be achieved without laborious practice and prodigious technique. From these pages white work emerges as a vibrant and continually evolving form of contemporary embroidery that is both beautiful in itself and valuable for its myriad uses. Ms. Houck assumes no previous knowledge of white work and provides complete information on materials, pattern-transferring techniques, and instructions and diagrams for over 20 stitches: the simple chain stitch and running stitch; satin stitches and French knots; and more difficult 'virtuoso' techniques like the Star and Shadow. Following the instructions are 40 pages of magnificent patterns, including florals, repeats, abstract designs, spot and corner decorations in a wide variety of sizes and moods, and two complete sets of alphabets for use as monograms. For each design Ms. Houck has suggested a stitch or stitches that produce optimal effects. As a result, the book acts as a self-contained guide to white work that can transform blouses, cuffs, collars, scarves, place settings, curtains, or any embroidery medium into treasures of heirloom quality.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 30.05.2020
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Cruise Ships: the World's Most Luxurious Vessels
36,99 € *
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The stunning elegance and luxurious interiors of today's vast fleet of cruise liners remains unrecorded in all but holiday brochures. This book gives a complete overview of the cream of these ships, today's queens of the sea. Each liner is illustrated and described with colour illustrations of external and interior views. Details of the design, building and service history of each vessel are provided with vital statistics of the ship and its facilities. Among the ships included are Cunard's Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2, the big new Princess Line liners - Ruby, Grand Sea and Celebrity Eclipse, the two Ocean Village ships and the largest of the PandO liners Ventura, Oceana, Arcadia, Aurora and Artemis. This is a book of reference for maritime enthusiasts, would-be holiday cruisers and those who have been passengers.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.05.2020
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White Work
7,70 € *
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In dozens of countries and in hundreds of varieties, the venerable craft of white work has become a byword for the ultimate form of needlework elegance. Its 3,000-year history encompasses every conceivable form of garment and decorative linen, from peasant blouses to papal vestments and the bridal gowns of queens; it appears in many guises as the favored embroidery of needleworkers from Denmark to South Africa, from England to the Philippines. Unfortunately, white work has frequently been neglected in the United States because of its underserved reputation as a difficult form of embroidery — the type of work that, as author Carter Houck states, is never seen 'beyond the glass cases of a museum.' In reality white work can be performed at all levels of expertise; even more important, Ms. Houck shows that superb results can be achieved without laborious practice and prodigious technique. From these pages white work emerges as a vibrant and continually evolving form of contemporary embroidery that is both beautiful in itself and valuable for its myriad uses. Ms. Houck assumes no previous knowledge of white work and provides complete information on materials, pattern-transferring techniques, and instructions and diagrams for over 20 stitches: the simple chain stitch and running stitch; satin stitches and French knots; and more difficult 'virtuoso' techniques like the Star and Shadow. Following the instructions are 40 pages of magnificent patterns, including florals, repeats, abstract designs, spot and corner decorations in a wide variety of sizes and moods, and two complete sets of alphabets for use as monograms. For each design Ms. Houck has suggested a stitch or stitches that produce optimal effects. As a result, the book acts as a self-contained guide to white work that can transform blouses, cuffs, collars, scarves, place settings, curtains, or any embroidery medium into treasures of heirloom quality.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 30.05.2020
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