I found an article the other day written by Yahoo! about drugstore mascaras. If you scroll down the page a bit you can flip through 10 pictures. Each picture of mascara has a rating and a small description. I would really reccomend checking it out if you want to try out some new excellent mascaras.
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Aren't teenagers always answering this question or some type of similar variation? Well I have a few things in mind for myself.
If I didn't have to be realistic, I would say model. I would loooove to be a model someday even if it wasn't my entire career. However I have absolutely no way into that field considering the only modeling I have ever done is for Vera Bradley's website.
Another one of my 'fantasy jobs' is an interior or fashion designer. Again, I have little to no experience in this field and choosing this as a career isn't logical or realistic.
Being realistic now, I want to be a teacher. I would love working with younger children or high schoolers. I think that helping kids start their schooling or end it would be great. My personality would be perfect for either age, or at least I think it would (:
Also, the job I have wanted since 3rd grade was to become an architect. My aunt is an architect and I think that is where I must have gotten the idea. If you were to go through my closet you would find various floor plans and multiple drawings of the layout of our actual house draw to scale.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C) oil an 8 cup muffin tin, or use paper liners.
In a small bowl, combine oil, milk, and egg. Beat lightly. In a large bowl, mix flour, salt, baking powder and sugar. Toss in chopped strawberries and stir to coat with flour. Pour in milk mixture and stir together.
Fill muffin cups. Bake at 375 degrees F (190 degrees C) for 25 minutes, or until the tops bounce back from the touch. Cool 10 minutes and remove from pans.
If you remember the list I posted awhile back, one of the projects I said I wanted to accomplish this summer was creating a shirt like this. Here is my project list. It was verrrry simple to do & only took around an hour.
1. Cut the bottom hem off
2. Make marks 2cm apart all the way around the bottom
3. Cut slices 4-5 inches up the shirt
4. Pull the ends so that the fabric curls
5. OPTIONAL: Cut the ends into 'v' slits & add beads