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  • Pros And Cons Of A Makeup Kit

    Highlighter Apart from giving a color boost to youe skin it is applied especially to enhance facial bones.The application is quick and easy as it is applied only to specific areas.With the help of a kabuki or a blush brush apply one or few layers of highlighter on your cheekbones, brow bones,upper lip and chin centre.You could also dab a little amount on your T- Zone. 7. Eyelash Curler The device used to curl ONLY the upper eyelashes for a perfect…

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  • Film Analysis: An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge

    Imagery and sound in the short film An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, directed by Robert Enrico, is distinct and haunting. The stark symmetry and harsh scoring in the beginning, the dreamlike quality of the second act, and the ominous framing and music of the finale create a beautiful adaption of the original short story by Ambrose Pierce. In the original short story, the imagery tells the story rather than the dialogue. This can be seen in the film from the beginning, as the soldiers begin…

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  • Essay On Mineral Makeup

    Mineral Makeup for Women – What you should know Mineral makeup is the rage now. Due to the harmful effects of chemical based cosmetics on the skin, many women have switched over to use mineral makeup. As indicated by the name, mineral makeup products are made of mineral based ingredients, rather the natural minerals. Of course, you cannot get the natural minerals and apply it on the face. A lot of claims have been revolving around the cosmetic industry about the benefits as well as dangers of…

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  • Noh Theatre History

    The word Noh means skill, craft, or the talent particularly in the field of performing arts in this context. The word Noh may be used alone or with gaku (fun, music) to form the word nōgaku. Noh is a classical tradition that is highly valued by many today. When used alone, Noh refers to the historical genre of theatre originated from sarugaku in the mid 14th century and continues to be performed today.[4] Noh and kyōgen "originated in the 8th century when the sangaku was transmitted from China…

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  • What Is The Handscroll In The Tale Of Genji

    A handscroll is a long narrow scroll for displaying a series of scenes in Japanese painting and calligraphy. The handscroll presents an artwork in the horizontal form and can be exceptionally long. The development of Heian culture was a way to show your love for another person. Both women and men would produce poems as well as paintings and calligraphy on the handscrolls. Lady Murasaki is the author of Tale of Genji one of the world’s longest novels. The significance of Tale of Genji is to…

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  • Japan Culture Vs America

    Japan is a beautiful and interesting country. It is also very old country. When it comes to comparing it to America, there is not much that both countries have in common. Not only is the culture different, but so is the government, the problems it faces and their ideals. First and foremost, Japan does not have the same type of government as us. In America, we have a federal presidential republic. In a federal republic, there are partially self governing states or regions with a constitution…

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  • The Shogunate Jap Women's Role In Japanese Society

    My Shogunate Investigation Throughout Japan’s history men were valued higher than woman, and men were the favoured gender. Both women and men had different traditions, roles and responsibilities in society. During the Shogunate period (1550 - 1850), Japanese women were mothers, entertainers and even samurai warriors and the social hierarchy played an important role on woman’s freedom and determined their future in society. Women had certain duties to fulfil, and served many men during their…

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  • Wigs And Human Hair

    braids after they came back to China. In Japan, the upper classes wearing wigs started from before Nara period. Wigs were called “鬘” in Japanese. Japan, rarely wore wigs except by actors performing in the traditional theaters of China and Japan (Noh or Kabuki) and by certain types of female entertainers such as the Japanese geisha or the Korean Kisaeng. In Korea, gache (加髢)were popular among women during Goryeo dynasty until it was banned in the late 18th century. First wigs were popular in the…

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  • Onna Bugeisha Character Analysis

    Contemporary Troupes Found in Onna-bugeisha Personalities Onna-bugeisha, especially in the earlier periods, possessed an unwavering spirit and the ability to thrive in leadership positions. To be managers and heads of household, they needed to be level headed when navigating socio-economic nuances of the time. Steadfast dedication to their lord and husband was demanded of samurai women. Conversely, contemporary archetypes and character troupes are littered through each anime looked at thus far…

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  • Ethical Dilemmas In Physical Therapy

    severe/profound intellectually disabled classroom. A brief description of his medical diagnoses and functional status is required to address the ethical dilemma that this therapist currently faces as his school-based PT. Logan’s medical diagnoses include Kabuki syndrome, hypotonia, bilateral hip dysplasia, global developmental delays, horizontal nystagmus, visual impairment, and sensory processing disorder. He has a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy tube to supplement his liquid and nutrition…

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