Dark Lipstick Famous Quotes & Sayings

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34 Dark Lipstick Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Dark Lipstick Sayings By Linda Perlstein: Twelve-year-olds are eager to turn everything into arguments but don't have the cognitive skills to Twelve-year-olds are eager to turn everything into arguments but don't have the cognitive skills to win them. — Linda Perlstein
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Krista Ritchie: I grazed her from head to toe: black high heels, dark red lipstick, sleek brown I grazed her from head to toe: black high heels, dark red lipstick, sleek brown pony and those tyrannical yellow-green eyes, burning holes into the glass. I was sharing an elevator with a tempestuous, electric storm that I refused to calm. I always wished to be swept into madness, if only for a moment, to truncate the mundane, ordinary moments of my existence. — Krista Ritchie
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Liz Goldwyn: Red lipstick is my armour - I feel it distracts from my hereditary dark circles Red lipstick is my armour - I feel it distracts from my hereditary dark circles and gives me an instant psychological lift, no matter what my mood is. — Liz Goldwyn
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Charles Bukowski: She knew what she wanted and it wasn't / me. / I know more women She knew what she wanted and it wasn't / me. / I know more women like that than any / other kind. — Charles Bukowski
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Berkeley Breathed: I could draw Bloom County with my nose and pay my cleaning lady to write I could draw Bloom County with my nose and pay my cleaning lady to write it, and I'd bet I wouldn't lose 10% of my papers over the next twenty years. Such is the nature of comic-strips. Once established, their half-life is usually more than nuclear waste. — Berkeley Breathed
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Tom Ford: For Fleur de Chine, I imagined the romantic and mysterious women from Asia's cinematic past-from For Fleur de Chine, I imagined the romantic and mysterious women from Asia's cinematic past-from the '30s femme fatale in a cheongsam and dark lipstick, to the'60s Hong Kong heroine of In the Mood for Love. I wanted to capture that fascinating, exquisite and slightly scandalous femininity. — Tom Ford
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Rihanna: In the first two years of my career, there were a lot of restraints on In the first two years of my career, there were a lot of restraints on what I could do. I couldn't wear certain colors of lipstick, like bright pink, dark pink or red; [my lips] had to be natural. Eventually, I stopped communicating with certain people at the label, and did exactly what I wanted to do. And that was to cut my hair, dye it black, change my clothes, change my sound. Really to just express myself. — Rihanna
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Ray Milland: I hate imitation jewelry, dark lipstick and most of all a shrill voice. This has I hate imitation jewelry, dark lipstick and most of all a shrill voice. This has spoiled many a picture of feminine loveliness. — Ray Milland
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By John D. MacDonald: She was a tall and slender woman, possibly in her early thirties. Her skin had She was a tall and slender woman, possibly in her early thirties. Her skin had the extraordinary fineness of grain, and the translucence you see in small children and fashion models. In her fine long hands, delicacy of wrists, floating texture of dark hair, and in the mobility of the long narrow sensitive structuring of her face there was the look of something almost too well made, too highly bred, too finely drawn for all the natural crudities of human existence. Her eyes were large and very dark and tilted and set widely. She wore dark Bermuda shorts and sandals and a crisp blue and white blouse, no jewelry of any kind, a sparing touch of lipstick. — John D. MacDonald
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Dark Lipstick Sayings By Lisa Kleypas: It's just ... Hardy was always the one I was supposed to end up with. It's just ... Hardy was always the one I was supposed to end up with. He was everything I dreamed of and wanted. But damn it, why did he have to show up when I thought I'd finally gotten over him? — Lisa Kleypas
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Robin Talley: The lipstick is a dark, dark red. The kind Hollywood stars wear. Not a shade The lipstick is a dark, dark red. The kind Hollywood stars wear. Not a shade good girls in Davisburg wear to the movies. I try it on anyway and gaze at my reflection in the mirror.

I don't look sick. I certainly don't look like that kind of girl.

What does that kind of girl look like, anyway? — Robin Talley
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Cass R. Sunstein: Partyism certainly isn't as horrible as racism; no one is enslaved or turned into a Partyism certainly isn't as horrible as racism; no one is enslaved or turned into a lower caste. But according to some measures, partyism now exceeds racism. In — Cass R. Sunstein
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Kathleen Tessaro: She was wearing a simple silver sheath cut within an inch of indecency, curving round She was wearing a simple silver sheath cut within an inch of indecency, curving round her slender shoulders and then falling away to expose the smooth white skin of her back and just a hint of the soft round curve of her breasts. She had on no jewellery, only a pale wash of lipstick, and again the black halo of hair was arranged so that it looked almost wind tossed. Yet her dark tresses shone, framing her face with a soft, unearthly light. Next to the other women at the table, with their diamonds, heavy strands of pearls, and meticulously groomed faces and hair, she seemed feral and bewitching. The impact of her beauty lay in her confidence and her utter lack of self-awareness. In contrast, others appeared to be trying too hard, careful and staid. — Kathleen Tessaro
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Stephen F. Campbell: She was the kind of girl who wore dark lipstick and didn't need to speak She was the kind of girl who wore dark lipstick and didn't need to speak a word to seduce you. — Stephen F. Campbell
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Courtney Summers: It's kind of like stumbling upon the scene of an accident. Once you've looked, you're It's kind of like stumbling upon the scene of an accident. Once you've looked, you're part of it. Especially if you walk away. — Courtney Summers
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Robert F. Williams: The violence that we had in the 60's was limited. The next time it will The violence that we had in the 60's was limited. The next time it will be unlimited because the violence in the 60's was a struggle for human dignity and for human rights. The next struggle will be a struggle for survival and it will not just be limited to Black people or Black against white, but it will be the poor people, the masses of the people of the country, struggling for the right to live or the right to survive. — Robert F. Williams
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Ellen Schreiber: That's what my mother doesn't understand about my lipstick and dark clothes. I don't wear That's what my mother doesn't understand about my lipstick and dark clothes. I don't wear tattoos to freak her out; I wear them because I have to. It's me. — Ellen Schreiber
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Allowing ourselves to become pure point of view, we hang in midair over the city. Allowing ourselves to become pure point of view, we hang in midair over the city. What we see now is a gigantic metropolis waking up. Commuter trains of many colors move in all directions, transporting people from place to place. Each of those under transport is a human being with a different face and mind, and at the same time each is a nameless part of the collective identity. Each is simultaneously a self-contained whole and a mere part. Handling this dualism of theirs skillfully and advantageously, they perform their morning rituals with deftness and precision: brushing teeth, shaving, tying neckties, applying lipstick. They check the morning news on TV, exchange words with their families, eat, defecate. — Haruki Murakami
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Max Hawthorne: The trouble with competitors' sycophants is they don't know where to put their tongues. Here's The trouble with competitors' sycophants is they don't know where to put their tongues. Here's a suggestion: Try behind your teeth. With your mouth shut. — Max Hawthorne
Dark Lipstick Sayings By HL37: Her mascara ran in streaksdown her facelipstick smeared across heralabaster cheeks like a porcelaindoll that Her mascara ran in streaks
down her face
lipstick smeared across her
alabaster cheeks like a porcelain
doll that had been flung around
before the paint had dried.

...

barely blinking
eyes like content little suns
poking through dark mascara
clouds
she is broken
yet whole at the same time
and she belongs to him

(excerpt from "Content" in Make Me Take It From You by HL37) — HL37
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Amy Meredith: Eve returned to her lip-gloss application. "Biology. Ms Whittier," she said, not bothering to look Eve returned to her lip-gloss application. "Biology. Ms Whittier," she said, not bothering to look at Luke.
"Cool. Me too. Can I borrow that?" He reached around her and plucked her lip glaze out of her fingers. She still held the wand.
He held out his hand for it.
"What? No," Eve said.
"Come on, it's my first day. I want to make a good impression. And clearly biology can't be understood without lipstick," Luke joked.
"Funny." Eve grabbed the lip glaze back. "This stuff is really good for you."
Luke raised his eyebrows. They disappeared into his floppy blond hair. He didn't have expressive dark brows like Mal.
"It has green tea antioxidants," Eve continued. "And macadamia extract and aloe vera for healing."
"Oh. That's different then," Luke said. "Carry on. — Amy Meredith
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Daniel Handler: She licked her lips and then wiped them on her hand, her dark lipstick staining She licked her lips and then wiped them on her hand, her dark lipstick staining her wrist like a suicide. — Daniel Handler
Dark Lipstick Sayings By J.J. Brown: She listens to the delicate fluttering of sparrows' wings, tiny messengers. The sound reminds her She listens to the delicate fluttering of sparrows' wings, tiny messengers. The sound reminds her of life - struggling, beating, rising, flying, and now dissolving into space. — J.J. Brown
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Jennifer Jabaley: Oh, come on Em." He stopped walking and looked me in the eyes. His own Oh, come on Em." He stopped walking and looked me in the eyes. His own were dark and shiny. "You know how I feel about you," he muttered.
"I do?"
He stepped closer and whispered, "When you're around, music plays in my head."
My eyes welled. "Music," I repeated softly.
"Well, you know." He grinned. "It's the Jaws theme. Da dum. Da dum. — Jennifer Jabaley
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Agatha Christie: If you are to be Hercule Poirot, you must think of everything. If you are to be Hercule Poirot, you must think of everything. — Agatha Christie
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Joshua Foer: Our ability to find humor in the world, to make connections between previously unconnected notions, Our ability to find humor in the world, to make connections between previously unconnected notions, to create new ideas, to share in a common culture: All these essentially human acts depend on memory. — Joshua Foer
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Jessica Biel: I trust my makeup artist to apply dark lipstick, but I get nervous about reapplying I trust my makeup artist to apply dark lipstick, but I get nervous about reapplying it, so I'll just use gloss instead. The last time I tried to reapply dark lipstick, I dropped it on my dress and it left a spot. — Jessica Biel
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Abbi Glines: Are you sure it wasn't my sexy-as-hell voice whispering in your ear that caused your Are you sure it wasn't my sexy-as-hell voice whispering in your ear that caused your momentary lack of oxygen? — Abbi Glines
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Sarina Bowen: I'm speechless. But my dick has plenty to say. I'm already hard at the idea I'm speechless. But my dick has plenty to say. I'm already hard at the idea of Wes being prepped and ready for me. I drop my mouth onto his and he moans again. My tongue glides across his piercing and we're off to the horny dog races. We kiss as if there's a meteor heading straight for the Toronto metropolitan area. Wes's eager hands roam my ass while I suck on his tongue. His eagerness is like a drug, and I want hit after hit. I can feel how hard he is, even through all of our clothes. He wants me to fuck him, and he's all primed and ready? "Mmm," I moan into his mouth. Sexiest fucking thing I ever heard. That's when the doorbell rings. "Hold that thought," I say, pushing up on one arm. "Nooooo!" Wes lifts both his legs to trap me in them. "No." Kiss. "No." Kiss. "Don't even think about it." Pinning his hands to the quilt is easy, because he's horny to the point of distraction. "Stop it, baby. It's the couch delivery. We're paying seventy-five bucks for them to show up on a Saturday. — Sarina Bowen
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Holly Hall: Autumn is the best time of year. Maybe the worst for being a single girl Autumn is the best time of year. Maybe the worst for being a single girl of twenty-six, but in every other way, it's perfect. The best things come out of hiding this time of year: the rich colors of fall leaves, pumpkin flavored everything, dark lipstick, sweaters and boots, fires, and . . . Landon Farrar, apparently. — Holly Hall
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Amy Bloom: My mother's favorite photograph was one of herself at twenty-four years old, unbearably beautiful, utterly My mother's favorite photograph was one of herself at twenty-four years old, unbearably beautiful, utterly glamorous, in a black-straw cartwheel hat, dark-red lipstick, and a smart black suit, her notepad on a cocktail table. I know nothing about that woman. — Amy Bloom
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Julian Barnes: Life always refused simplicity. Life always refused simplicity. — Julian Barnes
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Penny Watson: He leaned forward and bit her bottom lip. It was just the right size. He He leaned forward and bit her bottom lip. It was just the right size. He hated women with thin, judgmental lips. Smeared with dark red lipstick. Stingy and manipulative. Bev's mouth looked ripe and vulnerable. He sucked on that soft lower lip for a few seconds. — Penny Watson
Dark Lipstick Sayings By Jitin Prasada: Even to build a vote bank, you need to tackle the problems people face. Rural Even to build a vote bank, you need to tackle the problems people face. Rural jobs that stop migration to cities, road networks for better connectivity, and a sense of security get people to vote for you. — Jitin Prasada