The Millionaire Makeover (Bachelor Auction, #2) by Naima SimoneHe promised to stay away…but some promises are made to be broken
Plain-Jane computer programmer Khloe Richardson needs a date—one to make the prince of her dreams jealous. Maybe then hell finally see her as a desirable swan and not the ugly duckling in the second office from the left.
But when she bids on a bachelor at a charity auction, the man she wins is millionaire Niall Hunter—who once made intense, passionate love to her and then left without a word. Shes determined not to let her guard down again—among other things—around the infamous Irish lothario.
Niall never imagined his penance for one hot-as-hell night with his best friend’s little sister would be transforming her from a shy wallflower to a sultry siren. Helping her attract another man is torture...especially when he promised his friend he’d stay away. Plus, she wants forever, and hes not a forever kind of guy. But Niall cant stop wanting her. Cant stop touching her. Cant stop, period. And damn if he can remember why he has to...
A LITTLE boy was hilariously caught both red-handed and red-faced by his family after he borrowed his sister's lipstick to give himself and his Minion a makeover. Damon, from Canada, turned his bedroom into a beauty parlour for all his toys but there was a problem - he hadn't asked his sibling permission to use her makeup. So, when Angelica went to use her brightly coloured lipsticks, she was confused as to where they'd disappeared to and immediately asked her mum if she'd seen them. Damon's mum must've had a sneaking suspicion that her little boy had something to do with the mystery of the missing makeup, so armed with her camera, she filmed the moment she approached his door. The clip starts with the mum entering Damon's room, saying: "Angelina just came into my room asking if I'd taken her makeup. She then explains to her daughter that she "did not take your makeup," before turning to her shifty looking son and asking:"Damon, what did you do?
Mum Catherine Carr popped out to do the washing and returned to find her daughter had given her baby brother a makeup look that would do a TOWIE star proud. A mum-of-two left the room for a minute to find her little daughter had given her baby brother an impressive TOWIE -style makeover - "to look just like mummy. Mum Catherine Carr, 24, had thought she'd grab a quiet moment to sort some washing and left three-year-old daughter Tiffany downstairs watching TV with snoozing sibling Frankie. With the base applied, Tiffany set about contouring her little brother's face with levels of highlighter that would do a reality TV star on a night out proud. She finished off Frankie's "new look" with a red lippie - and she didn't forget the vital, pencilled-on brows to frame his face. Her mother came down to find her baby fully made-up, and a proud Tiffany, presenting her handiwork with the explanation she wanted her brother "to look like you mummy". Catherine, of Harrogate, Yorkshire, said: "I left him fast asleep and she was sat quietly watching her tablet.
Inside of a year, the Sheppard sisters, all budding track stars, are featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated. After their appearance, none other than Tyler Perry offered to pay their rent for two years so that they could move out of the shelter -- and mom, Tonia Handy, could get the family back on its feet. The family was so grateful to see their beautiful new apartment after spending eight months in a shelter and weeks in a bare apartment, sleeping on air mattresses. In their first appearance on the show in November, they told the heartbreaking story of still living in the shelter while competing in track and field, the loss of their home of nine years still raw. Handy, who was working for minimum wage at the time, struggled with the situation.
In the video, the young boy is quite happy being made up as a girl but eventually he seems fairly uncomfortable when paraded in front of family and friends. Some of his family and friends look quite uncomfortable seeing him like it but the two Sisters are very proud of their transformational work. Initially, this looks like a bit of harmless fun and it looks like the Sisters meant it to be for fun purposes but do you think something like this can be dangerous? Exposing this kind of thing on the internet can also attract the wrong kind of viewer as many predators lurk within the dark recesses of the web. There was another video on YouTube with the same theme and some of the comments on the video were quite disturbing. The whole idea of a young boy having a makeover can be harmless fun at home without the prying eyes of those dark and twisted characters lurking about on the internet.
A neat and tidy salon was open, girls working on the makeover of various people that had events, a specialized salon for all sorts of occasions I pity your career decisions Actually maybe you're right But if you insist! He felt big and mighty, receiving such treatment as he sat down, and was offered a nice cup of tea, "And free drinks too, maybe I'll write this place a -decent- review" He says, while the staff give the 'OK'. What is