I started out selling Sheer Beauty Bare Minerals Cosmetics. I used to use name brand mineral cosmetics but got tired of their prices & the little amount that they gave me. I paid $35 for 9g. Ours costs $18 & you get 30g of cosmetics. I added a wholesale designer line, theres lots of brand names for up to 98% off retail.
Hilary Farrell specializes in everything from natural, everyday looks to high fashion beauty. Her work has been featured on the cover of Ink Magazine, the homepage for Southwest Airlines, and in a variety of local photo and video shoots.
At M&M Esthetics, the emphasis is on helping clients rejuvenate their appearance in a peaceful environment. The spa's licensed aesthetician provides services such as microdermabrasion, which mitigates sun damage and lessens the appearance of fine lines, and body waxing to help clients prep for beach season. The spa welcomes both male and female clients.
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Armed with state-of-the-art sound systems and lighting, The Monaco beckons guests to let loose while shimmying on a dance floor infused with thumping beats and pulsing lights. This extravagant corner of the Martini Corner Entertainment District is jazzed up with low-profile VIP tables, glittering chandeliers, and olives speared upon toothpicks as a warning to rebellious fruits. Guests can indulge in bottle service or boogie down while chatting at the bar. No matter the night or occasion, a DJ is always on-hand to fuel the party spirit with top 40 jams.
The sizzling and crackling of meat, the taste of cold, frothy beer, and the dulcet sound of live tunes can only mean one thing: Bacon Fest is in town. In preparation, local restaurants are lining up in the parking lot at the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City to display their mind-boggling array of creatively bacon-centered dishes. Guests traipse amid the booths to sample the wares, drink beer, and bond over their mutual love of the treasured pork delicacy. The Josh Vowell Band and Baconator supply live music, and vendors such as Bakon Vodka, Fogo de Chão, and Paradise Locker Meats supply more palate-pleasing edibles. Fun contests abound, including a bacon-eating contest, a contest for the best bacon-themed T-shirt, and a contest to see who can turn lead into 24-karat bacon. A portion of the event's proceeds goes to benefit the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, which assists newly disabled adults and children with medical rehabilitation and job placement.