It might not be vampy enough but NARS fire down below is a nice burgandy red. It looks vampy on me coz I am pale but on some more tanned people it looks more muted red.
Response to A Definitive Ranking Of Aussie Biscuits:
I don’t think Arnott’s did sponsor - if they did there would be only Arnott’s on here. They just actually have that many different kinds of biscuits. They are by far the biggest biscuit maker in Australia. Most biscuits are Arnott’s or knockoffs of Arnott’s.
The term ‘cookie’ is generally reserved for non-shaped biscuits with chocolate chips or other sort of mix in. Even then they are a type of biscuit.
Also, bloody hell, this is an Australian post about Australian biscuits - if you want to talk about US Girls Scouts Cookies there are plenty of articles:
And here they are ranked! http://www.buzzfeed.com/hollandtacular/the-definitive-ranking-of-this-seasons-girl-scout-fj1w#.ldpQ9mP7J7
I think people don’t do that as often now as the stuffing can absorb meat juice and if it is not cooked completely through there is a risk of food poisoning (and most people just cook a turkey until the meat is cooked, not until the stuffinf reaches temp).
We put it in the bird but then take it out near the end of baking, put it in a dish and roast it more until it is crunchy on top. Yum!
Wow, so just ANYONE can be a designer? If they try? They don’t need talent, skills or previous understanding? Wow this is opening so many possibilities. Not to state the bleeping obvious but this is not advice for people who have experience in one profession where hands-on work is essential - like teaching, nursing, labwork, painting, building, the culinary arts… and even at workplaces that are highly computer based they often require you do be there to meet with clients or present work.
Response to Here’s Why Australia Shouldn’t Be In Eurovision:
Well technically Indigenous Australian is a race. But it also depends on which definition of ‘race’ you use.
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Response to 15 Ways To Amp Up Your Eyeliner Game:
“Looks so easy, yet takes only a little effort.”
What does that mean? It looks easy but isn’t THAT easy?
Good to see this stuff making the front page. But any word on what subtypes it protects against? What type of vaccine it is? How the approach differs from the previous hundreds of failed malaria vaccines? A link to a primary research article? Impact of malaria in general?
I’m a medical researcher in immunology and I think science illiteracy is promoted by poor science reporting, this is an exciting development and I think this article sells it a bit short. :(