Makeup was something she rarely wore, but she did have some.
"Rough night," she muttered and snatched her makeup bag from him.
"I don't think I want to stare at someone's finger while I'm putting on my makeup," she said with a shudder.
She wore no makeup but some alluring perfume made her smell like heaven.
He could still see the bruises through the makeup covering her face.
Deidre washed her face and redid her makeup before venturing to peek into the bathtub again.
With her carefully crafted outfit and makeup, Hannah fit right in.
She was not pretty, but it was obvious, even to Dean's untrained eye, that her attire, hair do, makeup and whole mien did not evolve from the poor side of the tracks.
She looked terrible—re-deyed, no makeup and dark roots beginning to show through her Annie Quincy blonde.
She wore neither makeup nor jewelry, but her blouse and skirt demonstrated that she had made a half-hearted attempt to dress for company.
In spite of little or no makeup, she looked knockout gorgeous.
She had changed her clothes and washed the makeup from her face.
Makeup had always been more of a bother to her than anything else, so she didn't wear any.
"Makeup," he said without glancing up.
When computers are in your clothes, medicine, eyeglasses, wallet, tires, walls, makeup, jewelry, cookware, tennis shoes, binoculars, and everything else you own, those things will do more than you can imagine—the stuff of science fiction.
In addition, how food affects us unquestionably has a lot to do with genetic factors, and because everyone has a different genetic makeup, different foods affect each of us differently.
Right now, food with low nutritional value is grown because we don't have an easy way to look at a carrot and know the exact nutritional makeup of that carrot along with every trace chemical on its surface.