• Sun, Jan 6 2008

This Week’s Most Splendid!

From the Splendicity community, comes the most splendid of the week.

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Beauty and Fashion Tech has Eight New Year’s Resolutions.
CelebLOOK asks who looked better: Carrie Underwood or Miley Cyrus?
Beauty Secrets Revealed Is Giving Away 2 Wonderful Spa Kits.
Viva Woman finds out why glass storage is better for natural skincare products.
NY $pender shares her New Year’s Resolutions.
All That & a wonders about the lengths women go to be skinny.
Indie Style File puts the spotlight on designer Ohne Titel.
Her Accessories has picked her favorites from 2007 and her not-so-favorites.
Shopalicious scores a dress with both casual and party flair, from Brooklyn fave, Bird Boutique.
Style…a work in progress makes her style resolutions for the upcoming year as she ponders the words of Benjamin Franklin, “How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them”.
Temptalia shares a tutorial to get cat eyes using liquid liner, plus the easy neutral eye.
Petite Fashionista tells us how to mix the high and low.
Shoe Blitz says, Feeling Blue? Try these Emilio Pucci Peep-Toe Pumps.

Have a splendid week!

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  • amber

    yea uhh NAY!!

The Splendid Weekly Read!

From the Splendicity community, comes the most splendid of the week.

graphic_splendid_reads

Beauty and Fashion Tech has Eight New Year’s Resolutions.
CelebLOOK asks who looked better: Carrie Underwood or Miley Cyrus?
Beauty Secrets Revealed Is Giving Away 2 Wonderful Spa Kits.
Viva Woman finds out why glass storage is better for natural skincare products.
NY $pender shares her New Year’s Resolutions.
All That & a wonders about the lengths women go to be skinny.
Indie Style File puts the spotlight on designer Ohne Titel.
Her Accessories has picked her favorites from 2007 and her not-so-favorites.
Shopalicious scores a dress with both casual and party flair, from Brooklyn fave, Bird Boutique.
Style…a work in progress makes her style resolutions for the upcoming year as she ponders the words of Benjamin Franklin, “How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them”.
Temptalia shares a tutorial to get cat eyes using liquid liner, plus the easy neutral eye.
Petite Fashionista tells us how to mix the high and low.
Shoe Blitz says, Feeling Blue? Try these Emilio Pucci Peep-Toe Pumps.

Have a splendid week!

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  • Barbara Patrick

    Hello Teri, The only thing I agree with you about is maybe they are too big for her size body but she likes to be noticed. Theres nothing wrong with that. She is getting older in her late 30′s and I think it’s great how she keeps her self up. As for her breast augmentation, if the doctor who done them offered one free breast augmentation women wuld be lined up. I FOR ONE WOULD HOPE TO BE THE FIRST ONE IN LINE. No, not just because it’s free but because he is Pamela Andersons doctor. There are a lot of women in this world including me who would love to have breast augmentation but can’t afford it/do not want to go in debt for it. For all the women in the world who would like to look better in our clothes , we look up to her, and wish we could be like her in some ways. I think she is a great mother, actress , and it seems she a great person/rolemodel. She seems to wear her heart out for all to walk on it. Maybe next time use the pictures of her breast augmentation but leave her face and name out of it. She deserves better than that.

  • http://none r

    Ummm, I believe most people associate Pamela Anderson with breasts. That is her trademark. I don’t think that it would be necessary to leave her face out of a picture, she has created a look which does not focus on her face. I am not judging; I am calling it like I see it.

    And, from the “small, non-augmented breast camp”, I think that big boobs are fine for those who feel the need to have them, but I feel that smaller, or at least proportionate breasts are more graceful on a body. Boob jobs on most women to me scream “please associate me with sex!” and I think there’s a dose of low self-esteem in there, too.