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Hair Fashion Games For Girls





hair fashion games for girls






    hair fashion
  • A hairstyle, hairdo, or haircut refers to the styling of head hair. The fashioning of hair can be considered an aspect of personal grooming, fashion, and cosmetics, although practical, cultural, and popular considerations also influence some hairstyles.





    games
  • A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis

  • (game) bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"

  • A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck

  • A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result

  • (game) a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"

  • (game) crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"





    girls
  • A person's daughter, esp. a young one

  • A young or relatively young woman

  • (girl) a young woman; "a young lady of 18"

  • (girl) daughter: a female human offspring; "her daughter cared for her in her old age"

  • A female child

  • (girl) female child: a youthful female person; "the baby was a girl"; "the girls were just learning to ride a tricycle"











hair fashion games for girls - Barbie Designable Hair




Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Doll


Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Doll



Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Doll
Utilizing technology, Barbie introduces the newest way to customize and personalize hair fashions with designable hair extensions. Girls of all ages can design and create their very own personalized hair extensions printable on any inkjet printer. The process starts online by designing your very own hair extensions (or selecting the available Barbie iconography), then printing and wearing them. Designable Hair Extensions come with a Barbie doll and include 16 hair extensions, 3 large clips 2 small clips for unique and personalized looks allowing for endless hair play and fun. Also available is the Barbie Designable Hair Extensions Refill Pack, which is sold separately. Girls of all ages will love the unique and personalized looks that allow for endless hair play fun.
Product Dimensions: 9.75 (L) X 3 (W) X 12.75 (H)
Age: 6 years and up

Introducing the newest way to design your own hairtastic look - new Barbie printable hair extensions and doll! Your favorite Barbie Girl can now customize and create a hairstyle that works for her Barbie and for herself with cool, fun and fashionable hair extensions! Girls can show off their unique style in a way that is totally Barbie, and share it easily with friends. For ages 6 and up.
Designing online

Go online to design your own hairtastic look, using Barbie content and your own images.

Friends with new hair

Then share your fab Barbie Designable Hair Extensions with your friends!

Design It, Print It, Wear It, Share It
The Barbie Designable Hair Extensions kit allows girls of all ages to create personalized hair extensions, and print them out using any inkjet printer. The process starts online, where you design your own customized look using the Hair Extensions designer. Choose from special Barbie content or upload your own images to create your own hairtastic style. There are endless possibilities, with hundreds of designs to choose from. After finishing the design, place the friendly hair paper into your inkjet printer to bring your design to life. Once printing is complete, peel the extension off and attach it to the barrette clip included in the kit – one for you, and one for Barbie! Clip it in your own hair for a whole new look, or start a new trend by sharing it with a friend. Additional printable hair extensions are available for purchase separately for endless hair play and fun.
Fashion Icon and Inspiration
With Barbie Designable Hair Extensions, girls have a whole new way to express their inner Fashionista with their friends. But there’s more to Barbie than just fashion. For more than five decades, Barbie has inspired girls to play out their dreams and aspirations without ever having to leave home. First introduced as the original Teenage Fashion Model back in 1959, Barbie has since had more than 125 careers, represented 40 different nationalities and collaborated with more than 70 different fashion designers to become the fashion icon she is today. Barbie remains the world’s most popular doll, and with her fab lifestyle, great career choices, and on - and offline adventures, Barbie continues to reach and inspire girls wherever they are today.
Barbie - Living the Fabulous Life
Whatever your dreams may be, Barbie can help you imagine them. Do you have perpetual Fashion Fever? Check out the Barbie Fashionistas line. Want to explore what it’s like to be a pastry chef, a computer engineer, or a pediatrician? Try on a new career with Barbie I Can Be. Dreaming of being a princess, fairy, or mermaid? Then Barbie Fantasy is for you. Do you fall in love with specific themes, designers, or movies? Barbie Collector is just what you’re looking for. Explore all of these and more at the Amazon Barbie Brand Shop.
What's In The Box?
Includes 6 barrette clips for girls or for Barbie doll, and 16 printable hair extensions that can be easily shared. Doll included.
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Charlotte's First Time Out




Charlotte's First Time Out





Charlotte,
(who is better known as Chuck)
planned for weeks
for the weekend away from home,
buying pantyhose, make-up, heels
and underthings,

a pretty dress
fancy rings
and hair that fell
like the golden fringe
on a cheerleader's miniskirt,
and hiding it all
in a box in the garage
behind old paint cans
in a corner
where his wife never goes,
good camouflage
slipping out there the night before
to pack it in the trunk of the car
for this was to be
his first
time out.

He told her he was going
to a "regional meeting,"
a training session,
a seminar,
a very boring kind of thing,
from which he would return
on Sunday.

The drive was long
four hours,
(plus one ten-minute pit stop
to relieve himself and buy 12 cans of Bud...for you)
but necessary to be far enough away
so no one there would know him;
no chance of being recognized
("Isn't that Chuck over there?
in the sequined mini-dress?
Yeah
You remember Chuck.
Wasn't he a running back, back in high school
for the Querro Gobblers?")

Checked in as someone else
and trucked his stuff to the motel room
his heart beating hard
like the big bass drum
at half-time
and immediately got down to business.

Shaving carefully first
and then the make-up
(according to instructions he found on the Internet.)
Carefully applying layer after layer
of this and that
and last of all
the wig,
preening in the mirror
a pom-pom girl at last
preparing for her date
with destiny.

The clothing was a cinch.
He'd done it all, many times before
stealing time
when his wife was not around.
(She might have understood, he thought,
but then again
might not.
So why take the chance?)

The bra,
the slip,
and then the clothes;
the dress
high heels,
and pantyhose
and there she was
so free at last
so free at last
feeling so flighty
and free at last.

Crossing to the door she saw
the light of twilight
through the motel window.
Not time, just yet, she thought,
Much safer in the evening light,
and turned the TV on.
ESPN
included in the price. How nice.
And just in time to see
the Bears kick off.
How nice.

And what a game it was.
Dear Charlotte didn't see the time slip by
She chewed her lipstick off at third and one.
And scratched her nails to shreds
at fourth and goal.

At half time she took off her wig
and pantyhose
and popped the top
on one more bud for you.
Who knows
what might have been
if Charlotte had not fumbled on that night.

You see,
the game plan doesn't always go as planned,
and armchair quarterbacks in heels
may fill the stands
But though they may not play
the odds are high
they'll dress out on another day.
~Bobbi Williams

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18 Feb 11











Charlotte Rampling




Charlotte Rampling





Charlotte Rampling was born in Sturmer, England in 1946. The daughter of a British Colonel who became a NATO commander and a painter, she was educated at Jeanne d'Arc Academie pour Jeunes Filles in Versailles, France and at the exclusive St. Hilda's school in Bushley, England. She was a model before entering films in Richard Lester's The Knack ...and How to Get It (1965), followed by roles in Georgy Girl (1966) and Luchino Visconti's La caduta degli dei (1969). Rampling is best known for her role in Liliana Cavani's Il portiere di notte (1974), where she played a concentration camp survivor who is reunited with the Nazi guard (Dirk Bogarde) who tortured her throughout her captivity. In 1974, she co-starred with Sean Connery in John Boorman's science fiction adventure Zardoz (1974), with Robert Mitchum in Farewell, My Lovely (1975), with Woody Allen in his Stardust Memories (1980), and with Paul Newman in Sidney Lumet's The Verdict (1982). An actress always willing to take on bold and meaningful roles, Rampling had perhaps the most off-beat one in Nagisa Oshima's 1986 comedy Max mon amour (1986) as Margaret, a woman in love with a chimpanzee. She also voices video games, such as The Ring.









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