Lime Crime Adds Plushies Lip Tint to Their Product Line

Lime Crime released a new addition to their lipstick line. Plushies Lip Tint was released in time to pair with slinky silks, satins, and laces for Valentine’s Day. Add press-on nails for fun-factor.

Plushies are described as a “Soft Focus Lip Veil” and will bring out the wearer’s sultry side. There are 12 smooth colors in the collection: milk tea, turkish delight, blackberry, jam, lavender honey, rosebud, butterscotch, marmalade, gumdrop, smokey, and grape jelly.

The lipstick line includes:

  • Liquid Matte Valentines, which comes in 42 fabulous colors inspired by rose petals. In addition to traditional colors, customers can choose blue, green, black or browns.
  • Metallic Valentines (Matte) takes color up a notch with nine spectacularly wow shades including reds, pinks, blue, burgundy, lavenders, and purple.
  • Diamond Crushers Iridescent lipsticks are 16 shades of sparkle. These can be used alone or as a lipstick topper. Lime Crime also suggests trying to highlight the body using these glittery colors.
  • Unicorn Lipstick is kiss proof semi-matte lip creme that also moisturizes. The shades are neutral in pinks and reds.

Online reviewers of varying skins tones report the lipstick colors are beautiful and match Lime Crime’s website. They are thrilled with their purchases.

Lime Crime’s product line does stop at lipstick. The collection has three distinctly different eyeshadows and hair color.

  • Diamond Dew which brings on the glittery sparkle for a night of clubbing.
  • Pocket Candy Palettes were designed with 90s toy colors in mind. Each compact, complete with a mirror, holds a total of five colors in bright and neutral tones.
  • Venus Palettes flip eyelids toward grunge. One has eight shades of rusty-red tones, and the other is silvery-gray shades for the nu-grunge look.

Unicorn Hair is semi-permanent fantasy hair color. Choose one or several shades to go from glam to artsy. Lime Crime offers 27 gorgeous hues that can be purchased in jars or sample packets. One jar will cover bob-length hair.

A person’s face and hair is a canvas and using these products will create a masterpiece limited only by one’s imagination. The entire LimeCrime product line is 100 percent vegan and cruelty-free products.

World’s Greatest Collector Car Auction

Car enthusiasts will be in wonder as they view the extremely rare McLaren P1 GTR at the 47th Annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction January 21st at Westworld of Scottsdale Arizona.

This year’s collectible car auction is sponsored by U.S. Money Reserve, the prestigious firm known as an industry leader in precious metals. Not only will connoisseurs of vintage cars be able to view an exquisite variety of unusual and rare vehicles, but may also take advantage of the U.S. Money Reserve teams vast knowledge of precious metals.

According to John Rothans, Chief Numismatist at U.S. Money Reserve, his company is excited to sponsor this event that hosts a customer base akin to those of U.S. Money Reserve. Read more: US Money Reserve President Philip Diehl Named Chairman of the Industry Council for Tangible Assets | PRNewswire and US Money Reserve – Blog

His team will be available for questions and to provide information to those who are interested in precious metal investment to those attending the auction.

Considered the “World’s Greatest Collector Car Auction,” the Scottsdale Auction, organized by Barrett-Jackson auctions thousands of collectible automobiles are auctioned throughout the world both in person as well as live on television.

This year features the unique McLaren P1 GTR, VIN # 0001, one of only 45 manufactured in the world. This vehicle features only 605 miles on the odometer and a top speed of 225 while going from 0 to 60 in 2.4 seconds. Those interested may contact Gary Bennett at 480-290-3019.

Although world renown and catering to over 200,000 patrons, the annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction continues to make the event “more than just an auction” and more of a “celebration of the automotive lifestyle” according to Craig Jackson, chairman, and CEO of Barrett-Jackson. This year’s week-long event will continue the tradition of being unique among collector car enthusiasts.

Sponsor U.S. Money Reserve, known as the exclusive dealer of the 75th Anniversary Pearl Harbor coin series and the only government-issued precious metal distributor led by a former U.S. Mint director prides itself in providing precious metals to discerning collectors worldwide.

As a sponsor of the prestigious Scottsdale Auction, the company’s highly trained team will lend their services to answer questions and provide information to the elite attendees of this celebrated auction.

U.S. Reserve includes a team trained in coin research, and includes numismatic professionals trained to ensure the highest profits available in the precious metal industry.

Learn more about US Money Reserve:

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Expert Urologist Dr. David Samadi Educates on Prostate Cancer

Mitt Romney recently announced that last summer he underwent surgery to treat a slow-growing tumor found in his prostate. Dr. David Samadi, Chairman of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital published an article to clarify for readers the implications of getting diagnosed with prostate cancer. According to Dr. David Samadi, when the cancer is still localized within the prostate, so it hasn’t metastasized and spread to other parts of the body, the prognosis for the patient is excellent, depending on the treatment option they choose.

Men with localized prostate cancer can have their prostates removed by surgery or they can undergo radiation treatment. They must choose. Radiation therapy uses targeted radiation to attempt to kill all the cancer cells. Dr. David Samadi always advises these patients to remove their prostate. Because all the cancer cells are in the prostate, they are entirely removed along with the prostate. The success rate for the patients who have their prostates removed by surgery is close to 100%. According to studies, men who receive the radiation therapy have twice the death rate. And, according to the studies, they are one-and-a-half times more likely sooner than the men who choose the surgery.

Dr. David Samadi mentions another possible consequence of receiving radiation therapy that is not known by many people. Radiation is a known carcinogen. That is, radiation causes cancer. And this is just as true of the radiation therapy used to treat cancer. Every exposure to radiation raises the patient’s risk of developing other tumors. Men receiving radiation therapy for prostate cancer have an increased risk of cancers of the bladder and rectum, and even of developing more prostate cancer in the future. Also, it’s difficult to perform prostate surgery after radiation therapy. If the man receives radiation instead of surgery and later discovers the cancer has spread to other parts of the body, the chance of surviving for five or more years drops to 30%.

In 2007, Dr. David Samadi went to work at Mt Sinai School of Medicine. He became their Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery. by 2012 he earned $6.7 million, the highest-paid doctor in New York City. A year later, he moved to Lenox Hill Hospital where he is also the Chief of Robotic Surgery. He belongs to the American Medical Association and the American Urological Association. He attracts attention to his practice by appearing in the media more than most doctors.

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