bee-stung lips

bee-stung lips

ruby red and puckered female mouth make-up (1920s). [Am. Hist.: Griffith, 198]
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FoxEs blend of sex(y) and news should have been scandalous (and was to many serious journalists), but Ailes knew his audience of mostly white, middle-aged men and sold them what they apparently wanted u ample leg and hint of bosom topped off with bee-stung lips and baby-doll eyes.
Like Bette Davis and Marlene Dietrich, she had begun her career in the 20s when any fashion-conscious flapper had to have bee-stung lips, bobbed hair and pencil-drawn brows.
Actress Sharma, bee-stung lips and all, is convincing as an exploited jazz singer.
The actress is said to have undergone a lip surgery to tone down her bee-stung lips and resorted to silicone implants to improve her appearance.
saintly grifter, with firm brow and confident, bee-stung lips, a girl
Angelina Jolie's bee-stung lips inspire 23 percent of women seeking lip implants or injections, the Salon Services poll found.
The only thing that has changed, she says, is that she has shed the sex-siren image she got from her bee-stung lips and voluptuous figure - although her many male fans might disagree.
She's impossibly tall, elfin and the owner of bee-stung lips that would make Angelina Jolie jealous.
Sometimes, they are not satisfied merely with bee-stung lips Ea la Katrina or dimpled cheeks like Deepika and go for whole body contouring.
Women in their 20s and 30s want Angelina Jolie-style bee-stung lips while those in their 40s, 50s and 60s are keen to restore the fuller effect they had when they were younger.
Scarlett has become the poster girl for old-school glamour, from pouting with those trademark bee-stung lips for Dolce & Gabbana, to posing in the high street as the face of Mango.