black opal


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black opal

[¦blak ′ō·pəl]
(mineralogy)
A variety of gem-quality opal displaying internal reflections against a dark background.
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The Black Opal Fade Away system, which promises "14 days to flawless skin," has been extended with an essential fade complex.
"We are undertaking a major revamp of the Black Opal line," says Claudia Torelli, the company's vice president of marketing, "updating shades and introducing products, and we will be putting them on counter as part of our Black History Month promotion."
She predicts that 2002 will be exciting for Black Opal cosmetics and skin care products, with the new items, new shades, new fixtures and promotions fueling further growth in both segments.
For that reason, the company's Black Opal cosmetics line has devoted special attention to foundations and powder.
She said she emailed Black Opal for more info - "but it bounced back saying the email was no longer in use".
A veteran in the industry whose line for multicultural women debuted more than 24 years ago, Black Opal has linked with model and philanthropist Noella Coursaris Musunka as its first global ambassador.
Blue Rubber Pool was published last week by Black Opal Books, a small traditional press in Oregon.
This charming pendant of a tiny, fluffy chick, for example, uses yellow gold, white diamonds, black opal and strikingly beautiful conch pearls to paint a simple, sweet picture.
Judithe Little; WICKWYTHE HALL; Black Opal Books (Fiction: Historical) ISBN: 9781626946798
For the fish roe Hammond-Chambers uses Black Opal caviar sourced from Healthy Earth, the Sarasota company that took over the caviar division of Mote Marine's Black Siberian sturgeon aquaculture.