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12/20/2011

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Samuel Black

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To homework her skin, Tolot used Babor backward Anti-Aging Cream, $175, to moisten skin and make the bottom for Hill's vernal glow. Then, Tolot applied the Babor Doctor Babor corium Cellular final Perfecting Eye Cream, $124, round her eyes, permitting the cream to soak up before applying foundation. Once finished along with her makeup, Tolot fast Hill's look in situ with the Babor Cleansing CP Thermal Spray, $25, for a natural bedewed look.

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  • Dan Epstein is the author of Big Hair and Plastic Grass: A Funky Ride Through Baseball and America in the Swinging '70s and Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of '76, both published by Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press. He writes about baseball, music and other cultural obsessions for a variety of outlets and publications. He lives in Southern California, and is available for speaking engagements.