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Kiki Overthinks Every Thing
July 3, 2010
I Shoulda Loved Max B4 He Left
Mood:  spacey
Now Playing: Face of the Day with Max Factor Lip Gloss in 810 Vegas Nights
Topic: Beauty Thoughts & Reviews

Late last year, I purchased two Max Factor Vivid Impact Eyeshadow Duos and one MAXalicioius Lip Gloss at a deeply discount price at my local drugstore. It was 75% off! It was a great deal, and I was giving myself major kudos for buying such great products. The Vivid Impact Eyeshadow Duos went on smooth; blened well; and lasted all day. (I purchased the colors Sulty Sage and Smoking Rose.) The lip gloss was vibran, shiny, and highly pigmented. It wasn't until a couple of weeks later did I find out that Max Factor was no longer selling in the U.S. market hence the deep discount. Now, I was kicking myself for not racking up on such a well-performing gloss. You can see it below on my lips. That, my friends, is only one swipe on the top lip and one swipe on the bottom lip without liner.



Formula D Minerals Ultimate Vegan Face Powder and Primer, $9 on Etsy

Kiss My Face Tinted Moisturizer in Branch, $9,

Formula D Minerals Vegan Blush in Flushed, $7, on Etsy


J2 Double-Sided Eye Liner and Shadow in Black/Silver, $3, beauty supply stores

Nicka K Duo Diamond Eyeshadow in Debut, $4, beauty supply stores. (It's hard to tell on the computer screen but darker color is a soft black with silver shimmer.)

Cover Girl Lash Blast mascara, $9, drug stores




Max Factor MAXlicious Lip Gloss in 810 Vegas Nights, various online sites, not available in United States drug stores, about $8.

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Updated: July 3, 2010 9:17 PM EDT
July 1, 2010
KISS Giveaway at Susie's Home and Hobbies
Mood:  sharp
Topic: Contests

Susie has a son, and her son is in a band called  TYRADE. Tyrade has a chance to open for the legendary rock band KISS! In order to be interviewed by KISS, Tyrade needs to be in at least 5th place. After the interview, KISS will then pick the band they want to open for them. Right now, Tyrade is in 7th place right. So, why don't you go over to Susie's website, vote her son's band, and enter the chance to win a great basketful of make-up.

To enter this giveaway, you need to vote and also blog about the contest on your website. 

1. Go here to vote: Enter the zip code 14040, and your demographic infomation.

2. Then blog about the giveaway featuring the photo below so others will be encouraged to join Susie's giveaway and vote. Finally, leave ONE comment on Susie's blog that you voted with your email address and the link to your blog where you posted.

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Updated: July 3, 2010 3:10 PM EDT
Face of the Day (FOTD)

Since I figured out how to take pictures using my webcam, I decided to try another face of the day post. The weather was mild enough for me to do a full face otherwise I would have just done gloss, mascara and eyeliner. Also, I had enough time before work to spend about 10-15 minutes putting on my make-up and to take a picture. I'm pleased with the outcome and all the products I used although I think the lipstick clashes a bit with my eye color even after I blotted. I should have worn gloss instead. Pish, posh, on with the show! Laughing


All over lid to brow bone--Orglamix mineral eye shadow in Chamomile ($5).

From lash line to crease--Orglamix mineral eyeshadow in Lilly Pilly ($5).

Lashline--E.L.F. waterproof eyelilner pen in Ash ($1)

Mascara-- Cover Girl Lash Blast Length Mascara in Blackest Black ($8).  Lengthens, darkeness, and separates well. Can clump just a little bit so apply sparingly and build up.


Lipstick, no liner--Fashion Fair in Royal Orchid ($15, but I won this).

Face: Kiss My Face Tinted Moisturizer in Branch ($9). It is a very sheer coverage without a scent and it blends wonderfully. It's like you can't put too much on a sponge. It just blends and absorbs.

Cheeks: M.A.C. Ombre Blush in Azalea Blossom ($25, but I also won this).


Hair: Tight and springy (aka knappy) by nature, curls enhanced by Samy Curl Reactivator Lotion ($5).


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June 25, 2010
At Face Value
Mood:  d'oh
Now Playing: Drug Store Make Up Reviews
Topic: Beauty Thoughts & Reviews



In the following pic, I'm trying out my latest E.L.F. cosmetics haul. I purchased three liquid eye liners and two lip pencils. On my left eye, I'm wearing E.L.F. Waterproof Eyeliner Pen in Plum. Plum is a really, really, really dark purple. On the screen, it might read as black but it really is a dark purple. The application was easy and flawless. There was no skipping. Definitely 5 out of 5 stars. (I also got the waterproof eyeliner pen in Ash which is a very dark gray. It's a nice alternative to black.)

On my right eye, I'm weairng E.L.F. Liquid Eyeliner in Silver. I am a fan of the color but not of the pointed brush in the bottle. You cannot get a thin or fine line using the pointed tip of the brush, because you won't get much color. I used the broad side of he brush to achieve to get the line. This formula feels like water and takes a minute to dry. It is a fun product. I wouldn't use it unless I'm going out on the town for it takes a much more steadier hand for a precise application. It gets 3 out of 5 stars from me.

To complete my eyes, I used N.Y.C Eyeshadow Quartet in Glamorous. This eyeshadow goes on really smoothly. It is a rosey mauve neutral. Normally, I like my eyeshadows to be bright but I wanted the eyeliner to speak louder than the shadow. Like E.L.F., N.Y.C. makes affordable, fun, and trendy make-up. With N.Y.C. and E.L.F., I can see myself having lots of fun with my eyes in the fall. I am also wearing Cover Girl's Lash Blast Length Water Resistant Mascara in Very Black. Not since Maybelline's Lash Disvovery Mascara have I found a mascara with such a thin brush that can lengthen and coat both my upper and lower lashes without smudging during the application process. The eyeshadow rates a 4 and the mascara gets a nice plump 5.

Originally, I was going to show you my lips with just the E.L.F. Long Wear Lip Liner in Natural Blush on, but it looked horrible on my complexion. It was too pink for me. The texture is a little dry, so I would rub the tip between your fingers before the first application to soften it. Or, apply a very thin layer of colorless lip balm (try Eos), blot, and line lips as normal. I am wearing the queen of cheapie make-ups, Wet-n'-Wild. This lipstick color is the colorest I get to wearing a neutral color as I prefer my lip colors to really pop. (I don't have lips and eyes popping at the same time, though.) The color is 522A. It's a dark rose although the pink lip liner might be making it look brighter than it is. Lip liner gets 3/5 and the lipstick gets 5/5/.

Just to round out the look, I'm wearing Benefit Erase Paste concealer under my eyes and Cover Girl Simply Ageless Foundation in Toasted Almond (it wasn't until I took the photos that I realized that I might need 1 shade darker for the summer in Cover Girl foundations).

Tell me what you think? This was my first attempt at the face of the day/make-up review. Should I do it again? 

Have a great weekend.




P.S.: I know the flash bounced off my finger nail funny, but the nail color is Mint Cream by E.L.F. that I was very excited about. 




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Updated: July 31, 2010 2:19 PM EDT
June 21, 2010
Things I'm Feeling This Month
Now Playing: June

Happy Summer Solstice! It's the longest day of the year, and it is a beautiful day in New York City. The sun is bright; the sky is clear and blue; and there is a slight breeze in the air. Not to mention, the humidity is blessedly low. What a great day to be long!! Besides June 21st, there are other things I'm feeling this month.

Although I'm a medium-brown skinned African-American woman, I am very pro sun-safety. I keep my young daughters covered in Banana Boat Baby Sunblock in 50 SPF sunscreen by and I keep my face covered in Neutrogena Healthy Defense Sunblock Oil Free Stick in SPF 30. I love it because it is sweat proof and it keeps my face moisturized without making me look greasy. (In the summer, my face is very oily so I have a tendency to skip facial moisturizer.)


The summertime is also my favorite time to watch television. I'm pleaseed that Drop Dead Diva has returned for its second season with a focus on jokes, romance, friendship, and legal drama without focusing on the main character's plus-size body. I'm also glad that Jane's, the main character, wardrobe has improved, which was probably intentional to show the merging of the two personalities inahabiting Jane's body. (For the uninitated: "beautiful-but-vapid model wannabe Deb suddenly finds herself in front of heaven’s gatekeeper, Fred, following a fatal car crash. Outraged by her sudden demise, she attempts to persuade Fred to return her to her shallow existence but is accidentally relegated to the body of the recently deceased Jane Bingum. An intelligent, thoughtful and plus-size attorney with a loyal assistant. Jane has always lived in the shadow of her colleagues, whereas Deb has always relied on her external beauty. By a twist of fate and a bolt of divine intervention, Deb must come to terms with inhabiting Jane’s curvier frame and learn to reconcile her beauty-queen ways with her brilliant new mind.)

(True Blood has also returned. Yum!)

I'm also feeling podcasts this month, which are helping me through some difficult times. My favorites are The Week According Frangela; ESV: Book of Common Prayer Daily Office Lectionary; Two Whole Cakes Fatcast ; and Body Love Wellness.

I'm feeling two books. One is the wonderfully written Young Adult Novel Secrets of Truth and Beauty. Secrets of Truth and Beauty is a multi-layered coming of age story of 17-year-old Dara Cohen. Once a junior pageant winner, Dara is now an overweight teen with some very deep-seeded self-loathing and dysfunctional parents. When an English assignment is misinterpreted, she is removed from school and forced to go to therapy. Striking out on her own, Dara tracks down the long lost sister she never had and spends the summer working with her on a goat cheese farm. During the summer, Dara makes a good friend; finds love; and self acceptance.


Crazy Busy Beautiful: Beauty Secrets for Getting Gorgeous Fast by Carmindy unveils nearly 600 quick and easy beauty tips for women of all make-up application levels. It is simply awesome. I'd gift it to girls and young women starting out with wearing make-up, and need help on where to start.

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June 17, 2010
My Review of Leading Lady® seamless underwire plus size bra

Originally submitted at OneStopPlus

Is the perfect tee shirt bra! Never shows through! Woman Within provides the best fit in plus size clothing.

  • Offers all the comfortable support without showing through
  • Microfiber molded seamless cups are designed to give you a smooth, sleek look (perfect un...

Comfy, Smooth, and Shapes Well

By BrooklynShoeBabe from Brooklyn, NY on 6/17/2010


4out of 5

Cup Fit: Feels too big

Band Size: Feels true to size

Pros: Comfortable Fit, Good Support, Good Coverage, Comfortable Material, Figure-Flattering

Best Uses: T-Shirts, Office, Going Out, Everyday

Describe Yourself: Practical, Comfort-oriented

Because I have tear drop shaped breasts, the bra cups felt a little big at the top but I filled out the bottom and sides well. It is a very comfortable bra and I didn't feel like I was wearing underwire. It was breathable, supportive, and practical. I can wear it with everything with confidence.


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June 10, 2010
My Review of 3/4-sleeve ponte knit plus size dress by Chelsea Studios
Mood:  lyrical
Now Playing: Chelsea Studios by Women Within

Originally submitted at OneStopPlus

Opt for versatility and comfort with great fashion details. We have the best fitting plus size dresses.

  • scoop neck
  • waist seam
  • front & back shaping seams
  • a-line
  • back zip
  • 42†long
  • washab...

Classic But Plain

By BrooklynShoeBabe from Brooklyn, NY on 6/10/2010
4out of 5

Fit: Feels true to size

Waist: Feels true to size

Length: Feels too long

Pros: Figure Flattering, Nice Fabric

Cons: colors not as bright

Best Uses: Date Night/Night Out, Wear To Work

Describe Yourself: Casual Dresser

Comfort vs Style: Comfort Driven

This dress is perfect for a polished and sophisticated look, but it will be a boring dress if you don't dress it up with accessories. I purchased the navy color and it was too dull--not as vibrant as I would have liked it to be. I would have kept because it would have been a perfect fall and winter staple but my husband's disapproving face forced me to return it.


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Updated: June 12, 2010 2:49 PM EDT
My Review of Reach Technology's Layered Look Pant Suit
Now Playing: Roaman's

Originally submitted at OneStopPlus

Our exclusive Reach Technology has breathable knit gussets under arms for a custom-fit bustline and lets air flow through to keep you cooler and wick away moisture. Jacket has contrast detail at notch collar, sleeves and curved hem. Novelty buttons in front and mock buttons on cuffs. Mock breas...

Very Disappointed

By BrooklynShoeBabe from Brooklyn, NY on 6/10/2010
2out of 5

Waist: Feels too small

Sleeve Length: Feels true to length

Chest Size: Feels true to size

Pros: Classy, Affordable, Attractive Design

Cons: Cheap Feeling Fabric

Best Uses: Interview, Office Meetings, Church

Describe Yourself: Practical

When I opened my package, I was immediately awed by the jacket. It was very professional and fit well. The pants were too long; too tight in the waist; too loose in the hips and thighs; and the material felt very cheap. I know it was made from polyester, and I don't have problems wearing polyester but this fabric didn't feel at all breathable. It felt hot and itchy. If I didn't like the jacket so much, I would have returned the suit. Now, I'm just searching for a matching skirt to make a suit. Thank goodness I bought this on sale for $22.99.


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Updated: June 12, 2010 2:50 PM EDT
June 8, 2010
A Creamy Review
Now Playing: E.L.F. Nail Polishes and Translucent
Topic: Beauty Thoughts & Reviews
Last Saturday, I received my highly anticpated opaque pastel colored nail polish from E.L.F. in the mail. I was not disappointed. The mint cream was exactly as I had pictured. It starts off a bit sheer, but I was able to get my desired look after three coats. I suspect it would have only taken two if I had not used a base coat--something I don't normally do. I topped it off with a Seche Vite fast drying top coat, which gives the color a slight sheen but it isn't glossy. Thus far, the manicure has lasted three days on my short nails with only the slightest wear that is only noticable to me. I have given my girls a bath; washed the dishes; and spent countless hours typing on the computer so this is quite a pleasant surprise. Even better, everyone has given me compliments on the color.
The lilac nail polish was darker in color than I had imagined. I was hoping for something a bit pinker. (Think of the greige with a few drops of purple mixed into it.) I would call this color a neutral with a twist. It doesn't scream out at you and the color is very complimentary to different skintones, but it is unique enough that you don't see it every where. As with the mint cream polish, it started out a bit sheer which I attribute to using a base coat. It took three coats to get the look I wanted. (Four on my pinkie toes which are darker in color than my other four toes.) There hasn't been any chipping and I've been wearing open-toed shoes for the past three days. The lilac color will transition nicely into the fall and winter weathers. This is my first time using E.L.F. nail polish, and I was pleased. On a scale of 1 to 5, I give it 4.
In this shipment, I also received E.L.F.'s new translucent mattifying powder from their studio line. I thought it would make my African-American skin look ashy, but the whiteness of the powder disappeared once I blended it using the enclosed sponge. It kept my normally oily T-zone matte during a humid night out of walking around midtown Manhattan. I will keep this powder in my purse so I can to touch ups during the day once the summer hits full blast. It was $3 well spent.

E.L.F. is having a sale this June. Free French Manicure Set with $15 Purchase. Use code POLISHED through 6/30. So, why don't you treat yourself to some wallet-friendly polishes that reflect this summer's hottest beauty trends.

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Updated: June 12, 2010 2:52 PM EDT
June 2, 2010
Wanna Buy Some E.L.F. Make Up From Me
Now Playing: I Am An Affliate for E.L.F.

As you may have noticed, the United States' economy is in the toilet although experts say the recession is over. It may be over, but recovery is still far off. Yours truly is in a tough predicament. The city and state-funded non-profit organization for which I work (a public library) is getting hit hard. Funding from the city and state governments have been severely slashed, and it is causing them to go into crisis mode. In order to maintain some services, the library system for which I work is planning to close 16 locations (out of 60). It is also planning to reduce service hours of those remaining open. Finally, they're laying off employees. Where does this leave moi? Probably on the unemployment rolls. Last week, I received a conditional pink slip stating that I will get laid off if the city and state budgets get adopted as is. The library system will simply not have any money to pay most of of it's workforce.

After a week of woe is me, crying, and eating comfort food, I decided to do something. I decided to become a E.L.F. (Eyes Lips Face) cosmetics affliate. This means when you click through my site to buy make-up from E.L.F., I get a commission. It's a small income, but every little bit helps. And this is where you, my dear friends and followers, can help. You can purchase the super affordable E.L.F. (most items between $1 and $5) through my blog. You can recommend E.L.F. to your friends and colleagues, and click through to my blog.

To get you started, I'm going to give you a list of my current favorite E.L.F. Products:

Small Smudge BrushE.L.F. Small Eye Brush

VixenE.L.F. Hypershine Lip Gloss in Vixen
Mint CreamE.L.F. Nail Polish in Mint Cream

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Updated: June 8, 2010 5:18 PM EDT
May 27, 2010
Drowning in Creamy Mint
Mood:  not sure
Now Playing: Pastel Colored Nail Polishes
Topic: Beauty Thoughts & Reviews

About a month ago, I saw a beauty blot post about mint cream colored nail polish by Essie (Mint Candy Apple and Turquoise & Caicos) and E.L.F. cosmetics line of opaque pastel nail polishes. Since then, I've been absolutely obsessed and searching for versions of the color high and low. I spent my Mother's Day gift money on two of Sally Hansen's nail colors-- Insta-Dri Fast Dry Nail Color in Mint Sprint and Complete Salon Manicure in Fairy Teal. The dark teal nail polishes went on smooth and quickly with Sally Hansen's new wider brushes. They also last very long. As beauitful as the colors were, I still looked for something lighter and mintier in color.


American Apparel's nail lacquer in L Espirit is a wonderful opaque and semi-matte lilac and Office is close to the mint cream I crave. Their entire summer collection would satisfy my current hunger, but my general dislike for American Apparel and rumors of faulty polish bottles prevented me from doling out my lunch money to buy them. Recently, I did take a gander at Revlon's and L'oreal's pastel lilac colors. When I tried Revlon's (Lilac Pastelle) in the store, it was too sheer. L'oreal's in Party Hop was very close but required way too many coats.

Finally, in an act of desperation and a bit of recklessness, I ordered the colors that I desired most from the E.L.F website. The best part: I had a $5 off coupon and all I had to do was pay for shipping. I'm trembling for excited. In the meantime, I'm a fighting the urge to spend the last $2 in my pocket on an inexpensive mint cream nail polish at a local beauty supply store on the way home from work. Oh, what's a girl to do. Innocent




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May 17, 2010
Putting A Good Face Forward
Mood:  chillin'
Now Playing: CoverGirl & Olay Simply Ageless
Topic: Beauty Thoughts & Reviews
When it comes to make-up and skin care, I am strictly a drugstore consumer. The department store and speciality store products that I own came to me as gifts, contest winnings or from the company to review. If you look at my makeshift vanity, you would think my tastes are high-end but they are not. I am proudly low end. When I do the Allure magazine's favorite products lists, my under $10 choices runneth over.
My favorite drug store brand has always been CoverGirl. (I upgraded in my mid-20s from Wet-n-Wild, lol.) Their products have always been consistent in quality and value for money. Although their foundations generally matched my skin tone and skin condition, their Queen Collection put it over the top for me. Their women of color line has my perfect liquid foundation match! And while I'm knee deep in this love fest, I must admit that I'm always intrigued by their innovations like their lipstain marker and their ShadowBlast smoky eye shadow pencil (click here for my review). As a Bzzagent, I was lucky enough to try their Simply Ageless line. (You might have seen the ads with funny lady Ellen DeGeneres.)
What makes the CoverGirl & Olay Simply Ageless different from other products of it's kind is that it's made "with advanced Olay Regenerist Serum" and "it stays suspended over fine lines and wrinkles." In other words, it doesn't highlight pores, wrinkles and fine lines by sinking into them. It just glides very lightly over your skin providing smoother looking skin. In my nifty box, I received: Foundation in Toasted Almond; Blush in Lush Berry; Concealer in Medium; and Corrector. I couldn't wait to wear them. With the while swirl of the Olay serum, they looked like decadent desserts for my face.
I did not wear the corrector because my I simply don't have a need for it, but I did wear the others. The foundation glided on smoothly with the included sponge. It did not feel heavy, and it blended very quickly. I didn't look shiny although the formulation looked as though it would apply that way. The concealer also blended well, and I used my ring finger. The medium/dark was a little too light for my African-American skin, but it was quickly correctly with a little dusting of powder. My favorite was the blush. For the first time ever, I had finally found a blush that gave me a rosy color that didn't look like a costume. The make-up stayed on all day despite my office being warm and humid. I felt put together with a flawless face. That doesn't happen often. On a scale of 1 to ten, I give the Simply Ageless line a 8.5.

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Updated: May 17, 2010 8:49 PM EDT
May 6, 2010
Blasting the Shadow and Shine
Mood:  mischievious
Now Playing: CoverGirl Smoky ShadowBlast and ShineBlast
Topic: Beauty Thoughts & Reviews
When I saw the advertisements for CoverGirl's new eyeshadow pen, Smoky ShadowBlast, I was excited because of the possibility of being able to recreate a smoky eye easily and in fun colors. Because I am a BzzAgent, I was able to participate in campaign to review the Smoky ShadowBlast pen. I chose the Citrus Flair combo, which is a bronze and limoncello colored-duo. Following the direction in my BzzKit and on the back of the ShadowBlast package, I began my smoky-eyed look.
I used Step 1, the bullet-shaped and limoncello colored side, to cover my eye from the brow bone to the lash line. The product was very creamy and required a light hand as to not break. On my eyes, it was slightly shimmery and a bit sheer, but another swipe gave it a more opaque look. I followed with Step 2, the  flat/pointed edge and bronze colored side. This portion of the eyeshadow was much more resilient, and I applied it along my lash lines and in the crease as instructed. Looking as though I just drew stripes on my eyelid, I blended lightly with ring finger. A great deal of product rubbed off on my finger, and I had to reapply. When I was done, the colors looked okay but I didn't have the sexy smoky eye I was hoping to get. Even worse, an hour later the shadow was creased and made my eyes look oily.


Hope springs eternal! The next day I prepped my eyes with an oil mattifying serum and translucent powder. Then, I reapplied the eyeshadow and I blended with a brush. Again, I didn't have a smoky eye but at least I didn't look greasy. Unfortunately, the eyeshadow ended up creasing just two hours later. CoverGirl Smoky ShadowBlast gets a big thumbs down from me.

Also, as a result of being a BzzAgent, I had to chance to try CoverGirl's ShineBlast lipgloss in Fire. ShineBlast contains  "light reflecting shimmer layered under a high-gloss finish...." Because my lips were darker than the color of the gloss, I had to use three layers in order to get a hint of color. Even with all the layers, the lip gloss didn't feel gloppy or too sticky. I did get a nice shine, and my lips felt sexier. Perhaps if I had chosen a richer color, it would have popped more.

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Updated: May 6, 2010 5:17 PM EDT
April 24, 2010
Making Sure The Babes Arrive Healthy
Now Playing: Babies: A Documentary

"BABIES and March of Dimes are proud to partner together to help moms have healthy, full-term pregnancies! Visit or text BABIES to 20222 to make a $5 donation. Celebrate BABIES in theatres Mother's Day Weekend and join over 1 million people in March of Dimes annual "March for BABIES" Walk!"

As a working mom of a preschooler and a toddler, goodness knows I need a break every day. Which I don't get, lol, but every once in awhile, us moms have to make time for ourselves. Check it this little video for suggestions.



Disclaimer: I have entered the Babies Ambassador Contest. I am also a Bzzagent. My agent name is mrswhite072895. About the Ambassador Program: As a BABIES Ambassador, I am provided with exclusive content and insider information on the film, so I can be one of the first to share it with my readers, friends or any social community I manage. Plus, by using the “share” tools  provided on each content page, I will earn one point each time someone clicks on the BABIES content I featured. The more points I earn, the better my chances of winning prizes. Top Ambassadors will also get VIP access to events such as pre-release screenings and Director Q&A’s!

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Updated: April 24, 2010 3:47 PM EDT
April 1, 2010
Because Babies Are Cute When They're Not Yours
Mood:  a-ok
Now Playing: A Documentary: Babies

Premiering Mother's Day weekend is a heartwarming and family friendly documentary called Babies. The nearly dialogue-free documentary follows the progress of four infants from Namibia, Mongolia, Tokyo and San Francisco from birth to their first steps. Paul Dergarabedian, of, has said that Babies has all the signs of a sleeper hit in the making and that the trailer was riveting.

Cuteness Alert! Ponijao (below, left), who lives in Namibia with her family, is one of four babies followed from birth to first steps in Thomas Balmès' BABIES, a Focus Features release. Photo credit: Focus Features

(Ed note: Namibia is where Angelina Jolie gave birth to her first biological child, Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt.)


Disclaimer: I have entered the Babies Ambassador Contest. I am also a Bzzagent. My agent name is mrswhite072895.

About the Ambassador Program:

As a BABIES Ambassador, I am provided with exclusive content and insider information on the film, so I can be one of the first to share it with my readers, friends or any social community I manage.

Plus, by using the “share” tools  provided on each content page, I will earn one point each time someone clicks on the BABIES content I featured. The more points I earn, the better my chances of winning prizes. Top Ambassadors will also get VIP access to events such as pre-release screenings and Director Q&A’s!


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Updated: April 7, 2010 12:36 PM EDT

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