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Schöne Augenbrauen verleihen jedem Gesicht den perfekten Rahmen. Manchmal sind sie jedoch zu dünn oder weisen feine Lücken zwischen den Härchen auf. Auch das richtige Volumen spielt bei den Augenbrauen eine nicht unwesentliche Rolle. Egal, welches Problem Sie mit Ihren Augenbrauen haben, das Feathered & Full Brow Kit von Benefit ist die ideale Lösung. Verleihen Sie Ihren Brauen den optimalen SchwungMit dem richtigen Brauen-Make-up setzen Sie Ihr Gesicht gekonnt in Szene. Das Feathered & Full Brow Kit von Benefit beinhaltet vier tolle Produkte und kommt in einem praktischen Etui zu Ihnen. Mit dem 24h Brow Setter Augenbrauengel, dem Gimme Brow+ Augenbrauengel, dem Precisely My Brow Pencil Augenbrauenstift und dem Brow Shaping Tool gibt Ihnen dieses Make-up-Kit alles an die Hand, was Sie benötigen, um Ihren Brauen mehr Volumen zu verleihen, sie aufzufüllen und perfekt zu definieren. Kreieren Sie einen Look, der lange hält und jeden Spaß mitmacht. Damit Sie den für sich perfekten Farbton finden, ist das Feathered & Full Brow Kit von Benefit in drei verschiedenen Nuancen erhältlich.

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Benefit Augen Augenbrauen Augenbrauen Kit Feath...
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Benefit Augen Augenbrauen Augenbrauen Kit Feathered & Full Brow Kit 24-HR Brow Setter 3,5 ml + Gimme Brow+ Nr. 05 3 g + Precisely, My Brow Pencil Nr. 05 0,08 g + Brow Shaping Tool 1 Stk.

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Benefit Augen Augenbrauen Augenbrauen Kit Feath...
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Benefit Augen Augenbrauen Augenbrauen Kit Feathered & Full Brow Kit 24-HR Brow Setter 3,5 ml + Gimme Brow+ Nr. 03 3 g + Precisely, My Brow Pencil Nr. 03 0,08 g + Brow Shaping Tool 1 Stk.

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Salesman
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Selected by the Library of Congress as one of the most significant American films ever made, Salesman (1966-9) is a landmark in non-fiction cinema, equivalent in its impact and influence to Truman Capote's 'non-fiction novel' In Cold Blood. The film follows a team of travelling Bible salesmen on the road in Massachusetts, Chicago, and Florida, where the American dream of self-reliant entrepreneurship goes badly wrong for protagonist Paul Brennan. Long acknowledged as a high-water mark of the 'direct cinema' movement, this ruefully comic and quietly devastating film was the first masterpiece of Albert Maysles, David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin, the trio who would go on to produce The Rolling Stones documentary, Gimme Shelter (1970). Based on the premise that films drawn from ordinary life could compete with Hollywood extravaganzas, Salesman was critical in shaping 'the documentary feature'. A novel cinema-going experience for its time, the film was independently produced, designed for theatrical release and presented without voiceover narration, interviews, or talking heads. Working with innovative handheld equipment, and experimenting with eclectic methods and a collaborative ethos, the Maysles brothers and Zwerin produced a carefully-orchestrated narrative drama fashioned from unexpected episodes. J. M. Tyree suggests that Salesman can be understood as a case study of non-fiction cinema, raising perennial questions about reality and performance. His analysis provides an historical and cultural context for the film, considering its place in world cinema and its critical representations of dearly-held national myths. The style of Salesman still makes other documentaries look static and immobile, while the film's allegiances to everyday subjects and working people indelibly marked the cinema. Tyree's insightful study also includes an exclusive exchange with Albert Maysles about the film.

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Salesman
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Selected by the Library of Congress as one of the most significant American films ever made, Salesman (1966-9) is a landmark in non-fiction cinema, equivalent in its impact and influence to Truman Capote's 'non-fiction novel' In Cold Blood. The film follows a team of travelling Bible salesmen on the road in Massachusetts, Chicago, and Florida, where the American dream of self-reliant entrepreneurship goes badly wrong for protagonist Paul Brennan. Long acknowledged as a high-water mark of the 'direct cinema' movement, this ruefully comic and quietly devastating film was the first masterpiece of Albert Maysles, David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin, the trio who would go on to produce The Rolling Stones documentary, Gimme Shelter (1970). Based on the premise that films drawn from ordinary life could compete with Hollywood extravaganzas, Salesman was critical in shaping 'the documentary feature'. A novel cinema-going experience for its time, the film was independently produced, designed for theatrical release and presented without voiceover narration, interviews, or talking heads. Working with innovative handheld equipment, and experimenting with eclectic methods and a collaborative ethos, the Maysles brothers and Zwerin produced a carefully-orchestrated narrative drama fashioned from unexpected episodes. J. M. Tyree suggests that Salesman can be understood as a case study of non-fiction cinema, raising perennial questions about reality and performance. His analysis provides an historical and cultural context for the film, considering its place in world cinema and its critical representations of dearly-held national myths. The style of Salesman still makes other documentaries look static and immobile, while the film's allegiances to everyday subjects and working people indelibly marked the cinema. Tyree's insightful study also includes an exclusive exchange with Albert Maysles about the film.

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