kiss marks

kiss marks

in dogs, tan marks over the eyes and on the cheeks.
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Cover a slim photo album with pink wrapper whose backside is filled with (actual) kiss marks.
Lipstick and lip gloss are of special concern because when they are not being blotted on tissue or left as kiss marks, they are ingested or absorbed, bit by bit, by the individual wearing them, the study authors said.
This is evident not only in the vast audiences filling the British Museum, but also in the kiss marks some of them are leaving behind for the museum's staff to daily wipe off the vitrines.
Kate Harwood, head of the broadcaster's drama production, said: "Complex, characterful and witty with a compelling mystery at its heart, True Dare Kiss marks a new departure for a unique and much-loved voice in contemporary British drama.
He was convinced I was actually in the television - our telly was covered in little kiss marks where every day he'd come in and wherever I was sat, he'd give me a kiss.
Do you leave lipstick kiss marks all over your mirror, send yourself Valentine cards and only go window shopping so you can check out your reflection in public?
Or maybe the kiss marks a symbolic end to the superintendent's long exile in political Siberia.
Zannel's partnership with KISS marks a continued expansion of the Zannel Platform for top-tier musicians and up-and-coming bands alike.