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Vichy Make Up
- Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance
- constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed
- The composition or constitution of something
- The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament
- constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"
- makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"
- A town in south central France; pop. 28,000. A noted spa town, it is the source of an effervescent mineral water. During World War II, it was the headquarters of the regime set up after the German occupation of northern France to administer unoccupied France and the colonies. Never recognized by the Allies, the regime functioned as a puppet government for the Nazis
- a town in central France (south of Paris) noted for hot mineral springs; was capital of the unoccupied part of France during World War II
- Vichy (; ) is a commune in the department of Allier in Auvergne in central France.
- A sparkling mineral water from Vichy, France.
Vichy Essentielles Facial Cleanser and Make-up Remover 100 Ml
Skin Type All skin types Action Cleanses, removes make-up, tones Result Cleanses, removes make-up, tones Active Ingredient With Rose Polyphenols The rose is an ingredient recognized its hydrating and soothing. It contains polyphenols, in nature, protect the flowers against external aggressions and assure their freshness. This foaming cream contains 21% glycerin, moisturizing active referencecleaning, cleansing and toning gently without drying effect. Texture Foaming cream. Gently cleanses and removes make-up Flowery, light and fresh fragrance Hypoallergenic - Paraben free - Tested under dermatological control Use Apply every day in the morning and/or the evening Lather, rinse with clear water. Size 100 Ml tube, no box
Sand Storm In the Sahara Desert...
...by Dorothea Possiel
Two weeks ago a very strange thing occurred here. I had been out visiting, and when I came home, Ray called me up to the roof to see a sandstorm which was coming in off the desert on a gallop. It was a marvelous sight, even though it was at that time over fifteen miles from here. We watched it coming closer and closer, it having the appearance of a mighty reddish-brown wall, the bottom of which seemed to be made by thousands of desert fires, the smoke circling up into the reddish mass above. It was well over a mile up in the air -- by that I mean the wall was a mile or more high.
As the storm approached us, there was that strange feeling of impending disaster –- that sort of calm that makes one feel all cold, and just before it came upon us, we tightly closed all the windows and doors, and let her come.
Not much wind came, but in several seconds Gao was a burnt orange cloud, then it turned a deep blood red, then all was utter, dense blackness. This at 4:20 P.M. The inky darkness continued for three and a half minutes, then we could see the deep red appearing for a few moments, then utter darkness again until 4:30. There followed on the heels of the darkness a raging wind which blew the birds from the trees, killing many of them in the river. The wind raged for an hour or more afterwards.
Then we heard them making the announcement in the village by means of the town crier that everyone should go to the mosques and bring sacrifices and offerings to the teachers!
Next day it was heralded through the villages that a great and mightier storm was coming which would cause all the chickens to be filled with worms which, in turn, would kill all the people who ate them, therefore everyone was to kill every chicken lest something terrible come upon them! Many chickens died!
We later learned that during the darkness many sheep, goats, and cattle ran into the river in their fear, and were drowned; also one woman, south of Gao. In the desert, flocks were lost that were not found even a week after the storm.
Not a drop of rain fell...
Dorothea Possiel - Some Background
Both my mother and my Aunt Dottie (with her husband, Ray Possiel) were missionaries. My mother did her work in the back woods of Appalachia (Kentucky)(and she has some great stories).
My Aunt Dottie and Uncle Ray spent from 1929 until sometime in the 1960s in French West Africa. They lived south of Algeria near Gao, on the southernmost edge of the Sahara Desert, along the Niger River, and not far from the fabled Timbuctoo. Aunt Dottie wrote down some of their experiences in a diary and in letters. She also painted, and we have many of her paintings of local scenes. Uncle Ray was a photographer and we have many of his photos from these years. The images of the people and locations in the desert towns, and the close-up portraits of the locals, are incredible.
I just finished reading Aunt Dottie’s diary from 1942-43, which primarily consists of very mundane daily activities (she mostly wrote about what times she got up, what they ate, when they went to bed, names of visitors, and lots of news almost daily about the condition of the poultry they kept). She didn’t include much detail on anything else, but when she did it was pretty neat. Most of the people they lived among were either Islamic or animist (local beliefs replete with tree spirits and such). Whenever she or her husband converted someone she drew a red cross next to the person’s name in her diary. Some of the more interesting things in the diary seem to be about people who don’t want to hear what she wants to tell them, and my aunt sometimes writes about it to record how “lost” they were.
Sometimes there were even more intriguing experiences described. In 1942, Vichy France was a puppet government of the Germans, and French authorities in the colonial empire had to detain or imprison enemies of the Germans. The battle for control of North Africa raged between the allies and the Germans/Italians (Field Marshall Rommel “the desert fox”...remember?). Americans had entered the war, but had no ground troops in the European Theater at this time, though American planes did contribute to the air campaign. Aunt Dottie wrote of American airmen who apparently were prisoners. The missionaries had the fliers to dinner over several evenings –- mentioning their names and functions in the B-24 -- but there was no more detail than that!!! Oh, I’d love to have heard more!
Every now and then you’d get a snippet of something that wows you -- like Uncle Ray being interned in a concentration camp by the Pro-German Vichy French authorities when America invaded French North Africa in support of the campaign against Rommel. Aunt Dottie has a few more extensive entries on this, the danger and uncertainty of what might happen hanging in the air...and those feelings were apparent in her writing.
In addition to the diaries, as I said, my Aunt also
Vichy, France - view from our room in the hotel that seemed to have stopped in the 1950's.....
vichy make up
Even when wearing make-up, skin breathes as if it's bare. Enriched with 25% soothing Vichy Thermal Spa Water, this silky cream ensures skin is moisturised and the complexion is even-looking, natural and luminous for 8 hours. Normal and combination skin. Use : Apply over your moisturiser, smoothing on gently form the centre of the face outwards. Don't forget to blend the foundation in well around the neck and the ears. Active ingredients: Arginine PCA, an anti-free radical complex. Texture: A micro-aerated weave-network that respects the skin's respiratory exchanges and allows for perfectly even make-up application. Size:30ml bottle
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