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October 16 2006 Romance Movies Newsletter



Romantic Movie Quote of the Week:
Can you guess what movie it’s from? The answer is at the bottom of this newsletter!

“I love you. I've loved you since the first moment I saw you. I guess maybe I even loved you before I saw you.”



Here is the latest article from my Romance Movies Site:

4 Weeks of Horror - The Classic Thriller
In this wonderful classic, George is a boy who only wants to belong. Determined to keep his secrets, he'll do anything to protect his new love.



Next week’s article:

“4 Weeks of Horror - Scary Romantic Films”
This Week: Monster Madness

Watch for my upcoming article!


Recipe of the Week!
This recipe isn’t for food, but it’s just as useful! Here’s a really easy way to make your own Halloween makeup!

Homemade Makeup

Ingredients:
2 Tbsp softened shortening
4 Tbsp cornstarch
1 package food coloring
1 black eyeliner pencil

Directions:
Mix the shortening and cornstarch and separate into small bowls or shallow cups to create a variety of colors. Add food coloring to each bowl of paste. Great colors to use are blue, green, yellow, and red. You can also follow the directions on the food coloring box to mix other colors. Make sure your face is clean and dry. To protect the skin, you may want to apply cold cream to your face prior to applying makeup. If you apply cold cream, also apply cornstarch to create a dry palate to work on. Apply your makeup with Q-tips, cotton balls, and fingers. You may also choose to use very inexpensive paintbrushes or triangular makeup sponges.

This week’s quote is from “A Place In the Sun”.

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Rain Battle, Romance Movies Editor

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