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By MATT REYNOLDS, Associated PressBasketball players, pop stars and fashion icons are no strangers to makeup, but they rarely appear as full-figured as they once did.
That’s because in the 1960s and ’70s, they were more often the model for what they looked like on the basketball court.
The NBA was the first major league sport to ban face paint for its players, and it was a radical change in the way people dressed.
It also marked a turning point in women’s beauty, with the popularity of face-lifters such as the Botox and Botox Gel, which had been around since the 1920s.
Today, the NBA, as well as the rest of the sports world, has a much tougher time dealing with the reality that athletes who look like them don’t look like the players that play them.
But it’s not just the makeup industry that is changing.
It’s also the way we see ourselves, the way the media portrays us, the fashion choices we make and the ways we live our lives.
The latest trend to make the rounds in the U.S. and other countries is the “beauty selfie.”
The term “beautiful selfie” is a combination of selfie and selfie stick.
A selfie is a photo of yourself with a person or object, often in a photo setting.
It is usually taken while sitting in front of a computer screen or other device.
It usually includes the person or objects, but can also include objects of clothing, makeup and accessories.
It can be a picture of the person being photographed, a person holding the camera and/or a video or photo.
For example, an Instagram user uploaded a selfie on Monday with the caption, “Woke up to this @wokeupwithbeauty hashtag trending everywhere I turn, so I decided to take a selfie.
#beauty pic.twitter.com/qhZp6VV9JY” The caption was taken in a studio in Washington, D.C., with the person holding a camera.
The image was then shared to Facebook.
It was shared by more than 50 million people in the hour and a half that followed the tweet.
Instagram is the most popular social media platform, with more than 1 billion monthly users and nearly 3 billion photos a day.
The company did not respond to a request for comment.