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Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Sister Nancy Beth's Style Council

I'm back in the saddle here at the Beauty Palace and madly trying to catch up on the events that shape our lives -- regrettably, Satan never takes a holiday, unlike your hostess here. I'm going to have to consider the last two weeks a wash, but with any luck, my Prayer Warriors were on top of any liberal treachery that has escaped my detection. As I try to get back in the swing of things, let's take a look at today's most pressing glamour-related news items:

Whore of Heresy PSoTD points to a story on an especially heretical line of jeans and asks us to imagine the outrage. Well, my fellow Christians, imagine no more, because here it is: The fashion industry has made repeated flirtations with Satanism, but never before has it made actual denunciations of the Trinity. Just check out the company's logo: an inverted cross on the forehead of a skeleton. Emblazoning the buttocks of Old Europe with this graven image will only further encourage Satan; it's simply a matter of time before he makes a run for the fertile crescent and populates the world with a million Rosemary's Babies. I only hope the Europeans have the good sense to ward him off with a genuine Edicts of Nancy thong.

Anyone who doubts the collusion between Hollywood and the fashion industry need look no further than this article about the couturiers' plans to cash in on the latest craze for Japanese prostitutes:
In a confluence of art and commerce, the romantic epic depicting a young girl blossoming into a legendary geisha has also become a style -- one found in Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, and high-end department stores.


Based on Arthur Golden's best-selling novel, "Memoirs of a Geisha" tells the story of a young girl who was taken from her home and sold into slavery to a renowned geisha house. She transforms as she learns the arts of the geisha, including dance and music, wearing kimono, and elaborate makeup and hair.
MovieGuide's Ted Baehr advises extreme caution in dealing with this movie; I would encourage similar wariness towards the garments it has inspired.

Here in California, the Democrat-controlled legislature has moved one step closer to criminalizing makeup:
Sen. Carole Migden, D-San Francisco, put on the books a law that requires cosmetics manufacturers to disclose product ingredients that might cause cancer.
I wish I could say Governor Schwarzenegger gave his signature to this piece of junk legislation because of the mannish influence of his new chief of staff, but "she" had yet to be appointed. My other vain hope was that this bill was approved before I was even blogging, but incredulously, it happened on my watch, on October 7th. Needless to say, this is news to me -- can you say another MSM cover-up?

The last item of interest is another attempt by scientists to marginalize God and mascara:
A new fashion trend -- eyelash extensions, or semi-permanent eyelash extensions -- is growing in the United States.

Wearers can have long, yet natural-looking eyelashes 24 hours a day, seven days a week without using mascara.

Experts at Xtreme Lashes say that unlike the old fake eyelashes, which were applied to the eyelid, the new semi-permanent eyelash extensions are applied directly to the individual eyelashes and have a natural look and feel.
This scientific sleight-of-hand is just as offensive as homosexuals abusing fertility treatments for their calamitous forays into social engineering. I can only hope cosmetology has its own Patricia Miller to step in and make this practice illegal.


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