Calling All Beauty Junkies

12/01/2009 at 06:55 PM ET

Courtesy of Tarte

How do you wow the gal who seems to have every beauty product imaginable? You guessed it–our guide to Gorgeous Gifts for Beauty Junkies. Presenting our favorite makeup, fragrance and skin-care must-haves — retailing between $6 to $110 –- you can shop from a marvelous variety of gifts ranging from the decadent Tarte Treasure Chest, featuring 32 eyeshadows, bronzer, 16 lip glosses, and more, and the sparkling Dior Beauty Cristal Boreal lipgloss pendant to the lavish collection of 10 mascaras from Sephora and much, much more! Click here to start your shopping!

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Mary on

The Tarte Treasure Chest is an excellent value and from what I’ve heard, the eyeshadows, lipglosses, and blushes are awesome. But do not buy this online, because the eyeshadows are prone to breaking during shipping. I just got mine yesterday, and there was dark purple eyeshadow allover the inside of the packaging.

Pipo on

The annotation abtiily of YouTube certainly changes the notion of how we understand video. It’s taking a once passive activity of observation and making it a more interactive experience. Most of the games you highlighted here all face the technological limitations of streaming annotated videos. For example, the inabtiily to randomize selections the way early iterations of this technology did in games like Dragon’s Lair (1983) and Space Ace (1984) is not possible with the current annotation system, which makes it hard to create a true AI system that makes the game adapt to the player. So until this technological roadblock is eventually overcome, we will continue to assess these experiences on their value as videos. This is why you and many others have gravitated towards the Boivin videos, which are amazing works of stop motion animation but hardly engaging interactive experiences. When we see more possible selections to choose from over the course of a single video, much like those early Don Bluth games on laserdisc, then it will become much more of a game than a video.

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