Our little fighter decided to finally open his eyes in time for #worldprematurityday 💜 He continues to do better and better each day! We can't express our gratitude to the NICU team taking such great care of him! 💜 #michaelanthony#preemiebaby
today’s look was a recreation of work done by @manthony783
regular plain contour can get boring so try out colored contouring! it’s a subtle, everyday look that is so easy to do and it only took one hour! 💁🏻
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@bobbibrown Moisture Rich Foundation in 3.5 + @lagirlcosmetics ‘White’ Pro HD Foundation
@itcosmetics CC Cream for faux bleached brows
@nyxcosmetics Ultimate Brights Palette
Vaseline for the glossy effect (i didn’t have a gloss)
@anastasiabeverlyhills Gleam Glow Kit
MTV VJ Mark Goodman recalls huffing bumps of powder with Diamond Dave in the bathroom of a club on Melrose Ave in Los Angeles at about four in the morning when the cops stormed in looking for junkies to bust.
To Goodman's amazement, Roth reacted with such speed and calm his identity went completely undetected by police, despite being one of the biggest rock stars in the world at the Time.
"Dave immediately sprang into action. He tied his hair back and tucked in his shirt. He had a big vial that he dropped out the bathroom window. I threw my vial out and we casually strolled out into the club. The LAPD came in with their guns drawn. They were really over the top. There was a lot of shouting and pushing and gun waving as we tried to get out of the club without being noticed. That wasn't happening: They had all of us go out on the street.
They lined us up on Melrose and were looking at us, literally shining flashlights in our faces. This was a rare moment where I saw Dave not trying to be David Lee Roth; he just wanted to blend. But nobody recognized him — the cops didn’t, anyway. They made us disperse, meaning that they yelled, 'Get the fuck out of here.' I looked the other way for a second, and Dave had already taken off."
Anyone who's ever listened to even 30 seconds of vintage Van Halen knows Diamond Dave had an appetite for sex bordering on the obscene. The man was hot for teacher, had a highly organized system for selecting groupies!
When it came time to have his mic stand polished by adoring female fans, Dave liked to have a wide selection of women from which to choose. He created "Diamond Dave's Bonus Program" to incentivize members of the Van Halen road crew he roped into corralling his nightly cabal of wet, willing disciples. Each member of the crew was given five backstage passes to distribute during every show. Whomever handed out the pass to a woman he slept with was awarded $100.
The program was so popular, it increased crew efficiency, cutting the time it took to tear down at the end of the night in half.
MTV VJ Mark Goodman got to know David Lee Roth well in the 1980s, when Van Halen was one of the most popular groups in the country and had a strong relationship with the music network. According to Goodman, Diamond Dave developed a highly organized system for picking women from the crowd he wanted to sleep with.
As Goodman explains, "When Dave was touring, both with Van Halen and solo, he had the barriers in front of the stage painted different colors on the side that faced him: red, blue, and green, to denote the different areas of the audience. He’d look for hot girls in the crowd, and between songs, he would go to his assistant Eddie on the side of the stage, and say, 'Green, right, fourteen rows back, three seats in.' The assistant would go out into the audience and stick a pass on her (breasts). So after the show, there’d be twenty-five girls in the dressing room who all thought they’d been singled out to be with Dave that night. In fact, a number of them would be. The others would end up with other band members — or, if necessary, the crew.