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What does SF stand for?

SF stands for Soft Focus

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The formula contains complimentary titanated micas, which deliver a light reflection of color correcting properties, according to the company, Isostearyl neopentanoate improves product playtime for a more natural looking finish; while polymethyl methacrylate is a texture enhancer and soft focus powder that give a soft skin feel and matte application.
It ends up being a soft focus guitar-soaring soundscape.
The glimmering lotion can be used over or under make-up to add a soft focus finish to your look, with the light reflecting pigments highlighting your facial features, giving your skin a warm sheen.
Inspired by the Brain Stoker novel and EW Murnau's 1922 expressionitic classic Nosferatu the Vampire, Maddin and dawson use silent movie conventions--irises, soft focus, overlapping dissolves--to film the ballet troupe as it dances through the tale.
Pictorialism, then, arose at the turn of the last century as a response to the tawdry democracy of the Kodak Meltingly soft focus, dreamlike emanations full of artifice and dripping with sensibility: Let's see you try that with your disposable