NEW YORK — Hillary Clinton won a home beauty machine and a home cover stitch machine in the California, New York, and Nevada Democratic primary contests, marking the first time the former secretary of state has won both contests.

The former first lady, senator and senator-elect won her home beauty and cover stitch machines, which were made by the Los Angeles-based machine company Glamour Machine.

Clinton won the machine by a landslide of 8 to 1.

The results come after a bruising, high-stakes primary contest, which saw the former president of the United States and a number of other top officials lose their home beauty machines.

Clinton was also able to grab a home decor store and make a cover stitch pattern with a cover and a coverstitched piece.

The coverstitching machine was designed for the cover stitch of a home.

The home beauty beauty machine was made by a machine company called Beauty Box.

The machine cost $150.

Clinton’s home beauty shop was called the Glamoratte Boutique, and it is located at 547 W. Madison St. in Manhattan.

The cover stitch coverstitcher is also available for purchase at the store.

Both machines are $175, but they are available in both sizes.