Category Archives: beauty

>Makeup is my addiction.

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>Everyone knows that women like shoes. OK, love shoes. But, I am more obsessed with makeup than shoes. I can easily spend $100 in Sephora and not blink an eye…unless my mascara is flaking. I think twice about spending that much on a pair of shoes. Maybe it’s because I think my $100 goes farther. I can get eyeliner, mascara,… Read more »

>Beauty and brains…we want it all.

> As a woman with an allegedly higher than normal IQ, I’m here to tell you that it’s not always a blessing. It’s really quite frustrating…a lot. It’s hard for me to grasp that most people are not as smart as I am mostly because I don’t always feel that smart. But, I’m bringing this up because I saw this… Read more »

>Breaking up with your purse

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> Today I realized that purses are metaphors for relationships. There’s not a woman around who has had a purse and thought, “I really hate this thing.” Back when you bought the purse though, you were excited about it. The newness, the novelty, the utility! Then you started using it and it was great for a while, but as your… Read more »

>Of nail polish and physics

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> Oh So Glam! by OPI I learned something about the universe today. Time is relative, but if you want it to stop, wait for your nails to dry. Seriously. In the area around my fingernails time has completely stopped. Whatever molecular reactions are supposed to happen in order for the polish to dry, it doesn’t happen on my nails…. Read more »

>Obligatory New Year’s Resolutions Post

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> Since Moxie gave me a resolution for the new year, I thought I would continue the list of things to attempt in 2012: Wash my hair every day. Yes, I know some of you just cringed at that. Well, I have really greasy hair. If I don’t wash it every day, it feels like a nightmare. I have to… Read more »

>Slave Less, Say YES: DIY Beauty GIVEAWAY

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> Let me share a secret with you. Hair has been growing on my chin for about 15 years now. Every freaking day, I have to pluck the evil hairs that sprout on my face. It’s tiring, time consuming, and a huge blow to my self-esteem. Two weeks ago, I started using the Silk’n SensEpil on my chin. While the… Read more »