*vomiting is optional...I think.
-I'm single again. Can I get a talking-about-this-right-now "pass" please? There's no drama, it's just sad and sucky. Expect ruminations about why I FAIL at relationships next week.
-I always love when other people do this, so I'm going to, at the risk of alienating my male readers, list some beauty products I can't live without. Sorry guys, next time I'll post a list of my top 10 favorite photos of boobs or something.
Spray and Play by Big Sexy Hair is probably my most embarrassing, yet most loved, product. To be honest, a somewhat toned down, less stiff version of Drew Barrymore's hair at the Golden Globes is what I usually go for:
and I know everyone thought she looked bananas, but I thought she looked super hot! I think that "kinda crazy but really fun, Elizabeth Taylor back in the day" look is the business. Here's a photo of me rocking that look:
After I curl my hair, I just spray the ever-loving hell out of it with the Spray and Play.
I've been using both these eyeliners for over a decade. I love a thin line of eyeliner above my lashes and don't feel made-up without it. Loreal Lineur Intense liquid eyeliner has the best staying-power of any liquid liner I've used, and it's really easy to apply because the brush is awesome. Almay eyeliner isn't liquid, but it goes on really easily and also stays put and doesn't smudge. It's also "self sharpening" so the point never dulls.
If I could, I would hug DHC Concentrated Eye Cream. I started using it when I was staying with my mom a while ago (um, she didn't know I was stealing it, so if you're reading this mom, I never used it) and I couldn't believe the difference it made on my "smile lines" (aka crows feet). It's a little on the spendy side but one tub of it has seriously lasted me a year. I love all DHC products (which you can only get online), and they always send you catalogues with free samples of all kinds of fun crap.
4.Like most girls, I've tried about 800 different kinds of pressed powder, but in the past five years, I haven't strayed from Physicians Formula: Powder Palette Multi-Colored Face Powder (in translucent). It takes away all of that annoying shine, doesn't look like you're wearing a layer of make-up, and I rarely have to touch it up during the day.
I've mentioned these razors in the past, but they're worth mentioning again because they're THAT good.
Curel Ultra Healing Intensive Moisture Lotion - oh my holy hell this stuff is AWESOME. The only problem is that they don't have any version with SPF in it, but I'm willing to overlook that and stay out of the sun because it gives me the goddamn softest skin I've ever had. Seriously, touch my ass...go ahead, don't be shy! I know, right? Softest skin EVER!
Okay, your turn. What are you "can't live without" beauty products/tips?