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Another gross and rainy day, this time with major winds. Glad that my city boots are fake leather, keeps my feet nice and dry! Royal blue scoop-neck tee from American Apparel, coral ribbed tank from Old Navy, black stretch twoo trousers from Caslon, black city boots from Impo, silver hoops and cuff, silver and leather necklace from Chico's.
Hair is second day, curling iron to a few unruly pieces and ends brushed out.
Makeup is L'Oreal True Match foundation in C3, concealer in W4-5, Nars blush in Orgasm, Revlon ColorStay shadow quad in Neutral Khakis – ivory in inner corners and along brown bone, olive on lid and along lash lines. Lshes curled and Cover Girl Lash Exact in black applied. On lips is Revlon Super Lustrous Lip Gloss in Pink Afterglow.
Here's my little story about buying the wrong thing. I am to the very end of my True Match foundation, storing it upside down and digging out remnants on the cap. I went to Target on Sunday to buy a new bottle and they were completely out of the C3. They had one bottle of the N3, and I decided to get that instead. My friend said I probably shouldn't because it may not be as good of a match, but I felt desperate for SOMETHING and grabbed it (along with the new Revlon lipgloss and a lipgloss from e.l.f. that I have not yet opened). At the register, I went to grab my purchases from my friend's cart and in doing do, I dropped the bottle of N3 foundation and it exploded all over the floor. Fate was telling me not to buy that wrong color for when I dashed back to grab a second bottle, N3 was now sold out. I stopped by CVS on the way home and they were sold out of the C3 and N3 as well. The moral of the story is if an item is not right, do not buy it or else the employees of Target may be cursing you as they clean up the mess!