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Hair was washed and conditioned, a bit of Pureology Root Lift and some Sexy Straight hair's Shine On! added while wet, and then dried upside down with a paddle brush most of the way, then a round brush to smooth. Again, took some scissors to the bangs as that right now I have no time to visit Kathleen my stylist.
Makeup is L'Oreal True Match concealer in W4-5 (good stuff, can hardly see the massive hole in my face next to my mouth from popping a white head yesterday), philosophy the Supernatural in Beige, Nars blush in Orgasm, Revlon Super Lustrous lip gloss in Glossy rose, Pop Beauty shadow set for brown eyes – sparkly beige on lids, black and brown combined on lid, black along lash line and a bit of Body Shop Eye Definer in black (details can be found here), lashes curled, Sephora Volume mascara in black.
And I have gotten a few emails asking for the rest of my wardrobe – what does my purse look like, what do my coats look like? Well here I am in the coat and scarf I wore today – this is a black wool peacoat from Calvin Klein that I got at TJ Maxx over a decade ago and my faux purple pashmina from last week, now as a scarf. I almost never get rid of a coat – I usually buy pretty simple styles and if they go out of vogue, they usually come back in some fashion later on. I feel this way about great bags, accessories and shoes too – still have a black suede slouchy totle from Esprit that I used to carry all my worldy posessions in back in 9th grade. The adjustable strap could lengthen to cross my body as I stomped around Georgetown in my Doc Martens and torn stockings. Used this same bag a couple months ago as a laptop bag (my pashmina was nice padding) for a business trip. Buy classic, well-made pieces and they can last you a lifetime!