Have you met Queenie? That’s her behind the yellow mask there. She’s one of those inspirational people that makes you remember why you love life so much.
What’s the mask for?
Well, she’s having a skin whitening injection which is a popular since early 2010 in Taiwan and Hong Kong. It similar to a Botox injection in someways but rather than lifting skin it offers a way to whiten it temporarily.
Honestly, at prices that go from $900-$1500 I wouldn’t be so inclined to do it for mere temporary results.
Chances are you won’t see whitening injections in the US anytime since the craze for whiter skin isn’t one we embrace in the Western market plus since the local Asian governments don’t actually place restrictions on the treatments and they are done in easy to access place such as a beauty salon, well, I doubt that would go over big here but…
Damn, I’m trying to remember this magazine I used to read when I was in high school. YA, Y&A, something along those lines…it was one of those magazines that features the typical beauty, interview, etc…dealio and had one of those embarrassing story sections.
I believe those stories were completely made up and false. They were too damn crazy to be real. There were stories along the lines of “I was swimming at my best friend’s pool and my super cute crush was there, when I dived into the pool my tampon flew out and floated next to his head…OMGZ I was so embarrassed” or “My boyfriend and I were having a hot and heavy make out section when I suddenly farted!”
I totally wanted to write a fictional embarrassing story and have it published.
Granted, embarrassing shiz happens all the time but some of these were SUPER far out.
Which brings me to my Musings of the Day….
Do you still read magazines?
Or are you an online media whore?
Do you get the latest celeb news, beauty launches, and womanly advice from both mags, blogs, and sites?
In the drama, the lead boy’s mother expresses how much she always wanted a little girl but she ended up with two boys. She goes on to tell the girl who’s crushing on her son how she would dress him up as a girl when he was little and even shows her pictures of him with pigtails.
It’s a rather cute story and makes for some great blackmail material for the girl who’s crushing so badly on that boy!
By now you may have already read the outrage over the J. Crew catalog which features president and creative director Jenna Lyons and her family. In one of the photos she’s painting her five year old son’s toenails pink and explains, “Lucky for me I ended up with a boy whose favorite color is pink. Toenail painting is way more fun in neon.”
Well the shiz has hit the fan and everyone has opinion on how wrong or right this is.
What do you think?
Is it right or wrong to paint your small son’s toes nail and finger nails?