I’m constantly reminded of George Carlin whenever I head into the Container Store or I come across some new box, drawer, or container. It seems the meaning of my life is finding a place to put my stuff or in this case my beauty and makeup goodies.
I buy the beauty product and proceed to try to find a box or some sort of container to put said beauty product into.
That’s why I absolutely got excited over the new, limited edition Biore Strip Tin. It’s a place to put more stuff or in this case a place to put your Pore Strips.
I dunno about you but the memory I cherish the most from my childhood has to be big, giant boxes of Crayola crayons. I loved those massive boxes that contained every shade you could imagine and even a few you couldn’t! To this day I still love running across displays of crayons during Back to School sales at Target, Staples, etc….
There is absolutely no greater joy for me than remembering the hours and hours I spent with boxes of crayons and a coloring book. I didn’t have the skill but as a child when someone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up I would say an artist. I haven’t grown up yet completely so it could happen…!
Just in time for Back to School, nail girls can relive those incredible Crayola moments with a box of Crayola Mini Nail Polishes.
I’m willing to try ANYTHING to get the stubborn blackheads to stop vacationing on the tip of my nose. Nothing works. Nose strips, gels, treatments…short of burning them off or removing my nose, I think they are here to stay.
Let’s see if the Dr. Jart Black Label Detox Pore Penetrator did the trick!
I’m cheap. Not really but when it comes to makeup remover I am terribly cheap. I think nothing at all of splurging $50 on a blush but tell me to spend $27 on 4.2 oz of makeup remover and I start to sob like a baby, “Mommy it hurts so BAD!”
I think I have this mentality that I can buy a new eyeshadow palette or a lipstick and maybe a gloss with that near $30 price tag. Ouch!!!!!!!!!!