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Friday, February 13, 2004
posted by TheBroadroom.Net at 12:24 PM (Pacific)

Raphaelle...that is brilliant. I would never in a bazillion years have thought of that. And yet now that you've said it, it seems glaringly obvious? lol

I think that is part of the definition of genius. When someone invents something...oh, say, the pull-top of a soda can that stays on the can...battery-operated baby swings...VCR's...paper clips...it all seems patently obvious, as if we all should have thought of it. Yet, before someone actually thought of it, no one did (or followed it through).

Did you try out the yellow green/burgundy combo yet? Or are you still avoiding eyeshadow? It sounds quite intriguing.

I'll have to admit, I got rid of the lipsticks I had before, that didn't look good on their own. I'm too lazy to put on eye makeup sometimes. But I can do lipstick--it has to work on its own.

I have actually had to turn my lipstick around...for the first time in...years. I tend to flatten out one side of it. Now my Jubilee is so flat on one side, I have to use the other side. Well for me it's a milestone. *g*

I'm not going to repurchase Maybelline Sweet Sorbet, but I will use it up. I've decided I rather like Jubilee. I'll want to repurchase that.

Have you tried many of the Lustre formulas? I keep seeing Sophisto mentioned. I'll check out the soupsake site and see what else they have in that formula; I like it.

P.S. What a cool idea for wedding flowers...

--J.