Let’s Chat About Melting Makeup

Let’s Chat About Melting Makeup

Readers, readers readers, my dear friends!  

How have you all been these last few weeks? I have missed you BUT I have been extraordinarily busy. Not exaggerating at all, busy.

Flew to Dallas to look for a new home. Flew to South Carolina to help care for my little hearts, I mean grand babies. Came back home, sold the house we live in and then…got married. Whew. That’s a darn busy few weeks right?

But I never forget about aging beautifully with all of you.  

One new item that I have added to my makeup bag is makeup setting spray.  Do any of you use that? Living in New England all of my life it was really never a problem having my makeup melt off of my face. We have about three weeks of hot weather here if we are lucky so I can go makeup-free on those days. I’m probably pool or beachside on those days so makeup-free, that is me.

One summer, it was 1988 I recall, it was SO SO hot. I however was SO SO pregnant that I pretty much felt like a furnace running in February.  Back then the house where I lived had no air conditioning so I spent almost everyday at the movie theatre. Die Hard came out that year as well as Dirty Dancing it was a fabulous way to cool off.

So, that summer prepared me a bit for the new climate I ma about to enjoy in Texas. Since almost everyday is going to be makeup melting hot I have discovered the enormous value in makeup setting spray.  

The brand that I luckily had with me (it was from a Sephora Play box ) was Urban Decay.  I’m already a happy customer of that brand so I trusted that it would come through like all their other products.  Which it did, perfectly. 

One thing I wished I had done was suck in my lips because the spray is not tasty.  

Do any of you use setting spray?  Is there one out there that’s tasty? Tasty but actually works?  Any DFW readers here? I’d love some more tips for the area.

Talk soon,

Ge-Ge


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Let’s Chat About Opening Sephora Play Box

Don’t you LOVE the subscription beauty boxes?

It’s like a mini holiday gift for yourself. Now, I know that I make Truly Terrible Videos but I have so much fun making them.

 

Here’s one more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTiI1Goq6Ns

 

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Let’s Chat About Mascara

Let’s Chat About Mascara

 

Talk soon,

Ge-Ge

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Let’s Chat About New Sephora Play! Box

Let’s Chat About New Sephora Play! Box

Wow, my friends, this has been a busy, busy month. 

I’ve started this blog, I’ve made some videos and made friends with so many new people within the “blogosphere” as they call it.

Videos are so much fun and to top that off making a video unboxing my new Sephora Play! box for the month of April is doubly fun. 

Let’s face it, all of this beauty product stuff is fun!

So, take a peek at the new vid and let me know in the comments below what you think.  Better yet, subscribe to the Blue Haired Granny You tube Channel. 

 

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Talk soon,

Ge-Ge

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Let’s Chat About Sephora Play Box

Let’s Chat About Sephora Play Box

Let's Chat About Sephora Play Box

Hello Lovelies!!

Just a quick post to let you know that I’ve uploaded another Terrible Video on You Tube.  This time I’m un-boxing one of my favorite things SEPHORA PLAY monthly subscription box. It’s so much fun and I am so terrible on video, it’s worth a laugh at least.

Please comment below so we can continue this chat.

Talk soon,

Ge-Ge

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Let’s Chat About… eyebrows

Let's chat about eyebrows

Do you have eyebrows? Take a look in the mirror and tell me what you see.

Are they there or did you paint them on? Are they white? Salt and pepper? Do you HATE them as much as I HATE mine?

Let’s travel back in time to when we were younger ok? First all women, according to fashion magazines and TV stars, had skinny little eyebrows. Me, as a teen, barely paid attention to mine until the day I SHAVED, yes shaved them off. Not all the way of course, just a half of each one. 

Unfortunately, I wasn’t self aware enough to see how idiotic I looked. My mother did and she had a great chuckle over it before she started bawling, which I didn’t understand. They were my eyebrow halves not heres. 

Honestly, if any of my peers noted oddly shaped brows I don’t recall. 

A short few years, maybe months, later, a lovely young model, named Brooke Shields, came on the scene. Her eyebrows are legendary.  Even now watching her play the crazy Grandma on SVU she’s got some dark purring caterpillars up there just like she had forty some years ago.

Now, I once again have no eyebrows and a shave was not involved. The poor little things are gray, white, sparse and sad.

Well, they make me sad anyway.  So, what do we do about this aging thing? 

For me, I put makeup on my brows immediately after moisturizer. However, now that I have blue/gray hair on my head it’s been a challenge to find the right color for makeup for my eyebrows.

So far I’m happy with Gimme Brow from Benefit because they have a tiny brush and extra fibers. Plus if I’m really getting made up I’ll add a light, very light, dusting of matte dark brown eye shadow.  I use Sephora brand, it’s less expensive and stays on nicely and comes off easily. The only drawback to this shadow is its’ container. I’ve got what some people in New England call “The Arthur-Itis” or as I call it arthritis in my hands which makes it hard to open.

What about the straggling hairs? Tweeezerman tweezers are bar none the best. They are worth every single penny and they are not cheap. But be careful what you pluck because if you are like me, the brows are sparse. A nice brow brush is handy to brush up the hairs and see if there’s any kooky hairs but also remember, it’s OK to trim the brow hairs instead of plucking.

That’s my eyebrow show. What about you? Have the changes to your skin and hair caused you to change your makeup colors? Are your eyebrows vanishing from your face? Do you have any special ideas to share with me?

Please comment below so we can continue this chat.

Talk soon,

Ge-Ge

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