IonizedDare
ionizeddare
3:33 PM
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I hadn’t thought of that but yes. Wow. Explains all the hair bobbing going on lately. I hope beading makes a comeback too. 

2:45 PM
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That’s one beautiful bottle. The description of the scent sounds great as well.

2:37 PM
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I know, right? Makes no sense because the brand is great for sensitive skin. My friends with allergies and even rosacea swear by it. I have loved so many of their lip colors. There was one called amberglass that was a beautiful, subtle copper and looked great on me and within a few months it got that weird waxy smell Read more

11:55 AM
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It’s possible but I liked my childhood perfumes so I have gotten new bottles of them over the years and if there was a difference between the old and the new, it should be obvious since the experts act as though old scents would not so much go bad as fade away the way some old alcohols don’t turn to vinegar they just Read more

11:34 AM
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True but on the other side of the longevity curve I have yet to own a Clinique lipstick that doesn’t spoil in less than a year. I’ve had super cheap brands like Jordan(a?) or Wet and Wild not go rancid for years but I know to rely on Clinique only for whatever season I buy it in because this time next year it’ll be so Read more

10:59 AM
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You know, I have a weird thing with MAC in that for years I kept buying their stuff because it looks great in the store and then never wanting to wear it. I think the only product of theirs I used until there was none was a Viva Glam glossy lipstick ages ago.

10:54 AM
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Same. It’s odd because perfume experts keep saying that scents fade after several years but I still have a bit of the first perfumes my mom bought me when I was seven or eight years old and they smell exactly the same. Granted one was a pure floral extract so that might have helped but the other one does have a Read more

9:42 AM
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Yup, I find it's often colors that are flattering because they're a perfect blend rather than one straight shade that you have to hang on to because no one else offers them.

8:50 AM
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A lipstick I have yet to find a replacement for, l’Oreal’s Aishwarya Rai beige. I bought a couple of tubes of it about a decade ago and I’m down to the dregs of the last one. It’s a creamy, lovely, pinkish beige with just a hint of shimmer. It sounds like it should be easy to find or diy a dupe for such a neutral Read more

6:58 AM
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We definitely underestimate the number of people with disability issues for whom online shopping has been a godsend. Nine times out of ten if you’re not able bodied and with a car, the shopping you can do in person benefits corporations every bit as exploitive as Amazon like Walmart-if you’re lucky. There’s also a Read more

12:01 AM
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Hey, I’ve had something like this for almost twenty years! (I love gadgets that make me feel like a spy on a mission. I also have a pen that records, a credit card sized magnifier/light and one that’s sort of a manicure set but also has screwdrivers:-D ) Read more

12/3/19
3:27 PM
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You’re right that it’s unusual then, that sort of heating is normally almost as quiet as electrical.

12/3/19
10:59 AM
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I don't think so. Do you have old style radiators? I remember you’re supposed to turn their faucet thing to let air out until water drips out and then close it up or they make tons of noise without heating anything.

12/2/19
2:45 PM
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What career? She was and is a gold-digger. Her entire adult life has revolved around passing muster for whoever was subsidizing her lifestyle. You think we’re harder on her than Trump is? Lol