So sometimes...I do weird/stupid things. My sister is a shop-online-aholic. She buys so much stuff she doesn't open it and has no clue to what she even has. Well, my daughter, Chloe has a field day staying with her aunt because she comes home with $100's of dollars of beauty products. I, on the other hand, stick to exactly what I need to put on my face so I don't scare anyone.
Ever so often I will try one of these products, it never works out and I end up wanting to scream. The other day we were going to dinner in Scottsdale. I was having an okay hair day. I decided to use one of the hairsprays, Chloe left in my bathroom, because it was the first thing I grabbed. Well, I didn't know what was in there but I suddenly, after straightening my hair, had this wet, curly look. It's okay I told myself, your going to dinner with your husband, child and family, no big deal. So I sprayed more on and just went with that look.
Not so lucky the next day...So I hate to pluck my eye brows! It hurts and I get a headache and I can't see. Because I am 50 now. So, I saw this pink mini little shaver thing. I got this bright idea. I could just shave my eyebrows and give them the perfect arch. Well, that is not anything close to what happened. Instead, I had sections missing of my eyebrows. Oh well, I thought, I think some people just draw them on. That's it! I'll just do that!
Well, I filled in those missing areas quickly because I had to go. So Chloe and I, were in the store for about 10 minutes. I guess she finally got a good look at me. She kind of loudly said, (because 11 yr. olds and men don't know how to whisper) What is wrong with your eye brow? I said, "What do you mean?" I quickly found a mirror, I forgot I had shaved it off, drew it on, then I guess rubbed my face and suddenly...I looked like Mr. Spock! Chloe's deep concern turned into hysterical laughter. Glad I could provide her with some entertainment.
Moral of the story...getting older is hard! Don't use anything your younger sister sends over, there is a reason she didn't want it. AND wear your glasses!