Monday, March 23, 2009


I am, as we all are, just another star in a very large sky, trying my best to light up the universe.  
My tears are merely raindrops in space, my laughter dust around the moon.

If you are like me, and your parents won't let you get a tattoo (or they will stop paying for college!!!)
then you need some other ways to scratch that adventurous itch.

Here are some ideas!
*dye hair hot pink
*fall in love
*travel to Israel
*give birth
*eat a whole watermelon alone
*makeout under a dock
*watch a sunrise
*get a brazilian bikini wax
*break a bone
*own a diamond ring
*go to a strip club
*go streaking
*buy something prada
*walk backwards up an escalator during heavy mall traffic
*sing loudly everywhere you go

go get em sister


Monday, March 16, 2009


jessica alba is just hot, even more so when she is pregnant

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Glow Little Glow-worm GLOW

How to Look your most Fantabulous Tip of the Day:
Keeping your skin well hydrated is the MOST IMPORTANT thing you can do for your skin.
When: basically after washing, before putting on makeup, and before going to bed.
*calming acne -About 90% of the acne that I have encountered is due to over dryness from over-cleansing and over-treating, which the skin tries to combat by over-producing oil. You end up shiny and pimply, and scrubbing madly away at your poor skin
*healing acne-healthy skin heals faster, (scabs and scars will heal in about half the time because they won't dry out and flake)
* helping make up go on more smoothly (and stay on for longer-your skin doesn't produce all that extra oil if it doesn't need to!)
*fighting off wrinkles (yes ladies, even now it is wise to look after our skin)
*Even if you are too tired to wash your face, moisturizing takes off the surface gunk and freshens you up
*and it LOOKS great!
Healthy, dewy, glowing skin now actually DOES come in a bottle (not really, but just about!)
Moisturize moisturize moisturize.
*use a nickel to quarter sized dollop- people too often use too little or too much. (too much is better than too little)
*apply smears (but don't rub in yet) to the forehead, cheekbones, chin, nose and jawbone- this way every place gets some moisturizing
*gently smooth the smears out and away. DON'T pull your skin. Smooth over the eyelids and under the eyes (bring your fingers toward your nose NOT away like you are giving your self asian eyes. Your under eye skin is impossibly delicate, you need to treat it as though it is the skin on a baby because that is essentially how fragile it is-especially on older women)
Here are some great products:

For Normal Skin
Olay Beauty Fluid

Best for Oily
Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel
Best for Dry
Clinique Moisture Surge
Best for Sensitive

Best for Combination
Dr. Hauschka Quince Day Cream
an afterthought:
maybe its in the rice-people in japan have wicked crazy style.

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