Ooh, my Jane shade was "Kind of Carob." Matte brown 90s lipstick represent!
The other day I was walking to get food on my lunch break and a woman crossing the street opposite me just totally ate shit, flinging her whole body and her phone into the middle of the intersection. She was wearing 3 inch stilettos. Sensible shoes for life!
@Lily Rowan Still waiting for the 90s revival to extend to brown lipstick. It definitely did not look good on everyone but that shit was my jam.
I also started wearing Black Honey in high school and still unabashedly think it looks great on me. I was just considering buying some for the first time in forever, but Burt's Bee's Red Dahlia tinted lip balm is a pretty close dupe for me and it's way cheaper and more widely available, not to mention hydrating.
I'm in Texas so I feel like beach witch is more realistic for my lifestyle, but truly I'd rather be Stevie Nicks than any of those witches.
Don't ever see the movie Bad Timing if you want to keep Garfunkel on that list. Ugh.
Well. I do, PREDICTABLY, disagree with the moisturizer/lipstick assessment. I mean, maybe if you don't have special snowflake skin like me, that breaks out at just the mention of certain ingredients, you could get away with cheap moisturizer, but I wouldn't know. OTOH in my experience a lot of expensive lipsticks are total garbage and smell and taste considerably worse than my $5 Revlon go-to. Some expensive lipsticks are worth it for sure, but they are few and far between.
"By inserting them into farcical scenario, we can then see that the stereotypes themselves are farcical, and then we can eschew them, all while laughing..."
I take it you're not buying the argument that Kimmy Schmidt is trying to pull off this same feat? Or is it just that they're not pulling it off well enough?
"He truly does not give a shit about your opinion on him." Probably, but I truly don't give a shit about his opinion on anything and I wish he would stop overestimating the extent to which anyone does, frankly.