Wearing the New Anastasia Kisses on My List Volume 2 Hydrafull Gloss in Sharona
Um…like I really needed another excuse to randomly bust out in song today.
Sun’s up? That’s a good reason. Cup of coffee? That’s a good reason. Tabs hasn’t scratched my ankles yet? That’s a good reason. Waiting in line at Trader Joe’s, taking Tabs for a walk, indoor plumbing, having ice cream for dinner, sitting in front of the computer like I am right now? All good enough reasons.
But lately, I’ve been singing aloud with even more gusto than usual, like I’m stuck in an a very special episode of Glee (guest starring Tabs the Cat and Karen of Makeup and Beauty Blog), and I MUST EMOTE!
I wonder if it has something to do with Anastasia…
I’ve been wearing the new glosses in her latest set a lot this week, and not just because they shine like my tubby tabby’s eyes.
Most of the glosses in the limited edition $30 holiday Kisses on My List Volume 2 Hydrafull Gloss Set of six full-size tubes are named after a different old-school jam.
There’s Lola, a shimmery, cool pink that changes to a deeper hue after a few minutes on the lips (Anastasia calls these Hypercolor glosses); Maggie May, a sheer and creamy nude; Jolene, a shimmery rose (another one of the Hypercolors); Roxanne, a shimmery gold (also a Hypercolor); and Sharona, a sheer and shimmery peach.
The only one I don’t recognize from a song is Moi, a sheer and creamy pink (got any ideas about the name?).
The other day I took out Roxanne and applied a single layer.
No, it did not sting. Nor did the police arrive (ba-dum bum!).
But I did feel inspired to pretend the tube was a microphone and belted out, “Rrrrrox-anne! You don’t have to put on the red light!” in the middle of my living room.
From the left: Moi, Maggie May, Sharona, Lola, Jolene and Roxanne
Swatches from the left: Jolene, Lola, Maggie May, Moi, Roxanne and Sharona
You might be thinking, “K, you so crazy! I love good glosses too, but there’s no way one would make me sing in public or my living room.”
You never know, my friend. Even if you’re the silent type, this set is one heck of a deal. In the set, the glosses work out to just $5 per tube, versus the $18 they usually sell for individually.