One chilly afternoon, three BFFs came up with a plan to survive the cloudy skies and biting cold of winter.
The three of them — Jacquelyn (pronounced Zhack-LEEN), Celeste and Lana — had known each other for years, having met at a crowded Chanel Master Class in the city.
The classes soon became a yearly ritual. This year, they went hoping to play with the lovely Aqualumiere Glosses.
Surrounded by Chanel, their minds wandered to warmer weather…
“I know!” said Lana, a pile of Glossimers on the desk beside her, “Let’s go to Kauai!” 🙂
So, the three friends booked a week-long tropical getaway together, pledging to leave their cares (and the cold) behind.
They left right away, boarding a plane dressed for success — strappy sandals, bikinis, bright sundresses and, tucked away inside their luggage, the latest Aqualumiere Glosses from Chanel (Holiday 2009, $27 each).
All three shiny and sheer, non-sticky glosses are just the things for a tropical getaway.
Jacquelyn, the outgoing flirt, loved shimmery coral Canari. With it on, she knew no man could resist her charms (or her Brazilian-cut bikini).
Glossimer in Canari, ($27)
Celeste, the shy bookworm with a wild streak, fell for shimmery pink Hirondelle.
Glossimer in Hirondelle ($27)
Quick-witted Lana’s penchant for sarcasm often landed her in trouble at bars and baseball games — the only two places she loved more than Disneyland. A fanatic for smokey eyes and nude lips, she opted for sheer beige Colibri.
Glossimer in Colibri ($27)
As the plane climbed above the gray, damp city below, the friends felt their cares float away…
Raising three champagne-filled plastic cups, they made a toast:
“To the girls who always have my back,” said Celeste.
“To another exciting adventure,” said Jacquelyn.
“And to our three super hot new Aqualumieres!” said Lana. 🙂
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
P.S. Chanel just posted a video online of yesterday’s Spring/Summer 2010 Ready-to-Wear Fashion Show in Paris. I’m loving the shoes, the pinkish beige lips on the models and the big ol’ bale of haaaay in the middle of the floor.