You know, I realized today while applying one of the lip glosses in the new $28 Endless Kisses Lip Gloss Set by Sephora that I’ve never left a kiss mark on a mirror.
This shocked me, as it’s something that seems like it would be both cute and kinda psycho, which is totally my style. 🙂
Only the universe knows why I haven’t gotten around to it yet…
Should I decide to rectify this situation anytime soon, I’m sure this new lip gloss set would be up for it.
Most of the glosses in it, like the fuchsia, the purple and the golden peachy pink (which is kind of like NARS Orgasm), are so pigmented that they could totally star in their own movie and play liquid lipsticks. I mean, if I were to smooch a mirror with one of these on, yeah, you’d definitely be able to tell that Karen was here.
There are also a few shades that are pretty sheer, like the clear gloss and shimmery golden glitter. Makes for some nice variety.
Being as smooth and silky as they are, you might be thinking, “Hey, are those things MAC Cremesheen dopplegangers?”
Alas, they aren’t, because these guys are all about strawberries, as in that’s how they taste and smell, so no vanilla.
Eh, it grew on me. Eventually.
As an aside, and this is directed at the cat boarder who lives rent-free in my house, FYI, you can forget your evil master plan to stick 10 pounds of fur to my gloss, because these glosses aren’t sticky at all.
Haha! Take that. Your plotting was for naught, my feline friend. 🙂
To lay a long, magical kiss on these glosses, visit your favorite Sephora store or sephora.com. The kit costs $28 and comes with 10 0.068-oz. tubes, each with a doe-foot applicator.
Everything a girl needs for a fun time kissing mirrors.
PRICE: $28 for 10 0.068-oz. lip gloss tubes
AVAILABILITY: Limited edition, and available now at Sephora stores and sephora.com
MAKEUP AND BEAUTY BLOG RATING: B+
Speaking of mirrors…
OK, was anybody else completely terrified of the Bloody Mary story?
Remember? You’d look in a mirror and say her name three times and eeaaaah! No way. I was way too scared for that sh*t when I was a kid.
I brought it up because I started watching Supernatural (OMG! It has Dean from The Gilmore Girls), which is this show about two brothers who travel the country in a muscle car fighting demons and whatnot.
Anyway, there’s an episode in the first season where they deal with the aftermath of a bunch of teenage girls playing Bloody Mary in front of a mirror, and I just about freaked out!
Your frightened neighborhood beauty addict,