Oh, NARS! You and your cheeky naughty nurse names. I would love to sing the praises of your new G-Spot Multiple ($39; part of the new Holiday 2011 collection) to every woman in my life, but as much as I love the color, I can’t bear the thought of mentioning it to my mom…
I can hear it now — she’d like the color and would say, “I really like that G-Spot!” or “Thanks for the G-Spot!” or “Next time you order online, would you get me a G-Spot?”
Sure, Mom, okay, anything, can we please talk about something else?
It’s like that time we were stuck in traffic when George Michael’s I Want Your Sex was playing on the radio, and my brother yelled, “TURN IT UP!”
Now THAT was a long ride home, but I digress…
About G-Spot’s rosy golden hue, I think it looks kinda dark at first, but blended in this cream blush produces the most perfectly coy “Please be gentle with me” flush.
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And it gives my cheeks a good bear hug, too, latching on to my dry skin for a good five or six hours, which is not too shabby, tabby — especially for a cream product.
Thing is, even though it costs a hefty $39, I love how natural it looks and how easy it is to apply (no brush required).
I guess I’ll just have to keep it on the ‘low around my family, because I’m not about to hear how my granny told all her homies at senior bingo night that she’s wearing G-Spot with her Revlon Orange Flip lipstick. Nope. Sorry. No can do.
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Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,