I'm a New Yorker.
I should know better.
I've been in Texas a long time.
I made eye contact.
"No, no, no!"
Never, ever make eye contact.
I did and the next thing I know a lady from the _____ make up counter is telling me that she has the perfect thing for the dark circles under my eyes.
Well, this is awkward.
Did she just tell me that I look haggard?
I believe she did.
She set me down on the stool and proceeded to get her little magic eye cream/gel.
I was starting to get annoyed but she was massaging the stuff all around my eye and it soothed any annoyance straight out of me.
I still wasn't going to buy it-not for $150.00.
I will splurge on a purse or a pair of shoes but not makeup.
Once she had massaged all the tired lines and dark circles away, she proceeded to make up my face with a foundation that looked two shades darker than my natural skin tone.
She rounded it off with some bronzer.
I felt like I looked ready to make an appearance on The Tonight Show.
I couldn't wait to get back to the hotel to clean off my face.
It wasn't all bad.
They praised my gorgeous hair and my hair cut. "Thank you, Natalia."
They raved over my skin and bone structure.
Do they say that to everyone?
It was still nice to hear it even if it didn't result in a sale.
Do you splurge on makeup?
Before you do. Check out this site.
I don't buy anything until I've read the reviews.
I'm so glad I trusted my instincts.