The Beauty Scenario Tag

Q.  You have to get rid of all your foundations except for one high end and one drugstore. What do you keep?

A.  Makeup Forever HD Foundation and Neutrogena Healthy Skin.

Q.  You go in for an interview and the woman interviewing you has lipstick on her teeth do you ignore it or tell her.   

A.  Ooh, that's always so awkward!  Probably ignore it!  That or pass it off nonchalantly, like as we are ending the interview and standing up to shake hands just be like 'oh I think you've got a little something there.' Blow it off and act like it was nothing. 

Q.  You go back in time to your teenage years. How would you do your hair and makeup differently?

A.  Oh my Gawd. I'd do them both 100% different. I would embrace my wild and unruly hair, instead of always fighting it. Wild and wavy, long and loose curls.  As far as makeup goes,  I wish I knew how to properly bronze and contour back in the day, as it adds so much to your makeup look.  I also went thru an incredibly awkward phase with overly arched brows, I would definitely love to go back and change that for sure!

Q.  You go to your stylist and ask for a shoulder length pixie lock haircut but they hear you wrong and give you a pixie cut. Do you:
A) smile and leave and say thank you and go call your mom and cry 
B) cry in the chair and things get awkward
C) complain to the manager and demand a refund

A.  Ooh, that's a tough one.  Hopefully I would notice if they were preparing to chop my hair off, or at the very least catch on after just a clip or two.  But if I didn't, I can't lie, it would probably be B - cry in the chair.  I wouldn't be rude to anyone, but it would be utterly heartbreaking if I ended up with a boy haircut.  I have a feeling it just wouldn't look right on me, and you are talking YEARS growing your hair back out.  I wish I had the face for barely there hair, but I don't.

Q.  Your friend surprises you with a 4 day city break.  Which do it all makeup palette do you pack in your bag?

A.  My Z Palette that I am currently working on - it has a little bit of everything in it (eyeshadow, bronzer, blush, etc)

Q.  Your house has been robbed, don't worry everyone is safe but your beauty stash has been raided what is the product you really hope is safe?

A.  Ooh....all of it???  It would be upsetting, but things are things and as long as the people I love are safe, it would actually not be earth-shattering to me.  The products I would worry the most about losing would be anything limited edition or no longer in production.  Stuff that you can't just go out and replace (some MAC lipsticks and pigments that were LE, my Tarte holiday 2013 blush palette, and even my LE Wet n Wild palettes.)

Q.  Your friend borrows your makeup and returns it in awful shape, do you:
A) pretend you haven't noticed it
B) ask them to replace it or
C) secretly do the same thing to theirs

A.  This one is easy, I would definitely choose B - ask them to replace it.  I was taught not to borrow things from other people, so I simply don't do it.  I just think if you really want something, work and buy it.  When someone borrows your stuff it's almost always a hassle, and you end up being the bad guy having to ask for your stuff back, and then it's just weird.  But, if I did let someone borrow something that I worked for and owned and they had the nerve to return it damaged, I wouldn't hesitate to be up front about it and ask for it to be replaced.  Straight up.  If you do borrow something from someone, taking care of that item while it's in your possession is your responsibility.  Period.
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