Tuesday, November 10, 2009

My name is Ashwini and I'm a beauty addict

I've reached a point where I cannot walk past a corner drugstore without going in and buying something from the ever-increasing wishlist I carry around in my head all day (see my widget in right side bar). I'm sure this is probably not the best place for finding group therapy to abstain from makeup purchases. Hell, this is more like enabler therapy. Oh well, I have plenty of ways to rationalize buying Revlon's Colorstay foundation.

1) It's a cult classic I've been wanting FOREVER.
2) I know its only been 1 day, but its LOVE. It's everything I ever wanted in a liquid foundation.
3) I didn't fall for any BOGO sales. Just went in, picked this up, and left.
4) My Studio Fix Powder Foundation is far from hitting pan, but a girl needs variety ok???

Sigh. I'll sit down now....**hangs head in retail shame**


lotionspotionsandme said...

Lol, I completely sympathise but i'm sorry, no therapy from me as i'm in the same boat ....sounds good though, let us know how you get on.

p.s sent you an email last night - your bag spy post went up on my blog!! yay, check it out


Chickadee said...

It could have been much worse, you could have splurged on Nars!

Cynthia Z said...

Now now..there's nothing to be ashamed off girl. Embrace it coz the addiction is just going to get bigger n better :D. C'mon.. We live only once, right?

Michelle @Lipstickrules said...

You are not alone. I am the same. I can't stop either. LOL.

Tanveer said...

Did you just spy on me & write about my regular day after work?? Coz I think u did... :D :D... I feel you girl.. I know the retail shame, but aint it also mixed up with a gr8 thrill & excitement about wrapping our fingers around tht pdt we have been wanting for oh-so-long?

Viva La Fashion said...

don't worry. my name is lane and i'm a beauty addict. :)

Mona said...

we're in the same boat =X the i hate my money and need to get rid of it immediately on beauty products boat

Ashwini said...

Hey girls, thanks for the lovely comments! Tanveer, I agree, its definitely a feeling mixed with the thrill of buying that must-have, and then actually LOVING it as I have been loving it. I guess its like eloping. Wrong, but oh so right. ;)

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