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Oh, fuck. I've seen the previews of Guerlain's summer collection. It is stunning. That is all.

And I think I need the Patrizia Pepe pumps. Fuck.
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Oh, fuck. I've seen the previews of Guerlain's summer collection. It is stunning. That is all.

And I think I need the Patrizia Pepe pumps. Fuck.
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Chanel's Holiday Collection has a loose, gold powder. And a lush chocolate brown nail varnish. And a quad: again, golden chocolate and beige. Need I say more? The quad would balance the shimmery gold in my brown Guerlain palette.


Yes, I confess, I love Chanel. I am still in undying love with their Spring Collection, Aurora Blues. And I can't wait for Guerlain's holiday collection.

Makeup and Beauty Blog has a good rundown of the collection.
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Chanel's Holiday Collection has a loose, gold powder. And a lush chocolate brown nail varnish. And a quad: again, golden chocolate and beige. Need I say more? The quad would balance the shimmery gold in my brown Guerlain palette.


Yes, I confess, I love Chanel. I am still in undying love with their Spring Collection, Aurora Blues. And I can't wait for Guerlain's holiday collection.

Makeup and Beauty Blog has a good rundown of the collection.
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Silks make me happy, almost bouncy. I bought two Guess dresses in NY this Easter, both a bit over the knee. One white, with blue applique flowers at the bottom. The other is in silk, blue with some greens thrown in, and an irregular white pattern. There was a sale at coast, and I found a teal halterneck in silk. More silks <3 And Father came home bearing gifts late last night. So, I now have Chanels eyeshadow quad in Nymphéa. I love the colours, particularly the green and red - they're not quite solid, with a golden undertone. And he picked up Guerlain's new Météorites Poudres de Perles (should that not be "des", perles is after all plural, no?). It's heavenly. The Guerlain obsession must go on.

Anton just made a racket, because he needed to go out. He's learning so fast. He knows his name, he sits, he comes when we call. And I'm in the middle of teaching him how to search, and lie down. I do, however, still look like I indulge in SI occasionally – he loves biting arms, hands and feet.
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Silks make me happy, almost bouncy. I bought two Guess dresses in NY this Easter, both a bit over the knee. One white, with blue applique flowers at the bottom. The other is in silk, blue with some greens thrown in, and an irregular white pattern. There was a sale at coast, and I found a teal halterneck in silk. More silks <3 And Father came home bearing gifts late last night. So, I now have Chanels eyeshadow quad in Nymphéa. I love the colours, particularly the green and red - they're not quite solid, with a golden undertone. And he picked up Guerlain's new Météorites Poudres de Perles (should that not be "des", perles is after all plural, no?). It's heavenly. The Guerlain obsession must go on.

Anton just made a racket, because he needed to go out. He's learning so fast. He knows his name, he sits, he comes when we call. And I'm in the middle of teaching him how to search, and lie down. I do, however, still look like I indulge in SI occasionally – he loves biting arms, hands and feet.
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Guerlain just launched a new foundation, Parure, and it is so pretty. And goes for 500 ,-, which is fairly steep. Could I, perhaps, buy it as a birthday gift to myself? One does, after all, only turn eighteen once, and I do need a new foundation.

I want their Christmas line of make-up, too, but I can't buy that. I can't, I can't, I can't. (Yes, chanting to myself in writing does work.)


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The final installment of Goodkind's "The Sword of Truth" Series is set for release sometime this november, and I felt a stab of desire to read it. I will be buggered if I am going to read the last three novels of that series, the first few were entertaining, but then it all went down-hill. If anyone else has read them, tell me the final books suck as badly, or worse than "Naked Empire" and "Chainfire", please? For my continued peace of mind.

Blast, I now read the first chapter of "Phantom" (to be found<a href="http://www.terrygoodkind.com/chap1_phantom.html>here</a>, if you're interested) and I want to read it. The last few books were awful, but they might have gotten better?
nirinia: (Default)
Guerlain just launched a new foundation, Parure, and it is so pretty. And goes for 500 ,-, which is fairly steep. Could I, perhaps, buy it as a birthday gift to myself? One does, after all, only turn eighteen once, and I do need a new foundation.

I want their Christmas line of make-up, too, but I can't buy that. I can't, I can't, I can't. (Yes, chanting to myself in writing does work.)


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The final installment of Goodkind's "The Sword of Truth" Series is set for release sometime this november, and I felt a stab of desire to read it. I will be buggered if I am going to read the last three novels of that series, the first few were entertaining, but then it all went down-hill. If anyone else has read them, tell me the final books suck as badly, or worse than "Naked Empire" and "Chainfire", please? For my continued peace of mind.

Blast, I now read the first chapter of "Phantom" (to be found<a href="http://www.terrygoodkind.com/chap1_phantom.html>here</a>, if you're interested) and I want to read it. The last few books were awful, but they might have gotten better?

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