I could happily spend an entire day (or night!) with a good book on my couch, just reading and reading for hours on end, and maybe that’s one of the reasons I love things that have a good story behind them, even makeup, whether it’s an entire collection like Chanel’s Travel Diary, or individual items with catchy backstories, like the pencils in the NUDESTIX Nude(art)ist Creator’s Palette ($59).
This is an exciting time of year for Tabs. We get company coming over, trees inside, blinking lights, the biggest turkeys of the year â€” itâ€™s a cat cornucopia of comfy couches, fragrant foliage, tinsel, tasty treats and plump plumage. As the head of the decorating committee for Tabs the Cat Industries, LLC, Tabs is responsible for the Christmas tree decorations, and I just sort of do what he says.
Hmm, let’s see… Measure here, tilt head there… Maybe a six? Or seven? No, I think that’s too high. I’ll say five, because they’re symmetrical in some ways, but they’re inconsistently symmetrical, if that makes any sense. They’re on the same horizontal plane. I mean, they both start on the inner side at around the same area, but things start to get a little wonky toward the outer tail. My right brow is a completely different shape than my left, too.
The Monday Poll: What Was Your Biggest Makeup/Beauty Accomplishment of 2017, and What Are Your Biggest Beauty Goals for 2018? - Last pair of eyes of 2017! 💪🏽🎨 (Dampen your brush for more impact this New Years Eve 🎆) Shadow courtesy of @bobbibrown ... https://t.co/IcVSEBXKDw
Sundays With Tabs the Cat, Makeup and Beauty Blog Mascot, Vol. 482 - This morning was the last patrol of the year for Tabs, and it was relatively uneventful, until a neighbor’s dog started barking, which prompted Tabs to bolt all the way up the hill a... https://t.co/sVxxJ9DXjc
Saturday Surfing, December 30th, 2017 - OK, so, you know how I’ve been talking about wanting to get new eyeglass frames for, roughly, forever? I keep putting it off because I have the hardest time committing to couches and, apparently, eyeglass frames... https://t.co/uJoRkbMCg0
5 Things I’ve Been Loving Lately - The last one for 2017! 1. Winter sunrises They’ve been epic here in NorCal lately. Red, pink, orange and violet-tinged clouds almost every morning. The other day I ran outside at 6:30 in pajamas, a down coat, wool so... https://t.co/JIiVbiITmr
Herbal Essences bio:renew Micellar Water & Blue Ginger Shampoo, Conditioner and Foam Conditioner - I’m all gingered out, man! Gingersnaps in my tum, Ginger Soufflé on my skin, and now Blue Ginger in my hair, because Herbal Essences. Blue Ginger is the... https://t.co/V2zNKqodMC
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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