Sunday, October 27th, 2013

Happy Sunday!

Hope your weekend was a good one!  I can’t believe it’s practically over already!  Well, before Monday rolls around, check out some of my favorite reads/videos from the week!  I love October, because there are so many insanely creative people producing content of Halloween looks and costumes!

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2 thoughts on “Sunday Link Love, Volume #160

  1. Karen

    As a makeup artist, I find myself often referring to your blog for news, info and opinion. So I was somewhat taken aback by your blog about the Nars launch. Not because I disagree with your stance; rather, it’s because makeup is “fluffy”, and I was surprised and delighted to find out more about the lovely woman who writes this makeup blog. I am sure you didn’t take your stance lightly, and I highly respect anyone with values and importantly, one who is willing to take a stand in support of their own values. Kudos to you. You have written an important essay on what truly matters in this life.
    I don’t really know how I feel about Nars as a company. I will have to think more about that. I do, however know that I will not be purchasing anything from this launch. And that is thanks to you. You have done us all a service.

    • Thank you, Karen! I learned two really huge lessons — one, know what I’m buying (or supporting), so all these collaborators that brands work with – I can’t just zone out on – and two, sometimes it’s OK to step back and look at the big picture and know that though makeup is “fluffy” as you mentioned, there are real issues that can sometimes creep in!