Good morning, friend! Happy Saturday. So, I went to Ulta yesterday and saw this “Saved By the Bell” limited edition makeup collection. First, I thought, weird, who asked for this?
Don’t get me wrong — I liked the show back in the ’90s, but is it just me, or does a collaboration between the characters of Bayside High and a makeup collection seem like a big stretch now? Perhaps about 20 years too late?
But I digress.
I’m sure there are super fans who are stoked by this collection, though! I know a handful of ladies who might appreciate the setting spray with a young and shirtless Mario Lopez (please note his curly mullet).
Oh, and in case you were unaware, “Saved By the Bell” is a tween/teen show about a group of high school friends, and several of its actors and actresses are still around doing stuff today, like Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tiffani Amber Thiessen. I wonder what they think about the makeup! I would probably cringe at the thought of teenage me kissing someone on a blush/highlighter compact.
Onto this week’s reading!
Talk to me about hyperpigmentation, please.
I want to go here!
Just in case you need this today.
Have I ever mentioned that I love Goldfrapp?
I guess I probably shouldn’t have said that the weather had been cooler than usual the other day or mentioned wearing sweaters because it was 102 degrees here yesterday, and it’s supposed to hit 97 today, ahhh!
Guess I’ll take Coywolf for a swim.
What are you up to this weekend? Whatever it is, I hope all is well. Have a great day.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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