In the October Allure magazine Ariana Grande is quoted on the cover:
“You can never have enough music or makeup.”
The superstar vocalist is bringing out her own beauty line.
In truth music and makeup have been healing modes of expression for me.
First in the 1980s when I was a disc jockey on FM radio.
Throughout my life listening to music even today.
Fugees are on the Post Modern Music Box channel with “No Woman No Cry” as I type this blog entry.
I recommend going on Audacy to listen to 100s of music stations.
My favorites are the Punk Party channel and the Post Modern Music Box channel. There’s also a channel for The Cure and for New Arrivals.
The link to Audacy will be at the bottom of this blog entry.
Elsewhere what brightened my day was cashing in my 1000 points in the Sephora Rewards Bazaar.
My Benefit brand gift was a water bottle inscribed with We Dream in Pink that changes color. A white tote bag with pink letters chiming: Laughter is the Best Cosmetic. A tube of They’re Real! Magnet Extreme Lengthening Mascara.
In the October Allure there was a review of the They’re Real! Magnet Mascara.
Smitten I was with this lash-defining product. So I will keep using it.
Music and Makeup.
I find myself listening to music at all hours of the day and night.
Lining my eyes with black eyeliner. Or using silvery-white eyeshadow.
Going through a struggle I feel good when I make others feel good. There’s a lot that’s not right in the world. So injecting humor and hope into everyone’s lives is called for.
Sephora now sells a haircare line by Tracee Ellis Ross called Pattern. Definitely worth checking out and the packaging is gorgeous too.
Here is the link to the Audacy website.