Diva on August 26th, 2007
Thanks for dropping by!
jon on August 29th, 2007
omg… too much information for a guy. We just want to kiss
Jewel on August 29th, 2007
Great post! I used to have problems finding the right lip color
for me. I think this is a very informative post, and good for
others who were in a similar situation.
Imaginary Diva on August 29th,
Appreciation goes a long way Jon….. We don’t wake
up looking perfect you know.
Imaginary Diva on August 29th,
Jewel, I thought that it was about time I stopped writing about
celebrity stuff and have some honest to goodness beauty article
that I can use when I go out this weekend
3plus3 on August 30th, 2007
Great article! I never really knew the origin of lipstick
Samantha on August 31st, 2007
Jon & Sharon you are a “hoot”. Your comments
always make me smile.
I wear fairly minimal make-up but lipstick is something I can’t
go without. I’ve wasted wads of cash on those which look
good in the store, only to have a rude awakening when I get
it home (not to be confused with the Bette Davis in “What
Happened To Baby Jane” — nothing quite that harsh!)
I do agree with sticking to the “warm” or “cool”
color families (I’m cool) though I’ve tried (to
no avail) to diverge because a color really grabs me (and untimately
What really irks me is when I find a color I adore and it’s
discontinued. Or worse yet, they tamper with the formula, change
it, but color name stays the same!
sandmike123 on September 1st, 2007
Great Article…. I am a total lipstick/lip gloss whore…
If I do not have 50 shades I don’t have 1. From the glossiest
of glosses to the matte stay on forever kind.
SageMother on September 1st, 2007
I started blending my mineral make up with Chapstick to get
the right shade and the right protection since my lips chap
so easily. Since I started doing thins, I have noticed that
my lips take on a pleasing shape without looking like I have
been socked in the mouth!
Jewel on September 3rd, 2007
Sticking to the “cool” or “warm” color
schemes is generally a good idea, I believe. The color schemes
are generally accurate when it comes to choosing the right shade
Imaginary Diva on October 13th, 2007
Thanks for dropping by M-T! It’s a fantastic article and
we could all use a little assistance here and there when it
comes to the personal image we portray.
I will be adding you as a writer for this site to give you another
Hope you come by again!
Wonderful! Even for someone with lots of "make-up' experience.
It pointed out some things that I had forgotten about.
This is a real feel-good article as well as informative!!! Makes
me want to pucker-up!!
KMT from NJ:
Bravo! What a fun and informative piece. I look forward to seeing
AEK from Cherry Hill NJ:
I am so happy to learn that liner is not a necessity! I thought
I was doing something wrong by not wearing it! Thanks for making
it simple to have lucious lips! I look forward to seeing more
by Marie-Therese :)
robin t from bethesda, md:
Great, comprehensive information! Makes me want to run out and
try red again. Now I realize that the reason I didn't wear red
was because I didn't find my complementing color.
jill long from pa:
tossing my liner (not dark brown- yuk!) and sending a copy to
my friends who needs to do the same...
Sarah E. from Cherry Hill, NJ:
Brighter not darker sounds like the perfect way to go when picking
my new fall lip colors. Thank you!