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Early June 2008
Early June 2008
It's summer time, and you know what that means: sales everywhere. At MAC, I (and thousands of others) cashed in on the Friends and Family 15% Discount and made a stop at the Pro Store. I picked up a couple of things from the Cool Heat collection: Warming Trend and Solar White eye shadows, High 90s and By Degrees Slimshines. Also, I got an EZ Baby Tendertone and Red Electric pigment (it's a little more pink than the orange that the picture gives off). I plan to use it for nail polish and lip gloss, and mixing it into clear mascara for my hair. At Sephora, I gave in and bought the limited edition Kenzo Amour Holi. It smells so nice and warm, and I love the touch of rose. Meanwhile, the stores under the Limited Brands were having their usual half-annual sales: At BBW, I picked up two Goldie lip conditioners, a C.O Bigelow mini Rose Water Tonic, and some anti-bac gel. At Victoria's Secret, I got a a nail polish in Cocktail. A couple of drugstore purchases here and there: Softlips, Sally Hansen top coat, and cheap Jane foundation. Finally, last but not least (and it's completely relevant that I saved this for last), the Shu Uemura palette. For nearly a year now, the Shu website claimed that there was a counter opening up in my local Neiman Marcus. I was excited. I was ecstatic. Except for the fact that they never seemed to open. I stopped by the NM every couple months, and to my dismay, the SAs would say, "oh yes, next month, I promise." This whole debacle started in August of last year. I got pretty fed up with it, but a couple of weeks ago, I stopped in to see if this mythical counter would ever show up. Lo and behold, there was empty space and lots of boxes. I was there on a Friday, and was told they would have everything set up by Monday, hopefully. (This was another lie.) I stopped back into the counter Wednesday of that next week, and barely 15% of the counter was set up. But the good news was that they could actually sell the some of the items that were out. I bought the 25th anniversary Fleur de Rose palette. Although the frustration of waiting for the counter still lingers, I can't wait for the future collections.

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