Guerlain- Noir G de Guerlain Refillable Mascara
What will you remember most about the month of January 2012?
The things that come to mind most for me are:
1. An extremely mild winter.
2. Starting dance classes again.
3. A visit from an old friend.
4. Getting to know a new friend.
5. And being introduced to a a girl's best friend.
Who/What might that be? Well this month it was all about finding seriously longer, fuller lashes! I've always been one of those girls with short, nondescript lashes. No matter which mascara I applied, it never made my eyes pop....until now!! I was engraving this past weekend at Neiman Marcus in Tyson's Galleria and had the chance to see the new Guerlain- Noir G de Guerlain Mascara.
I like to call it the "James Bond" of mascaras. It comes in this sleek black case and when you open it, there are two mirrors inside so you can apply the mascara no matter where you are! Twist open the end to reveal the brush and when it's empty, you simply remove the inside portion and purchase a refill. Being an engraver, I had to purchase one just so I could engrave my own name on it, but what amazed me even more was when I tried it. First coat....wow, I could see my lashes. Second coat....Huh??? Are these MY lashes???? Amazing difference!! And the color stayed ALL day, but easily removed with eye makeup remover when it was time to go to bed. I'm anxious to engrave my own, but for now, I'll share a picture of one that I engraved in the store that day. People chose to engrave first names, monograms and even some short messages like "you look amazing!" or "Smile!" My matching lipstick says "Motorcycle Mama" on the outside so I'm going to have to come up with something to compliment it. Any ideas?
If you purchase one of your own and would like it engraved, just give me a call. We'll arrange for you to ship it to me and it will be on it's way back to you the next day. Just $10.00 plus shipping. Or if it's easier, I can pick one up here for you and ship it back to you complete with your name or message.
Wouldn't this make a great stocking stuffer for next years Christmas season?