Leather is always great.
See how much you can do with accessories?
Me thinks this women suffers from Aphroditeitis.
That is the best. And so profound!"Notice the slit?""Ostrich feathers anyone?"
Oly mokes!Let's not teleport to my closet . . . .
Frightening.The glare from her closet gave me a headache. But the make up tips were divine! I had no idea that I needed to apply my foundation after my raccoon eyeliner. Good to know.
she said "fashion" eleven times in nine and a half minutes.
"These are bugle beads"And WHO CHOOSES orange lipstick?
"Then, what I have, is a rouge [how long has it been since anyone has used that word?]. Now, I have pink and orange; there are many different colors of rouges that you can wear. You can wear burgundy...or a real real DARK kind of orange...". I can't stop laughing.
You can thank me for finding the OTHER HALF.
"Here, I've added a fox draped over my shoulders. t's very dramatic.""I powder very, very good."That was some of the most fantastic video footage I have ever seen! Thank you ladies.I love the part in the second video when she's discussing diet and she has ever food in her kitchen on the table. She points to some fruits and says, "These are the different kinds of fruit that you can eat." As if those are the ONLY kinds you can eat. Papaya is nasty.
"Lace has been around for thousands of years."
"Let's go to my bedroom...and talk about exercize."
Cardio - the answer to ALL your problems.Some people use body by Jake - I use Charles. (poor Charles)
I like the "dark kind of orange" rouge comment. I love hearing the word rouge.. it reminds me of my fav. movie, Moulin Rouge.
Ostritch feathers, anyone?I almost died!! All the good lines that I was going to use were already taken....That was 80's-licious....R
Did you notice the part where she is talking about makeup and says "when I do makeup, I like to start w/ a clean face..." and she has her hair in a towel, and earings and FULL eye makeup.... Clean face indeed...
Okay, first. I do not know this woman from Adam, and I was born in the 60s, and wasn't raised in a barn. Second, I really miss big hair. Thanks for the video. Priceless.
Did anyone else think she looked like a much skinnier, much scarier Marie Osmond? Come on! I could not have been the only one!
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