Is It Bindi Gone Wrong or Just The Biggest Zit in LA County?
What’s up with the shoulder pads? I am all for capturing the best of each fashion decade, but I already suffer from a short neck. The last thing I need is a pair of foam pillows closing in on my ears.
Speaking of pads, you know what I love? My heating pad. I get in bed every night and for a little thermotherapy. But what I really need is a little therapy for my face. This morning I drove Hayden to school wearing sunglasses in the rain because after the surgery I performed on two milia under my right eye and a stubborn zit that now resembles bindi gone wrong I looked like I had been beat up.
My skin and I are in a tough spot. The dark circles I had as a child are now full-on bags. If someone didn’t know that I always look like this, they’d think I’d been up all night. True, I haven’t had a good night’s sleep in almost five years, but I know I wouldn’t look that much better even if I did.
In order to appear less sickly, I started wearing cover up every day (which is a big step for me since I only wear makeup of any kind like three times a year). After just a week of this I had a bunch of milia under my eyes. A few years back I switch from an oil-free cover up (Laura Mercier) to a more creamy one (also Laura Mercier) because the oil-free one was making my under eye look dry and flaky. And now I have eye zits.
So what’s an oily, dry
girl woman to do? I’ll go back on the ‘tane if I have to.