Do you think it's a look that will catch on?
That was a great post Jane!Very informative, considered...and I just LOVE the pic! Thanks for the effort, it was really useful to me and, I'm sure, to many others.Have a great week.Nina
Thanks so much for the great feedback Nina. I hope to do some more science posts if people are interested.I hope you have a lovely week too,Jane x
Great, great guest post - not boring in the least! You need to do more of these types of posts.Also lovin' the lab coat! haa Fee x
Thank you so much for the comments Fee. I really appreciate your feedback as you know and I'm so pleased you enjoyed it. I shall crack on once my house guests have gone with research for my next biggie. The lab coat will return!I did find out something very interesting from my Mum yesterday. Apparently back in the days of block mascara, people did use saliva as a matter of course to wet the block and apply with the brush. I imagine this is were the practice has originated. Though as we're no longer tanning our legs with gravy browning or drawling stocking lines on with kohl it's time to stop the spitting folks! ;)Jane x
Am so envious you can do that thing with your eyebrow gggrrrrr not only perfect skin, but quirky eyebrows!
Bless, you Jan. I don't think my skin is perfect at all but I totally fess up to the quirky brows! x
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