wearing Jasmine blossom Lipstick from the $75 Edward’s best 8-Color Lipstick palette by Edward Bess
I want to hang out with Edward Bess…
I mean, have you seen this man’s mane? It looks like it ought to be moving in slo-mo in a shampoo commercial with, like, birds singing in the background and sh*t.
We could hang out, talk hair, and chat about the $75 Edward’s best 8-Color Lipstick palette and how it’s creamy lipstick heaven in a pan. Eventually, I’d segue into my master plan to become the world’s first lipstick nomad/cat lady.
We’d be at Starbucks. I’d reach across the small table, take his hands in mine and say, “Edward, I think it would be really cool to travel the world with a whole cadre of lipsticks, like 100 of them, and take pics of myself wearing a different shade in every new location.”
He would respond, “That’s a fantastic idea, Karen. Lass mich dir helfen…”
Cats & Makeup Sweatshirt?
The pigmented lippies in this 8-pan palette could get me through at least one country — possibly one with a dry, cold climate, because all of these are crazy moisturizing, and wearing them soothes my lips like ahhhhh.
“Edward,” I’d ask, taking a sip of my pumpkin spice latte, “may I french braid your hair?”
“Of course,” he’d reply. “Du darfst.”
From the left in the top row: nude Lotus, Pure Impulse, rose demure and Tender Love; bottom row: Candid Affair, Jasmine Blossom, Deep Lust and Midnight Bloom
The palette includes a lip brush
From the left: nude Lotus, Pure Impulse, rose demure and Tender Love
From the left: Candid Affair, Jasmine Blossom, Deep Lust and Midnight Bloom
In my paw for scale
The Edward’s best 8-Color Lipstick palette is available now for $75 at Neiman Marcus stores and neimanmarcus.com.
The pumpkin spice latte is available at Starbucks.
Ihre freundliche Nachbarschaftszusatzsüchtige,
P. S give yourself a big hug for me, babe. You are worthy of it.