or where, but rest assured that the identity of the culprit will be
revealed. Hmmh? Wondering if Chaquita it by mistake, or maybe she purposely took it after I went on and on about being harassed by the opposite sex when wearing it. Harassment in its subtle form is not offensive, but quite humorous.
Thought I’d do something a little different with the lipstick this fall, instead of doing the usual variations of plum shades, I opted for a bright neon-like pink. That’s right! While fall leaves are doing their thing: golden, burnt orange, brown; I’m doing mine with bright hot pink lips. Wet n Wild Dollhouse pink (also known as Harassment) is a true show stopper and eye popper and quite capable of stealing some glory from the fall foliage.
Checked my purse, my desk, my purse again. Even walked outside to the car to check the driver’s seat, passenger’s seat and the back seat of my car. Not there. Maybe I left it home, but I usually don’t remove it unless I’m applying it and then it’s back in my purse. Now, I can’t find it and almost in a panic. Okay now. It’s only a $2.00 tube of lipstick right? But I never wanted to be caught without it. And this shade is hard to find. I called every store in my little city and no one carried that particular shade. Imagine this. I’m willing to drive a 40 mile round trip to get it.
I’ve gotten a lot of unexpected visits from male co-workers while wearing it and a lot of snide looks from females who wished they were bold enough to wear it. To them I say, “go ahead”, so you may divert some attention away from us girls who wear it and wear it well! Either wear it or buy your guy a blindfold. This neon pink is sure to get