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by TacomaSadie
on 3/14/2010 @ 3:00pm
Hello again! I am a hair stylist at Nani Hair on 6th Ave, single mom of four kids trying to survive as a small business owner.

In addition to my love of doing hair, I'm also very passionate about skincare & makeup! I used to be addicted to MAC from Nordstrom! But, with kids its hard to afford that cost!

Soooo....I went to a friends "party" and discovered that something I thought was an old lady brand, was actually pretty rockin!

Dont laugh....but I sell Mary Kay! If your like me you probably have a preconceived notion in your head about this! Trust me though...they have some really awesome stuff now.

Mineral Powder foundation, Microdermabrasion, the best mascara I've ever used, just to mention a couple of my favorites!

Go check out my website

I'm done babblin now!!! Hope I see ya around!

by Crenshaw Sepulveda on 3/14/2010 @ 6:32pm
I can vouch for the Mary Kay Microdermabrasion, my cheeks are as smooth as a baby's bottom. Which is more than you can say for my bottom.

by TacomaSadie on 3/14/2010 @ 6:43pm
I know! Its awesome & so much cheaper then going to the dermatologist to have it done!

Its hard to get people to not have that stereotype in thier heads about Mary Kay! Thanks for giving a nice shout out about it!

by L.S.Erhardt on 3/14/2010 @ 9:43pm
"Tupperware Party" = code for the Women's Liberation Front
"Coffee Party" = code for wackjob liberals getting together
"Tea Party" = code for wackjob conservatives getting together
"Lipstick Party" = code for a very X rated game played by swingers and some dumb teens.
"Political Party" = code for people unable to think for themselves
"Kool-aid Party" = code for a mass suicide

I can only shudder at the terror that "Mary Kay Party" is code for.

by TacomaSadie on 3/14/2010 @ 11:14pm
So, your telling me I probably shouldnt have a Lipstick Kool-aid Party for my daughters next birthday??

by L.S.Erhardt on 3/15/2010 @ 1:50am
Sad, isn't it? The way society can take begin things like Kool-Aid or lipstick and twist them around in a very unsettling way.