Minnie Mouse Lipstick Is Too Cute for My Own Good

The title of this post was originally going to be “Minnie Mouse Lipstick Is Too Cute for Its Own Good.” But since this post is about how I wasted too much money on lipstick I now find too cute to use, then I think the original title may be inaccurate. I mean maybe this lipstick’s cuteness is actually in its best interest. I haven’t used it at all because it’s so freaking cute and thus it will live forever. Kind of like how babies are so cute so that we tolerate wiping their poo and listening to them scream really loudly. That’s how evolution works, right?

So it seems that in addition to being cute, this lipstick has also beat me evolutionarily and I’m very upset about that. I’ve also realized that I have a problem buying cute, overpriced novelty products. Like if that Misfits line of make up that Shani suggested ever becomes a real thing, then I’ll effectively become bankrupt.

Anyway, here’s the really cute Minnie Mouse lipstick that I purchased from Sephora the moment they emailed me that it had become available. (Yes, I’m that girl.) It’s been sitting on my table for a month in it’s original packaging, taunting me.

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But do you see how they put Minnie’s face right where you’re supposed to put your lips? What am I supposed to do, smear Minnie’s face into oblivion? I’m not a monster!! Also, I paid $15 for “Minnie’s Perfect Red Lipstick” and it turned out to be just “The Red” from the Sephora Collection that sells for $12.50 and doesn’t involve massacring a cartoon mouse face in order to use it.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Christmas

I am not popular on Polyvore. I”m just not. I accept that. I think it partially has something to do with the fact that my “fashion” sets are largely inspired by Full House whereas most people make lovely on-trend collages. But um this post below got no likes. And likes on Polyvore are hearts. So no one “heart”-ed this. Sometimes, I get no hearts and I don’t care. But I think that this ninja turtle Christmas sweater is the best thing ever. I mean what’s not to love? I even included cookies and cozy socks! This situation would pretty much be my ideal Christmas. A Ninja Turtle Christmas

J Brand jeans
$345 – net-a-porter.com

Brooks Brothers crew socks

NYX nail polish

Beauty School Drop Out

I spent most of elementary school obsessed with Grease. I failed to understand like 75% of the dialogue, but I stilled loved it. In fact, I’m probably stilled obsessed but now I avoid Grease. Why do I avoid something I so clearly love? Because I. CANNOT. HANDLE. IT. I want to be in that movie so badly that like I get overly excited/jealous/sing-a-long crazy to the point that I am running around like a Jack Russell Terrier puppy and I just don’t have it in my hear to put myself through that again. I hear it’s streaming on Netflix, but I haven’t worked up the courage to press play. On another note, I love that pastel temporary hair colors are in style. Frenchie totally did that first. Beauty School Drop Out

Moschino jacket

Circle skirt
$60 – lavishalice.com


Baldinini zip boots


Moisturizing lipstick
$6.31 – newlook.com


Denise Huxtable Fashion Icon

So it has come to my attention that it’s #tbt on Polyvore (and every other place on the Internet), but the cool part is that today’s theme is fashion inspired by The Cosby Show. While my first instinct was to go with Theo in the yellow shirt, I felt that Denise had the more modern-options. Denise

Kiss The Sky pink shirt
$40 – nelly.com


Brown pants
$16 – wearall.com

Ankle boots