HERE’S JENNA – CoverGirl’s LashBlast To The Rescue
Have you ever worn an outfit that makes you look forward to seeing people and excited about the day ahead of you? This past year I was wearing one of those outfits. (Keep in mind I am a junior in college.) I had just finished class, and was feeling quite confident in my outfit choice for the day. I left class, stopped by the restroom, and headed across the quad to the food court. About the time I reached the middle of the quad, after saying hello to everyone I saw, I heard a girl call my name. I ignored the panicked look she wore, and assumed she was coming up to compliment my outfit. Boy was I wrong! She ran up to me only to whisper that my dress was tucked into my panties. I spent the rest of the day hoping that people were looking at my face and not my outfit. Although an outfit says a lot, especially a dress tucked in panties; I’ve always thought that a little bit of makeup can help you “make a statement” in a much more positive way.
I really enjoy putting makeup on in the mornings. No, I don’t think it’s something that I have to wear every day, but then again, I have become quite dependent upon it. I have blonde hair so without eye make up on my eyes tend to blend in with the rest of my face. To help my eyes stand out, I always start with black eyeliner. Because I have larger eyes, I line both the top and bottom lid. Then I use CoverGirl’s LashBlast Mascara.
This mascara is incredible because its deep color shows off the length of my eyelashes and gives them a fuller look to help them really stand out. For the finish, I use a white eye shadow on the lower half of the lid, and a cream in the upper outside corners. I then use a black and soft brown eye shadow in the creases of my eyes. These colors can really help blue eyes stand out, (which may help to bring the attention to your face, instead of your outfit in case of a wardrobe malfunction.)
One thing that’s so great about this mascara, besides making your eyelashes visibly longer and fuller, is you can find it for less than eight dollars at any drug store, Wal-Mart, or Target ($7.29 at Target). So happy shopping and if you become a new member of the wardrobe malfunction club, just laugh it off and rest assured…it may be your first but probably not your last so try to be kind to your fellow malfunctioners and give them a heads up. Remember, we’re all in this together!