I recently finished How to be Parisian Wherever You Are. Aside from losing my mind on the train after their Instagram handler commented on the AMAZING picture I posted of my copy of the book, I actually learned a few things. Firstly I have always known I’m different, but what I did not know, is I’m French. It’s clear to me after reading this book that my parents have lied to me. Lipstick to the grocery store on Sundays, obsessing on EBay waiting for that one investment piece to bid on, boyfriend new boyfriend, generally not making sense and not caring to at all, this book was amazing. So I decided to take matters into my own hands regarding my face. Its important, when being French, to look like you did not try, ESP while buying baguette. No Kim K contouring, not lashes, it’s about BB Cream and a lip you like. So here are my beauty picks, keeping it simple like the Parisian I am…
I approached the Sephora check out line with the intention to return the YSL mens scent I bought in my attempt to be a tomboy last week, not because my friend referred to it as, " Sheer department store," while the boyfriend described it as, "having a bite at the end,"but because I hated it ;)... The sales clerk quickly high-fived me as I told her I wanted to return it. She then proceeded to say, "girllllll we ALL have boy problems." I had two choices, 1, tell her I've never been happier in a relationship and that this was just a result of my fashion flippancy and attempt to be different, or 2, play into it. "I know, I hate men, I'm returning his sh*t after our last fight," I said. Long story short, were friends now, and go pick up what I got while, "returning his sh*t."