A couple of weeks ago I mentioned how a coworker told me I needed to spend more time with my hair (so I was going to take it on a road trip). Many of you felt my coworker was rude and/or out of line.
Okay, let me s'plain this to you. This woman is... well, different from us. She's not quite quirky enough to be considered "an odd duck" but she's definitely different. If she tells you that you should use a different moisturizer, shouldn't wear that color, or should spend more time with your hair, it comes from a place of love. She worked the fashion industry for 30 years and she gives these honest assessments, like you would your BFF (even if you are barely on speaking terms). There isn't any malicious thought or back-handed compliments in them., They are just her being her.
And secondly. She's right. I went into the restroom the other day and thought, "Holy shit! I really should spend more time on my hair. Or at least brush it."
So yeah. There's that.
The Fine Print: Products by Stampin' Up. I looked like I just came in off the back of motorcycle without a helmet the other day. Apparently, that's pretty common for me. I just don't think of these things (says the woman who religiously brushes the cat every morning).