I promise I won't drag it out any longer, but I didn't tell you guys the funniest part about Colt's haircut debacle. As you know, Rob cut his hair when I was out visiting my niece. When I got home, it took me .0000000000037465 seconds to notice what had happened. My first reaction?
WHAT THE F*CK DID YOU DO??!
But here it is: when I walked in, Rob already had his coat on. Zipped up. Ready to go. So when I said "WHAT THE F*CK DID YOU-" he cut me off with "don't want to hear it. I'm leaving."
And he bolted.
Which leads me to believe that he knew he effed up. He knew how pissed I would be. So he skedaddled as soon as I set foot in the door.
Because he knew.
A few of you asked if he did it on purpose. No, he didn't. He honestly thought he could trim up his bangs so they weren't hanging in his eyes. He said he grabbed the scissors and took the first cut and at that moment, Colt thrust his head forward and the cut was too deep to fix. So yeah, he just figured he'd cut the rest of it at the same length and hence, we are where we are today.
Was I really mad? Like really mad?
No. I mean, inside I died a little, so sad for his hair, but really truly mad? No. Because what would be the point? I knew Rob meant well, I knew he didn't mean for it to look so horrid and besides...negative thoughts result in more face wrinkles.
And? Hair. grows. back.
But back to the face wrinkles.
When I instagrammed this photo yesterday...
and said the pure olive oil was for my face, I got quite a few inquiries. Olive oil? Do you put it straight on your face? Is it the same olive oil you use to cook with? Does it make you break out?
Yes, it is the exact same olive oil you would use to cook with and no, it doesn't make me break out. Which is funny because I have naturally super oily skin to start with, so maybe it counteracts? Also, yes, I put it straight on my face. At night, I slather it on. And yes, my face looks like a huge grease ball but in the morning? Holy shit sherlock is my skin smooth!
Seriously, it has made a huge difference. Especially since I drink so much at night, I would wake up in the morning, look in the mirror and be horrified at how my skin looked. Of course, stopping drinking would probably result in a much better service to my face, but let's be real, that ain't happening, so I do what I can.
My skin has been incredibly smooth and my makeup looks almost flawless after I apply it. However, I only use the olive oil at night as like I said, it's super slick and when I use it in the morning, my face is greaseball city within the hour.
But I do slather it on at night. Which all the experts say is the best time to treat your face as all the cells or whatever rejuvenate. I also put it on my neck and décolletage because those areas show the first signs of aging.
And I would still like to be carded at the bar, thank you very much.
holy holy close-up pic of my face. But I wanted to show it because this is straight out of the shower, after I applied the olive oil.
Also, I have recently begun to mix some pure olive oil with my normal face soap, and massage it in with the clarisonic. And holy cow I come out of the shower with a face smooth as butta.
What about you? Any extra special beauty secrets you want to share?