Saturday, April 01, 2006

My Favorite Things (Like Oprah)

Last night while my beautiful husband slept, I layed there unable to shut off my brain. I couldn't tell you what all I thought about except for this one great idea I had. Have you ever gotten one of those email surveys that tells you all about the person that sent it. You're supposed to copy and paste it into a new email and fill it out about yourself before emailing it to everyone you know. I love to read those. I don't always take the time to fill them out about myself, but I enjoy them nonetheless. For some crazy reason, this is what I was thinking about last night as I listened to Scott sleep. So I got to thinking that not everyone enjoys getting those things or likes to fill them out and send them on. I'm starting a new feature her on my blog...My Favorite Things. I'll post a themed list of my favorite things. If you agree, disagree, or want to share your favorite thing within that theme, leave me a comment.
Soooo... I think that my first list will be about every girl's favorite thing...Beauty Products!

Here are the things I can't live without:
1. Paul Mitchell Super Skinny Daily Treatment Shampoo and Conditioner

2. Crabtree & Evelyn's GoatMilk Comfoting Body Lotion

3. Bare Minerals Make-up

4. Clinique 7 Day Scrub Cream Rinse-Off and Turnaround 15 minute Facial

5. Paul Mitchell's The Conditioner (I could not function without my leave-in conditioner.)

6. Ion Shine Spray (God's gift to dull hair!!!)

7. Juiceman Jr. Juicer (Beauty begins with what you put into your body. What goes in must come out.)

8. Curling Iron - 1.5 inch barrel

9. Warm Lemon Water first thing each morning (helps to keep the alkaline and acid levels in your body balanced)

10. Turbie Twist (especially now that my hair is so long!)

11. Maybelline Great Lash Mascara (ALWAYS looks good and inexpensive.)

12. Maybellin Lip Polish Hi-Shine in Pink Cadillac


  1. Okay, my favorite beauty product is the Olay Daily Facial Lathering Cloths - but I don't buy the Olay brand (too expensive). I buy the Wal-Mart brand for much cheaper. I REALLY like them for taking off my makeup at the end of the day. Oh and I always finish off my daily facial with Mary Kay's Time Wise Face Lotion. Mmm, Mmm, Mmm! Nice and squeaky clean!

  2. I can't afford any of that stuff! :) But...I guess I couldn't live without lip matter what just has to moisten my lips.

  3. Okay, I know this post was a LONG time ago - a year to be exact, but I have a question about your leave in conditioner. My hair has gotten so dry and frizzy ever since I had kids or ever since I moved up North to dry-ville (they both happened at the same time, so I don't know which one is to blame). SOOOO, I am thinking about trying a leave in conditioner to see if it would help. Where do you buy yours? How much does it cost? Could I get away with a cheap brand at Wal-Mart? Should I get a cream or a spray? Do I use regular conditioner too, or just the leave in one? What does it do for your hair?

    I know, I'm a nerd! I like to know EVERYTHING!


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