Good news, I get paid next Friday for my efforts, I work twice this week, and the store manager bought us pizza for lunch. I love free food.
In the evening Kitty and I went to Sephora to get our make-up done by a Lorac artist. Jeannie was supposed to go with us, but canceled at the last minute. (Surprise, surprise. >_<; Is it a bad thing that I expect her to do that now?) It was fun, although the make-up artist's style isn't very compatiable with mine. When she did Kitty's make-up, she gave her extremely smoky grey, brown, and white eye make-up that made Kitty look extremely feline. (Hee hee!) She also put a lot of pink onto Kitty's face, and found a perfect 'lip polish' shade for Kitty. (In the bottle it was a very bright pink, hee hee.) The look she gave me involved pink eyeshadow at the outer corners of the eye and brown and pink eyeliner with what looked like a golden white shimmer. Far too subtle for me. She then put a peach powder all over my face to "warm it up." With this same reasoning, to make my face look softer, she used brown mascara. She then tried to put a antiqued pink lip polish on me, but took it off because it didn't work with my warmed tones. I jokingly said I wanted neon orange, and it turned out Lorac actually had a bright orange lip polish. (In the bottle it's the color of construction worker vests.) We put it on and it looked pretty good. ^_^ It is very transparent so it just made my lips look warmer. Everything made me look warmer. Unfortunately, I don't want to look warm and have softened features! I want extremes! Extreme color! Extreme angles! Extreme contrast!
...but I ended buying the orange lip polish because depending what I pair it with, it will work quite well. I also bought the brown mascara but I'm debating returning it now. I thought it would be fun to layer with green or purple, but I am not so sure and I think I'd rather have the money.
When I woke up this morning I found out Goong Goong went to the hospital on Thursday for congestive heart failure. :( They released him this morning but that was a solemn reminder that he's in his nineties and his health ain't too hot. We'll be visiting them tomorrow.