So I mentioned briefly last time that I was in the market for mascara.
I don't know if you've been shopping for mascara lately, but your typical, drug-store variety costs about $8 a tube.
That's two, happy-hour beers.
So I don't like to go throwing around my hard earned 8 bucks all willy nilly. As I mentioned, I tried to get Bill to help me, but he was on the hunt for a Mississippi mudflap and was no help.
Well, I should say that his response was, "Eight dollars? Just pick a cheap one so we can go."
He's so helpful.
I looked at all the applicators, then all the colors, then started to get anxious because what if I bought one and hated it. I'd have to do this all over again.
Just as I was about to buy one of each, I noticed this:
Mascara with a vibrating, pulsating applicator.
Um, I hate to sound daft, but I don't get it.
Why would someone want their applicator to vibrate?
I have enough trouble trying to get the mascara on my lashes and out of my eye without having the thing tremble on its own.
And how could a pulsing applicator make the whole process easier? Would it shake the goop on my lashes?
I think this whole "vibrating applicator" is just a beard and that it's not intended to be used for mascara application at all.
I'm just sayin'. We could see a lot more happy women with messy mascara.