I’m not okay with abandoning bright colors until spring. I’m just not. More
Topic: pale skin
But just because you’re pale doesn’t mean you can’t sculpt some sharper cheekbones. More
Being pale is a blessing and a curse, but in the summer, it’s mostly the latter. More
This post goes out to all the people who don’t tan in Summertime. More
So, I went to the beach for the past few days, and now I’m red like a lobster. God, I’m in pain. It feels great! I’m going to be so pretty when this is over! No, I’m not, I’m going to be peeling like a reptile. A goddamn reptile. I make bad choices, huh? Like Lindsay’s daughter’s friends. Just let me lie to myself a little longer.
Look, I looked like Wednesday Addams at the country club, okay? I had a lot of issues about who I was, and who I am, and whether or not I wanted to fit in, so I bought a Lily Pulitzer dress and then I lay out by the pool with no suntan lotion on for three hours. In many ways, my vacation would have been written by Bret Easton Ellis if he did a lot of Klonopin.
And I am a lobster now, ripe for considering. Afterward, I looked up a lot of facts about tanning, while sitting very erect at my computer, because I can’t move, because it hurts too much. Anyhow. If you want to get skin cancer, this is how you go about getting it in the most beautiful manner. More
M&S is launching a line of “invisible” lingerie to match women’s skin tones! Which is a completely brilliant idea! Except that – according to my eyes – this lingerie is visible, doesn’t appear to match anyone’s skin tone. Because, you know, human skin isn’t eggshell colored (though I commend them on finding one model who does, indeed, have a whiter shade of pale skin). But science went into this! The Daily Mail reports: More
Yes! Here is why it’s awful – and absurdly awful, because she’s so adorable on Glee. Let’s count the ways: More
You remember those cliques in high school. The jocks. The nerds. The extremely awesome people who worked on the high school newspaper who went on to have rich and fulfilling lives (even if we once had bad acne). And, of … More