Long time planned, held in reserve, cancelled for Caillebotte and other passing fancies that took precedence last week: Walking In Straw.
Sweet, not serious, pretty and perhaps, if we’re lucky, about to be on markdown.
On another subject:Eye creams. I know you’re concerned about the info from my dermatologist and her assistant. Neither uses them as you may recall. Their reason? “They’re not necessary.” Both say they take their night creams up and around their eyes, but not too close.
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No one wants to wake in the morning looking worse than she did when she went to bed. Never put eye cream too close to the eye because it will melt and seep into the eyes which equals, puffy eyes. Not the look you were dreaming about.
If, however, and Dr. Gallais emphasized the point, a woman has found an eye cream she believes works for her, she should continue using it.