To give you a little break in ipsy reviews, the other day, I was wearing a shirt in my favorite burgundy color. Usually when I am wearing this color I also have a lip color on to match but for some reason this day, I wasn’t. I had my wings all done up too but still, no lipstick. While I was at work, I grew bored because there wasn’t anything for me to do so I turned to my current favorite social networking app, Snapchat. Now I, like most “basic” girls my age, love the Snapchat Lenses, oft mis-referred to as Snapchat Filters. These “lenses” are the dog, face-swap, flower crown, and myriad of other real-time editors to make your face look different. My go to is the flower crown but in swiping through them that day, I found one that I would refer to as a “beauty lens,” + lipstick. The lipstick matched my shirt, and other lip colors that I own, perfectly and I have never loved a Snapchat Lens more.

Yesterday I posted this Snapchat Selfie on Instagram and it got a number of likes and comments, more than I am used to. This is probably partially due to the fact that I am also smiling in the picture, something I don’t often do. I’ve been told I have a nice smile, I don’t see it though.

Now without further ado, here’s the selfie, caption and all, because I’m sure you were dying to see my face (not like Medusa, but part of me would love that).



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