Chanel Rouge Allure L’Extrait in Rouge Puissant | Red Lips Inspired by Fall Leaves
There’s a joke around where I live in Northern California about the Bay Area not having a real fall season. I think the trees around my neighborhood would have something to say about that, LOL! Here’s a stunner that I see every day when I walk Connor to school.
Gorgeous, right? I strolled by her today and couldn’t help but feel inspired to wear a bright red lip.
I’m wearing a super intense, super concentrated red from Chanel’s holiday 2023 collection, Rouge Puissant.
It’s a long-wearing formula that takes a bit of elbow grease to remove, so if ya prefer lippies that pack a ton of pigment, you might love it.
Happy Friday to you, my friend! I’ve got a video interview in just a few, and I feel so ready with this makeup. 🙂 Please send good vibes. I’ll take ’em!
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,
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Hi Karen! Happy Friday to you too. Sending positive good vibes your way!
Positive thoughts for the interview!
I hope your interview went well! You are so awesome it is hard to imagine what kind of monster wouldn’t hire you! Love your necklace.
Wishing you much success with the interview!
That lipstick was sold out at my local Nordstrom and I thought, I can live without it. Now I’m thinking I need to search for it, he he he.
Have a wonderful weekend. Those trees are gorgeous! The ones down my way have barely started to change.
None of the trees in my area have any kind of fall color yet. About the only ones that are reliably red in the fall are the Japanese maples, and there aren’t that many in this area. Later on, some of the oaks may turn a yellow color. The best fall color trees don’t even survive in this climate and this soil, unfortunately. One neighbor has a giant (maybe 20 ft. tall) conifer, which really stands out because almost all conifers die in this area (climate AND soil problems). I wish I knew what it is because it is so big, and that is REALLY rare in this area.
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