So, a couple of months ago I went to Sephora and bough $200 worth of makeup. Yeah, I know. So, I’ve been wearing it to raves for practice. I don’t wanna wear it to school until next year. Anywho, as for clothes I bought those pointy shoes. I’ve only worn them once, but that’s because I don’t know what else to wear with them. There’s alot more I’d like to do with being girly. I’m definately not all the way there yet, but hopefully I’ll be there soon. :)
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I’m totally digging the girliness that I didn’t know I had. I’m loving it. I can be me and be girly. My batbling shirt..everybody loves it. lol It’s cute..and has a touch of girliness. I’m just happy I’m me. I’m not wearing makeup that much anymore. I’m only wearing it if it’s a very special occassion, but I have people on myspace always telling me I look nice, so I guess that’s a good thing. I hope lol
I’m happy, but not satisfied yet. I want to test myself in a skirt this spring. We shall see…
I’ve never worn makeup without feeling like a clown. I recently started putting makeup on, and I don’t feel so weird. I can actually put it on well. Ah…it feels good to be a girly girl for once.
I’m shocked at what I’ve done in just the past two days. I’ve recently recieved money. I spent almost half of it on clothes.
I even went to the MAC counter at Macy’s and had makeup matched. I put some on today, and walked out of the house with enough confidence, even though I felt a little weird about it. I bought those “boots with the fur” lol I’ve never really gone shopping for so many things for myself. I even bought a Juicy Couture shirt at Nordstroms Rack. Still looking good at half frice lol
Now, I need to put the clothes ON! lol
Once I have embraced my full femininity I’ll let you know.
But I’m not sure where to start. I at least want to dress better. I dress in baggy jeans and message T-shirts. I only put on lipgloss and while I do put lotion and body spray on in the morning that’s about as feminine as I get. I want to be the woman I was made to be.