Last weekend was my high school's prom. Yes, I'm still in high school. Nail polish loving is for all ages. I actually had my dance recital first, so my date and I were late to the prom and missed the meal. But I had fun and he's a great guy (just friends, don't jump to conclusions!) and it was all worth it. Cliché much? Afterwards everyone's parents put together post prom, which is like a big after party in attempt to keep students from having their own, not-so-law-abiding parties. There's a bunch of games, a hypnotist (I was much too shy to participate, although I did get a good many laughs), and a huge prize raffle. Anyways, when my number was drawn, this is what I picked for my prize:
nail clippers and tweezers, nail polish remover, shaving cream, razor, foot lotion, foot scrub, and foot care kit
But wait! There's more!
a foot spa!
The only things I've had a chance to try out so far have been the razor (Venus Breeze) and shaving cream. Honestly, it was the first time I'd ever bothered with shaving cream. I wasn't sure if it was the razor or the shaving cream that made the difference. My sister tried the shaving cream and liked it, so I think it must be both. The razor is awesome! Normally I shave about twice a week. Now I think I could probably get away with just once. Totally recommend it. Sorry if that was a bit too much TMI personal hygiene. :P
I was happy for another bottle of nail polish remover. Never can have too many of those. Normally I use the nourishing version of Wal-mart brand remover, because the normal always leaves my nails weak and brittle. I'm excited to try the strengthening version!
Normally I don't put to much work into foot care. Now that I have the tools, why not have a at home spa day? I'm soo looking forward to it!