I"m afraid I can't do that," replied the dainty (in my dreams!) broad demurely.
"Lady, you're making a helluva mistake here." There was a pause.
"Ma'am, I thank you for your concern but this is gonna look great with a tan."
"With a tan, you say? Then in that case what you need is bronzer." Joan has right on her side.
"I don't think so," was the equally determined response. The smile was glacial.
"This is just plain wrong, I'm tellin' ya. You can't do it."
"Watch me....." The plastic card is inserted smoothly and decisively into the slot. "Go ahead. Do it. Do it now."
The assistant opens her mouth as if to speak but then shrugs in resignation. She completes the transaction.
"Why, thank you and have a good day!" The words are heavy with sarcasm as Lauren
And "Joan" was absolutely right. This was far too strong a shade for me as a blusher. Very highly pigmented. So I used it as a matte lip colour with optional clear lip gloss.
Do you ever divert products from their original purpose? Blusher to lippie? Eye shadow to blusher? What works well?