So I'm told that cleansing is now in style. I mean: InStyle.
That's right, go check out the March issue of InStyle Magazine with Eva Longoria on the cover (it hasn't quite hit the stands just yet, though, so don't go running out to Shopper's and Chapters and whatnot looking for it...not that I did or anything...just saying...)
I'm really looking forward to reading this one. I guess there's an article in it reporting that the Isagenix cleansing systems are a big hit with the celebs down in Hollywood, and you know, I always like to feel a bit ahead of the curve, instead of way behind it (which is my usual state of being). So I will be kicking back with a tall glass of water (or maybe my morning IsaLean shake) and reading all about how the celebs are cleansing, thereby garnering a wee little bit of cool by association.
But today, I tried to find out more online, and got sucked into the vortex that is the Hollywood Hair Makeover. Check it out; if I ever, ever say I am going to cut my hair short or dye it blonde, please come and restrain me physically and force me to stare at this picture without blinking for 48 hours:
And if I ever, ever say I'm going to grow my hair long, ditto for this one:
But other than the fact that I have a bad face for any kind of hairstyle, the most depressing thing to note when lost in hollywood hair cyberspace is that your children are always, no matter what, way more attractive than you are.
My oldest daughter with Jennifer Garner's hair, and:
My youngest daughter with Madonna's hair.
Why do I even bother going up against these fresh, young, unwrinkled and unjowled faces?