Thursday, November 25, 2010

Beauty Blog Backstage Nov 2010 - Featuring Cosmeddicted!

I've been meaning to join the Beauty Blog Backstage family but I always remember at work and then by the time I come home, well, I forget since I have an awful short-term memory! Anyhow, for my first go, I was paired up with K from Cosmeddicted and here are her answers! I highly recommend joining if you are a blogger, it's so fun and I wish I would have signed up sooner!

1. What was your very first LUSH product?
My very first LUSH product was a bath bomb which I really did not like. I tried it 3 or so years ago, and I stayed clear of Lush after that. It was only after I tried other LUSH products that I started to find ones that I liked!

2. Did you go to college/university? What did you study?
Yes, I went to university. I have a bachelors and masters in mechanical engineering. It's a very rare field for women, and less than 5% of my class was female. It was a really interesting experience. And yes, I'm still an engineer.

3. What store did you wish existed in your country?
I'm happy with the stores that exist, but not the prices. I really wish that Lush and MAC in particular would lower their prices. The MAC 187 is $80!

4. What's your favorite drink?
I really love my coffee, and I'm very particular about it. I like medium to dark roasts, and I love my French Press. I drink my coffee black. Sweetened coffee drinks are nice as desserts to me, but I like black coffee in the mornings!

5. Is your current hair its natural color?
No, it is not. I get my hair lightened and highlighted. As my highlights get lighter over the course of a few months, I'll even find some blond streaks in my hair!

6. Do you prefer gel, cream or pencil liners?
I like liquid eyeliners, because i really like thin, dark lines. However, liquid eyeliners are a little bit time consuming, so I reach for my pencil and gel eyeliners as well.

7. What did you want to be when you grew up when you were little?
I was a huge Trekkie, and I wanted to be an engineer like Geordi La Forge from Star Trek The Next Generation. At least I was able to become an engineer!

Thank you for reading! And a very happy turkey day for all my US readers! We had turkey lunch and my husband and I are both still absolutely stuffed! Turkey coma time.

2 comments:

Kimberly said...

Nice to get to know you a bit more! :D

K said...

Thanks for the interview!

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