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Pamper Day!


I love days like today! I have done no work, not any, at all!

What I have done is take a wonderful, long, hot bath, with the specialist beauty mud my mum bought me in it. I had a face pack, de-furred my body, did a deep condition on my hair, and just lounged in the hot water. I played my entire Robbie Williams collection (on party mode with iTunes!) while I was soaking. For almost two hours!

Then I spent over a hour treating and straightening my hair, applying scented moisturisor to my whole body (Jean Paul Gaultier - to match my perfume) and getting my make-up just perfect.

Why?

I am going out on a hot date with my man?

Am I having a night out with the girls?

Nope, I just wanted to pamper my self and make my self beautiful! And while that photo up there might not look much different to any other I have posted, I feel amazing! My skin is like silk, my hair is shoft and shinny like on an advert, and I smell wonderful too....

And what's more, I don't care that no one will notice, I'm just happy that I know. Some times even I have to act like a total girl!!

Sunshine





Comments

Rainypete said…
So what you're saying is that you're now like a lovely smelling teabag? Congrats.....most people don't know how to pamper themselves properly.

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