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New Years Eve is this week, and maybe I’m the grinchiest grinch of all the grinches but I hate it. I never liked going out for New Years Eve but then I also feel like a loser staying in and stuff, it’s my least favorite holiday by far. Wanna fight about it? Good, I didn’t think so
But most people DO like to go out and I get it. Just let me stay home and order Chinese, you go out and wear glitter and I’ll meet you guys tomorrow for brunch, deal?
Just because I don’t like to go out and ring in the new year doesn’t mean I haven’t though, and I’ve seen WAY too many girls suffer with some serious glitter fallout before the ball drops. I mean if there is a night to wear glitter that is definitely it, but you don’t want to have to hope that everyone is drunk enough not to notice that your glitter started on your eyelids and ended up on your chin either. You aren’t ke$ha. Unless you are and then hi, Ke$ha. Thanks for reading my blog that’s pretty cool.
So if you are going to go out and get festive and wear glitter, here are some tips on how to keep it where it belongs and avoid glitter fallout.
Hopefully these tips help you avoid glitter fallout this new years eve! If you’re gonna be home acting like an old lady like me then I guess this won’t really apply but ya know . . .nobody want glitter fallout at home on the couch either 😉