I would like to introduce you to LipSense, the absolute BEST lip color I have ever used!
It impressed me so much, that I signed up to sell.
LipSense is the premier product offering of Senegence, but they also offer skin care and makeup. The current Beauty Book can be found here: Beauty Book 2017.
Message me at email@example.com and I’ll be happy to answer all your questions and give you all the details of why YOU should sign up, too!
Anyway, I’m just getting started and I’d love for you to join me in my Facebook group: PlumGraced Lips 💋 (see what I did there?)
Right now, I have a couple of specials and one contest going on:
First, join my group and then add your friends and family and you could win a FREE LipSense Gloss (your choice from the 12 current options).
For every 3 people you add, you will get one entry into a drawing for a Lip Gloss of your choice!
The glosses can be worn on their own, so it may be a good introduction for you, and you’re not put in the position of having to buy anything else if you aren’t ready.
With *12* different glosses currently available to choose from, you’re sure to find one you like!
The contest will run through Wednesday, November 22, 2017.
Once you add three people, they will be eligible for the drawing, too, if they add friends!
There may be an additional prize for the person who add the most friends!
Second is my Launch Party Special Offer. This runs through November 30, 2017:
And, lastly, I have a Thanksgiving Week Special that’s running from November 18-26, 2017:
Please come check out the Facebook group for the latest and greatest, as well as my daily color pictures, etc.
In the meantime, I will leave you with the current lip color chart (please note that Glam Doll is sold out and no longer available) and gloss options (both with the exception of the Diamond collection noted above).
Monday, just before noon, I was running across the street to pick up lunch for one of my attorneys. As I was headed over, I was looking down at the ground and I reminded myself of Merrill Littleberry’s talk in one of the sessions at this year’s Your Weight Matters annual convention in New Orleans.
She was talking about how its hard to be happy and excited while looking down, and she demonstrated how silly it looked walking across the stage with her head down while verbalizing how excited she was, what a beautiful day it is, etc. The crowd laughed. Then, in counterpoint, she demonstrated how it was also incongruous to try walking with your eyes to the sky and talking down about things.
But as I was headed to grab lunch, I was thinking how, sometimes, we may need the focus of watching where we’re stepping.
Sometimes the path may be rocky or slippery and in order to safely navigate, we need to watch where we’re planting our feet.
But I think it’s really about finding the balance.
I thought back on the numerous half marathons I’ve walked, and it struck me that the going seemed a bit easier… the burden a bit lighter… when I put my focus in the distance.
But sometimes I also had to look down and just concentrate on taking that next step, making it those next few feet, etc. Since I am a walker, out of courtesy I always stay to the right of the course. Sometimes that means hugging the curb. So sometimes it’s important that I pay attention to where I’m placing m feet so that I don’t step on the edge of the pavement and potentially twist my ankle, etc.
So, while focusing on the horizon helps you get where you’re going, don’t forget that sometimes you also have to look down, see where you are, and figure out the best way to navigate your here and now.
On August 9, 2017, I headed to New Orleans for the 2017 Your Weight Matters annual convention. This was their 6th year, and I have been to all of them.
Please take a moment to read about my experience this year. When you’re done, please let me know what you think!