Friday, February 8, 2008

The Morning After

Okay, so if this is what you normally see when you look in the mirror during the day:

(I mean, you know, a few hairs out of place and all - no emphasis on perfection here! - but generally clean, well-groomed enough, healthy color, and rested...)

And then one night you suddenly see this (look everyone, I'm going to post this scary picture AGAIN! You can't escape it!):

How could you help but be horrified and wonder if you really know what you ever actually look like during the course of a day?!

But, seriously - today I worship the Goddesses of Aveda, Bumble & Bumble, Benefit, and Sleep.

11 comments:

tulipmom said...

Faulous picture! And that's what most people see so that's all that really counts, right? Your family is stuck with whatever they get :)

I finally picked up some Eye Bright yesterday. I'll let you know what I think after I try it.

tulipmom said...

Fabulous.

Shan said...

I try very, very hard to NOT think about what I might ACTUALLY look like during the course of a day.

Libby said...

Hi Jordan, thanks for stopping by my blog today. I've had a great time checking out the wonderwheel. :)

With respect to PhotoBooth: I haven't seen that program take one nice photo of anyone. Ever. With respect to Bumble & Bumble: Oh how I love that line, I don't know what I did before I discovered Surf Spray.

Have a great weekend!

Becky said...

You look good always. Make-up, no make-up (but then again, i went to macalester too, so no need for one to sport make-up to look good in my book!).

kyra said...

beautiful!

Emily, as some know me said...

I've often noticed what a big difference just washing my hair can make. How did people live without hygiene? I mean, I don't understand how we could even have been attracted to one another when everyone was bathing only twice a year. I look like your "Bad Face Day" pic after just a couple of days. I shudder--literally--to think what I'd look like after six months. The horror.

That was kind of a tangent, wasn't it?

Lori at Spinning Yellow said...

I just avoid the mirror.

Jordan said...

I hear ya, Emily. At the end of the first day without a shower (because, of course I didn't make it to the gym, where I was going to shower...) that's how gross my hair looks. I try not to imagine missing more than one day. Cripes.

Emily, as some know me said...

Gym? What is this...gym...of which you speak?

Drama Mama said...

Beautiful.

And your face is gorgeous, too.

xo