What a gushy article (in the NYT) about a specific product from a particular manufacturer that is planning to bring back the discontinued color.
It's perfectly easy to buy L'Oreal cobalt blue mascara — here, at Amazon, for less than $6. Not really pushing it. I kind of hate mascara. I googled "I hate mascara" to get something to add to this post and the first couple things that came up were promoting eyelash extensions. I read that you could save time by going to a salon once a month and sitting there for an hour while somebody glues polyester threads (or mink hairs) one by one to individual eyelashes. Seriously, I went to a piece at Jezebel that I thought might channel my feelings on the subject of mascara because it was titled "Never Wear Mascara Again," and it turned out to be raving about how simple it was to live under such a regime. Even sleep — sleep with crap glued to your eyelashes — was better:
[S]leep is so precious now that I'm not going to wake up an extra 45 minutes earlier just to do my makeup.... I'd rather carve out an hour one Saturday a month—in which I get to sleep while one person does my lashes and another gives me a complimentary foot massage—instead of spending tens of minutes in my bathroom working on my eyes every single day.People have very different ideas about what constitutes convenience.
Sorry this post has nothing to do with Donald Trump. Or does it?