Introducing The Lipstick Blogger!
Hello Love! Temeka here. For as long as I can remember I’ve had big lips. In fact, I used to get teased about their size before big was beautiful. I remember my dentist telling me in my teenage years that he had clientele that would pay for half of my bottom lip.
The first time I heard the voice of God was in relation to my lips. As a little girl, I looked in the mirror and I remember God telling me to “try and picture yourself with smaller lips” and I couldn’t do it. From then on my own personal lip appreciation campaign started in my heart. So it’s no wonder that I enjoy dressing these blessings up and down for fun and for occasion. I’m a singer-songwriter, a teacher, a daughter, a proud sister to two giant brothers, an aunt, a woman, a loyal friend, and a lover of lipstick! Join me on my journey as I rediscover a lot of my own finds currently in my make-up drawer as we look at what makes lipstick so great! The following words are just words based on my opinions and experiences combined with a few conversations and Google searches. Please feel free to read along and do what’s best for your pout.
I am thankful… for life- we saw a lot of death over the past 18 months for a lot of reasons I still can’t fully understand …for family and friends – perhaps I took their nearness for granted in past years, but I know how precious they are especially after losing some …for provision/financial security-Continue reading “Post #37- Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving”
Well it’s that time of year again. The time when it feels like a new year is starting at the end of Summer and everything else enters a season of reset. Another school year has started and parents can breathe a sigh of relief because someone else will entertain their kids for 6-8 hours a day.Continue reading “Post #36- Back to School/Hello Fall!”
Except this time I say it with Joy! Can you believe it? I was wrong. National Lipstick Day is actually today, July 29th, 2021! 🥰 So let’s do it again! Where lipstick is concerned, it’s ok to admit when we’re wrong. Now that we’ve sorted out our mishaps, which colour are you going to wearContinue reading “Post #35A: I Was Wrong…is so hard to say”