Friday, Geof and I went to Applebee’s for dinner and then headed home for a quiet night in to catch up on some of our shows. I did my nails and we called it an early night.
OPI DS in Opulence
Saturday, I had to get up at 5:30 am for the Nordstrom Trend Show. This was my first time going, so I didn’t know what to expect. Kristen got to my house around 7 and we dashed out the door. Once we got to Nordstrom, there were already at least 200 hundred ladies seated and walking about. We found some seats to the side of the runway and watched the show. The models looked great and it was fun to see the different makeup looks. They started the show talking about skincare and then moved into beauty products. They did a ton of giveaways and it was entertaining.
Goodies from the Trend Show
After the fashion/beauty show, the beauty counters opened up and it was a stampede of women. A lot of freebies, holiday sets and samples were being offered. Everyone wanted first dibs, so it was a little chaotic. I did get to learn about some new brands that I wasn’t familiar with, my favorite being Osmotics Skincare. They used their skincare products on us with a short light therapy session. Very relaxing. We grabbed a quick lunch at the mall and then went back to Nordstrom for our makeup appointment at MAC. Overall we had a lot of fun and will probably attend the next show that they do in the spring.
I spotted these earrings and had to have them
Kris and I after getting our makeup done at MAC. It was a lot of makup and I wasn't super happy with the lip color. I think I'll stick with my MAC in Macy's from now on.
Saturday evening, Kristen’s hubby Sean came over and the four of us had a date night in. We ordered pizza, had some pumpkin beer (Saranac in my new favorite) and watched the Phillies get eliminated by the Giants. It was not a good weekend for sports in our house, but we did have a nice night.
My new favorite!
Sunday was a lazy day around the house. My mom stopped over in the evening and we watched Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. I worked for a bit and called it a night.