I think I may be in denial about how old I look. When I'm at the store purchasing a bottle of wine and I don't get carded, I think "Wow. You're just going to let this incredibly underage looking person pass on through?? It's your ass, lady."
Then a few things snapped me back into reality:
Louis informed me that I needed a time machine in order to look like my business card picture again. (Jerk)
A bagger at Kroger called me ma'am.(Jerk)
I discovered I'm 13 years older than my adult cousin's girlfriend. (How is that possible when I'm only 21?)
I was talking to someone who was too young to know who Bell Biv Devoe was.
"You know, BBD? Poison?"
"You never trust a big butt and a smile?"
"Smack it up flip it rub it down OH NOOOOOOOs?"
Now you just sound gross.
Anyway, I digress. One of the first things to happen to skin as it ages is a loss of radiance. That dewy, rosy, youthful look you had at 20? Yeah, not so much at 30.
Enter radiance powder.
I bought Mark. Glowdacious Illuminating Powder for $12.
The only thing I didn't like was the brush it came with. It put it on a little heavy and streaky, so I used a kabuki brush instead.