Does anywhere in London have some Essie Mademoiselle nail varnish?
I don't want Vanity Fairest and it's all every shop that stocks Essie sells in the way of natural pink. I'm sure it's very good but I am used to Mademoiselle and I prefer the name, which shouldn't matter but it sort of does. What I would really like is the sort of nails that look perfect just buffed and filed and I'm afraid mine do look better with polish on them. I know I can get Essie on the internet but I wanted it last weekend for a wedding and there was no time.
Why haven't I seen the original Brideshead Revisited before?
It is being repeated on an obscure channel presumably because the new film is coming out (it's not getting very good reviews but I reserve judgement). The two episodes I saw on Saturday (when recovering from the country wedding I couldn't get nail varnish for) were wonderful, I was totally gripped. Jeremy Irons' narration is wonderful, his voice is so like melting dark chocolate I could listen to him reading the shopping list and be entranced. I see a box set purchase on the horizon. My amazon wish list is heaving with weight.
How much longer can my perfume no buy continue?
It's been about 4 months without bottles or samples and it's becoming a real struggle. The scents testing my will particularly are Sel De Vetiver and Guerlain Winter Delices. There are many more testing my will but these two have my finger itching for my credit card.
Essie Mademoiselle picture courtesy of: www.thisnext.com
Brideshead Revisted picture courtesy of: www.dancewithshadows.com
Harrods perfume department picture courtesy of: flickr.com/photos/61207929@N00/2358084256/ (they say it's Liberty's old perfume room but it looks like Harrods to me)