the cat-face lipstick from Paul & Joe (now $20 at Urban Outfitters). Does it go on evenly? Would that paler pink match my complexion better, or the beige-y one? And most importantly, is this product creepy, or hilariously clever and awesome?I have so many questions about
I've decided on two things: it's clever and awesome; and Hanukkah Harry, if you're reading this, get me the darker pink.
What nifty beauty products does Kwanzaa Ken have in store for the pets? For cats, try the claw-dicure beauty product that's a gift to your furniture as well as to your feline: Soft Claws for Cats ($11.58 at Amazon). The link will take you to the black version, for the Goth cat in your life, but the product comes in pink, purple, white/clear, and other fashion colors, and similar tips exist for dogs.
And if your dog stinks, splurge on him this holiday with Y.U.M. doggie soap and spritzers (bar soap starts at $5.99). The catalog copy -- "Y.U.M." stands for "your untidy mutt," hee -- is almost as much fun as the idea of spraying the hound with patchouli. Burning Man, here he comes! Plus, for each bar sold, a dollar is donated to a Sheltie rescue organization.
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