NO MOLES ON MODELS!
PLS HAVE THEM WEAR A HIGH NECK BLOUSE!
If you click on the item online at HSN, she has a demo up already showing how to use it. You just click on the demo video and push play. She mentioned on air that it would work well with stencils too, which she used to carry a lot of.
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I assume this post is tongue in cheek, yes? Please yes?
If not, could this "mole" possibly be a freckle? And would a freckle be more or less offensive than a mole?
I have many many friends and relatives who have moles, freckles or skin tags on their necks and decollote areas. A great many older friends have some age spots on their hands, as do a few of the older models on HSN–women whom I greatly admire for allowing closeups of their faces for skincare and makeup demonstrations.
I have a friend with scars on her face from a fire that killed her husband and nearly killed her. Do I avert my eyes when these people are around me so I do not have to gaze upon their "disfigurements?"
Perhaps I should just avoid all of them so I do not have to look at non-perfect skin. And of course I could never look at my own non-perfect skin in a mirror—i might be too horrified to ever sleep again.
I have always been proud of HSN for using models of varying weights, heights and ages to model their wares and host their presentations. I am also proud HSN did not allow a mole/freckle/beauty mark to prevent a model from doing her job.
Snoopster, I have read a great many of your posts, and after doing so, I assume your post is not a joke, so I sincerely apologize for thinking it was.
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05.11.15 4:53 PM