Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Dear Mary Kay Master's Class Makeup Artist:

It has indeed been educational watching you park parallel in front of my office window each morning at 7:40 AM.

After witnessing your primping ritual, I thank the heavens for remaining a low maintenance woman. Seriously Lady, eight layers of makeup is overkill. I am impressed with your unwavering concentration; however. You seem oblivious to our patient’s glaring and sometimes honking at you. You may not have noticed that the parking spaces are drawn to be pulled into. Your placement is wiping out at least four prime parking slots. Our patient’s don’t feel well; they don’t want to walk the extra steps just so you can look impeccable.

I am also so very intrigued by the fact that once you are done, you put your car back into gear and drive across the street and park in front of your workplace. I am guessing that the powers that be at your job would frown on this behavior.

In any case, if I ever need to apply 8 layers of makeup, I now know exactly what to do. I will tap on your window and ask that you give me a make over.

Hugs and Kisses - Wicked

9 comments:

andrena said...

oh Lord! I remember being a Mary Kay Representative....ha ha ha....horrible experience!!!!

(still have left too....although not 9 layers of it!) :-)

Anonymous said...

Those Mary Kay reps sure are something! Read more about them at www.pinktruth.com.

The CEO said...

You call it be a low maintenance woman, I call it a life-style choice of sanity. Congratulations on your success!

Karina said...

HAHA...hillarious! I went to a Mary Kay party once and came away with an allergic reaction (to the products, not the rep)...she was told I was allergic to the stuff and yet, 4 years later, I still get mailings from her!

JennieBoo said...

Amazing! I think I know this woman, too! (Although we live 3500 miles apart!)

Very pompous and rude of this "Mary Kay" lady. Especially with patiients waiting!

I only wear (WHEN I WEAR!) tinted sunscreen, loose powder and lipgloss. 5 minutes or less and I ready!

I don't guess I'm high-maintenance in THAT arena. Maybe others????

p.s. Thanks for the giggle. UNBELIEVABLE the NERVE of SOME people!

Wicked H said...

She is on a roll, 2 weeks in a row. What dedication?

I prefer low maintenance, life and sanity preservation. CEO is right, you all should listen to him.

Glad you all enjoyed this....

Princess Wild Cow said...

If I can't get the makeup on if fifteen (or less)it doesn't get on. Besides, I once heard that people put their make up on the same way they did when they graduated from high school...uh huh...I graduated in 1965 and that stuff took hours to get on!

Crazy Lady said...

Just shoot me if I ever become a high maintance woman. I can be up and out of the house in less than 30 minutes. I can't imagine having to spend forever "putting on my face" No thanks!

Joy T. said...

LOL this is hilarious! I haven't heard of Mary Kay in FOREVER. I didn't think they even existed any more. Kind of like Tupperware. Which I was just informed still exists. I need to get out more.