Mj was so excited to have her hair curl and wear a make-up on her graduation day. At eleven in the morning we went to the beauty salon nearby to have a beauty make over for her graduation is set at 3:00 p.m. At two in the afternoon she is ready, we went home yet to fetch Faith and Mariel and so she can wear her uniform and Toga. Sister Irenie went also with us and her son too. I love the make-up of Mj because it was not too strong; it was just light enough for the event. She was also satisfied with her curly hair.
When we went home, Mj did not wash her face, even how much I told her again and again, she just doesn’t listen. I slept ahead of them because I was so tired. What I didn’t know is she told her cousin that she thought her lip is growing and swelling, so Mariel told her once again that she has to wash her face or do a half bath yet she didn’t listen. The next morning, when she got up, she informed me right away that her lips are swelling. I asked her if she washed her face the night before, she didn’t answer and so I know.
Mj was fascinated with how she looks when she wears make up, it was new to her. And maybe she loves the look that is why she didn’t wipe her make up off. You know preteens and their excitements that lead to disaster. Since we don’t know what brand of make-up that the gay artist put on her face, it was best if we wash the make up right away. Or maybe the make ups that they were using are not new and were already applied on other that has some allergies. Or yet, I should have brought my own little make up kit so the gay artist could use it for my daughter and not the one store in their parlor. Geez!