You know those beautifying masks women cover their faces with for toning, exfoliating, revitalizing, etc.? Those ridiculous, multi-hued pastes which turn the loveliest of women into exiles from the latest mime festival? The clay-like facial cloaks which prompt a guy to ask his wife: “Didn’t we schedule clown sex for tomorrow night?” Well in case you weren’t aware, those beautifying products can be expensive, some considerably moreso than others. And as I regrettably discovered, it’s best to know which ones are the costly items before using them as props for immature practical jokes.
I can’t swear to the method’s accuracy, but I now suspect beauty industry names and packaging offer a fair indication of relative price. For instance, “Masque – Orchidée Impériale,” which I found in Sophia’s bathroom cabinet, comes in an elegant glass jar with a golden lid and costs $357.00. In contrast, the plastic tube of toning “Mask” resting beside the stunning container runs for about $40.00.
Sophia informed me of the differences in masking products and their prices when she returned home from work yesterday … and found me standing with bare butt cheeks slathered in half the contents of that gorgeous glass jar.