…is what I call my mom. Well, it’s more like “Maaaaaaa!” nowadays. Like, “Maaaa, where’s my purse?” or “Maaaaa, can we go now??”. We tend to butt heads sometimes over the most trivial stuff, but, as I approach my thirties, my mom has become more of a friend. A confidant. Someone I know will always give me sound advice if ever I need it.
Back when I was a kid I used to imitate everything she did. I remember getting my grubby little hands in her makeup stash and applying her Revlon Copperglaze Something (I can’t remember) on my lips with the same reckless abandon that I had when it came to doing colouring books (i.e. I didn’t care to stay within the lines). I used her perfume (Helloooo, Lauren) and her Aqua Net until my hair crunched.
When it came to skincare, my mom had a couple of favourites and Nivea was one of the mainstays in her skincare regimen. Bedtime was not bedtime until I caught a whiff of Nivea Creme. It was thick and gloppy and man did it moisturize well. And, yes, the tin of Nivea Creme did not go unsullied by me. Actually, come to think of it, my first ever own moisturizer was the Creme which she had bought for me in my early teens! We use it infrequently nowadays, but it still holds prime real estate in our bathroom counters. I guess it’s just one of those things that will remain a constant in our lives.
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