"Love looks not with the eyes but the mind" Helena, Midsummer Night's Dream
In this play, Cupid is blind. But that is no reason not to look your best! Reading Mid-Summer Night's Dream is always a treat, the language is so clear and lyrical. Do you prefer Olivia de Havilland or Michelle Pfeifer as Helena? I prefer Olivia.
Oh, apologies, where are my manners? I'm Lily, come and sit next to me on the settee. Would you like some tea? Tea goes so well in my salon, so intimate, and the decor is so ladylike, from another decade. Erin helped me with the interiors, oooh, I love her eye, and her warehouse! Oh yes, back to appearances. How does your hair look? Anyone can benefit from a deep conditioning and having the scissors kiss your ends. The girls in my salon give hair a radiant silky finish with a wonderful serum made from fairy's tears. Oh, apparently it is from a company called Chi. Do come again for a visit. We'll talk color. Tara left here looking like Laurelhurst's version of Gisele. Her color flattered her skin, and the highlights caught your eye. Cupid really isn't blind.