MyLipAddiction Beauty Podcast: Gigglefest with Joyce of Local Girl Foreign Land

TheΒ MyLipAddiction Beauty Podcast is back, baby! πŸ˜€ And this episode will get you in a good mood in no time. They say that laughter is infectious, right? Well then, just listen to Joyce of Local Girl Foreign Land giggle her way through this episode and you will definitely be giggling along. The only other person I know who giggles as much as her is:

Ready to have your mood elevated?

The episode is VERY hairy:

You can’t unsee this image now… πŸ˜„

You’ll also want to tune in to listen to Joyce’s unique accent (combination of Hong Kong, South African, and British!) – she’s an international woman of mystery! πŸ˜‰ Have a listen at any of these fine purveyors of podcasts:

Things we talked about:

“Eurorama”:

For those of you non-Canadians, Dollarama is our primary dollar store. Β I call dibs on this concept of One Euro Stores. Who wants to invest?

Guadeloupe:

This is what Joyce is doing as we speak. Unstructured time! Ahhh… *does not compute* o_O If you’re curious about my OCD Excel spreadsheet habits, here’s my cosmetics inventory spreadsheet.

Astrology:
Since we mentioned our signs, I thought it’d be fun to see if we’re compatible:
Joyce and I are both Cancers (same birthday, even!) – this is our compatibility:

Cancer has uncanny instincts about people. That’s why they attract each other like magnets. Both share a weird sense of humor that few others understand. When two Moon Children get together, they start laughing like lunatics. Often, they seem like they’re speaking a special language of their own. They both know how to make money and hold on to it. As a result, they often use their friendship as a launching pad to a successful business. At times, their extreme mood swings can cause them to snip at each other.

Maybe that’s why Joyce laughed so much during this episode! πŸ˜„ I still maintain that I’m not all that moody! I’m just in a constant state of crabbiness! πŸ¦€Β  Hmm what sort of business can we get into, Joyce?


Cat is an Aquarius – this is our compatibility:

Cancer and Aquarius are a pair of odd ducks. The Moon Child has an offbeat sense of humor, while the Water Bearer has an unorthodox view of life. They might view each other as weirdoes, which is often the launching pad to their friendship. The Crab will help the Water Bearer let down their defenses, while Aquarius will help the Moon Child be less self-conscious. At times, Cancer will get grouchy with Aquarius’ aloof attitude, while Aquarius will despair over the Moon Child’s obsession with money. Mostly, they’ll shrug off these differences.

I’d say it’s pretty accurate! πŸ˜† Cat got me to be less self-conscious about being on the podcast. It was soooo weird to hear my own voice originally. Β And let’s be clear, I am not obsessed with money. Excuse me while I go lay on my bed of $100 bills. πŸ˜„

Give it a try here and see if you’re compatible with your friends! πŸ˜‰

Hair Haters Inc. πŸ˜„

Source for illustration of legs.

Note: I’m going to trademark this name! Hey, maybe this is the business venture we can get into , Joyce! πŸ˜‰

Talika Light Therapy:

Talika Light Duo Plus.

This is the home device that Joyce raves about. I’ve heard of it but have never seen it sold here – I believe this might not be available in Canada! Those Frenchies keeping the best stuff for themselves, hrmph! πŸ˜›

You can find Joyce at the following places:
β€’ Local Girl Foreign Land Blog
β€’ Instagram
β€’ Twitter
β€’ Facebook
β€’ Pinterest
β€’ Bloglovin’
β€’ Google+

Thank you Joyce for being our guest – we had a blast! And you’re coming back with all of your French beauty secrets including cheese face masks, right? πŸ˜‰

Hope you enjoyed the episode and it left you smiling! ⭐

40 thoughts on “MyLipAddiction Beauty Podcast: Gigglefest with Joyce of Local Girl Foreign Land

  1. That Hair Haters is a total winner! Wahahaha Such a talent with the graphics~~ The hairy lips is another epic *LOL*

    That Eurorama thing, the cheapest that I know is EUR3 store called Trois Fois Rien. Not a chain and I don’t see internet presence either.

    hm… what business should we get up to~~ ‘Hair Haters’ has all my rage πŸ˜‰ how about a line of hair hating products? Ton of labs in CA and FR πŸ˜€ it may just work huh? πŸ˜‰

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    1. 3 Euro is the cheapest! Psst! We can undersell them no problem! All China made stuff, lots of plastic, and disposable stuff! (actually, I bet the French tariffs on these things are through the roof, and I bet they prohibit certain things!)

      Hmm this is our slogan: Hair Haters Inc., we take the rage out of hair removal.
      Huh? πŸ’‘

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  2. Helicopter!!!! HAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!
    Oh, remember Carrie on the balcony of the hotel when she arrives at Paris, and she turns around and sees the Eiffel Tower, and jumps for joy???? I’d be that person! I may even cry!

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    1. Haha, I never had a romanticized notion of Paris so maybe that’s why I’m so jaded. It’s like any large metropolitan city to me. And the Eiffel Tower is just so… industrial? 😳

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      1. You got romance from that? I was thinking more like Paris, Milan, FASHION CAPITAL OF THE WORLD! I wanna walk around the streets in Louboutins (without stepping on dog poo of course). I wanna do everything Carrie did without that stupid lonely BGM they had playing on the background. Just because you were on your own? Watching those scenes, the whole time, I wanted to slap her silly!

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        1. No no, the word “romanticized” has nothing to do with “romance”. It means to idealize something: to think about or describe something as being better or more attractive or interesting than it really is.

          So all I’m saying it that people idealize Paris when it’s a grubby city and the Eiffel tower is a grey and soulless hunk of metal! πŸ˜› Yes it’s fun to window shop there for sure. πŸ™‚

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          1. Ah, leave it to me to not get a non literal meaning! In that case, yes, I do have an unduly and unrealistically romanticised idea of Paris and the Eiffel tower. I guess I’d need to be slapped on my face with the actual nature of it. Who knows? Even perhaps then I’d breath in that tainted air and love it all the same. Eughh, how very sickeningly optimistic of me huh? πŸ˜› πŸ˜› πŸ˜›

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