might as well face it you’re addicted to love…(a woman’s perspective)

Sometimes life throws you curveballs. We believe love is one of them and that breaking up with someone you love is another. One feels so utterly amazing and unstoppable. The other, unexpected, over whelming, and catastrophically sad. Some say the feeling of heartbreak from losing a love is like grieving the loss of a family member. Others say that overcoming heartache is akin to kicking an addiction so much so, that when researchers studied the brain waves of recently single students, viewing pictures of their ex-partners evoked areas of the brain involved in cravings, dependencies and pain. All feelings that exist in other addictions that make them so hard for us to control.

When speaking of love, many say “time heals all wounds”. But what about in the interim and even after the interim, when we feel as though we are never going to find someone else since we still love our ex’s? Most likely, we will never stop loving them. But a large component of love is the ability to let go of it, and the realization that you may never feel that same kind of love again, but rather a different, incomparable appreciation for another. A new place where you can redefine yourself, where your old love no longer lives; a place where you can retrain yourself to love and trust again and most importantly, learn to live free of the fear of rejection.

Heavy stuff for a dewy Monday morning? Perhaps. But we were so inspired by this article and so well versed on this topic in our own lives, that we thought it might be fun to play with it and make it our own…So ladies, we love this, a full on makeup tutorial showing how to look like one of the hot, black dressed, red-lipped chicks in Robert Palmer’s ‘Addicted to Love’ video. It is a very apropos and sexy look for winter to highlight our paler skin and offset our heavy clothing.

Whether you want to reinvent your look for a fun date at a tres chic wine bar, or feel like a seductive, man-eating vixen in the privacy of your own home, this look exudes the confidence and tenacity necessary to move on, even if you’re only fakin’ it while you’re makin’ it;)

“I cried today… not because I miss you… or even wanted you… but because I realized I’m gonna be all right without you.” – author unknown



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