Hmm, was she......


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Posted by jessica on October 21, 2002 at 23:18:41:

In reply to: mshfugsbhtrige posted by maxx on October 20, 2002 at 21:26:17:

Hey Maxx-
So the Ventura County area is kinda my gig.... I stay out ot Ojai to
give Joyce at Ojai Body arts some breathing room...This woman does
not sound like her though.

The gal that was there, in her mid thirties? Short dark hair? Bright
purple cloth covering the tent? Very bad , bad, bad, henna??

If so I bumped into her at an event I historically do and ran her
into the ground business wise. They looked like they were dressed up
as gypsies for Halloween. Very strange, a little flirty, flaky,
fairy, makes the parents uncomfortable hippy vibe.
Now, as for the make up thing we get all shiny and lay on the mascara
for henna events but I have never donned golden horns. I do however
have rhinestone ponytail holder!
I'm soooo glad your early morning drive up the coast was worth it. I
was so afraid you guys would be sitting doing your nails watching the
sun set. Nice to know it didn't go down that way!
Jessica
:

The 'other'(lol) henna booth had no signage reffing Ojai body arts,
: tho I did ref alot of queries about powders and how to purchase to
: them(her?). I'm a big fan of supporting local businesses. The lady
: with no visible face had a fairly monochromatic, no bichromatic!
: booth in black and purple, seemed like an OC kinda lady, or at
least
: a pricey LA new age I'm sooooo spiritual and wicked kinda lady. She
: was wearing Gilded Horns. Omg. I was So Nice To Her, I swear.
: peace
: maxx

 


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