Meet Carson Kressley.
This past weekend, Bossy and Carson hung out at a Nikon event, where hung out equals they compared notes on shiny faces, flyaway hair, and the ability to snap self-portraits employing the stretch-arm technique — all of which are accounted for in the above photo.
Carson also offered Bossy a bit of fashion and hair advice, and because Bossy is a reporter she wrote everything down — only she isn’t a reporter and she didn’t write anything down. Lucky thing Bossy wasn’t drinking champagne because then there would be little chance of Bossy recalling their exchange. Oh, wait.
But Bossy does remember Carson said something about a product to control frizzy hair, and Bossy paid strict attention because of a little preexisting condition Bossy likes to call frizzy hair. And this is what Carson said: Biolage. The only problem is Bossy can’t remember which of the Biolage products he recommended, which is fine because Bossy knows she can do a quick internet search:
Carson Kressley offered other advice, too — especially about maximizing stuff. And minimizing stuff. He said something about how to minimize a large chest area and because Bossy has enormous boobs she was hanging on his every word.
Carson also believes every woman needs a sensible pair of heels so as not to lean too heavily on less feminine footwear, and when Carson said that, he was definitely not referring to the Converse sneakers Bossy had paired with her skirt.
And maybe he said something about a black dress. Or perhaps it was about how prints are in. And then there was mention of an item everyone needs; an item that should be fabulous when other items can be cheap and less showy. Bossy said, “You mean like a signature piece!” and Carson said, “Yes, like a signature piece!” and that signature piece item Carson was referring to is!