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Genre: Histrionic Fiction
Word Count: 100
A WRINKLE IN TIME
Elise wound a chestnut curl around her index finger and frowned. “Time for a little Miss Clairol.” Twisting her lips into a wry grin, she tilted her head. “Maybe I’ll just dye it purple.”
After she brushed her teeth, she cleansed her face and applied her foundation repeating the Mary Kay mantra she had learned years ago, “When you pat you place, when you rub you remove.”
The morning ritual continued with eye-shadow and mascara.
She gave her lips a coat of color and studied her reflection over the sink. “How the hell did my mother get in my mirror?”