Jan 12th 2007 5:40AM I am 59. I have great skin (thanks to continuing estrogen) but dry and the only foundation I can use that does not show up and/or magnify every single tiny line on my face is Vital Radiance. It's made by Revlon. You can get it at CVS, and sometimes Target, Kmart, Walmart, etc., although it is not as widely marketed as it was last year. You can also go to vitalradiance.com for more info. Paula Begoun's products (and advice) are also excellent - she wrote "Don't go to the cosmetics counter without me" and has a great web site, she is "The Cosmetics Cop." paulabegoun.com. No I don't work for either of them, just passing on some good info.
Aug 28th 2006 9:59PM Size 4: Zappos gives you free shipping both ways. Nordstrom began life as a specialty shoe store and they still have a very big shoe selection. Also, have you tried googling "womens shoes size 4"?
Now you know what I went through when I was a teenager who wore size 10 shoes. Even size 9s were hard to get. When I went into a shoe store and asked for a particular shoe in in 9 or 10, the salesperson would say "We sold that pair." I got excited when they started ordering two pairs of the 9s and 10s. Now manufacturers are making womens shoes up to size 12.