Hi all, hope everyone had a fabulous holiday week with more fabulousness to come with New Year's right around the cornerThat's a double celebration/contemplation time for me as it's also my birthday so I've been busy planning my 2012 dreams.

On a techy note;  for those of you who get my blog by subscription in your Google Reader, it still says Style File , 365 days of do's, don'ts and get back in the closet, when it should say From Drabulous to Fabulous365 days of do's, don'ts and get back in the closet.  This is a Google Reader issue which I can't fix and won't change unless you re-subscribe but if you just click on the Style File title it will take you to the From Drabulous to Fabulous page . No biggie, but just wanted to mention it.

Now taking myself from Drab to Fab, I was on a last minute gift run to H & M last week when I passed the Napoleon make up store .  I'm always drawn to their gorgeous decor of big black stripes and chandeliers, so in I went. I was definitely suffering from too much shopping, (is that possible!?!), too little sleep, too much eating, of all the wrong things, (if I never see another chocolate truffle :o), and that need to cram in all the last minute things before the year ends, left me feeling drabulous.  Hello - one great make up artist, a little serum, (LOVE serum), a primer, a new base and blush and poof, from drab to fab! Never underestimate the power of good make up!

And if you think Napoleon is just one of those mall pop ups catering to prom goers, think again. Napoleon cosmetics is the brain child of famed make up artist Napoleon Perdis, named make up "Genius" by Elle Magazine . He's a beauty guru with a global reputation and a heavy hitter celebrity client list.

Getting make up done is free with a purchase of a few products, and for the holidays it's 20% off and there's a free gift of sample products (and a full size lip gloss that smells good enough to eat)  in a cute little red jewel box which came in an even cuter leopard tote, hellooo free stuff!!!