Sometimes smiling makes me feel weird.
I think LA screwed me up. #butistillloveher
In LA, if someone smiles at you, they’re most likely going to murder you or hit on you.
But Texas, Texas is friendly and warm and they smile A L O T.
I also drink an unmentionable amount of coffee that could be playing a starring role in my smile hesitation.
But the idea of whitening is so daunting to me. I did the strips in high school and I distinctly remember that tingly sensitive feeling just would not go away.
Then Smile Brilliant came along and changed the game. It’s nit entirely convenient for this mama-of-tiny-humans season, but when I’ve found the time to do it, I can tell it works. After about 3 sessions I felt like Buddy the Elf, “Smiling's my favorite!”
I realized I liked smiling but had subconsciously been doing it less naturally and more “Olsen Twin” style because I wasn’t comfortable with my own teeth anymore. How is it that something so small, like a tooth, can shift our whole demeanor? Humans are fascinating and bizarre all at the same time haha.
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