We all have that itch, right? It can’t just be me who intermittently wants to cut off all of their hair and be done with it. I’ve been entertaining the idea for about a year now and I’m about to take the dive! But, is a pixie cut right for you? You’ve found your way to this blog post so I’m guessing that yes- you are at least a little interested. I’m glad, because then I can share with you my list of pros and cons of getting a pixie cut. These should help you decide if a pixie cut is right for you!
I’d like to do a series on products that I can’t live without. Products that I happened upon one day that changed my life for the better. The products you buy for your friends because IT REALLY WORKS! The first of those many products is the Wet Brush.
As a teenage girl, I dreamt about how clear my skin was going to be in my twenties, because by then my hormones would have calmed down and it would be smooth sailing from then on, right? Well here I am at age 26, and I’m just as frustrated with my skin as ever. Turns out, turning 20 doesn’t do anything magical for your skin, much to my dismay.
Recently my VBBFFFL (my very bestest best friend for life) just tied the knot. In Hawaii. And it was AMAZINGLY beautiful and heartwarming.
And I of course, being a bridesmaid and all, sprung for a shellac gel french manicure. Hawaii humidity, the ocean salt water and regular old nail polish don’t do so well together you see, so I needed the good stuff. And my nails were beautiful! But now they are chipping and growing out, and the time has come to say goodbye. I could go to the salon and pay them to remove it for me, but why do that when I can remove them for much cheaper myself! Read my step by step tutorial on how to remove gel nail polish at home!
Did you know that you could regularly nourish your skin with foods that you just might happen to have in your kitchen somewhere? You can consume or apply these edibles to your skin regularly for happy, healthy skin.