It seems like this winter has been the longest winter yet and most of us are so over the cold weather. It’s no secret that our skin becomes so thirsty in the winter and fighting ashiness becomes an everyday battle, but these skin issues don’t have to be something you have to suffer with. Coconut oil is great because it’s not too oily, not as heavy as other oils, affordable, lasts a long time, and smells amazing. Its one of the most hydrating oils you can use, it’s all natural, and there are so many uses for it that it’s almost a crime to not have a jar in your house.
Just like clothes, trading in your vampy winter lipsticks for your bright spring lipsticks is essential to makeup lovers. Spring lippies are bright, refreshing, soft and give you a reason to rock some new colors after months of wearing the darker colors of winter. There are so many colors to choose from and the warmer months allow you to wear a variety of lip color, but here are five lipsticks that you will love and need to try this spring.
Purple has been my favorite color since I was like four. I wore a purple cotton jumpsuit to one of the very first summer parties my parents threw in our backyard. It was like summer Fridays at our house. And that jumpsuit was my favorite piece of clothing and I never wanted to take it off. Eww right!
Fast forward to today, even though I don’t wear this hue as much as I should to call it my favorite, she’s still my first love. I found the perfect purple artificial flowers that I keep on my living room table. My gym water bottle is a delicious plum shade just so it can trick me into believing that water tastes like some exotic purple fruit…or nah!
We have all stumbled upon the beauty community on YouTube and have liked pictures of gorgeous makeup on Instagram. The thought that may come to mind is, “how did she do that?” For those of us who aren’t experts on face beating, getting that flawless look can seem daunting, but here are five tips to ensure that you get that perfected look.
Unfortunately, split ends cannot be repaired! You just have to cut them off. But there are a number of home remedies for preventing them. Keep your hair away from woolly sweaters, drink lots of water and try these natural recipes using products you probably already have in the kitchen, or can at least find at a store in your neighborhood.
Y’all just don’t know my gym struggles. I really have to plan my workouts around my blow outs. And if I just so happen to splurge on my hair and make an appointment at The Dry Bar, it’s a wrap for working out the rest of the week. I swear, trying to be skinny and being a naturalista with healthy hair is starting to become the vain of my existence.