The tips, tools and best products in my home kit that help my DIY manicures last up to two weeks.
I received Dermalogica’s new “Ultra Calming” products from Influenster to test and review. They claimed to “hydrate thirsty skin” and “stop irritation at its source,” to which I replied, “yes please and yes please.” Did they deliver results? Here are my thoughts after a month of consistent use.
I’m filing this one under “Possibly Useless Posts” because it seems kind of silly to share, but you just never know when a simple beauty hack could be your Oprah “ah-ha!” moment. So here we go! Benefit Hoola is one of my favorite everyday bronzers, and one of my top picks for light complexions. It’s a
10 Beauty Cheats Every Girl Should Know is one of the all-time most popular posts on my blog. I love that I’m not the only one who appreciates a good beauty hack! It’s been four years since I wrote that post (!!) and I’ve learned a lot of good tricks since then. Here are 10 more of
For years I thought my skin was sensitive and dry, but it turns out, it was just stressed, irritated and unbalanced from years of bad habits. Let’s learn together from the error of my ways.
I’m four months into my Play! by Sephora beauty box subscription, and I thought I would do an update on my introductory post to let you guys know how it’s going, and whether it’s worth 10 bucks a month.
Last week, on a routine drugstore stop for paper towels and toothpaste, I spotted the new Essie Gel Couture nail polish display and it drew me in like a moth to a flame. I love a DIY mani (see: 6 steps to the perfect home manicure) and I think Essie is one of the best nail polish
A friend gave me a couple samples of Burberry’s Fresh Glow Luminous Fluid Base and raved about its natural-looking glow. I used every drop, and loved it so much I splurged on the full size. Now it’s a staple in my makeup routine.
All the beauty experts say women need to get serious about anti-aging skin care when they roll over the big 3-0. Suddenly cleansing and a swipe of SPF aren’t enough; apparently we need an arsenal of products to “preserve” our faces and fight the [irreversible?] damage we inflicted upon ourselves in our youth. I’m lookin’ at you, tanning