Here is a rundown of some of my most loved, most repurchased liquid foundations. I try to avoid full coverage and powder foundations as I…Continue reading...
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I always bring back a sampling of beauty products when I visit a new city. The amount of which is usually dictated by how much room I have in my suitcase. I love to explore the numerous offerings (foreign to me) in far away pharmacies. When I’m able to strike up a conversation with the store clerk, I enjoy learning which creams, treatments, and routines their local clientele gravitate toward as well as
Seriously. I know it sounds harsh but I do hate summer. Always have. As a kid, I was happy to be out of school but that was literally the only thing I liked about summer. I want boots and jackets, falling leaves, hot drinks, a cool breeze or crisp air, and Mac and Cheese. I love Snow Days. I want to live as close to the Arctic Circle as possible.
I am long overdue for an edit and declutter of my eyeshadow palettes. I’m a huge fan of palettes because you almost always get more for your money considering a single eyeshadow can average $6.00 at the drugstore, MAC eyeshadows are $17.00 each, and more for single luxury eyeshadows. Armani single eyeshadows are a whopping $32.00 a piece. Having said that, I’ve vowed not to buy any new palettes
I recently returned from a European vacation during which all of Europe was baking under a heatwave. I’ve never been so ready for fall and winter in my life. I’ve unpacked my bags and started to sort through some of the vintage items that I found while I was touring the neighborhood vintage clothing stores as one does. I took so many photos. I’ll post more in the weeks to come but
My current morning skincare routine. Step 1 – Cleanse/Exfoliate Dr. Lancer The Method Polish – I still love an invigorating scrub in the morning to get the blood flowing and slough off any dead skin when I’ve got Retin A in my rotation. Dr. Lancer is for exfoliation warriors. If you’ve got the skin of a rhinoceros (not really), this is for you. Available at Sephora. Step 2 – Toner/Hydrate
Ninety percent of what I own is second-hand. Possessions that I’ve acquired from thrift stores, antique stores, yard sales, eBay, etc. Here are some of my best thrifting tips and lessons learned from my many years hunting for treasures in thrift shops. 1. Dress the part. Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. If you’re going for clothes and want to limit your time in the dressing room (or standing in line
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