Good morning Beauties! Do you desire smooth, sexy, kissable lips? I do !! Chapped lips can be hard to avoid at this time of year and can be a real downer when you want to look your best everyday. We can fix barley there brows, and cover our blemishes. But when it comes to sore, dry, cracked lips – there’s not enough lip balm in the world to make them look and feel pretty again.
Well look no further, I have discovered a super simple way to help save your pout this winter, all while adding a little natural volume at the same time – the secret ingredient cinnamon! When applied directly to the lips it creates a slight tingle sensation, wich increases blood flow to the area creating instant volume. …
Today I want to show you all how I made my own super-easy makeup setting spray. It will leave your skin feeling refreshed and your makeup looking more natural.
Using a makeup setting spray will help to blend all your makeup together giving you a smooth dewy finish. You will find several ready to use products available for purchase meant to set or fix makeup, but you may ask, what is the difference? A setting spray is meant to blend all your makeup together, giving it a more natural appearance. A fixing spray is meant to make your makeup last longer – the best way to tell them apart is by checking the ingredient list. If alcohol is one of the top ingredients listed, then it is meant as a fixing spray. …
With Christmas just around the corner it’s time to get crafty with some simple D.I.Y beauty projects. Do you know someone deserving of a little self-love and pampering? These super easy D.I.Y gift ideas are thoughtful, feel good, smell great gifts that anyone will appreciate (even if that deserving person is you).
D.I.Y Face and Body Scrubs
Vanilla Pumpkin sugar scrub – simplystacie.net
Vanilla Brown sugar scrub – somewhatsimple.com
Lavender Vanilla sugar scrub – suburbansimplicity.com
Rose and Chamomile Facial scrub – helloglow.co
Coconut Rose body scrub – lulus.com
During the fall and winter months, the weather can take a toll on your skin. One of my favorite D.I.Y recipes is an Olive oil Cinnamon lip plumping scrub. This scrub will help keep your lips soft and moisturized while adding a little volume, learn how to make yours here!…
We all desire more beautiful radiant skin, so why not try to achieve those results naturally. Coconut Oil has been a part of my everyday beauty routine for a couple of years. Naturally derived from the beautiful coconut fruit, this oil has many great health benefits and is 100% edible. Coconut Oil contains many antioxidants, making it ideal for healing and protecting the skin. In addition the antimicrobial properties found in the oil, balance out the candida or fungal sources that can cause many skin conditions. Read below to find out how you too can use this great product in your beauty routine.
10 great uses for Coconut Oil
1. Moisturizer – apply this natural ingredient all over you body after the shower or bath to nourish your skin.…
I am always looking to improve my beauty routine, searching for products better for my skin that provide specific solutions targeted to my beauty needs. Although I have a huge love for makeup and beauty products from places like Sephora. I have been gradually switching up my skin care products , as I seek out healthier, natural, cruelty free brands. I have discovered many great products over the last few months all from Sephora, but I also use an equal amount of D.I.Y beauty products made from ingredients right out of my kitchen.
Using items conveniently available in your kitchen are easy to use and much lighter on your wallet. Adding these ingredients to your beauty routine will provide many great benefits for your skin. …
Although makeup remover can be quick and easy to apply, it may contain many active cleansing ingredients. Unless washed off thoroughly a residue may be left behind exposing the skin to excess amounts of various chemicals. These can dry and irate the skin. Some makeup removers also contain fragrance and multiple preservatives such as formaldehyde.
What’s the most important thing when choosing a makeup remover? Avoid those that may contain alcohol, fragrances and preservatives whenever possible. So why not go natural and make one yourself. Try my go to all natural makeup remover, it’s super easy and works great!
How to make my D.I.Y all natural Makeup Remover
- combine 1/2 and 1/2 olive oil and witch hazel ( I prefer the alcohol free Rose petal version ) in a small travel size bottle
- shake generously before use
- apply a small amount of product to a cotton makeup pad then swipe gently across your eyelids and be amazed.