It was as if I had thought it into existence.
Eyelash extensions have become increasingly popular over the past few years. They're incredibly expensive when offered to be done right, but I'm so excited to share my dirt cheap, potentially DIY alternative to individual eyelash extensions!
Body contouring is something I began doing about two years ago. A little background on my tanning journey: I fell in love with lay-down beds after one session a few days before my junior prom. Looking to go back in the winter, I was sad to discover in the short months leading up to December of that year, my state had passed a new regulation stating that even with parental consent, no one under 18 years old could tan. It was shortly after my 18th birthday that I began a religious tanner. As much as I enjoy spending time in the sun and long hours at the beach, my schedule doesn't always agree. At the time, it didn't allow for much time at the gym either; also at this time, I had looked into different tanning oils, lotions, and sprays in search of the most affordable, effective way to get a deeper bronze faster.
I have struggled since puberty at embarrassingly enough, age nine, with acne and a seemingly constant unbalanced skin pH level. My parents helped pay for my costly and hopeless pursuit of the perfect skincare product to eliminate all my beauty problems, but it wasn't until I was 19 years old that my search finally ended on a surprisingly cheap and simple process to the flawless skin I never thought I would have.