The Wish List feature on Amazon is a great place to go to when you're having a hard time finding the perfect gift this holiday season. There are plenty of categories, themes, and departments to choose from to find the best gifts for your loved ones.
“Ooooooh the weather outside is drying, but the cleanser is so satisfying, and since we've got a place to show, let it glow! Let it glow! Let it glow!”
Clay masks are becoming more and more popular in the world of skin care. However, no matter the type of mask, people who suffer from having the worst of both worlds with both oily and dry areas on their face, need a product that will be effective for both of these issues.
Ever since I can remember, I have struggled with acne. It's been in different forms, but nonetheless, it's acne. Lately, within the past couple months I have been having an extremely difficult time handling my acne. This acne is worse than the acne I had when I was a pre-pubescent teenager. It is the final straw. I have to end this.
Hair: people usually have a love-hate relationship with it. To some people, it's whatever or a nuisance. Personally, my hair has always been important to me. Since I was a child, I had long hair that extended past my behind. It was like a security blanket. In high school, I would always have my hair down, covering my face when I wanted. It helped me with my insecurities about my acne, and my face in general. It also helped when I felt self-conscious about my body. I would just simply bring my hair to the front, and hide what I didn't want people to see. For school homecomings and proms, my hair curled to perfection, and gave me a boost of confidence. My hair was like my trademark. I was told multiple times that people can identify in a crowd just by looking at my hair. For the longest time, my long locks had meant something to me. It was more of a part of me than just the fact it was on my head.
It's almost Christmas and almost all of us want to look our best. We have all had our bad skin days, from acne, to dry skin, or even oily skin. I am going to let you in on a couple of my little secrets to keep your skin radiant and flawless so you can stay on the nice list this year.
Going all-natural with your goodies has become the new way to show your support for Mother Earth and your own health. It makes sense to go natural, too. It seems like every other day, another additive is cited as a cause of cancer, diabetes, or dementia.
Anyone who has ever been tattooed knows the stock phrases that other people will use to judge your choice to ink a design onto your body. "That is going to look so bad when you are older." "Aren't you going to regret that?" "How is that going to look on your wedding day?" And similar lines to that effect. One of the more prominent ones for me is the fact that my tattoos somehow make me "less of a lady"—tattoos in themselves are apparently "masculine" things to have, and proper ladies shouldn't have them. Today, I am gonna walk through my basic issues with those statements, one lady-like step at a time.
Before we delve into my foundation-stained makeup bag, I should inform you that the products mentioned below will most likely not be new (to the majority of you) as most of them were released a long time ago. The products mentioned below are my personal favourites that I have been using for a couple of months (if not years).