It's only November. Trust me, I know. But with the way 2020 is going, I think we're all ready for a fresh start. A new year is the absolute perfect time to reflect, learn, and change old habits.
Is an experience
& so are the products
Wether you’re a novice or beauty guru there’s something for everyone.
I’m here to pretty much give you a virtual tour of all my top 3 favourites & must haves from every single “world”; skincare, colour & fragrance. A 360 tour if you will, and we’re gonna go in that order. So buckle up grab a tea, snack & open up your Sephora app to get your cart ready. We’ve got new knowledge & holy grails to acquire.
“Forgive yourself for not knowing what you didn’t know before you learned it.”
― Maya Angelou
Apple cider vinegar.
Last year in November, I decided to go against the embedded routine of shaving for as long as I could. Now a year later I'm doing it again and I wanted to share what the process was like, and how it felt to go against the norm I knew.
Before we talk tattoos, a question.
When you were five, did you really know exactly where you wanted to put that sticker? You know, the little gold foil star that the teacher gave you for...what was it? Fluency, proficiency, and academic excellence? What a good little citizen.
Hair loss, which affects approximately half of adults over the age of 50, can be stressful and detrimental to self confidence. Over the years, however, science has granted us the power to prevent and even reverse signs of losing our hair. The myriad hair loss treatments that we use today range from extremely simple methods—such as simply changing your hairstyle—to methods that come closer to the source of the problem, like medication and surgery. But how do you know which method is right for you? What method of hair loss treatment will be most effective in allowing you to look the way you want to look?
I started embracing my natural hair in 2017 after deciding to transit from a relaxed hair to a natural hair. Since then, I’ve promised myself to never get a relaxer again.
As a Sephora employee, I hear a lot of unpopular makeup opinions. I also get the luxury of trying every new product that rolls its way onto the black tile. But before I was a Sephora doll, I was a CVS drugstore beauty die-hard, and after you swatch enough liquid lipsticks and shimmer shadows, you start to wonder what that $20 price difference really boils down to. Is buying drug store makeup bad for you or your skin? Does using drugstore brands make you "bad" at makeup?
By: Marlene Affeld
Let’s face it! “perfect skin” is hard to maintain. Winter winds, the sweltering heat and humidity of summer, dry air-conditioned air, pollens, pollution, fluctuating hormones, a nutritional deficit diet, and that “biggie” – stress; all take their toll.