Now I am a girly girl through and through. I could be perfectly content locked in a bathroom all day with a plethora of beauty products to explore. When it comes to anything beauty I am in my element and can talk, read, research for hours; I love it. There is, however, one beauty grooming necessity that I don’t love and that is hair removal. Getting my eyebrows arched is one thing, but when it comes to peach fuzz, upper lip hair and even that dreaded random chin hair things get far less glamorous.
I have always been super weird when it comes to body hair, and thankfully I am not very hairy. I do however appreciate a fuzz free face. Not only does my makeup apply and look better on a bare, smooth face, but certain techniques for hair removal also act as skin care treatments by manually exfoliating the skin. Since I would like to remain a card-carrying member of #teamnowrinkles for as long as possible, I’m all over that. The skin on my face is very sensitive, and a bit temperamental so I have to be very careful when exploring products to removal facial hair.
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It’s official the temperatures are rising, we are whipping through spring; let the countdown to summer begin. I’m a little late to my refreshing my beauty routine this year, but better late than never right. I try to shake things up each season by taking inventory of my stash so I can get rid of the old and make room for a few new goodies. In years past I have been all about getting my hands on all of the things, if it was new I wanted it. I have joked in the past that I probably should have named my blog Confessions of a Product Junkie. Times they are a changing, now I’m all about quality over quantity and scaling things back to products that are multipurpose and timeless classics. I want products that can carry me from work to play and from season to season.
Let’s take a look at six brands that have been on my radar and are perfect for helping anyone refresh their look, perk up their mood, and have them twirling into spring bright eyed and ready to relax. Read more
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How is it we are already five months into the year? Even though the season will soon transition to summer, I have a little bit of time before it gets unbearably hot outside. One of the biggest changes I wanted to make this year was getting back to leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle. In addition to my morning meditation, increasing organic and natural eating I’m also challenging myself to be more physically active.
I dropped some dollars on a fit bit a while ago in hopes that it would get me motivated to move my body. It’s working, having accountability partners helps a ton and when I remember to put it on it;s a fun way to stay on track of my progress, I like to log my meals also.
I have been living in the South for a few years now but have held on to my City Girl Mentality. Now that other aspects of my life are in transition I have found more enjoyment appreciating the outdoors. This year I’m excited about trading indoor gym time for hikes, walks around the lake, swimming, and tennis. I’m a little, well okay very out of shape but at one time in my life I was very active, and I want that lifestyle back.