I’ve always been a DIY type of girl when it comes to beauty treatments. Hair, nails, skincare-I learned how to do it all on my own (I mean, it’s FUN), but I don’t always have time to indulge at home. I’ll always do my own hair + face masks, but thankfully, my bestie is a nail tech, and I’m teaming up with European Wax Center to help me keep my brows and other grooming needs in check!
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of inviting my blogger boos Andrea, Carmeon, Ariane and Quaneshia out for a morning of beauty with the Dillard’s Wolfchase Beauty Dept.
I received some products from L’BRI Pure N’ Natural, a natural based skincare + product line to test out (and hopefully find a few products to mix into my routine).
Can I let you guys in on a little secret? When I shop for gifts, I usually follow this rule of thumb: if I love it and want to keep it myself, it’s a winner!
I’m entering a time where additional anti-aging and overall care procedures (facials, peels, etc.) can be done regularly, however, and I recently had a chance to get a personalized facial with Aisha Rogers, ME at The Skin Clinics East.
For most people, some type of product combination, whether natural or more medicinal, is needed in order to properly care for their skin. Here are a few steps that you can implement based on your skincare needs and goals, especially once you hit your 30s.
I’ve been using e.l.f. Cosmetics products for years, so I was pretty pleased to receive their BeautyVoxBox to review from Influenster. Included in the box where both skincare and makeup products, which is the best of both worlds for a product junkie.
Glossier released their Super Serums this past September, and I was finally able to get my hands on the covetable skincare products.
I have a minor obsession with buying concealers + lip products, so recently I picked up the Balm Dotcom and the Stretch Concealer from Glossier.
Now that it’s getting warmer, I wanted to find a lightweight moisturizer for every day. My skin is oily/combination + heavy creams aren’t necessary in the Summer, so I picked up the E.L.F. Soothing Serum ($12).