Friday, December 01, 2017

My Christmas wishlist 🎅🎄🎁

Hello everyone!

It's the first day of December and I am super excited about today's post.  I will be sharing my Christmas wishlist with you.


🎅 Dear Santa, 

I have been very good this year!  Here are the things I am wishing for:

Dafni hair straightening ceramic brush
Braun Silk-epil 1


Seasonal scented soy candles


Moment de Bonheur by Yves Rocher 


Christmas pyjamas 



What's on your Christmas wishlist this year?




Sunday, November 26, 2017

DIY: Vanilla body scrub

Hello everyone!

Like I always say; to get gorgeous glowing skin, you can either spend a fortune on exfoliating scrubs, or you can use simple ingredients to make your own.  

Here's another simple DIY body scrub recipe that you can easily make at home.
Ingredients:
  • 2 ½ cups raw sugar 
  • 4 tbsp vanilla extract 
  • ¾ cup white granulated sugar 
  • ¼ cup almond oil

Method:

Simply mix the two sugars together in a bowl and then add the almond oil and vanilla extract and you're done!


Its simple ingredients and delicate fragrance make this DIY body scrub perfect for people with sensitive skin. 



Related posts:
DIY: Coconut and lime body scrub
DIY: Yummy facial scrub/mask
DIY: Simple hand/body scrub
DIY: Orange zest body scrub
DIY: Peppermint foot scrub
DIY: Pumpkin cinnamon body scrub
DIY: Anti-cellulite scrub

Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Hello November 🍂 ☕

Hello everyone!

November is here...  With its rainy days, colder weather, and shorter, darker days, sometimes it seems like November is the worst month of the year.  But even though summer days are now long gone, there are plenty of reasons to love November!  Here's why I love November:


  1. No sweating
  2. Comfy sweaters
  3. Boots
  4. Warm drinks
  5. Soups
  6. Baking cakes 
  7. Blankets
  8. Fuzzy socks
  9. Burning candles
  10. Long walks 
Wishing you all a great month!


Tuesday, October 31, 2017

How to remove Halloween make-up

Hello everyone!
Dressing-up as someone, or something, for Halloween can be a lot of fun.  An elaborate costume can require a lot of make-up.  But once the fun is over, how do you take it off?

Every product has different ingredients, so the way you remove it will differ.  Water-based products are much easier to get off than oil-based ones.  But first, always read the label.

Here are some general guidelines on how to remove costume make-up and face paints.



Use soap and water
Before you try using any make-up removers, wash your face with soap and see if that does the job.

Use a make-up remover
Use your regular make-up remover, it will work on most types of Halloween make-up.

Use an oil (coconut, jojoba, etc)
Oil adheres to oil, so it's one of the easiest ways to take off face paint.

Use baby wipes
If you don't have any make-up removing wipes, baby wipes will work just as well.

Use a lotion
A little lotion on a cotton ball is great for removing make-up without drying out your skin.  



 

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