Cold sores are a pain in the butt — there is no way around it! Not only do they hurt, are annoying, and insist on ruining a perfectly good makeup look 😛 but they also don’t look that attractive on your lips. If you didn’t know, I’ve dealt with cold sores for years and have learned a thing or two about them — which is where Herpecin L and today’s post come in! Not only am I going to be sharing about this awesome, affordable defense against cold sores that can be found right in your local Walmart, but I’ll also share other tips I’ve learned that helps to prevent an active cold sore break out.
I’ve heard about the PMD (Personal MicroDermabrasion) for years and have always been curious….would it really make a difference? The claims sound so amazing — I know I’m only 25 years old, but I have some acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and enlarged pores I would love to see fade and smooth over! And I am a FIRM believer in starting anti-aging skincare as soon as possible. 🙂 I was excited when I was given the opportunity to try out PMD…and bring y’all along with me to experience the REAL results!
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With a busy life as a full-time wife, mom, and blogger, it’s typically hard for me to keep my makeup vanity clean and organized on a regular basis. This year I made a resolution to do better — and I’m proud to say my methods are working! Because, let’s be real, who wants to do their makeup surrounded by spilled makeup and smudged eyeshadow palettes.
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So many holiday parties to go to in the winter and if you’re like me you struggle with how to wear lipstick despite dry, cracked, and even flaky lips. It always flairs right at the most inconvenient time. I mean, who wants to wear a fun red or bold berry lipstick when it sticks under — or skips over — all the dry patches?
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If there is one thing that I’ve learned since becoming a mom it’s that ‘mom time’ can be scarce…but so necessary for your sanity! Time to breath, relax, and regroup is important for any person to have, but since being a mom is a 24/7 job…it’s a bit trickier to get! OREO challenged me to share how I get my mom time and what I like to do to enjoy my time. So here are a few of my favorite things to do!
Weeks ago I mentioned on SnapChat that I was going to be waxing that day and several of you snapped me back asking me to make a tutorial. So this post was created upon special request by my SnapFam! 😉 My personal wax of choice is hard wax, so that’s what I will be using in this post. Confused on the difference between soft wax and hard wax? Just keep reading!
I think I started getting waxed about 2 years ago…and loved the results so much I kept it up and switched to doing it myself at home. Because, let’s be real, it gets pricey in a salon! So if you’re like me and don’t have the budget for it, I hope this post answers some questions for you and gives you the confidence to do it at home!
We’ve all been there — all your nails are long, beautiful, and strong and you’ve painted them a fun color….and you break a nail shutting the mailbox! 🙁 In the past, I’ve always had to just clip the nail off and trim the rest of my nails to make them all match (I can’t stand if they’re uneven). But! There’s another way! Not only can you save the length of the rest of your nails, but you can save your manicure, too!