if you follow me on anything aside from this blog, you’ll notice i cut my hair. again. who even am i? i remember when i used to turn my face up at the mere thought of cutting dead ends. now i gladly walk up to a barber and ask them to shave my head. seriously, if you knew me at 18, this is something you would’ve never imagined. one thing that held true through my entire adolescent years was the fact […]
whether you have normal, oily, or combination skin, there’s a mask out there for you. face masks are great for selfies, self care, and self love. it’s that extra step in skin care that really levels you up. Here are some of my favorites out of my (unnecisarily) large collection. for a deep detox kiehl’s rare earth deep pore clansing masque is packed with some of the best ingredients to draw out your skin’s impurities. amazonian white clay is known […]
Categories: Beauty • Tags: acne, andalou naturals, Beauty, detox, dry skin, exfoliation, face mask, freenman beauty, hydration, kiehls, masking, oily skin, ole henriksen, origins, self care, skincare, summer fridays, the body shop
Are you really a blogger if you don’t do a monthly recap of what you loved? Probably. But this is something that I’m really excited to do. Here’s all my favorites from February!
Categories: Beauty, Feautured, Style • Tags: ABH, anastasia beverly hills, Beauty, biotin, black panther, Cassie Masangkay, Deepica, entertainment, fashion, favorites, feauture, health, livetinted, movies, music, nip + fab, Olly Vitamins, Ricci Pamintuan, Style, teddy bear coat, tothe9s
Beautiful skin requires commitment, not a miracle.
– Erno Laszlo
Categories: Beauty, Real Talk • Tags: AHAs, Beauty, BHAs, chemical exfoliant, exfoliation, feature, fresh beauty, garnier, lush cosmetics, MAC, neutrogena, nip + fab, origins, paula's choice, philosophy, physical exfoliant, SPF, SPF30, the body shop, the ordinary