You know what? I’m done with Winter. I want to cancel it. I’m sick of snow, I’m sick of cold air, and I’m sick of dry skin. So I propose a trip to the islands. Can’t go? Neither can I. But you can get a quick escape with Suave Professionals® Moroccan Infusion Body Care!
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I’ve been using the new Suave Professionals® Moroccan Infusion Dry Body Oil Spray, and it’s truly a dream. I can spray it on and rub it in and my skin looks and feels fantastic! I tried it a few ways, just to be sure. After I jump out of the shower, I apply it to my damp skin. It sinks right in, and I can’t even explain how silky it makes my skin feel. On dry skin, it’s equally as good! My skin glistens like no other—seriously.
I’m a big fan of body oil, but I don’t wear it often because it’s often too thick for me. There has been more than one occasion where I saw a wet oily spot going through my clothes. Not cute. This oil is light enough that I don’t have to worry about any of that. How often do you find lightweight, non-greasy, inexpensive body oil?
My step-daughter got out of the tub, and I told her we’d try a new lotion. She sniffed and said “Mmm! It smells like we’re on the beach!” She’s good. That’s exactly where I’d like to be. Oh, wishful thinking. This lotion is perfect for everyday use, it’s not too thick and the scent isn’t too heavy. Plus, you aren’t ashy two hours later.
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My collection has been growing, as you can see. I like to alternate scrubs, and all of these give me a good amount of medication and grit. I’ve gone through three batches of Ocean Salt. It’s got major grit, and I used it solely on my body for years. It was just too intense. Now I use it on my face, followed by another type of treatment or cleanser. Dark Angels is new to the bunch. I got it late last year, and your face feels matte after you use it–even in the shower. I can’t explain it, but trust me, it’s a keeper.
The St. Ives scrub is the newest of the bunch. I bought it last week, and I’m really surprised how much power this stuff has. I wasn’t sold on it until I sent out a tweet asking what people thought. After four tweets that urged me to get it, I had to bring it home with me. Kate Somerville’s Exfolicate has microgrit. I know it’s working, but it’s so fine that I can barely feel it. My skin feels great after I use it, so I keep it up. It’s definitely the pricier of the group. Lastly, MAC Volcanic Ash. It’s the perfect amount of scrub and cream. It’s just perfect. I can’t get enough!
I can’t tell you too much about doing beautiful nail designs, but celebrity manicurist Jin Soon can! Read on to find out how to do this super cute nail look!
Photos courtesy of Andrea and Renata. View all photos here.
Over the Summer, Josh and I entered a contest via Instagram from two photographers we found in Baltimore Magazine, Andrea & Renata. While I do Youtube videos and take photos of myself a lot, I’ve never really been comfortable getting my photos taken by anyone else. I’m pretty stiff in front of the camera. I was excited to do my makeup and get dolled up for once! Aside from choosing a location, hair and makeup and the usual stuff, here’s what I learned throughout the day.
Choose awesome photographers
We won a contest from our amazing photographers, and they couldn’t have been a better fit for us! This was perfect, because our budget for the wedding is pretty pathetic. They were full of personality and energy, and they made us feel totally comfortable in front of the camera. While I am comfy taking photo/video of myself, having someone else do it for me is a whole other story.
Don’t experiment on the day of
I bought my dress for NYE, but when we decided to go for a more casual approach, I saved the dress for this. I already had Josh’s outfit picked out in my mind. What I should have done a few days before was to try on our outfits together. We got to the location and realized we probably shouldn’t have worn such similar colors (me in silver, him in gray). Luckily, he packed a blue shirt, which ended up working well for us.
On Friday, I decided to film the Youtube Interview tag. It was my attempt to revive the rest of the excitement that I’d had about my channel a few years ago. I can’t believe I went on and on for 18 minutes about my journey–the first video I had ever done, how people are going overboard with makeup now, how I thought about changing my name over and over again and everything in between.
But at the end, I did something that I wasn’t expecting. I had mentioned that I lost my Youtube Partnership a few years ago. I talked about my jealousy toward those who still had partnership, and those who continued gaining subscribers and views. I was kind of annoyed that people were making major money doing this, and I had invested plenty of money into my equipment only to have the financial security of the job taken away. My close friends and family knew I felt this way, but the people who watched my videos didn’t.
Overall, I felt like the biggest weight of my virtual life had been lifted off my shoulders, and I could really jump back into Vlog life. Feel free to check out the video below (if you click the watch on youtube icon, you can see the description easier and jump from chapter to chapter).
Never forget why you started.