• 11th April
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  • 11th April
    2012
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Sorry!

I’m really trying to make up for my absence. I’ll be posting a lot.

  • 11th April
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  • 11th April
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stumblingirl:

Cheap secretsListen, do you hear that? It’s the drugstore calling. And they have secrets…10 of them, in fact. As mintlife confirms in their 10 of the Best Drug Store Beauty Buys,  you don’t have to break the bank to look beautylicious. Among their A list are surprising little gems like Trader Joe’s facial cleanser and Physician’s Formula face powder. And hark back to your wee early beauty days with Wet ‘N Wild eye liner and bronzing powder—mintlife not only dishes out the affordable goods, but they stand behind their choices with real-life experiences. So get thee to a Walgreens, CVS or Snyder’s as quick as you can say discount mascara. And remember, just because you’re cheap doesn’t mean you have to look it.
Stumbled: March 23, 2012Interest: Beauty

stumblingirl:

Cheap secrets
Listen, do you hear that? It’s the drugstore calling. And they have secrets…10 of them, in fact. As mintlife confirms in their 10 of the Best Drug Store Beauty Buys,  you don’t have to break the bank to look beautylicious. Among their A list are surprising little gems like Trader Joe’s facial cleanser and Physician’s Formula face powder. And hark back to your wee early beauty days with Wet ‘N Wild eye liner and bronzing powder—mintlife not only dishes out the affordable goods, but they stand behind their choices with real-life experiences. So get thee to a Walgreens, CVS or Snyder’s as quick as you can say discount mascara. And remember, just because you’re cheap doesn’t mean you have to look it.

Stumbled: March 23, 2012
Interest: Beauty

  • 11th April
    2012
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thebathroomnyc:

So, wrinkles.  We’ve been thinking about them a lot lately. Not in a mopey way, but a realistic way.
And before we go any further, let’s be clear: wrinkles can be beautiful. 
Is it so wrong to admit, though, that certain types of wrinkles are perhaps more beautiful than others?  The smiling kind, for instance.  The “I’ve had a full and happy life” kind.  Sleep wrinkles, on the other hand, not as much.
This is where silk pillowcases come in.  We’ve got a great, multitasking one: BeautyZZZ Silk Pillowcases.  They’re designed to make your beauty routine more effective, allowing your skin and hair to maintain their natural moisture (or the moisturizers and serums you’ve just applied) in a way that cotton can’t.  There’s a science to it.  Breathable, gentle.  Your skin, rather than smushed into a cotton pillowcase while you sleep, will glide, lightly resting on the surface.  And you’ll wake up crease-free. 
Bonus: Beautyzzz are made of finely spun silk, free of chemicals and artificial colors, and can help sooth even the most sensitive skin (including those suffering from eczema).   
A little bit from the authorities, should you want further proof:
On refinery29.com just yesterday, having a casual evening browse, we happened to stumble upon skincare guru Gina Mari support of silk:
Her Number One Tip:“Even the most diligent skincare devotee can’t avoid the creases and lines that result from sleeping on your frontside. And silk pillowcases are much better than cotton as they provide 18 essential amino acids, are naturally hypoallergenic, inhospitable to dust mites and other allergens, and protect hair from breakage.
And then there’s Rachel Zoe, professing her love of BeautyZZZ’s silk pillowcases in a Zoe Report:
“a recent find that is the key to true beauty sleep…Designed to enhance your skin’s overall fabulousness—allowing your pre-bedtime products to absorb into your skin…It even maintains your blowouts, so say goodbye to bed head!”
There you have it.  Silk pillowcases really do make for silky hair and silky skin.  It’s time you finally got your beauty sleep, no?

thebathroomnyc:

So, wrinkles.  We’ve been thinking about them a lot lately. Not in a mopey way, but a realistic way.

And before we go any further, let’s be clear: wrinkles can be beautiful. 

Is it so wrong to admit, though, that certain types of wrinkles are perhaps more beautiful than others?  The smiling kind, for instance.  The “I’ve had a full and happy life” kind.  Sleep wrinkles, on the other hand, not as much.

This is where silk pillowcases come in.  We’ve got a great, multitasking one: BeautyZZZ Silk Pillowcases.  They’re designed to make your beauty routine more effective, allowing your skin and hair to maintain their natural moisture (or the moisturizers and serums you’ve just applied) in a way that cotton can’t.  There’s a science to it.  Breathable, gentle.  Your skin, rather than smushed into a cotton pillowcase while you sleep, will glide, lightly resting on the surface.  And you’ll wake up crease-free. 

Bonus: Beautyzzz are made of finely spun silk, free of chemicals and artificial colors, and can help sooth even the most sensitive skin (including those suffering from eczema).   

A little bit from the authorities, should you want further proof:

On refinery29.com just yesterday, having a casual evening browse, we happened to stumble upon skincare guru Gina Mari support of silk:

Her Number One Tip:
“Even the most diligent skincare devotee can’t avoid the creases and lines that result from sleeping on your frontside. And silk pillowcases are much better than cotton as they provide 18 essential amino acids, are naturally hypoallergenic, inhospitable to dust mites and other allergens, and protect hair from breakage.

And then there’s Rachel Zoe, professing her love of BeautyZZZ’s silk pillowcases in a Zoe Report:

“a recent find that is the key to true beauty sleep…Designed to enhance your skin’s overall fabulousness—allowing your pre-bedtime products to absorb into your skin…It even maintains your blowouts, so say goodbye to bed head!”

There you have it.  Silk pillowcases really do make for silky hair and silky skin.  It’s time you finally got your beauty sleep, no?

  • 3rd April
    2012
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I’m so sorry I’ve been gone :/ everything is crazy right now. My parents are..splitting, and it’s harder than I thought it would be. I’ll be on in a couple of days. I can’t exactly post anything right now. But, on the bright side, I won a $50 Starbucks gift card.

  • 31st March
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