The summer weather can make it challenging to wear makeup, but with these tips you can keep your makeup on all day without worrying about the heat melting it off.
I have been on vacation, but now I am back, and I wanted to share a post on self care. As a mother as well as a student it can be hard finding time to look after myself. However, I wanted to share how I have been able to incorporate self-care into my daily life.
Today I will be going back to publishing my usual blog posts, but if you are looking for resources on ways to help the Black Lives Matter movement, be sure to check out my #BlackOutTuesday and #BlackLivesMatter Resources post, and I will continue to add more resources.
GIFTED | Since I did not do a monthly favorites post last month, I wanted to do a combination of my favorites from this month and last.
The 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine has become popular lately and even one of the stores in Denmark has a 10 step skincare routine display with suggested products for each step. However, most of the products are for normal, dry, or all skin types and not for oily skin. After reading Hunida’s 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine, I decided I would like to find products that would work for my skin type and see if the 10 Step Korean Skincare Routine was effective for oily acne-prone skin.
Lately, I have been finding it difficult to have the motivation to blog, so I took a step back to focus on myself. I am back now, and hopefully I will be able to stay on track because I have several exciting posts planned for the rest of this month.
Now for today’s post, I wanted to create a makeup look that was chosen by Google’s random number generator. Since I have a decent collection of Jeffree Star makeup, I decided to narrow down my eyeshadow palettes, highlighters, and lipsticks to only be from Jeffree Star Cosmetics whereas the rest of the makeup products included all the makeup brands I own.
With everything going on, I thought it would be good to continue my montly favorites series and focus on the brighter side of things.
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For this month’s makeup look, I wanted to share how I did my makeup in high school and create an updated version.
Before I begin, I am aware of everything going on, and I know how serious it is, but I hope with this post I can provide a distraction for those that want a break from all the news.
The other day I was browsing Jeffree Star makeup on Depop, and I spotted two Skin Frosts. Another Depop user immediately called out that the Skin Frosts were in fact fake, which led me to want to write a post on how to spot counterfeit makeup. Since I have mainly been buying Jeffree Star Cosmetics lately and his makeup is frequently counterfeited, I will be using his makeup as examples.