Hi, everyone! In today’s post, I’ll be sharing my November favorites along with announcing my giveaway winner! I was home in the U.S. for the majority of this month, and it was so nice. I was able to spend a lot of quality time with my family and even celebrated my 21st birthday.
Last night, Nicolas and I had plans to go to Tivoli to see all the Halloween decorations and activities. (I did a post on it last year that you can read here. It is quite spooky and magical!) We also planned on going out to dinner first. I wanted to be festive and play around with my makeup but still stay within the ‘wearable’ category, as it wasn’t a costume party or
My mom always loves to tell the story of how when I was just three years old, she would pull my hair up and place a big bow on top. I would run to the closest mirror and then run back to my mom asking her to fix it if the bow wasn’t just right or if my ponytail wasn’t perfectly smooth. (My poor mom!) Although I have relaxed a bit over the years as to how perfect my hair must be, I still
Hello, sweet friends! Today’s post was super fun to create. I filmed a simple makeup tutorial using products I had never tried before and gave my completely honest first impression. Watch the video on my YouTube channel here.
If you saw my last Friday Favorites post, then you know that I am LOVING Taylor Swift’s latest single (but for real, who isn’t???) I was so excited when she released the Look What You Made Me Do music video, and I am pretty sure I’ve watched it well over 50 times now. I absolutely LOVE seeing all of her different makeup looks as well as all the little messages hidden
It has been a hot minute since I’ve written a Friday Favorites post. I have a handful of products plus a few little extra things I’ve been loving lately, so I thought I’d share them with you all!
1. Third Culture Angled Round Kabuki Brush
In the summertime, I really enjoy wearing lightweight, minimalistic makeup. I’ve been reaching for my mineral powder foundation so much lately, and this is my favorite brush to apply it with. It is meant for blush or bronzer, but I think
For as long as I can remember, my skin has always been a topic of conversation. Some have been positive and some have been … not so positive. In one of my earliest memories of grade school, I can remember a classmate asking me, “Why is your skin so white?” Up until that point, I hadn’t even questioned that myself. Why WAS my skin so pale? I just shrugged my shoulders, and we carried on with our playtime.
A couple years later I can recall being at a swimming party for one of my good friends. Everyone was in their bathing suit getting ready to hop into the pool when one girl looked at me and shouted, “You look like a ghost! A real ghost!” Another one of my friends joined in on the conversation asking me, “Yeah, why don’t you tan? Don’t you EVER get a tan?” I can’t remember what my answer was, but I do remember that being the first time I was ever embarrassed of my complexion.