It is truly the most wonderful time of the year, but for many of us, it can also be the busiest time of the year. I am easily stressed (who isn’t?), so it is important for me that I take some time to rest and recharge. Self-care can be different for everyone. For some, it could be reading a book after taking a warm shower. For others, it might be eating a big bowl of macaroni and cheese while watching a Christmas movie. 🙂 I thought I’d share my personal favorite winter self-care practices with you all. It shouldn’t be a surprise that they are all beauty-related. 😉
Hi, everyone! First off, Nicolas and I wanted to thank you all so much for your kind and heartfelt responses to our engagement announcement. We are both so grateful to have so many wonderful and supportive people in our lives!
This post is a continuation of my collaboration with Medley Hair Salon in Paris.
Hello, everyone! I am back from Paris. Nicolas and I had the most wonderful trip! I wanted to kick off my Paris posts with this amazing collaboration featuring Medley Hair Salon.
It has been two weeks since I started my healthy hair journey! If you want to read about why I decided to go sulfate- and silicone-free, check out this post. It actually wasn’t as scary as I had anticipated. My hair still looks presentable, and I think a lot of that has to do with the products I am using.
2018 is quickly becoming a year of change for me, and it is only January 8th! If you missed my 2018 Beauty Challenge post, it was all about my ‘no-buy’ plan to simplify my makeup, skincare, and hair care. Be sure to read it if you haven’t already! My goal is to use up every single beauty product I have before purchasing new. However, I cheated already.
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