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Six Beautiful Glossy and Matte Lipsticks for Spring

Spring is no doubt my favorite season of the year. I wouldn’t say it’s because of the weather because I live in lower Alabama, and it’s pretty much hot all year round. But I love the flowers that bloom in spring–especially the Azaleas. And I love the holidays that occur in spring–namely Easter, Mother’s Day, and my birthday. Yes, I consider my birthday a holiday! I picked out three matte lippies and three glossy lippies. All of these can be purchased for  ...

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Easy St Patrick’s Day Nails Tutorial + Haul

Saint Patrick’s Day is this Friday, and in case you haven’t noticed, I LOVE doing holiday themed tutorials. Because well, I love holidays! So in lieu of a makeup tutorial, I’m doing an easy nail decor tutorial for this holiday. I’m not a professional at all LOL. I do it for myself and for others just for fun. The aim of this post is to give you inspiration. Polishes Used: Dark green: “Wintermint” by Revlon Light green color and the shamrock: “Art  ...

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$2 Epielle Deep Cleansing Charcoal Nose Strip Review

Yesterday I tried a nose strip for the first time! My nose is the oiliest part of my face, and is my main spot for blackheads and whiteheads. I’m not sure why, but it’s always been this way. The other parts of my face are normal, and people are always telling me I have “good skin.” And in the most humble way possible, I agree. I keep my face clean and clear by using a face wash at least once per day, usually in the morning. (I’m going to do a full post on how I  ...

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Mardi Gras Makeup Tutorial

With the Mardi Gras season underway, and Fat Tuesday being next week, I was inspired to do a Mardi Gras makeup tutorial! It features the colors of Mardi Gras, which are purple, green and gold. Purple represents justice. Green represents faith. And gold represents power. Many people erroneously believe that Mardi Gras in the United States started in Louisiana. It was actually first celebrated in my city in Mobile, Alabama in 1703! Every year, huge crowds in my city and in New Orleans line  ...

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