I'm usually not a big fan of change, but today's post is something I'm super excited about. I've been writing my Makeup Edit series for almost a year, and while it's been fun, it started to feel a little repetitive. I was trying to think of a way to change it up a bit while still keeping the topic pretty much the same, and this new version of the series was born!
After all of the time and effort that us bloggers put into each one of our posts, why do we just send them out into the blogosphere and never pay them attention again? Posts that are 3...6...9 months old are just as good as the content you're writing today, they've just been buried underneath all of the other posts you've created. Older posts can actually be used to bring new traffic and readers to your blog - here's 14 ways how.
2016 is really flying by. I still feel like it's only March or April, but it dawned on me the other day that we're just weeks away from autumn, the holidays, and pumpkin spice latte season. Where is all of the time going?! As I was reflecting over everything from the past several months, it got me thinking about all of my goals for the year. It can be easy to lose sight of what goals we set for ourselves at the beginning of the year once a lot of time has passed, so I thought I would take today to revisit those goals and put a new focus on the ones I've yet to accomplish.
With so many different beauty products on the market these days, it can be hard to know what you really need vs. what is just being currently hyped. While I love a good makeup launch or beauty recommendation, I usually try to stick with my core group of tried-and-tested favorites. Here are 5 types of makeup that are must haves for every beauty obsessive...
I've officially been living in my own place for 5 months. While it was a difficult transition in the beginning, I'm so in love with living alone now (and actually prefer my alone time in my apartment). One thing I wasn't expecting from getting my own place was all of the little benefits that would come with it, apart from the usual things like "doing what you want" and "making your own rules".
Micellar water is definitely the best thing you can use to take your makeup off at night. They're extremely gentle, yet they melt off every ounce of makeup in just a few seconds. I stumbled upon this miracle water a few years ago and have been using it ever since to help clean my face at night. They used to just be a European thing, but more and more brands have been coming out with their own versions so I thought I would share the best ones I've tried.