I don’t get my nails done too often, only for special events. I have VERY fragile nails and I find that the gel shellac damages them even more. I also think it’s expensive to do it on a regular basis and would rather spend my money elsewhere such as on travel.
I’ve been using Palmer’s Cocoa Butter for at least 15 years, my Aunt first introduced it to me and I’ve been using it daily ever since.
The Palmer’s product I’ve been using for years is their Cocoa Butter Formula Lotion. They’ve come out with several other products over the years and I’ve tried a few of them. I was recently contacted and asked if I wanted to try some of their products for dry winter skin. I jumped at the chance since I’ve been a fan for half of my life.
I’m cutting it close to 30 and still have occasional breakouts. I typically get a least one bad one around my time of the month then random ones other times. It’s very frustrating and I’ve been dealing with this for along time now. I have three products that I use regularly to treat my breakouts and I find that they work the best for me.
I have really long hair, it pretty much goes all the way down to my butt. So I don’t really need hair extensions for length. But I always feel that my hair lacks volume because it’s so long and heavy. So occasionally I like to wear hair extensions for more volume.
I know, my reviews have been lacking. I’ve been extremely busy with my business and just haven’t had the time. I had a shower this morning (obviously) and after washing my face with Amie Naturally Kind Morning Clear Purifying Facial Wash I decided I had to write a review on it cause I’ve been really enjoying it for the past few weeks.
This will be my last review of Ipsy until later next year. I’m going to be traveling a bunch so I have decided to cancel my subscription. I already cancelled my Birchbox because I knew I wouldn’t get it before heading home to Vancouver. September’s Ipsy Glam bag came in a really cute gold bag. I will be saving this one for sure. I have a pile of these small bags and use them to help sort things when traveling. For example I just flew home on the weekend and put all my cords into one of the Ipsy makeup bags in my carry on. I use another one of their bags as a pencil case. They have actually come in handy.
Subscription box services seem to be the thing right now. At moment I’m subscribed to two boxes, Ipsy and Birchbox.
Target’s Beauty Box isn’t technically a subscription box, but it reminds me of one. It comes in a box like Birchbox, and it isn’t a subscription service. You have to actually purchase it when they release a new box.
I just received my Birchbox because my bank card was compromised so my payment didn’t go through. It ended up delaying the box like a week. I wasn’t even going to bother writing about it but though I should since I won’t be able to next month. I’m headed back to Vancouver in a few weeks so won’t get my subscription boxes until I’m back in the US. 🙁
I received my Ipsy bag this month before I even noticed that it shipped. I’ve had it for a few days but haven’t had time to post about it cause I’ve been so busy with work. This month’s bag is full of some great products once again!