Saturday, March 23, 2013

Skin Renewal Pedicure

You want to start by letting your feet soak in warm water with olive oil for 10 minutes. After that scrub your feet with epsom salt and dry oatmeal. Epsom salt is great for removing dead skin and if you want to use a natural you can use one of your choice or coconut oil works fine. When you feel like you've scrubbed enough dead skin off rinse your feet with lukewarm water and pat dry. After that pat your feet dry and apply vaseline on your feet and wear cotton socks overnight. The next day you'll wake up with skin as soft as a baby's butt (who thought of that saying)

For your pedicure ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS apply a base coat then apply whatever color you choose to use. I hope you beauties have a wonderful day

Friday, March 15, 2013

Spring Trends: Black and White

 Outfit Details:
Shirt, Pants, Ring, :Forever21 (old)
Necklace link is birthday wish-list post
Blazer: thrift store

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Prints and Hammer Pants

   Outfit Details: Everything is from Forever21
I took these pictures after a LONG day so I'm looking kind of rough



DIY Skin Renewal

Goodbye winter, hello spring. Some of you beauties are probably dealing with dry skin from the winter season and you may be considering trying another lotion. Before you do that try this DIY skin renewal I saw in a great book called Eco-Beauty. 

½ cup of honey 
2 teaspoons of olive oil 
Cocoa butter 
Aloe Vera oil 

 Mix the honey and olive oil well and apply to your body and leave it on for at least 15 minutes then take a shower in lukewarm water. When you get out of the shower mix the cocoa butter and aloe Vera oil apply to your damp skin. Do this for at least a week and you’ll see improvement in your skin. Have a great day beauties :)