At the end of last year, I decided to get microblading done. It is something I have thought about here and there, but it wasn't until I became a mom that I felt drawn to the idea. I knew I could really benefit from getting them done. I realized how nice it would be to wake up with brows and save myself the time of drawing them on every morning. My natural brows are full with white blonde hair that makes them very hard to see. I never left the house without something on them because I prefer the shape and dimension that darker brows gave my face.
As soon as winter’s dry, cold air sets in my skin knows exactly what to do! If I do not take proper care of my skin, it gets extra dry and even starts peeling. It is not pretty! Now, that is what happens if I don’t do anything to prevent this terrible reaction from occurring. So without further ado, here are the key ingredients to keep skin moisturized all winter. I first talked about ways to keep your skin moisturized back in 2018. While many of the tips in that post remain true for me today, I have some updates from the past few winters. I honestly feel like my skin has never felt this hydrated in the winter and I think it’s because of a few changes and things in particular. So, here are my winter skincare tips to boost hydration for the whole season.
Back in November, while on my clean beauty quest, I wanted to find a less toxic option for coloring my hair at home. It was then that I stumbled upon Madison Reed and I haven’t looked back since. First, I went to one of their color bars to get in-person color advice and coloring by a stylist. Since then, I’ve been using their hair color kits for a few months. So, today I’m ready to give you all the full scoop along with a $15 off code and some at-home hair coloring tips.