Monday, July 16, 2018

Thanks for the Added Confidence Dove! #FreshForSunFun

Disclosure: Post sponsored by Mirum but all opinions are my own. Please see below for additional disclosure.

Kauai-2018
I’ve never been one for heights so this year I decided it would be the year for me to get out of my comfort zone and conquer it. You may recall me mentioning in my different social media platforms that I went to Kauai 2 months ago and when my friend and I were looking for activities to do outside, she brought up zip lining. Are you familiar? It’s where you are suspended by a pulley in the air (usually quite high up!) and propelled from one platform to the other, which are usually attached to trees, and you zip from one tree to the other.

It was probably one of the better options to choose to help with my fear or heights as it wasn’t too jarring. We had been really looking forward to doing some awesome outdoor activities on this trip and this was one I really wanted to do.

Getting-ready-to-zip-line

 

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Col-Lab Fairy Nudes Face & Eye Highlighting Palettes

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I thought I was just about over the highlighting trend in that I have enough of them to last me a few lifetimes but then I saw these huge potted palettes from COL-LAB.

Fairy Nudes Face & Eye Highlighting Palette ($16.99 @ sallybeauty.com) in Warm Glow (for medium to deep tones) and Fresh Glow (for light to medium tones) seem to be the only highlighter palette I will ever need!

 

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Monday, July 02, 2018

Pixi by Petra Liquid Fairy Lights

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What’s your favorite type of shadow to wear? I tend to gravitate towards mattes but lately, especially at night, I’ve been leaning towards these kinds. Like those, these PIXI BY PETRA Liquid Fairy Lights ($15 @ pixibeauty.com, target.com) are super glitter shadows with dynamic staying power. It’s max glitter without any of the fallout. Like these, the glitter is suspended in a cream so it stays on the skin nicely after it dries down, which is important as they don’t call glitter the herpes of crafting for nothing.

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