Hi, lovelies! As I’m writing this right now I’m sipping on some deliciously tasting water since water is the key to natural beauty. Although, this post won’t be about water. It will be about something even greater that possesses the power to maintain the skin’s pH balance while also controlling excess oil, hydrate, revitalise and moisturise the skin, strengthen the skin cells and regenerate skin tissue, clean pores and tone the skin, reduce redness and blotchiness, enhance the quality of hair, and also help the aging of skin. Figured it out yet? Okay, I’ll give you a hint, it’s in the headline. Yes, you read that right, rosewater is the thing that can do all that. Now, there’s a lot of options where you can get rosewater, for instance, store-brought. Why not make it yourself though by using this DIY? Find out how to make rosewater yourself with all-natural ingredients below.
Hello, lovelies! It has probably come to your realization that nowadays thick eyebrows are “trendy”. In my opinion, it’s great that society finally lets people embrace their thick and natural eyebrows. Though, some people are not as lucky as others and just have naturally thin eyebrows since birth. And of course, those whose eyebrows are thin simply because they once overplucked them. Don’t worry though because there are some things that might help you grow them out, for instance, this DIY.
Hello lovelies! Today I wanted to discuss a quite interesting subject that I don’t think many people are aware of, namely lip scrubs. We all know that during the cold winter months most of us fall victim for chapped lips which can last all the way to spring. We then tend to look for things that will restore our lips to their natural state, like lip scrubs. However, it’s a curse disguised as a blessing. I’m going to tell you why.
Hello lovelies! It’s summer soon and the other day I was scrolling through Instagram when I found a post about how to perfectly and safely tan, and unfortunately a few of the steps mentioned wasn’t correct at all. In fact, some of the instructions mentioned could potentially be dangerous. Being shocked that they would even post something like that I read through the comments, and to my horror, not a single one had pointed out what I had noticed. Just a bunch of “thank you so much, this was very useful”. I then felt like I had to correct what I had read since the things mentioned are probably very common mistakes that most people do, and decided I would do it here. So here you go, a “common mistakes” guide on how to safely tan during the summer if that’s what you’re looking for.