Do you love a good Twitter Party? You know we do and we’re excited to host a party about colorful Piggy Paints, safe nail polish you and your child will love to get pampered with! On Tuesday, December 2 at 3:00 pm ET , please join me for the #PamperedPiggies Twitter Party where we’ll indulge in a virtual Piggy Painting Party and give you a chance to win prizes!
If you are looking to gift your daughter or niece with an eco-friendly and cruelty free gift this year, then you’ll want to join us to learn about Piggy Paint, a safe nail polish that is non-toxic. While I don’t have daughters, I do love pampering with my nieces and nothing is more fun than a colorful mani or pedi. Available at Walgreens and Walmart, Piggy Paint comes in a variety of colors and even offers gift sets. Use coupon code PIGGYPAINT to Save 15% off your purchase at PiggyPaint.com plus you get free shipping if your order is over $15 (coupon code valid thru Dec. 23). We’re giving away over $1100 in prizes during the #PamperedPiggies Twitter Party on December 2nd and I can’t wait to tweet with you! Read more
I’m paying for the skin sins of my youth in hyperpigmentation and an abundance of dark spots from both acne and lack of sunscreen usage. Over the years I’ve learned how to best conceal them with makeup in order to fake a great complexion. However, when the makeup comes off nightly, reality sets in and it is not pretty. There are plenty of times when I am simply makeup-free (due to lack of time, exhaustion or simply not feeling it) and I’d really rather not have my face look like a leopard. Or, as they say, “Showing my age.”
Your skin is your canvas, if it looks great, you’ll need much less makeup in order to conceal imperfections. I think of my skin as an investment and makeup should be just to dress it up – not to fix it. Now there’s nothing out there that will completely undo all of the photodamage, acne scars and marks, but there are skin care products that will do a substantial amount of work to help minimize the appearance of the damage done. Read more
Candy canes may be great for stuffing stockings, adorning trees, or a sweet snack, but the minty holiday staple can also be incorporated into your beauty routine. Peppermint oil contains minerals and nutrients including iron, calcium, omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A and C, and is soothing to the skin.
Indie Lee has created a holiday-themed bath bomb recipe, which makes for a great hostess gift or stocking stuffer. The secret ingredients to the all-natural recipe are baking soda and citric acid, which will make the bombs fizz up like a glass of champagne once you drop them in the bathtub. Read more
Subtle Green, a Montreal-based luxury skin care company, recently caught my attention. Much of what they stand for is something I have been saying for years – “The best moisturizers do not have to contain ‘miracle ingredients’ developed using ‘breakthrough technologies’ in a remote secret laboratory.” There are tried and true ingredients that are effective for skin, most of which can be found in nature. Subtle Green is botanically-based with an upscale feel in their packaging, which serves a dual purpose for the overall aesthetic of the brand, as well as retaining the freshness of the product inside. Read more