Here’s a quick tutorial on a fun and easy way to store your makeup brushes. I was inspired by a Pinterest photo from Blogger Liz Marie
You can get most of the items from your local arts & crafts store if you don’t already have them around your home.
For this project, we’ll need:
· Storage jar (recycled food jars from the kitchen)
· Decorative fill (Rocks, marble and sand are popular choices)
· Ribbon (Get creative with string, rope, belts, bands or even leather cording)
· Embellishments (Flowers or re-purposed objects from greeting cards work great)
· Makeup brushes · Scissors · Hot Glue Gun (or whatever adhesive is strong enough to hold the materials you use)
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Some may call it salted roe. Others like the upscale approach and call it caviar. You can garnish a special dish with this delicacy or serve it on a well chilled plate on top of lightly toasted bread or gourmet crackers. When you break it all down, you’re left with fish eggs….and I’ll have mine with a side of glitter, on my nails, please.
Have you ever taken a trip you enjoyed so much that you plan to take it again? Well, this Wet n Wild color called “On A Trip”. I took it once and then did the REMIX. I added a layer of “My Valentine” by Kleancolor. I love both colors. So would you take this trip?
HELLO!!!! “Speak When Spoken To” isn’t just a mantra from the past, it’s also the name of wet N wild’s Color Icon nail polish. The light bounces of this color and reflects grey, blue and purple hues. Not quite a holo polish but fun.fun.fun.
Brown sugar body scrub is a cinch to make! It doesn’t just smell good either. Your skin is left feeling silky and radiant after using. I apply in a circular motion and pay special attention to knees and elbows.
There are many recipes available online. The ingredients here: brown sugar, epsom salt, jojoba oil, avocado oil and honey and most were purchased from Vitacost.