Taken in Greece (and totally posted on Facebook but I’m all about keeping it real!)
Getting a man to do something he doesn’t want to do is tough. If he doesn’t want to do something, newsflash, he isn’t going to. So how do you make him do something that’s good for him (like a skincare routine)? Persistence.
You dutifully perform your regime every night (here’s mine), maybe drop a few lines in there about how amazing your skin feels afterward. After hearing the word “skin” enough times, he’ll start to notice it. Maybe point out a wrinkle or two around his eyes. Gently, of course. Perhaps start with a face mask, share it on Instagram Stories (you know what I mean if you’re following me on Instagram). He’ll come around. Eventually…
So what does he really think about all these changes (aka improvements) you’ve been getting him into? Without further adieu, here are a man’s thoughts on a skincare routine. A word of warning, it’s “raw”.
If I learned anything from my first fall in Chicago, it’s that cooler weather affects you way more than you think. Sure, it’s an excuse to wear adorable booties and suede moto jackets. But I also saw about one hundred changes in my skin and hair. And not for the better. So this year, I’m getting ahead of things.
Y’all asked for it! On Friday, I talked about this Ambient Lighting Palette over on Instagram which stirred up a TON of questions from you guys. And I loved it! One of the common questions was if I’d be doing a round up of the best beauty deals in the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. Well, here it is!Read More
So, it’s summer. Which means every girl in America is going to be competing for the best tan. If you’re like me, you’re not going to win that battle. As every Midwest girl knows, not seeing the sun for 7 months really starts you off on the wrong foot. A very pale, wrong foot at that. But you know how they say “fake it til you make it”? I’m not a fan of phrases like that usually but I swear there’s something to this one. So today, let’s talk about how to fake a summer tan!
And here’s the swimsuit I’m wearing – the top is $23 and the bottoms are $29! I linked to a few more affordable options too!