I’ve blogged about using Stitch Fix before (check it out here), and I continue to use this styling service depending on events or trips coming up in my schedule and if it fits into my budget at the time.
I want to share my TOP 5 TIPS to help you get a Fix that you LOVE!
I have continued to research and try to improve my skin care routine and the products I’ve been using. An astringent helps to cleanse and shrink your pores. It helps with oily and acne prone skin. I decided to customize my own astringent and save some money! I use this one a cotton pad only at night before going to bed.
I fill a glass container that has a spout (intended for cooking oils in the kitchen) mostly full of the witch hazel. Then I add in my essential oils. You can make so many different combinations with these! They add extra benefits to the witch hazel and make it smell great.
I chose to use Frankincense, Purification, and Valor. I added about 10 drops of each into the bottle. Then I just put the cap on the spout and turn it upside down and back, gently, several times to mix it up.
Frankincense is great to use on skin. It helps to make your skin look more radiant and smooth. Purification is an oil blend that soothes your skin. Valor is also a blend and creates a feeling of refreshment and calming.
It’s that easy! Plus, the glass bottle looks pretty on the counter 🙂
Scarf weather is almost here!
I wanted to share with you 6 different ways to wear 1 scarf so you can get even more wear out of it.
The second is the loop. Fold the scarf in half behind the neck and pull the ends through the loop.
For the fourth, I made a regular scarf an infinity scarf by knotting the ends together behind the neck.
Then the fifth way is done by keeping the scarf as an infinity scarf and doubling it up.
The last way, I tied a bow on the side.
How do you wear your scarves? I love new ideas! Post yours in the comments 🙂
Bracelet stacks, or arm parties, are a fun trend! Are you a fan? I know I am.
So, how do you make your own arm party?
It’s really pretty simple. I have some bracelets I wear pretty much every day. Then I mix in others to go with my outfit for that day. I have some gold and some silver bracelets too, depending on what works with my look. I typically wear one or the other, but you can definitely mix the two together. Some are thin and dainty while others are large and make a statement. It’s all about creating a balance.
Eventually you will build your bracelet collection and be able to mix and match to make so many fun stacks! I really love to collect bracelets from places we’ve traveled or that have a significance. I think your arm party is even better if your bracelets can tell a story.
Are you on board? Show me your arm parties! Do you have any other brands I should check out? I’d love to hear them!