DIY Botanical Facial Steam

DIY Botanical Facial SteamI love winter as much as the next person. Snow days, cute scarfs, hot cocoa, all great. But one aspect that tends to be a bit more unfavorable is the dry winter air. The lack of moisture just wreaks havoc on my skin, but one regiment that I found helps is a botanical facial steam! Its super easy to make your own and much much more affordable than buying them in the store. Here’s how!  Continue reading…

Beauty: Makeup Bag Roundup

Must Have Makeup Bags

Happy Tuesday friends! If you read my goals for 2018 post yesterday, then you know that the content for each month is now going to have a focused theme. And what better way to kick it all off than with January’s theme.. beauty! Because I’m 30 and without a regular beauty routine, I thought it would be fun to explore all things makeup, skin care, etc. I’ll be sharing some fun DIYS, working my way through online tutorials from beauty bloggers, testing new products, and sharing the results with you all month long. Continue reading…

DIY Glitter Hair Pins

Add some flair to your hair with these DIY glitter hair pins! Click through for video tutorial.If you couldn’t tell from the pink, I’m a firm believer that life is too short for boring hair. Of course, I know that not all situations allow for you to have colored hair, but that doesn’t mean that you still can’t have a little fun. And what says fun more than some sparkle?! You can whip up a whole set of these glitter hair pins in no time at all. Here’s how:

Time: 15 minutes + set time for resin and dry time for glue

Materials
Resin
Glitter
Bobby Pins
E-6000 Glue
Silicon Mold
– Plastic cups + stir stick

Add some flair to your hair with these DIY glitter hair pins! Click through for video tutorial.You can of course use any size/shape mold that you want. Just be sure that it’s made of silicon so that the final product pops out with ease. Continue reading…

10 Minutes or Less: DIY Rhinestone Hair Clips

Add some sparkle to your do with these diy rhinestone hair clips!Happy Monday friends! After being stuck inside all weekend buried under 22″ of snow, I decided to get a little crafty with some gems. If you’re looking to add some sparkle to your hairdo for a special Valentine’s date, or just want to make your girlfriends some bling for Galentine’s day, these diy rhinestone hair clips are sure to do the trick. Plus you’ll be done in under ten minutes (it really doesn’t get any easier than this)! Here’s how:

Time: 5 minutes + dry time
Materials: rhinestones, E-6000 glue, hair clips

Add some sparkle to your do with these diy rhinestone hair clips!

Add some sparkle to your do with these diy rhinestone hair clips!I decided to use to sew on rhinestones because they’re a bit thicker and have a flat back. You could also use hot glue for this project if you need to make one quick, but the E-6000 will last through a bit more wear and tear.

Add some sparkle to your do with these diy rhinestone hair clips!Clip your hair clips on to a piece of cardboard. This will keep them level and ensure that you won’t accidentally glue them shut. Add a dab of glue and attach your rhinestones. It helps to have your design picked out before applying the clue. If your clips have a curve to them, keep an eye on your stones to make sure they don’t shift at all.

Let dry and you’re done and ready for a night out! Easy as that!

Add some sparkle to your do with these diy rhinestone hair clips!

Add some sparkle to your do with these diy rhinestone hair clips!

Add some sparkle to your do with these diy rhinestone hair clips!