Hey everybody it's Meagan again, and I'd like to tell you guys about an
liquid eyeliner I've really been liking lately.
Its Maybelline Line Stiletto.
The applicator is felt tip which is much easier for me to apply than a brush, but you dip it into the liquid so it doesn't get dry and pull at my eyelids while applying.
I have it in brown which works well against my pale skin.
You can draw a thin or thick line and its easy to control. This is the only eyeliner I have tried that I've been able to achieve a cat eye with. It goes on smoothly and builds nicely if you want to go over a certain spot or make the line thicker. It also comes off with soap and water or make up remover wipes pretty easily.
With all my neurological symptoms I always figured candles were a bad idea for me.
Also, my father is a firefighter so they were forbidden at home.
Recently, I have found some candles that don't trigger my symptoms and have gotten a little candle-obsessed.
I hope to review some candles I have tried on both the scents and lasting power as well as the effects they have on me. I know everything affects everyone differently but it may be nice to have some information before purchasing.
The candle I am going to talk about today was purchased during the Bath and Body Works Semi-Annual Sale for four dollars. It came in such a cute jar I couldn't pass it up!
Whenever I have tried to use toner in the past it has made my skin super dry so I tend to avoid them.
Why did I pick this up then?
I had seen this line from Boots (UK Brand) being sold at Target and really wanted to try one of their products. At the time I was really loving the face wash and moisturizer I was using so I decided to try their toner.
I am so glad I did!
This stuff doesn't irritate my skin at all, and it removes makeup that I didn't even know was still there after washing my face.
In a nutshell, this toner just makes my face super clean without any irritation.
For less than $5 this is a product I definitely recommend and will purchase again!
In fact, I am almost out so I better make a Target run.
(I always have an excuse to make a Target run)
Let me know if you've tried this toner or know of any other good ones!
I've been thinking about trying to use apple cider vinegar as toner,
I came across this journal while procrastinating last October. The design of this book allows you to answer a question a day, everyday, for 5 years. The questions repeat on the same day every year, allowing you to reflect on the changes occurring in your life and within yourself.
It quickly became a part of my daily routine, allowing me to reflect on my day or write down a quick answer to a silly question.
During a time of my life that is filled with turmoil, this journal has allowed me a few minutes each day to just focus on myself and answer a question. I am not a journal person, I have never been able to keep one for more than 3 days. I am now in my sixth month of using this journal and going strong.
The thing is also just stinkin' adorable so I love setting it out to casually look like a journal person who has her life together.
I am fooling no one.
Obviously, I am a huge fan of this journal and recommend it to all my friends and family.
I have already given the children's version as a gift and plan on making my boyfriend start the couple's version in the near future!
If you want to check this journal out for yourself, you can here.
My brother got married last May and our family gained my wonderful sister-in-law. It was a quaint, simple ceremony at a local park surrounded by friends and family. A lot of the wedding decor was homemade so I contributed by creating the bouquets myself and the other bridesmaids would carry. I worked with a friend to create them and I think they turned out beautifully!
Nearly a year ago, one of my favorite little girls turned 2. As she is the only little munchkin in my life, I spend most of my crafting time working on projects for her (2 year old girls are a lot easier to crochet for than my old man).
I figured I would share some old images of a few of the crocheted gifts I made for her! I hope you can use these for inspiration in your own crafting adventures!
The doughnuts and strawberry patterns were made up by looking at pictures but the cheeseburger pattern can be found here: Nerdigurumi.