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How I Do My Eyebrows: A Tutorial for Blonde Eyebrows

A short history on my relationship to my eyebrows goes a little like this: I have really light eyebrows. In the 90s that was great. I could wax them twice a year and no one was the wiser. Anytime I had my makeup professionally done, though, I was always uncomfortable with my eyebrows– probably because I wasn’t even use to seeing them! I would always beeline it for the bathroom and begin smudging the eyebrow makeup to make them less noticeable. As I’ve gotten older and as eyebrows have made a comeback, I’ve learned to …

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The Best Bags for Spring 2020 from Budget to Designer

I have been eyeing a new bag now for about six months, cautiously contemplating my options. Ever is no longer a baby and so I don’t feel the need to carry around quite so much stuff. My current every day bag is so large that it turns into a catchall and I find myself cleaning it out every weekend wondering how some of the contents ever got there in the first place. I want a bag with a zipper closure at the top, large enough to carry two kids water bottles, a wallet, phone and some small odds and ends without too much space beyond that …

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Three Ways to Get Healthier, Shinier Hair in 2020

(This post is sponsored by Herbal Essences. All thoughts and opinions are my own.) Getting healthier, shinier hair doesn’t mean you have to overhaul your entire beauty routine. Something as simple as switching to the right shampoo and conditioner can make a world of a difference.I started using Herbal Essences Honey & Vitamin B Shampoo and Conditioner this year and my hair feels so much healthier. (You can purchase the products I have been using easily on Amazon!) The bio:renew formulas, which are PETA cruelty-free, combine real …

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10 Cool Girl Ways to Wear Plaid this Fall

There are certain fabrics and patterns out there that are reminiscent of specific seasons for me. For instance, velvet immediately transports me to Christmas parties and eggnog. Gingham has me seeing fireworks and popsicles on the Fourth of July. The memories that tie themselves to the sensory experiences of these fabrics make them feel timeless and precious. The pattern I associate with fall will always be plaid. This print reminds me of my dad making turkey in the same flannel every Thanksgiving. It’s the memory of picking out pumpkins at …

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