I talk a lot about exfoliating the skin on your face so much that I forget to mention one of my favorite exfoliating techniques for the body! Open this post for details ♥

I’m just gonna get right into these stickers because they seem really cool and I wish they were around 10 years ago when my forehead looked like a minefield. The Starface stickers are basically a really cute hydrocolloid patch. What those patches do is create a moist environment which draws out fluids and pus to get rid of those zits in less than 1 day as opposed to the typical week. Idk about you but unless I treat my pimples, they tend to overstay their welcome for at least 5 days (not that they were welcome in the first place 😒). I don’t really get acne or pimples anymore unless I go super super crazy with sweets but it’s really good to hear that something like this is on the market just in case.

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I recently came across a high frequency wand for the skin and the amount of problems it solves…is crazy! It stimulates circulation, gets rid of acne, reduces wrinkles and fine lines, tightens the skin, improves texture and discoloration, and surprisingly prevents hair loss. Open this post to read more ♥

Lash extensions have been a super popular, go-to lash enhancement for a while now, but lash lifting might take it’s spot! I found out about this treatment through Instagram and was instantly intrigued. It’s essentially a perm for your lashes that lifts them and changes the shape into a really pretty, eye-opening curl. It does the same thing a good lash curler would do, the only difference is that the effect doesn’t go away. It’s often paired with a lash tint and other add-ons to make them stand out more.

Remember that time when you curled your lashes to perfection and your mascara application was impeccable…that is most likely what it would look like if you got a lash lift! If you’ve never had the satisfaction of experiencing this, you’ll absolutely love getting a lash lift treatment.

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This year I caught wind of a debate on whether or not priming your face is actually necessary for a makeup application. But first, lets get into what primer actually does and what it’s used for.

A face primer is used to create a pre-base layer to help your foundation or any product you put on top. It essentially creates a barrier between your skin and the makeup. A face primer smoothes your skin texture, helps your makeup last longer, minimizes the appearance of pores, and much more.

So is primer a no or a go? Find out by opening this post ♥

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