HOMEMADE BEAUTY WITH A HOMEMADE FACE MASK

You don’t have to go to a spa in order to get beautiful skin. Instead you can create your own homemade beauty with your own homemade face mask. The ingredients that can be used in your own homemade face mask are simple versions of those that cost you tons of money to be done at a spa. Also, the ingredients found in most homemade masks are all approved by dermatologists and even recommended. Continue reading “HOMEMADE BEAUTY WITH A HOMEMADE FACE MASK”

MY FAVORITE HOMEMADE FACIAL MASKS

Personally, I love to use a facial mask at least once a week. However, I’ve found that a lot of the ones you buy in the store are not just too expensive but they also don’t always tend to be natural as many often claim to be. That’s why I decided to start making homemade ones. I would like to share several of those with you right now and hope you’ll enjoy these natural skincare masks as much as I do. Continue reading “MY FAVORITE HOMEMADE FACIAL MASKS”

A COUPLE OF MY FAVORITE HOMEMADE FACIAL CLEANSERS

One thing I know for a fact is one good way to get healthy skin is to make sure that you include a good natural cleanser in your daily skincare routine. Even though, there are some good ones out there on the market, they can be quite expensive. This is why a lot of the time I try and make sure I have what I need in my home to make my own facial cleanser. I would like to share a couple of those homemade recipes with you right here. Continue reading “A COUPLE OF MY FAVORITE HOMEMADE FACIAL CLEANSERS”

ETERNAL FASHION FROM THE CRIMEAN WAR

I recently watched a documentary about the Ukraine. There was a bit of a blurb in the part depicting the Crimean War that probably went unnoticed by most people but I seemed to latch onto it with great curiosity. It seems this is the time in history that marked the emergence in the fashion world of the cardigan sweater and the balaclava.

The cardigan, a knitted sweater that is open in the front but can be closed with buttons, gets its name from James Brudenell, who was the Seventh Earl of Cardigan, and served as the Major General for the British army in the Crimean War of 1853-1856. Continue reading “ETERNAL FASHION FROM THE CRIMEAN WAR”

ACT YOUR AGE, DRESS YOUR AGE

I must admit that I have reached a point in my life where I have to seriously ask myself, “Am I too old to be wearing that?” So, through the process of this deep soul searching, I have come up with a list of items this forty-seven-year-old should not have in her closet and bureau.

#1 – Looks like my t-shirts that say things like “Love Conquers All” or “I’m With Stupid” are all going to have to go. Although I think I am sharing with the public my sentiments and humor, the effect is that I am desperately trying to hang on to my teen-age years. Continue reading “ACT YOUR AGE, DRESS YOUR AGE”