In case you missed it, I shared a bit about how I get ready everyday on my insta-story on Sunday. Since then, I’ve been getting a ton of questions about the products I used so I figured I’d break down my everyday makeup essentials! These are products I use for my “everyday” makeup look. If I’m going for a more glam look, I’ll still use most of the same products but build on them a little more. I do want to mention though that I definitely do not get ready every day haha! This is my makeup routine for days that I need to be presentable 😉
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*Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by HelloFresh. As always, all opinions are 100% honest and my own. For more information, please visit my disclaimer page.
I’ve been in such a rut with dinners recently. I feel like I’ve exhausted all options on my Pinterest boards and I’m struggling to come up with anything new. We’ve had the same few dinners on rotation for the last few weeks so it was time for a change. I’ve been hearing amazing things about HelloFresh recently so I decided to give it a try. I mean, we were long overdue for a new quick + easy dinner!
*Dislcaimer: This post is sponsored by Aveda. As always, all opinions expressed are 100% honest and my own. For more information, please visit my disclaimer page.
When I was pregnant, like many other expecting first-time moms, I received a ton of unsolicited advice. I was constantly fed advice on what to do during pregnancy, childbirth and as a parent–some of it useful and some not so much. But there is one thing that NOBODY told me to prepare for…postpartum hair-loss and thinning. Seriously, how did no one give me a heads up about this? I remember showering a few weeks after Mason was born and I noticed a crazy amount of hair falling out and I was so freaked out! I actually brought it up to my doctor thinking there was something seriously wrong with me and she sort of laughed it off because it was so common. Apparently, it’s totally normal to lose an absurd amount of hair and or your hair to become noticeably thinner postpartum but nobody tells you about it until after it happens.