Showing posts with label Pretty Please. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pretty Please. Show all posts

Friday, November 11, 2016

FRIDAY: High Five

Blog Arbonne Facial OilIt’s Friday friends. We made it through another week. We decorated, crafted, baked, cooked, DIY’d and inspired each other. Now it’s Friday, it’s time to take a little break, re-energize and high five. Here are some new finds I’m high fiving about this week.

Thursday, October 27, 2016

PRETTY PLEASE: Serums for Fifty Plus Beauty

At a certain age you can no longer take your skin for granted. You have to take extra steps to protect your skin and hair. Plus, it’s a constant struggle to figure out which products are best suited for these new phases in your life.


Thursday, February 25, 2016

PRETTY PLEASE: Relaxing Bath Salts and Invigorating Scrubs

Bath Salts and Scrubs from homework - carolynshomework (3)I’ve mentioned that I travel quit a bit for my day job and I just got back from another whirlwind trip. My sweet co-worker and friend, Danielle makes wonderful scrubs, salts, balms and more. She’s basically the ying to my yang. She’s healthy and knows all about natural ingredients and living a more natural lifestyle. Me, not so - much although I try.

Friday, July 10, 2015

PRETTY PLEASE: Mod Podge Make Up Container

Green Tea Travel Toner by homeworkHappy Friday everyone. Yesterday I shared my homemade Green Tea Toner and today I want to show you how I made this cute travel container for the toner. I started with an empty loose powder container. I save them because they’re so perfect for holding small items and great for travel. Use them for your earrings and rings, medicine, or even a small amount of hair product.

Thursday, July 9, 2015

PRETTY PLEASE: Homemade Green Tea Travel Toner

I’ve always had very oily skin which is a curse and a blessing. The natural oils do seem to help ward off wrinkles but I’m forever blotting my skin. For years I stopped using facial toner but as my skin ages, I find myself using it again. It seems to help combat the oiliness without drying my skin too much.