Makeup, motherhood, Parenthood, Reviews

10 SAFE Makeup Products Your Kids Can Play With

In the news recently there's been considerable coverage of problems with play makeup sets sold in tween stores like Justice and Claire's. While professional makeup products are highly regulated, play makeup sets don't endure the same scrutiny and testing as the real deal, and yet stores aimed toward younger children continue to market these play… Continue reading 10 SAFE Makeup Products Your Kids Can Play With

body positivity, health, Mental Health, weight loss

When The Love Runs Out

The love ran out a bit this week. A small crack had worked its way into the foundation and over time it wore away the veneer and the strength. Eventually a trickle came and then suddenly a flood of love poured out of my vessel, leaving me all but empty. I have learned to love… Continue reading When The Love Runs Out

Bereavement, Influencer Advice, Opinion, Thirties, writing

You Are Where You’re Supposed To Be

A few years ago a peer and I were discussing working independently in a creative field. At that time he was still figuring out which direction he wanted to go and how to get to where he was going, but I knew I wanted to be and I would be a writer. I'd picked up… Continue reading You Are Where You’re Supposed To Be

diy, how to, Makeup, Reviews, sponsored

Highlighter: The Extra Pop Your Makeup Routine Needs This Spring

If you're on Instagram you've probably seen at least a few photos of shiny cheeked young women, standing in the sunlight, practically glowing. While many of these photos have been photoshopped to really emphasize that glow, there is an actual product they're using to create the effect: highlighter! No, not this: But, this: Today I'm… Continue reading Highlighter: The Extra Pop Your Makeup Routine Needs This Spring