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Forgive others not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.
—  Jonathan Lockwood Huie

anonymous asked:

yo what's your 8-step skincare routine!? I'm sorry if this is in your FAQ I'm on mobile :(

I never actually mentioned it so it’s all good!

  1. Remove makeup: I used to use mineral oil but realised that was really bad for my skin, so I’m now switching over to Bioderma!
  2. Cleanse: I use Kiehl’s Oil-Free cleanser right after I get my makeup off with the oil.
  3. Exfoliate: this isn’t an everyday thing (and it shouldn’t be) but when I do exfoliate, Bobbi Brown’s Buffing Grains for Face, St. Ive’s Apricot Scrub, or The Body Shop’s Tea Tree Squeaky Clean scrub are my top choices.
  4. Tone: for a toner, I use Kiehl’s Calendula Herbal Extract Alcohol-Free Tone; it’s super soothing and doesn’t leave my face feeling tight and dry at all!
  5. Apply serum: this is pretty much an oil that I use straight after I tone. I use Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate.
  6. Moisturise: my dermatologist recommended Sebamed’s Clear Face Care Gel since it works best for my skin type and prevents pimples.
  7. Apply eye cream: this is such a necessity for me! My under eye area is in serious need of some TLC and is pretty much dehydrated. For this, I use Bobbi Brown’s Extra Eye Repair cream or Estée Lauder’s Advanced Time Zone cream. I recently was offered a sample from Kiehl’s (Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado) so if it works out well for me, I might purchase this too.
  8. Apply face cream: Kiehl’s Powerful Wrinkle & Pore Reducing Cream is something I’ve recently incorporated and I’ve been loving it.
  9. Bonus step: face masks. I’ll apply a mask every fortnight and the two I swear by are Origins’ Clear Improvement Charcoal mask and GinZing Refreshing mask. Sometimes I’ll use sheet masks from Leaders Insolution too!

anonymous asked:

I seriously don't remember ever following you but after looking through your selfie page I decided I'm staying

this is probably the best thing i’ve read today or this week 

anonymous asked:

top 10 beauty tips?

1.drink water ik everyone says it but thats bc it actually works

2.fine shimmery eyeshadow works as a cheap highlight that u can get in tons of different tones

3.use a primer for ur foundation it is not a skippable step for those who want a beautiful smooth lasting base

4. mangos. this isn’t a beauty tip i just love mangos 

5.put coconut oil on every inch of ur skin daily or at least embrace natural oils and incorporate them into your skin care routine well moisturized skin makes your makeup go on so well also exfoliate regularly u dont need anything fancy just use a washcloth!

6. add a drop or two of visine (eye drops) to clumpy dry mascara to get the most out of the tube

7.if you fill in your brows clear mascara is a cheap easy brow gel also dont skip brow gel its gonna make ur eyebrows pop

8.use blush like u would use a bronzer (lightly) for the spring n summer it’ll make u look so cute and healthy 

9.if ur in a pinch use an angeled brush to pick up some of ur mascara on the side of the tube and use it like an eyeliner

10. if ur in a huge mess u can use ur lipstick as a lip color, blush, eye color, and depending on your skin tone and lipstick a color corrector

anonymous asked:

didn't know someone could be so attractive God bless ur soul

and god bless your soul too beautiful anonymous

anonymous asked:

I Hope this isn't too stupid but how do I exfoliate my skin? Ps you're amazing

It’s not stupid, don’t worry. :-)

Before you even begin exfoliating, you’re going to have to figure out which exfoliator works best with your skin type. This link should be helpful!

Once you’ve figured out which one to use, follow this general guide:

  1. Splash water on your face so you can have a damp base to work with.
  2. Extract the product out of the tube (or whatever other packaging it may be in) onto your fingertips. 
  3. Gently begin rubbing the product into your skin for about half a minute or so. 
  4. Wash it off with just water!

Note: don’t over-exfoliate. It’s never a good idea and it’s horrible for your skin, especially if it’s oily.