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On the NYFW Runway I saw a lot of blue’s and teals. The way it was used was a very strong bold way and thought I would like to take that trend and go minimal with it, but still show off the color without it taking over my face. Here is the look I got!
It has been a process and I don’t know if it will ever become the “pinterest dream room” that I think of…but its a working progress. Since my newborn is still 2 months and sleeping in our room.. ehem our bed. We haven’t used the nursery for sleeping reasons BUT we are in there a lot! We change him, play with him, rock him all in that tiny room! I made a quick video of a tour of his “adventure/woodland theme” room.
Click here are my nursery inspirations from my Pinterest board
It was just too good to not share. Here is my monthly subscription box review for Pinchme.com
Hope you try it out and don’t forget! The new samples are out on Tuesday! Go claim it and review it!!
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Being a mom, it is tough to find time to put on some make up! Let along finding time to eat, bathe, sleep…. endless list of things I would rather do some days.
BUT come to find out, putting on a little bit of makeup makes me feel soooo much better! Makes me actually productive and I even want to go outside and walk or better yet, talk to other human’s!
In todays video I show you what I do when I have 10-15 min to put on my “basic” makeup face so I don’t feel so gross. Now even some of these products I cut back and don’t touch some days, but you will get the jist of it all.
Primer Too Faced , E.E Cream , Age Rewind Brightner , UD Naked Concealer , Fit Me Translucent Powder , Hourglass Palette , Anastasia Brow Wiz , Glossier Boy Brow , Eyeko Eyeliner , Eyelash Curler , Mascara , Nars Rikugein
Breast feeding struggles are real, wether you have flat nipples or not. When you look at the bigger picture, why do you think there are sooooo many breast feeding classes, teachers, books and even consultants out there? Funny to think I was going to go into breast feeding at an ease…Honestly it was one of the most hardest things I had to work on. SO many nights (and mornings!) where I cried thinking that I had failed. But I kept at it and learned a lot from it.Thank goodness I had midwives because who else do you talk about your nipples too? All my mom friends didn’t have to go what I went through (they had their own struggles) so I thought I should share my story to let you know that you are not alone and to not give up hope! Even with flat or introverted nipples, we can stil breast feed our babies! We just need a few tools and pointers. Good Luck Mama’s!