New things – photobomb

I went shopping with a friend today. Got a lot of fun new stuff.

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From The Body Shop
Honeymania bubble bath melt
Peppermint reviving foot soak
Test of gardenia shower gel

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Scholl Velvet smooth electric foot file

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A new hairdryer
(My old one is around 11years old and is giving up)

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A new epilator/ladyshaver/exfoliating brush.

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Make Up Store
Passionfruit/lemon twist body butter
Cover all mix (been after this for a while)

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A starting kit from Bare Minerals

I don’t know when I’ll review these products, but I’m going to try them pretty much before. If you want a fast review on any of these, give me a comment and I’ll fix it as fast as possible.

Ciao

Winter is coming – Lip Guide Part 1, Care


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Well since winter is coming I’d like to give a few lipcare tops to keep them kissable and soft during the cold months.
There will be a part 2 of this post with products and home remedies in a couple of days.
I live in Sweden, so obviously I ride polar bears wherever I go and nothing is ever closed due to snow – One of those is true, you can guess which one (the polar bears of course)

Where I live, the temprature during winter is cold. Usually it’s below -20 Celsius and there’s to many days when it’s somewhere around -30 to -35. So lipcare is pretty important. So here are some steps to keep your lips cold proof and smooth.

1. Exfoliate
Scrubbing your lips is a great way to remove dead and dry skin so that your lip moisturizer reaches the lips properly.

2. Moisturize
Moisturizing your lips is the best way to keep them smooth and nice.

3. Don’t Lick Them!
While licking your lips when they are dry might feel like it helts, it actually does more damage to your lips. Especially when it’s cold outside.
Ice lips? No thank you!

4. Cover
when you go outside, use a scarf or something to protect your face and lips from the cold and wind.

and of course,

5. Test your lips
When you think you’ve gotten the moist and smooth lips you want, or if you think they are to dry, always get them tested. And how do you do that? You kiss someone of course. Find a cute guy or girl and kiss them to see if your lips are kissable ;P
(While saliva can damage the lips, who the heck cares now?)

Winter is coming – Lip guide Part 2, Products.