Right, when monkeys fly out of my ass! Really, don’t we have more important things to do in our country, you know like prepare for the Russians to take over.
Republicans have decided that they are prepared to spend billions to build the “big, beautiful wall” that Trump promised on the southern border. When it comes to investing in our children and our future, there is no more money. But when Trump promised to build a wall across the southern border, which he […]
This sounds like a great product for thinning hair! I know I’ll be trying it! Thanks Kathryn!
My daily use of “olive oil” on my natural hair keeps my hair growing. Although my hair was growing long and strong, my edges were my problem area until I started using, “Baby Don’t Be Bald”. You can find it in your local beauty supply. It costs about $8 to $18 a jar. But it works wonders and is worth every penny. The jars come in different colors. The “green” jar is preferable. Olive oil is one of the ingredients in this product that keeps your hair growing. Use on your edges or throughout your hair. But I promise you you will see a difference in your hair in about a month’s time. Pick you up a jar today. “Natural Hair Beauties.”
Happy Saturday! I admit, I hardly ever clean my make up brushes. I know it sounds gross, but I don’t have any skin issues, (other than getting old) so it’s never been an issue. I saw a post about this brush cleaner and thought I would give it a try. I’ve used liquid brush cleaners which worked okay, but they never seemed like they got the brushes that clean. That of course was when I actually would clean my brushes, like I don’t know, maybe once a year. Yuck! I don’t use my brushes for any liquid applications, so I didn’t think it was a big deal.
I bought this Japonesque Solid Brush Cleanser at where else, Ulta for $20. The package is two ounces, and I’m sure will last me for a very long time. I bought the unscented version, but it’s made with goat’s milk and smells delightful. I actually washed all 17 of my make up brushes. This soap did a great job and I used very little. I have an IT foundation brush that I use for powder foundation that probably was the dirtiest. That took several spins through to get really clean. The rest of my brushes, just one swipe. This really is a great product, and when I’ve used all of it in oh I don’t know ten years or so, I’ll definitely repurchase.
Here’s the description from Ulta’s website:
Maintain the beauty of your brushes with Japonesque’s gentle goat-milk cleansing balm in this Solid Brush Cleanser. Effective emollient formula quickly dissolves make-up and impurities to deep cleanse and condition your brush bristles for effortless professional brush cleaning. Freshly scented and coconut scented solid formulas deliver instant mess-free results and is the perfect travel-friendly cleansing companion.
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Sounds like a great event!
The U.S. Blogging Event committee would like to thank those of you who voted for a location for this meeting of bloggers. If you are unaware, Chicago, Illinois was the city that was chosen to hold the inaugural event. It will be similar to the Bloggers Bash that has been held in London for a couple years.
Please note that the date of this event has been changed to Saturday, August 26, 2017; it’s a week earlier than the September 2, 2017 date that was previously set. At this time, we need as many bloggers as possible to let the committee know if you would like to attend. We need a firm number on attendance in order to find a place to hold the event. The committee has several places in mind, but want to get an idea of how many people will attend before booking one of those places.
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