Oct 24, 2016

Sweater Weather

cardigan       scarf (similar)        top        jeans(old)        boots (old)
It is kind of my favorite that when it's not summer, it's sweater weather here in Seattle. I've purchased ohhhhhh 4 cardigans just this week because I realized that you don't need a coat but it's a little nippy for just a shirt. What I'm trying to say is get ready for some serious cardigan fashion this year. This is one of my favorites that I picked up because it is so long and soft. It is the perfect color for layering and will go with just about every shirt I own. I can already tell that this is a new closet staple. Welcome to the fold sweater.

Oct 21, 2016

My Favorite Drugstore Makeup Products

I'm always on the hunt for finding makeup products that are just as good as higher end makeup and today I've got a good round up of some of my favorite makeup products from the drugstore that are just as good as the expensive ones! Also, Jocelyn steals the show as always. I'm not mad about it:)

Products Mentioned:
Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer
Maybelline Brow Drama
Loreal True Match Blush in Bare Honey
Milani Lipstick in Nude
Milani Amore Matte Lip Creme in Adorable
Real Techniques Setting Brush
Real Techniques Domed Shadow Brush
Real Techniques Multitask Brush
Mary-Loumanizer by The Balm
Nyx Micro Brow Pencil

Oct 17, 2016

DIY Felt Balls

I always thought felt balls were really tricky to make but turns out after you mess up two or three and learn how to finess the felt they are pretty easy. Here's how you can make your own!

Before you start you'll need loose felt (you can find it at Michael's or really any craft store) a bowl of hot dish soap water (just a small squirt of dish soap will do) and a bowl of hot water.

1. Take a piece of felt about the length of your hand and thin and spread it out flat across your hand.
2. With the hand not holding the felt scoop a small amount (about the size of a quarter) of hot soapy water into the center of the felt ball.
3. Begin to roll the ball together until the water is no longer concentrated in the center. Continue to repeat this process of placing water in the center and rolling the ball until it starts to form together. Once the ball is formed together rinse it in the hot non soapy water and then place more soapy water in it and roll again. Repeat this process of rinsing and adding more soapy water and rolling until it forms into a tightly formed ball.

You're done!