Beauty & Style
Desert heat is unique for multiple reasons. It is unique because it is a dry type of heat, lacking in humidity and moisture. It is also unique because it is a type of heat that can reach extremes on the temperature scale. When dressing for the desert, it is not just about shorts, tank tops, and sandals.
With the latest trends in fashion changing every year, or even every month, it can be expensive to try and keep yourself up to date with the latest must-have outfits. However, fashion does not always have to be expensive, and many of the best fashionistas in the world have found ways to pursue their passion without breaking the bank. So, here are five hacks that you can use to help you stay fashionable on a budget.
As we all settle into a new “normal,” it’s important not to completely lose sight of taking care of yourself. It can be easy in times of change and turmoil to let go of the “less important” things. But after a little while, you should start adding back into your routine those habits that help you feel and look good. Maybe you’ve found a great online workout and meditation app and are cooking healthy food. And while it may not be possible to see your aesthetician or dermatologist for now, there are steps you can take at home to keep your skin looking and feeling its best.
- The most important habit for your skin...
There’a a fine line between self care and self indulgence, but as far as we’re concerned there’s no room for fine lines, especially on our face. Take this quarantine time to treat your skin to these effective face masks and treat your sanity to perfectly paired wines.
Champagne + Herbivore Prism Exfoliating Glow Facial
How do you go from dull to radiant in just 10 minutes? With a glass of bubbly of course. Or you could simply slather on this jelly-textured face mask that promises bright, radiant skin in a...