As soon as October hits and the temperatures start to get all sorts of funky, layered outfit ideas for fall are where it’s at. One day, it’ll be 90 degrees—the sun is shining and you may even be tempted to hit the beach—and then the next, the temperature will drop and you’ll find yourself all…
…Yes, I am going there. MEN are STANDING TALL and doing it all!
Guys want to look good too. So this is for you too! Today on TV I will be sharing some cool tools and skincare tips guys need too!
- MYSKINBUDDY™ is the revolutionary facial device that utilizes four proven technologies to help you achieve a clearer complexion, brighter and even skin tone, and a more youthful appearance. Created BY A woman who is a leader in the skin care industry! YOUR washcloth can only do so much. Made for men and women! Multi-tasking never looked so good. Visit:myskinbuddy.com Check out my next blog where I use and feature this product too and show you what it can do for you. My husband is now addicted!
- Here’s a scentsational D.I.Y.
- Clay or Mud Face MasksPhoto by Bran Sodre on Pexels.com
- Follow with a face and body bar NOT a deodorant soap for complexion perfection.
- For a clip of today’s segment go to: http://www.news4jax.com
Noreen’s Husband’s easy Fall Recipe for a Beard and mustache oil you can make at home!
2 ounces of Aura Cacia Sweet Almond Oil
6-8 drops of Aura Cacia Sweet Orange Essential oil
Place in a bowl and stir together.
Pour into a glass container.
Comb through hair and massage on the skin to hydrate the skin.
If you want to make it more masculine a scent add vetiver essential oil for an earthy finish.
Or ladies you can make this recipe just for him!
I so love to eat, create and makeup! So, I simply had to share this recipe by ELE with you. I plan on making this Halloween week and over the holiday season. Looks so delightful and delish! Doesn’t it?
If you are a regular reader of ELE you will know we are very fond of delicious chocolate bark recipes. Easy to make and always a crowd pleaser, it is a great way to make a simple block of chocolate that little bit more special. With the festive season not that far away, bark is…
I so love ❤️ fall. I miss the change of seasons I had living in NYC. I so MISS my Central Park!
I love the pretty change of leaves.
The bit cooler weather.
Delicious new fall scented candles to light my rooms.
The smell of pumpkin spice.
Sipping warm apple cider.
Wearing a beautiful cozy sweater or scarf.
Picking apples from a tree and eating them too!
Buying new FALL makeup hues!
oh and let’s not forget a yummy slice of sweet potato OR a slice of pumpkin pie!
Because fall doesn’t really arrive in Florida 🌴 ☀️until late October… even though the calendar says otherwise.
What do you love about fall BEST OF ALL?
On a long holiday weekend I love to make things and they are usually with a beauty or baking twist.
Cause I am on the road for work alot I am happy to stay in and chill. I made sugar cookies with lavender. And I made this scalp treat for my hair. I LOVE LAVEVDER! Do you? The scent is so relaxing, soothing,RELIEVES tension and great for migraines or a basic headache.
5 drops of essential oil. (I prefer Aura Cacia)
1/4 cup of olive oil (organic)
I Warm the oil and shut burner off. Sprinkle in the drops on the stove top and stir. The oil will make conditioning hair love~
I like to apply on wet hair. Massage into the scalp and the ends a bit too.I take a shower cap I have from my hotel stays and place my hair up in it. Leave on at least 15 minutes.
Shampoo when done. Rinse well.
If you are up to your lips in work or that TO DO list enjoy making and using this aromatic softer hair and happy hydrated scalp too!
ENJOY the beauty of lavender!
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Just back from Las Vegas and trying to get over jetlag! So much to share with you about my trip but first sharing this post filled with all things NEON EYEliner colors!
I so love neon and happy to share this post from StyleCaster on neon eyeliners! Do you love color like I do too?
The all-too-familiar “less is more” mantra applies to most aspects of life, including my beauty routine. Actually, I won’t tip-toe around this: “less is more” can apply to every single part of my day-to-day; from the makeup (or lack thereof) on my face to the Vans on my feet, despite having 50 pairs of other…
Gluten Free COOKIES!
I so LOVE CANDY…That is why I named my blog Beauty Candy. I also love a good cookie. A friend of mine shared this recipe with me and I am going to make them as soon as I get the three easy ingredients. I have been on the road for beauty so much I am starving my husband according to him as I have not grocery shopped much lately. He eats sardines and clam sauce pasta as meals when I travel. Kinda crazy!
So, I am going to make him so home-cooked meals and cookies!
1 cup of sugar
1 cup of peanut butter (substitute almond butter for peanut if you want)
Pre-heat oven 375 F.
Grease a cookie sheet.
Place in a bowl all of the above. Drop with a cookie scoop little rounds. Flatten with a fork. Bake 10 to 12 minutes until a slight golden look and center settles in.
Cool cookies on wire rack.
She said before she knew it they were all gone and so was a gallon of milk. Yum!
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I’ve been traveling throughout China and fell in LOVE with the one and only Hong Kong. I am back in the US but still on a travel high! However, jet lag is REAL! I had forgotten how long those international flights feel and how hard it is to get back to reality.
I fly lots. But especially on international flights! It has taken me a week and half already and am now just starting to feel like myself again.
Long flights but so worth every minute and penny!
While I didn’t know what to expect really I was pleasantly surprised. with what I found. Rich in history and so many fascinating places to visit! Hong Kong has so much to explore!
Do you know what HONG Kong means?
Fragrant Harbour or Port. Wherever you go in the city there are different scents. Food being the BEST!
I so loved the people…so friendly,kind and peaceful. The lights,exotic signs,sights,the sounds of the different Chinese dialects being spoken and the scent in the air of the different foods.
I also enjoyed my view of Kowloon from my Renaissance Hotel with an amazing harbour view. It was so relaxing to view and to wake up every morning too.This hotel is a MUST if you ever want to or need to go to the city. The hotel is amazing! The staff speaks English and Chinese and are an extraordinary team of professionals from the bellmen to housekeeping. The hotel has a great quick cafe with American and Chinese delights. The restaurants in the hotel serve Asian and American meals.
I traveled with my usual skin care and my jade and rose quartz roller. Just in case my stomach acts up or complexion isn’t perfection I bring Probiotics with me. My fave is Belle+Bella. I also travel with sheets masks and eye gel pads. And I made sure to drink PLENTY of bottled water. And hot green Asian tea!
I highly recommend and enjoyed the Star Ferry which took us from the Hong Kong side across the harbour to the other side to Kowloon. Only .50 cents in Hong Kong money for a lovely 8 minute ride.
I also adored riding on and the sound of the rail cars they use and the city affectionately calls the DING DING! So cute.
Shopping in Hong Kong is off the chain fabulous!
The Bakeries were so DELICIOUS and the different sweet breads too.
Chinese egg tarts are a must!
Cool yourself off with a glass of sugar cane juice.
TEA of all kinds and tea shops are evrywhere. My fave’ is Jasmine tea but also Hong Kong style tea made with milk and sweetened to perfection.
Warm cashew soup anyone?
The most delightful light and creamy soup I have ever had!!! If you love NUTS especially cashews this is a MUST to find and discover the taste on your palette.
I loved this soup so much I had two bowls!
There is also something else you smell in the air. Incense. Sandalwood scented to be exact. They burn it outside thier business doors,homes temples and more. Praising thier Gods. I do it in the states too but it was so nice to smell it in the air and enjoy it too.
Well I hope you enjoyed the first few days of my trip and all to unfold before me!
Come back I have so much more to share! Have you ever traveled to HK or China?
I am alive and kicking and haven’t forgotten YOU and my blog. But it has been difficult being on a twelve hour time zone difference from the US, to Korea and then on HK time. ✈️ The struggle is real!
I am having the time of my life… in my high heels and Skechers!
Learning new cultural rituals,shopping 🛍and eating 🥟 my way from country 🍚 to country! I’ll be posting my travel notes soon.
I can’t wait to share my exotic travel, beauty 💄 and foodie 🥢🥡 adventures with you! Come back for more!
I have made this Microwave “Bird in the Nest” Toast for years! Kids love to cook and this way they don’t have to use the stove to cook the egg. The toast can be made ahead of time as it will warm up in the microwave. Make the toast and let the kids go at […]