Hola Los Angeles loves! I have a chance for you to enter to win an exclusive VIP ticket to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund’s 1st Annual Super Saturday Los Angeles on Saturday, May 17, 2014 in Santa Monica at The Barker Hanger. Hosted by Rachel Zoe and Rodger Berman with Molly Sims and Scott Stuber, the charity shopping event will be unlike any other. The New York Times has even called it “the Rolls Royce of garage sales.”
Oh…designer sunglasses, I want you all. You’re so chic and perfect for this spring and summer. But, then I see your price tag and the love affair is partly over. I still want you, but then I go searching the internet for a more inexpensive brand in the same style. Please tell me I’m not the only one who does this. Am I alone?
Let’s be honest, when was the last time you thought about scalp care? I’ll admit I rarely give my own scalp any thought and how to properly take care of it. It’s not something that a lot of people talk about either and it’s really only a problem when you’re having issues. Well, we’re not going to remain clueless around here anymore. I reached out to Neutrogena® Dermatologist Dr. Leyda Bowes, for a few essential tips for a healthy scalp.
I came across an old photo the other day at my dad’s house. I’m about 18 or 19-years-old and probably weigh a good 120 pounds. I specifically remember this photo, where it was taken, and how I felt about my body at the time. Of course, I thought I was fat. When I looked at myself in the mirror, my eyes went immediately to my acne scars, round tummy, and ugly legs. I hated so many things about myself. I wish I could go back and tell my young self how beautiful I was. My perception of beauty was definitely screwed up.
For some odd reason, people seem to think that those of us who wear plus sizes can’t wear crop tops. Ummm…wrong! Yes, it’s consider a more daring fashion statement, but anyone can wear one—no matter their size. The only problem we may have is finding plus size crop tops that are stylish. There’s no need to worry, you know I wouldn’t leave you hanging like that.
It’s about to get really personal in here. I’m ready to let you go where I’ve never let anyone go before—all up in my pores. Yes, my pores! Neutrogena sent me their Pore Refining collection and I wanted to test it out. For seven days straight, I used it daily. Did my pores get smaller? Did my skin get any smoother?