Here’s a little factoid about me that you probably didn’t know: I hate MAYONNAISE. Personally, I think it’s a gross, creamy condiment that’s completely unnecessary on food, BUT it does have some beauty benefits:
Moisturize your hair// The creamy white stuff is great for dry, damaged hair since it contains oils and protein that helps fill in hair follicles and increases shine. It also contains vinegar, which is great to help restore your hair’s pH balance.
Hydrate your cuticles// Try soaking your fingertips in mayo every so often (for about 5 minutes) to help strengthen and restore your cuticles and fingernails.
I laughed out loud after spotting this guide to drugstore razors, mostly because I don’t even know what kind of razor I’m using right now and it’s about time someone reviewed all the options we have! – Byrdie.com
I’ve never been a big fan of Valentine’s Day (case and point here, here, here and here), but when Annette, Rachael and I decided to throw a little GALentine’s party, I couldn’t say no. In true Jamie form, I’m clearly telling an inappropriate story in the above photo, but I had to share this pic because I LOVE our real smiles/laughs. Isn’t that was a GALentine’s party is all about? Body part stories aside, we did manage to get some great photos, so let us know what you think in the comments below…and have a happy Valentine’s Day.
Pouring the bubbly. We used Sophia Coppola’s super girly Blanc de Blanc
Of course, I made sure we were all properly red-lipped
Pink donuts of all sizes to bite on
We all loved Rachael’s gorgeous gold-rimmed champagne coupes. Can you even?
And now, we get to making our DIY Valentine’s Day cards…
It’s no secret that I like my wine and I’ve recently accumulated an entire bowl full of the used corks, and that’s also considering the fact that a good amount of wine bottle now have screw tops since there’s a cork shortage, apparently. Or maybe that’s just a rumor to scare the wine obsessors of the world, who knows. Regardless, I’ve been thinking on cool ways to recycle all of my wine cork, and here are five of my favorite ideas:
I’m still making attempts at growing something (anything, really) on my balcony, but this wine cork ID tag is pretty good inspiration (image via ShineYourLightBlog.com)
My friend Devon made me one of these awhile back and they are SO awesome, it kinda hurts (image via TrendHunter.com)