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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Another beauty review! Hooray!

This review is for Nia 24 Rapid depigmentation Serum. If you struggle with uneven skintone, like I do, I would say this one is worth the splurge. It's not magic, it won't give you photofacial results. What it will do is help you feel comfortable going to the market without concealer over your acne scars.

I would first like to say that I have used MANY products that claim to do the same things this does. Decreasing hyper pigmentation, evening skintone, etc. I used Idealist by Estee Lauder for 5+ years, thinking it was my favorite beauty product, but this... this takes the cake. Not only did it fade my sun spots, it made my pores appear smaller, and gave my face an even glow. This is worth every penny. If you are in a position to treat yourself, get this!

I few pictures to show the progress over the last 12 weeks. I wish I had a better camera so you could really see the improvement, but I think you can tell that there is one!

Totally putting it out there, lol. No makeup was used in any of these. No blur tools (obviously), just my skin. Ta da!


Tuesday, September 4, 2012

My (free) Old Navy shopping spree!

If you don't already know (aka, not been blasted by my spam like posts on Facebook), I am a part of Crowdtap. What that means is that I get to review products for various companies, and in exchange for my feedback, I get free stuff! How awesome is that? If you are interested in joining, there is a little button to the right where you can join :) You should, it's awesome!

Most recently, I got the opportunity to treat myself and 3 friends to a free skirt, cardigan, and scarf EACH! I was blown away, and so excited! I decided to take some girls that are going to be in a bridal party with me in October. They had never met each other, so I was glad to be able to get us in the same place to discuss wedding stuff, and get a free outfit for the bridal shower coming up!

So, here is us, and what we chose :)

I loved what we got, and it rang up to about $60 each... for free! Can't beat that. Also, I have to say that I think that Old Navy got the memo that their clothes were decreasing in quality, because these were great. The stretch jersey skirts were thick and sturdy... not flimsy in the least. I've washed the cardigan twice already and no sign of pilling or fading. Way to go, Old Navy!