This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Single Edition Media.
Springtime is here and that means it is festival season. In my corner of the world (Northeast Ohio), the weather is still bouncing back and forth, but warmth and sunshine will be here to stay soon. I must admit: I’ve never attended a large music festival, but I do love the chilled out, fun vibe that they exude and love that you can bring that relaxed attitude into your life and style wherever you are – LA, NYC, Austin, NOLA, Tennessee…or your own home!
I’ve partnered up with BabbleBoxx to share some fun brands with you that will help you prep for whichever festivals you plan on attending or to chill out at home with your favorite tunes. I have products from Renpure, P.J. Salvage, Sour Punch, Nad’s, LaCroix, and Clear Eyes to share with you today. And PS: this post is a bit picture-heavy because these products felt extra photogenic to me! Let’s take a look…
As time goes on, I realize how quickly I’ve fallen out of practice when it comes to nail art. When I’m not actively doing clients’ nails every day or blogging about nails four or five times a week, it’s easy to get a little lax about my practice. So I’m trying to reconnect with some of my favorites, including abstract florals, like this little mani featuring OPI Fiji shades and Paint Box Polish!
This post has been sponsored by the PRIMP Network. All opinions are my own.
I start just about every skincare post the same: I have problem skin. In general, it clears up while I’m using a particular skincare system regularly for a review, but I bounce around between products and try new thing out and the acne, redness, and unevenness creep back up on me (#bloggerproblems, I guess!). I love using high-end skincare, but I can’t always afford to purchase it after my samples run out. Enter some of the best acne treatment products I’ve tried yet: ZAPZYT, a REAL solution for REAL people. This is an effective, economical skincare system with a full line of products to help combat the dreaded problem zit!
My husband is a fine soap connoisseur. The employees at our closest LUSH store know him and he is surprisingly picky about fragrances, moisturizing, and skin-feel. When we were at Oddmall: Dream Worlds Con a few weeks back, we met Aubrey, a fiercely passionate soul with an awesome business called REDBUDSUDS. This Canton-based company produces eco-friendly “shower bars” that can be used to wash the hair and the body. While these bars are super eco-friendly and ethically sourced, they are not vegetarian, so I chose not to personally use it, but my husband loved it – and I believe in what REDBUDSUDS as a company stands for!