This post is a bit late, but I thought I’d do it anyway because I discovered a few new favorites this month and rediscovered a few others. The semester is almost over, spring is finally almost here and I’m excited to start wearing spring-y products more often!
I talk about makeup and skincare quite a bit, so I thought I’d focus on haircare today. I don’t really change up my products too often, so most of these products are the ones I’ve found to work best for me. For reference, I have long, thick, slightly wavy hair that gets damaged fairly easily. Although my hair gets drier in the winter, these are the products I use and love year-round.
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As a beauty blogger, I change up my makeup quite a bit. The overall effect doesn’t really change much, but the products do. However, while the products I use on my lips, cheeks, and eyes change often, these are six products I reach for almost every single day to create a quick, relatively flawless look that will last all day with minimal touchups (if any).
Read the full post on my new website here.
I have finally decided to switch blogging platforms and purchase a custom URL. I switched to squarespace (after reading this post about it from Bonjour Luce) and I really like it so far. It’s only been a few hours so I’m still working on the formatting and whatnot, but my new site is up and running!
HOWEVER, if you’re subscribed to my blog via email/wordpress or bloglovin’, please take a second to subscribe to my new blog via bloglovin’ (here) or a RSS feed reader (like feedburner here) instead (because you will no longer receive my posts).
I’ll also be doing a 1-year blogiversary giveaway soon, so be sure to follow/subscribe below so you don’t miss it!
About Squarespace: They offer a two week free trial, but you can only import 20 posts from another blog, so I decided to make a commitment and upgrade. The one year personal account worked out cheaper than wordpress (especially with the student discount they offer), so I went with that and proceeded to import my blog from wordpress to squarespace. The process was pretty simple, but as with any social media platform, there is a bit of a learning curve. I might do a post about it if anyone is interested, just let me know in the comments! (:
Disclaimer: Links are not affiliate links, this post is not sponsored, and I paid for my squarespace site myself. I know I’ve never posted sponsored content, but in posts like this with multiple links I like to mention it anyway.