Hey all. I know it's mid December. It's kinda late to be going through more gift guides but literally nothing has went right lately. My computer had some issues. I'm also very very sick right now. I don't want to complain, I'm very blessed, but I mean 2020....right?
Hey guys! It's time for the main Gift Guides for the gift giving season. This first one is going to be skincare and makeup, since that's what this blog is mainly for. The next part (or parts, who knows) is going to focus on other categories. These are the big ones because it's not about one store, one brand specifically, specific price points, or the normal categories that I talk about.
Hey guys, stopping in quickly.
Hey ya'll. Yes the southern accent is in full force. While we're still in the throws of covid....not passion....I've been hesitant to discuss buying guides for sales, or anything really. I frankly didn't know what to post at all, because it just seemed to be so irrelevant, and unimportant thanks to the numerous crisis currently. 2020......girl you are trying it. Anyway, I finally decided to get back to basics and start doing reviews, and buying guides/gift guides like normal. Cause we could all use a little normalcy and I could use a distraction. So since the sales are starting up this week, I decided to dive into gift guides.
Ok guys, so by the title you will be aware that this is going to be a buying guide for the Sephora Spring Sale event. However, I am HIGHLY aware that right now we're in the middle of a pandemic. I know there are many not working right now and I understand we have more important things to think about besides a sale. I'm doing this because I always do a buying guide, and I very much need a sense of normal right now. I need a distraction. I'm worried and stressed out too, believe me. I currently have ulcers from stress and my own sickness. So I very much need to dive into the beauty world right now and blog so I can maintain some sanity. If you can't shop this sale, that's fine. There will be other sales. Maybe I will list something you already have and forgot about (kinda like the shop your stash series) and you'll dig it back out or give it a try again. Maybe it will give you some ideas for Mother's Day because you can ship orders or gifts to someone's house while still in quarantine. Maybe it will just remind you there is a sale right now if you need to restock something and right now you can get a discount. At the very least, maybe it will just give you something to read to take your mind off the current situation as well. The sale started for VIB Rouge 20% off on the 17th and goes to May 1st, VIB is 15% and is 21st-29th, and 10% for Insiders 23rd-27th. The code is "SPRINGSAVE" and is an unlimited use. With all that out of the way let's go.
Greetings everyone. Each year I do a Valentine's Day gift guide for yourself, ideas for your significant other, or a galentine's gift for your friends. This year is going to be no different. I'm going to try and broaden the scope some and not talk about skincare and makeup only though. None of this is sponsored.
Alright, if you're like me you don't take part in the "January No Buy" because there's so many good holiday sets still available and some of them are on sale. My birthday is also in January (the 29th actually) so of course I look for those good deals, and also take the time to treat myself to something I've wanted for a long time. You may get gift cards, etc as well. So I've put together some things that I've gotten that I think are really amazing that might help you with ideas of what to get yourself.
Alright guys. I'm now coming to you with some gift ideas that aren't dedicated to certain retailers and not fully beauty related. There will of course be some in this but I'm going to talk about other products as well, that make great gifts in my opinion. I've compiled my list after quite a long time thinking about it, also asking my friends for their thoughts on what would make a great gifts for them personally.
ULTA gift guide is up next. They're always having sales of course and marking items down. What I've really loved about them for the last 2 years or so, is that they're taking on more indie brands that are popular within the beauty community. They've stepped up in a major way, plus all your purchases give you points which convert to cash.
Alright guys. I'm coming at you with a Sephora buying guide in this post. I wanted to get these up before Black Friday but honestly I'm very sick, and also I don't really feel like the deals are going to be that much different this weekend as opposed to the remainder of the holidays.
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to do these things because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity.