Thursday, July 31, 2014

Summer Sweeping Blog Hop

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Welcome to the 2nd Annual Summer Sweeping to Win Giveaway Hop, hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network.
Summer is coming to a close, but it's still HOT, HOT, HOT outside. Each blogger in this Event has a giveaway worth at least $25 to help you stay cool and keep Summer Sweeping with this fun Giveaway Hop - so be sure to hop around to them all below!

So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, the Blogging Mamas Network, and the Keeping Cool in the Sun participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.

Throwback Thursday: My Baby Pictures a.k.a Communistic Baby

These are just a couple of photos I happen to have scanned and stored on my computer, but trust me, there's more and I am going to dig them all up for you as soon as I arrive in Poland at the end of this year :) 

I joke when I say "communistic baby", of course. Kind of. Well, I was born in 1985 and during that time period Poland was a communistic country, but I don't actually remember much of it all. I have heard stories from my mom and grandma, and if that's something you'd be interested in, I'd be more than happy to tell you. One day. 

Today, let's just laugh at that chubby little kid with her Dumbo-the-Elephant ears (a lovely feature of mine that caused lots of insecurities in the years to follow). Isn't she adorable? 

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Etsy Finds: Hilarious Baby Onesies

Some time ago I posted Organic Baby Finds on Etsy, and I enjoyed sharing those so much, I decided to make my Etsy hunting a kind of a regular thing. Today, I'd like to share with you all some really funny baby onesies I found. Some of them crack me right up, and I am considering buying (or making) a couple. 

How do you like these? Which one is your favorite? Or maybe you know of some other hilarious onesies? Do share! 

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Monday, July 28, 2014

Teething in Style: Mulberry Teether

Got a teething baby? Welcome to the club! Oh the joys of sleepless nights (and just when you thought you could finally get some sleep, too, silly you!) and constant whining.. whining... whining... I won't lie, I was slowly approaching the point when I was willing to let my child chew on my phone, cause this seemed to be the only thing that a) held her attention long enough and b) was easy for her to grab and hold (my future tech whiz!). 

We tried many different chew toys - from the ones filled with liquid that you can toss into the freezer for the awesome (or awesomely short-lived?) cooling effect to the fancy shaped ones, like Sophie the Giraffe. The last one really is a nice chew toy, by the way, just not for a 5 month old baby that is still a bit uncoordinated and, therefore, fully capable of poking her eye out with it (true story). 

And then I discovered the wonderful Belly Dance Maternity and their Mulberry Teether bracelet/chewing ring. And while my life didn't get a whole lot easier - I still don't get much sleep and I'm still mostly covered in Victoria's various liquids from which her saliva is the most pleasant one - it definitely got bearable again. Hallelujah! 

We got the teether in turquoise and orange, because I know how much Victoria loves bright colors. It immediately caught her attention - shake that thing in front of her eyes and she's sure to reach out for it. The look is one thing, but the texture is just as amazing. I just love how soft the beads are. They're made from silicone and don't have any unpleasant smell. V loves chewing on them! They provide enough friction for her to be able to hold them without any problems. She seems very content just sitting there, chewing on her bracelet, for as long as 30-45 minutes at a time. Not even mommy's shiny new phone can hold her attention for THAT long. 

With all the other chew toys we've tried, Victoria would quickly get very frustrated. She's got Korean blood in her, mind you, so it doesn't really take long for her to get annoyed and throwing things around. This is by far the only teether she didn't get frustrated with. It's so easy for her to hold, put in her tiny mouth and chew, she really doesn't seem to have anything to be frustrated with at all. Moreover, looking at her sitting in her stroller or excersaucer, chewing on the Mulberry Teether, I can tell she's relieved and satisfied. She will chew on it until she gets tired enough to take a nap. Everyone is happy! 

I won't lie to you, I have my own agenda in owning this particular teether. It's stylish and makes for a fantastic accessory! I have tried wearing it a few times while carrying Victoria in the carrier, and she was happy to have something to chew on while we walked the dog together, or did grocery. It's really quite a convenient baby product. You don't have to worry about it falling to the floor and getting dirty, you don't even have to think about it, really, you just wear it, and baby will do the rest. 

Last, but not least, the Mulberry Teether doesn't contain any harmful substances, such as BPA, phthalates, cadmium, lead or metals. It's perfectly safe for your child to chew on, and that's always the first thing I check before I make any purchases. 

To sum it all up: The Mulberry Teether from Belly Dance Maternity is a product I feel 100% comfortable recommending to all moms. It's hard for me to even imagine a better teether for my baby. Give it a try and I promise you, you won't regret! 

Other colors:
Black&White | Green&Pink | Gray&Yellow

Disclaimer: I received a free sample of the product for testing. This did not influence my review in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Baby Victoria's 5th Month Update | Milestones!

So this post is a bit overdue, since Victoria's 5th month mark was on July 17th, but I am sure you all understand how busy life can get with a baby! And a dog! And a husband who is currently in the *study-or-die* mode, as he is getting ready for his dental boards exam that is in under a week from now (I mean, he's at home, but we don't even see him at all - he studies from 9am to 3 am!).

But I digress.

Victoria is growing so fast! It feels like just a week ago she was this tiny little bean who didn't know (nor care) what was going on around her. And now? She is all over everything. Suddenly, everything is a great chew toy - from her own adorable toes, to mommy's cellphone. Food is looking more and more interesting, especially if you can reach that colorful plate and knock it to the floor! She's drooling at a rate that makes me worried she'll get dehydrated. She's screaming at the dog, screaming at the toys, laughing at FRIENDS on TV.. It's just been an awfully eventful month and watching her reach milestone after milestone was more than rewarding and breathtaking experience. It was also delightfully entertaining, moving and unforgettable! 

  • She's eating anywhere from 4-5oz of formula (sadly, my milk has dried up completely in this past month, so we're doing exclusively formula now. She got 4,5 months of breast milk, and even though I was really hoping to keep it up till she was at least 6 months old, it just didn't work out. She's doing great on the formula, though, and did not have any problems switching or getting used to it.) 
  • We have started her on rice cereal. She is eating 2 spoons with almost every bottle throughout the day, and 4 spoons of it with her last evening feeding, which really helps her sleep through most of the night. 
  • We have started her on some solid foods, too. So far, she has tried carrot, apple and sweet potato. Sweet potato seems to be her favorite. She did not particularly like the Gerber Baby's First Food Apple, though she does love the REAL thing, so I sometimes puree some for her. 
  • She eats every 4-5 hours now (just a month ago it was 3-4 h). 
  • Only one night-time feeding, and only 4 oz of milk. Usually around 3:00-4:00 am.

  • She used to go to sleep around 8:00-9:00 pm, now she insists on doing that earlier with every day. I honestly don't know what's the deal here, but yesterday she went to bed at 6:30 pm. This seems to be her new routine.
  • She sleeps from 7:00 pm to 6:00 am, with one night-time feeding which she usually half-sleeps through. 
  • Ever since her acid reflux problem went away, she sleeps much better.
  • She can't seem to make up her mind about being swaddled these days - she will do everything (and I mean EVERYTHING, the bed is shaking when she's kicking around in it) to break out of the swaddle, but she literally can't / won't fall asleep without it. So every time when she breaks out, I need to get up, swaddle her again, give her the pacifier and then go back to bed. This can happen anywhere from 5-10 times in a raw. Night-time workout anyone?
  • Naps. What naps? She barely sleeps during day time anymore. It's like there's just SO MUCH TO DO and SEE! She naps for about 30 minutes in the morning 45 minutes around 1 pm, and 30 minutes in the afternoon (and that's if I'm lucky!).

Overall health:
  • At her last check-up she was 16 pounds 5 oz and 21.3 inch long.
  • Acid reflux is completely gone! Yay!
  • No diaper rash, skin problems or any other health issues. 

  • Tried solid foods & rice cereal.
  • Laughed continuously for 3 minutes.
  • Started grabbing at toys and, well, anything else within her reach. She is finally interacting with the excer-saucer toys. She is able to hold her chew toys and bring them up to her mouth all on her own, and she doesn't poke her eye with the teething giraffe anymore. 
  • Managed to put her foot in her mouth (hey, it's quite an achievement!).
  • Started noticing the dog. Before she would ignore him completely, now she's squeeling when she sees him and when he comes around to check on her (and he does that all the time). 
  • Was able to roll over from back to side and from belly to side. But only a couple of times, for the most part she is still like beetle on her back. 
  • She discovered her tongue and all the weird stuff you can do with it. 
  • She is now able to sit in her washPOD all by herself without any support.

What else is new?
  • She doesn't fall asleep in the stroller when we're taking a walk anymore. Instead, she looks around. Trees are her new thing, she is amazed by the them. 
  • She had a picnic with her grandparents at Niagara Falls, and loved the trees there, too.
  • She enjoys me reading to her playing cartoons on Amazon Vine. I try not to let her watch cartoons too much (maybe 15 minutes a day?), but it's definitely a fun time for her. 

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Product Review: Airtight Cellular Bundle of 3 USB Cables Charge and Sync 30-Pin - Want one?

Product description:

  1. High-speed data transfer from mobile to computer
  2. Simultaneous charging and sync
  3. Lightweight, compact, excellent quality
  4. Compatible with: iPhone 4 4s 3gs iPad 1 2 3 iPod Touch 1 2 3

My thoughts:

I love the colors of these cables. There's a pink one, a purple one and a green one, and I still can't decide which on of them is my favorite, so I've been using them interchangeably. I really like the fact that, thanks to the vibrant coloring, the cables are easy to locate (unlike my standard iPad cable, that keeps getting mixed in with all the other cables laying around the house).

The length of these cables is what really makes them stand out. Each of them is 6.5 feet long, which makes it easy for me to charge my iPad while using it in bed, without having to bend over towards the outlet. It's a great feature and it makes your life so much easier! The overall quality of the cables is surprisingly good for the amazing price. These cables seem sturdier (they're slightly thicker) than the flimsy standard iPad/iPhone cables, and charge and sync without any problems.

They're compatible with iPhone 4s, 4, 3gs, iPad 1, 2, 3 and iPod Touch, 1, 2, 4. As far as I can tell, they charge just as fast as any other cables I've used so far, and are great for data transfer.

They also come in a neat, re-sealable packaging that is great for storing your extra cables if you don't have any use for them at the moment.

There's really nothing I could complain about here. I'm really impressed with these and will definitely continue to use them.


 Want one? I am giving away one of these awesome cables on INSTAGRAM - your choice of color, International shipping! Click over and enter, it's easy! :) 

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary sample of the product for review purposes. This did not influence my opinion in any way.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Product Review: Bolkin® Hybrid Armor Series Shockproof Case Cover for Apple Ipad 4 3 2

Product description:

1. Material: Hard PC+ soft silicone. Advanced materials are toxic-free and odorless.

2. Components : The case is composed of three parts, the front cover (with screen protector), the back cover (with stand) and the outer case (with shockproof function).

3. Dirt-proof: The screen protector on the front cover can protect the screen from dirt and/or scratches.

4. Shockproof: The outer case is made of tough silicone, which has excellent shockproof function.

5. Convenience:The back case with stand can stand on the desk or bed when you watch videos.

My thoughts:

Being a mom of a 5 month old baby girl, I am always on a lookout for products that will make my daily life easier. My daughter is at a stage when she's starting to take interest in everything around her. And I do mean EVERYTHING. Sticky fingers, lots of drool, occasional splashes of unexpected vomit and all. You know the deal. Watching toddler videos and cartoons on iPad is one of our daily routines, but as much as we both enjoy it, it's definitely a survival test for the device.

That being said, I really love the Bolkin protective case. It's a bit bulky but in a good way; it provides a good grip on the device. I can keep the baby in my lap while holding up the device with one hand for my daughter to watch cartoons, or when I'm reading a children's book to her.

The back cover comes with a foldable stand that is great for watching movies or reading ebooks hand free. The protective case keeps the sticky fingers and the drool off the screen and is easy to clean. Plus, it's completely detachable, so you don't have to use it if you don't want to. I usually take it off after the little one goes to sleep, mainly because I read a lot on my iPad and the protective screen is not 100% clear. You can still read with it on, but there are some visible streaks on the plastic (though it might be just an isolated case, as I haven't seen anyone else mentioning it).

The silicone outer case aligns with all the buttons perfectly, and the charger slot is big enough for even the bulkier non-standard charging cables (I have quite a few of those, and they all fit in there perfectly).

I haven't actually tried throwing my iPad from the balcony to test how shockproof the case really is, though my daughter constantly spills something on it, drools on the screen and occasionally knocks it to the floor. So far, non of the liquid has seeped through and the iPad is still surviving. I'm perfectly satisfied with this case and would recommend it to all my friends.

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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary sample of the product for review purposes. This did not influence my opinion in any way.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

10 Magical Uses For Coconut Oil | I Put That Sh__ on Everything!

Confession time: I am hopelessly addicted to the smell of coconut. 

Thankfully, unlike my addiction to coffee and chocolate, this is actually a good thing. Why? Because coconut is nothing short of miraculous! If you're into healthy & organic, you're going to LOVE all the many ways you can incorporate coconut oil into your daily life! 

1) Makeup Remover - Coconut oil is GREAT for removing makeup. Take it from someone who was very skeptical about it for a very long time. I did not think it would be a good idea to rub coconut oil on my eyelids, particularly on the eyelashes. I thought it would be too greasy, or maybe it would get in my eye and sting.. (how ignorant of me, right?). But hey, I love challenges, so one day I decided to give it a try and (surprise, surprise) it worked like a miracle. Not only is coconut oil very gentle on your skin, it's actually quite a powerful cleanser. It even works on the kind of yuck stuffy that doesn't wash off easily, like waterproof mascara, or waterproof eyeliner, or particularly greasy concealer (I am looking at you Coastal Scents concealer palette). And you don't even have to wash it off afterwards, it's a great face moisturizer. 

2) Face & Body Moisturizer - It's 100% natural, it absorbs well and keeps your skin moist and glowing for a very long time. It also has some amazing anti-aging properties. Unlike commercial moisturizes, it does not contain parabens or petroleum, so you won't be rubbing any potentially harmful substances on to your skin. And did you know that store-bought moisturizers all contain lots of water? So even though you feel like you're moisturizing your skin, the effect is very short-lived; once the water in your lotion evaporates, your skin is back to being dry again. Coconut oil, on the other hand, is REALLY good for your skin. It penetrates your skin deeply, helps strengthen the underlying tissues and remove dead skin. And even though your skin is wrapped in a soft and moist blanket, it can still breathe. It can't do that with petroleum-based lotions. 

A spoonful of coconut oil is enough to moisturize your entire body.

3) Hair treatment - You can rub a teaspoon of coconut oil on to dry/split ends of your hair, or you can apply two tablespoons of it on to the entire length (kind of like a mask). If your hair gets frizzy due to too much moisture in the air, coconut oil will help you tame it. It'll make your hair smooth, shiny, healthy and smelling delicious. 

If your hair is very dry and damaged from frequent coloring and blow-drying, try this: 

Apply 2-3 tablespoons of coconut oil onto the entire length of your hair. Cover your head with a shower cap. Use your hairdryer to apply heat to your hair for 10-15 minutes (it is optional, you don't have to do that, but it'll help your hair absorb all the moisture). Leave the coconut oil in your hair for another 10-15 minutes. Wash your hair and voila! 

TIP: if you rub it into your scalp daily, coconut oil will stimulate hair growth. Works also on eyelashes! 

4) Cooking & baking ingredient - Coconut oil has a very high smoke point, which means that if you use it for cooking (stir-frying) or baking, it won't produce any harmful (carcinogenic) substances. It's also healthier than most of the other oils and it makes for a fantastic alternative to butter. Love baking? Try using coconut oil instead of regular oil/butter! Add a little bit of it to your favorite home-made curry (it's DELISH!), or put a spoonful on your pancakes. You'll fall in love! I have also heard that some people add coconut oil to their coffee as a creamer, though I have not tried that myself. 

5) Treating skin diseases - Your skin is so dry it's cracking and bleeding? Struggling with eczema? Picked up a foot fungi at the pool? Coconut oil will help you with all that. When used regularly, it will also treat acne

If your kid ever picks up lice at school, you can use it to get rid of them. Soak hair in coconut oil, put a shower cap over your child's hair and leave on for a couple hours. Lice can't survive in a greasy environment. 

6) Pregnant? Use it to prevent stretch marks. It will also help you get rid of cellulite. Mix a spoonful with ginger tea to treat heartburn and nausea

7) For the baby - You can use it as a daily lotion, to get rid of the cradle cap (just massage onto baby's scalp, rub for a couple minutes and rinse with warm water), and to prevent/treat diaper rash. If you're nursing, you can also apply it onto your nipples - it will soothe the irritation and it's also good for your baby! 

8) Health benefits - Boy, where do I even begin?! Coconut oil has antibacterial properties, some go as far as to say it will even treat yeast infection. It increases absorption of magnesium and calcium. It also increases digestion and boosts absorption of fat-soluble vitamins. Coconut oil contains lauric acid, which helps improve cholesterol levels. The fatty acids in coconut oil are turned into ketones and can help reduce seizures. The same fatty acids can also improve brain function, even in patients with Alzheimers disease. Coconut oil can also increase your energy expenditure, and therefore, help you burn calories/fat

9) Teeth & gums - Ever heard of oil pulling? It's basically using coconut oil as mouthwash. You put a spoonful of coconut oil in your mouth and swish it around for 15-20 minutes. The way it works is really quite simple. The bacteria in your mouth can cause anything from bad breath, to bad teeth, and when you oil pull, the very same nasty bacteria gets "stuck" in the oil and then it dissolves in the liquid. Oil pulling is also good for your gums, can help with tooth ache, teeth sensitivity, and whitens your teeth

10) Healthy snack for your dog - Our Sheltie boy, Wilson, LOVES coconut oil. We give him a teaspoon of it daily as a treat, and it not only makes him happy, it also keeps his teeth healthy, freshens up his breath and makes his fur all shiny and healthy-looking.

One thing to keep in mind when buying coconut oil: Look for extra virgin, one that has not been bleached, deodorized and hydrogenated. 

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Keeping Cool In The Sun | Blog Hop

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Welcome to the 2nd Annual Keeping Cool in the Sun Giveaway Hop hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network. The temperatures are hot, but we're keeping things cool with some great Summer-themed giveaways! Check out all the bloggers and their fabulously cool giveaways in the linky below and don't forget to enter to win a pair of Long Sleeve Performance Crews from Montauk Tackle Company in the Grand Prize!

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Monday, July 14, 2014

Reading to your baby

We started reading to Victoria when she was still in my womb. We made our little story time a daily habit. I talked to her a lot when she was still in my belly, so she knew the sound of my voice well, but I also decided it was important for her to hear Jaesung (my husband) speak, and so every day I would bring a book, place it firmly in his hands and demand our story time. As busy as he always is with all the dental school stuff, I could tell he enjoyed it a lot, too, even though he probably wouldn't admit it. Eventually, he'd pick a book and "initiate" the story time himself. I believe it made him feel needed, and I think it was an important bonding experience. But hey, we're here to talk about reading to babies, not about my husband, right? :) 

After Victoria was born, we continued on with our little tradition. Of course, it wasn't easy at first (OK, more like impossible!). She was too small, too fragile and too.. well, uninterested, at the beginning. We would still try to read to her, but not as much as before. It wasn't until she was about 3 months old when we picked it up again, and she seems to love it now. 

It is truly amazing to sit there and watch my husband read to Victoria. This tiny little creature sitting in her dad's lap, staring at the colorful pictures with interest and amazement. I love those little moments! I love reading to her myself, observing her reactions as I point to different pictures, seeing her turn her head occasionally towards the sound of my voice and then turning her attention back to the book. It's such an amazing experience. 

Being a book blogger of 5 years and an avid reader, it is very important to me that my daughter grows up to be a reader herself. Lucky for me, I have plenty of books I can read to her (books aren't cheap, I think we all know that). Being able to receive free children's books is a huge privilege and I'm grateful for each and every single one of them. 

If you wonder about benefits of reading to your baby, or when is a good time to start, here's some information & tips I hope you'll find helpful:

  • Reading to your baby is an important form of stimulation and it's never too early to start. Fetuses recognize their mother's voice from the womb. Newborn babies love hearing your voice. Reading to your toddler will help develop listening skills, stimulate interest in sounds, build memory, vocabulary, and give your child information about the surrounding world. 
  • It's also a phenomenal bonding time and a great opportunity to cuddle and enjoy something together. Turn it into a daily routine, and your child will eventually start demanding story time himself. 
  • Reading introduces your baby to new concepts and teaches them about colors, shapes, numbers and ideas in a fun way. 
  • Board books and picture books with bold, colorful illustrations are sure to spark your baby's interest and help him focus on the book. He won't understand the story just yet, but he'll enjoy listening to your voice. Try reading to him using different, silly voices to make it more fun. Repetition is your friend - it will help familiarize your child with different words and, eventually, help improve his language skills. 
  • It's scientifically proven that children that are read to at an early age, are smarter. They learn to read earlier and more easily, and their communication and learning skills develop at a much younger age. Remember, your baby is like a sponge, the habits he'll learn at a very young age will likely stay with him forever. 
  • Cuddling with mommy + listening to mommy's voice + seeing colorful pictures = positive experience that will solidify your child's love for books. 

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Organic Baby Finds on Etsy | Clothing, Toys & More!

Husband and I are both big on organic stuff, especially when it comes to shopping for skincare and food products. What you consume and apply to your skin is important, yes, but we also want the best for our baby girl, Victoria. I love browsing Etsy for baby products, whether it's handmade clothing, nursery decor or toys. It's a treasure chest full of beautiful, personalized, unique items! 

Here are some fabulous Etsy items currently on my wishlist. They're all handmade and organic. Aren't they gorgeous?

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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Favorite Beauty Picks | Summer 2014 | + Giveaway $200 to Sephora

SKIN79 Hot Pink Super Plus Beblesh BalmNot the cheapest BB Cream out there, but the best one out of all the ones I've tried. It's not just a summer favorite, it's an all-year-round favorite. It offers enough coverage that you don't even have to wear foundation on top of it. And it's velvety. So so so in love with this BB Cream!

Maybelline New York Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment ConcealerOne more product that is not just my summer fave, but an all-year-round fave. It works magic on the dark circles, spreads out evenly and really makes me look glowy and well-rested. And that's a huge thing for a new mommy who only gets to sleep 6 h a day!

Revlon ColorStay Makeup, Combination/Oily SkinThe only foundation that works on my skin in summer time. In winter I tend to lean towards Maybelline FIT ME line, but in summer my skin gets too oily for it. Revlon is quite dry and powdery and even on those hot & humid summer days it stays on well. I could not live without it!

Dior Addict It-Lash Mascara-Black Best thing ever. You won't get those nasty spider leg look with this beauty. The brush is amazing, it doubles the length and thickness of your eyelashes and it just looks gam! It's definitely worth its price.

L'Oreal Paris True Match Powder, Natural Beige - My new favorite this year. It helps keep my oily skin under control, it's super blendable and it just looks good on me. Am currently loving it!

Maybelline Mineral Power Blush - Original Rose - No matter how many powder blushes I own, I always go back to this one. It's such a beautiful blush, perfect for summer time. I love the warm, glowy look. Also, the packaging is awesome!

Physicians Formula Happy Booster Glow & Mood Boosting Powder - This is a recent discovery of mine and I can't get enough of it. I love bronzers. I've tried dozens of them. And this one is by far my favorite. It's light, it makes your skin glow and it's very smooth. And it smells great!

Sally Hansen Insta-Dri Fast Dry Nail Color, Mint Sprint & Rose Run - Super easy to apply, dries fast and the colors are just fabulous. My favorite two nail polishes this summer.

SEPHORA COLLECTION Moonshadow Baked PaletteIn The Tropics - Gorgeous, gorgeous palette. Oh the looks you can achieve with these colors! What I love about it (aside from the beautiful summer-y colors) is that they stay on the whole day, don't crease (even without primer - I tried!), and are so pigmented! Absolute favorite!

Get all pampered this summer with $200 to Sephora! 

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