Product Review

1) St. Tropez Gradual Tan 


I have always been against tanning. The sun is damaging, and so are the harsh chemicals in self-tanners. Recently, however, a friend recommended this product to me. It’s 100% natural, paraben and sulfate free, and it even moisturizes your skin!

2) bareMinerals Complexion Rescue

bareMinerals complexion rescue

The same friend that recommended the self-tanner recommended this product… and I definitely see why! This product has no parabens, silicone, oil, or fragrance. It appears to be the combination of a CC and BB cream, mixed with a tinted moisturizer. But here is the catch–it doesn’t feel like you’re wearing ANYTHING! You can wear it alone, or mix it with your foundation.

3) SensatioNail Gel Polish Removal Kit

Gel polish removal kit

I LOVE gel nails! I do NOT LOVE having to make an appointment to get them removed. In the past, I have tried removing them myself, but I never got the hang of it. After finding this product, I don’t think I will ever go into the salon to get them removed again! You start out by buffing and filing your nails with their SensatioNail Buffer. Then you use pure acetone to saturate the pads on their pieces of foil before wrapping them around each nail. If you have a friend or family member nearby you might want to ask for help with this part, because once you have foil on a few nails it’s hard to get your fingers to function properly. After soaking for 15-20 minutes, you take the foil off. They supply you with a manicure stick to gently scrape off the polish. You finish by smoothing and adding shine to your nails with the SensatioNail Buffer. This whole process took about 30 minutes, and it comes with 3 sets of foil. For healthy nails, and a healthy bank account, this is the best way to remove gel nails.

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