I just got a new vintage housedress and apron. My dress is pink and I love it so much. And I am rocking my beehive hair. Lots of love sweeties. Advertisements
I do this sometimes. I post a vintage dress that you should get. So, go to the link below to see it. Go to pintrest to contact the person who sells it. Link to site to buy it: https://pinterest.com/pin/AWAWFEM_JV-zZmZk-2wrbeE2e4uTzLUkhY4QVXL7FMB86VZ-WF3GcoY/?source_app=android
These are becoming very popular and I am glad. Hey, who says a new bride can’t dress up. Do it every day if you like it. Do not let others dictate your happiness. i am so proud of these girls. You go girls. Link: http://www.loveeverydetail.com/2012/07/31/1950s-housewife-bridal-shower/
Yes, I am doing skin care tips now. This one comes from Instyle who say, ” Body Shop’s Vitamin E face mist MIST MOISTURIZER, NOT WATER If you mist, then moisturize too—it’s two steps, says N.Y.C. dermatologist Francesca Fusco. When you just spritz, the water evaporates on the skin, creating dryness. Can’t do both steps?… Continue reading Mist, Not Water
So do I. My style is the 1950s housewife look, but this young lady in the article goes for a 1920s socialite look. She is gorgeous and she shows that we vintage style lovers really have nothing to be ashamed of. Be yourself and wear what you want my lovelies. The link is below. Link: https://www.racked.com/video/2018/1/31/16928806/colleen-darnell-vintage-clothing-egyptologist
Yes, you heard the title right, according to chateline, “Add pasta to sauce — not the other way around. Always have your sauce prepared before you cook your noodles. The pasta cooking should be the last step in making your dish. Keep your sauce warm in a large, wide saucepan, big enough to add your… Continue reading Cooking Tip: Add Your Sauce First, Before the Pasta.
Here is a doozy of a make up tip from Cosmopolitan on how you can make your eyeliner (pencil one) into gel, “Hold your black, green, burgundy, etc., kohl eye pencil (which typically creates a thin, harder-to-apply line), under the flame for one second, let it cool for 15 seconds, and then watch the consistency… Continue reading Use a Lighter to Make Your Pencil Eyeliner a Liquid one.