Today we celebrate the beauty of lashes real and faux!
Don’t forget to condition those eyelashes of yours too. I like to use a natural D.I.Y. recipe (from your kitchen) women from the Mediterranean have shared with me. Simply wash your face,clean off ALL eye make-up and apply a sheer small coat of fresh olive oil with a Q-tip. I like to also do this by applying with a disposable mascara wand too. I use ONLY for this trick. No cross contamination with a disposable mascara want filled with mascara.
Leave on your natural lashes and either watch,TV, take a bubble bath or read a good book or a great magazine then go to sleep. DO NOT RINSE it off. It will gently hydrate those lashes while you sleep.
I love helping my clients look and feel amazing! So, since a few of you have asked for another recipe for the feet… here goes!
Best of all it is a UNISEX treat!
All you have to do is put all these ingredients together and head to your bathroom or a cozy chair,the bathtub or an area you can get a little messy in until you rinse it away.
1/4 cup of oatmeal
1/4 cup of cornmeal
3 tablespoons of grape seed or sunflower 🌻 oil
2 tablespoons of Himalayan sea salt or brown sugar
Stir all of the above together. If it is too thick you can water it down with a few sprinkles of water 💦. Stir again.
Apply and rub mixture gently on clean feet. I like to go up to the ankles too. Pay attention to the heels as well.
Allow this DIY treat to set and be on the feet at least 15 minutes.
Rinse with lukewarm and wet towels or larger wash cloth.
The oatmeal softens, the oil gives you enough slip to move around the foot and lower part of the legs, corneal and salt exfoliate. Your feet and ankles will be nourished, hydrated and softer. It’s Self-CareSunday!
Let’s try and make every day a self-care day. But if you can’t at least do one or two fabulous things for yourself on one day.
Brings out the best and the worst of feet. Now in the midst of a pandemic some people are choosing to give their feet some TLC instead of going to the spa or nail salon.
A quick rescue I learned from one of my clients from Greece is made with olive oil. Yes, it’s good for making yummy dishes, dressings and salads in the kitchen but it also is wonderful for the skin.
Place some olive oil in a saucepan on the stove. Or you can microwave some I guess. Warm on low until you see it is warm NOT so hot it will splatter or burn you. Next, turn off the stove and let it cool a bit.
Dive in the sauce pan with a small spoon and drizzle some of the olive oil on your feet. Start to massage it in and on your skin all over your feet,toes and nail bed.
Rub and enjoy.
Next, I like to place my feet with the olive oil in some cozy socks. My absolute favorite is a pair of white cotton socks. One size larger.
I pour myself a cozy yummy drink and get under the covers and go to sleep.
Wake up with softer happy satiny feet.
Kiss 💋 that dry and tired skin goodbye! Guys love this too! And kids do too.
I enjoy drinking and making smoothies for my family on Sundays and serving them to my clients too. I especially love 💗 to make them with fruit and ingredients that are good for the skin and energizing too.
Here is a pretty looking creamy and dreamy smoothie that is good for you, great for the skins elasticity and the ginger is an anti- inflammatory.
Guys YOU can enjoy drinking it too.
What you will need:
1 cup of bottled 💦water (not tap)
2 cubes of a Frozen dragon fruit
1/2 cup of blueberries
1 scoop of collagen powder
1 piece of ginger
*Ice cubes optional. I like to add at least one or two. But it is up to you.
Place all of the above in a blender and blend.
Pour, serve and savour every sip and enjoy in a beautiful glass.
You can serve this smoothie in shot glasses too! Not all shots need to be alcoholic. 😜 Your guests will get a kick out of these small shots too!