Salt scrubs are one of the easiest DIY treatments that you can make and they’re super effective. These past few weeks, I have been scrubbing my body with sea salt and olive oil and my skin has never felt softer. This recipe is so easy (only two ingredients) that I couldn’t resist sharing it with you!
In addition, find out how you can substitute shaving gel with olive oil for the smoothest legs ever!
I’ve been on a huge spray painting kick lately and when I recently did my gold makeup brush holder tutorial (you check it out here), I didn’t have any gloves and got spray paint all over my hands.
Though the gold colour looked amazing on my nails (I need to find a gold nail polish that looks exactly like that), I had to figure out a way to remove the spray paint off of my hands without using harsh stripping agents.
First, I want to apologize for taking so long to post something new on the blog, some of you may know that I also run a tech startup and these past few weeks have been really hectic. On a brighter note, I am so excited to be sharing my newest DIY project with you all. It’s been a long time coming and I can’t wait for you guys to see what I came up with.
A few weeks back, I created a gold spray painted vase for my best friend’s birthday, I posted the photo on Instagramand some of you were interested in a tutorial. I thought, how cool would this design look on a smaller glass cylinder that I can use as a makeup brush holder?
With just a few steps, you can create a glam makeup brush holder (or vase), it’s the perfect addition to your vanity or as a gift.