Monday, March 2, 2015

February Favorites 2015 plus sales :)

Hello my loves! How's your week going for you?

Here is a little update about my life: I'm still teaching tennis and searching for a full time job. Someone said, "Haven't you been looking for a job for a while now?" Well, yes. I can easily get a job a Trader Joes or McDonalds but I am not going to make a career out of it. I like something where I can grow and love to do. In fact, teaching tennis is what I am really passionate about.

However, let's discuss my February Favorites.

I finally got the chance to up load another youtube video on my shesayswhoosh channel. 

Things mentioned in my February Favorites:

Brita Bottle: This is DEFINITELY my favorite water bottle. It has a built in filter. How cool is that. Personally, I have a very sensitive stomach. Therefore, the fact that I know my water is clean, I will be able to drink water from anywhere with peace. At home, my closes sink is the bathroom. I just go into the bathroom and get my water from there. It may sound gross, but it's the same water from the kitchen sink. Plus I've been drinking a massive amount of water to build a clean diet. It's working and my skin looks nice. 

Aveeno Dry Shampoo: I've mention this in my blog a while ago and it's still my favorite. I have, yet, to finish the bottle but it's getting there. My hair is getting longer because I want to donate it in the future. So, keeping my hair as healthy as possible is my mission. In the past, I used to wash my hair every other day. Over the years, I've noticed my hair gets dried up easily. I deduced my hair wash to 2 times a week. Though my forehead area will get oily by day 3, Aveeno Dry Shampoo helps me oily hair problem go away for a day. 

Lacome Sunscreen: My favorite Sunscreen which I've been using for years! The smell and the protection makes me want to use it all the time. My boyfriend loves the smell on my face because it has a slight flowery smell, which isn't strong at all. It's SPF 50 PA+++. I believe the PA +++ is a protection against pollution. Through I do not live in a polluted area, I think the extra protection does not hurt. In my understanding, this product is not available in the US. My parents always buy it for me on the airplane (Air Mall) in the categories magazines. It may be an Asian product. However, it does have a sticky finish but I've gotten use to it. 

Julie G's nail polish: For over 5 years, I've been a supporter for Julie G Beauty Channel on YouTube. Just last week, I went to RiteAid and I wanted to treat myself something small. I bought two of Julie G's nail polishes. One is a lilac pastel polish and a top coat. There were $3.99 each. It's not expensive at all. I'm in LOVE! There are so opaque and they dry fast. When it comes to painting my nails, I am a victim of inpatient manicures. These polishes save my problems again. 

This week at RITEAID (3/1-3/7) : Julie G's nail polishes will be on sale. If you spend $12 on any Julie G's or Jessie's Girl polishes, you will receive $6 back on up rewards. 

I hope you enjoy this week's blog. 

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