happy friday and have a wonderful weekend!
I don't know about you but the month of March seemed to go by pretttty slow. Maybe it's because I have a vacay planned for May in a sunny place and it just seems so far away. I'm definitely looking forward to April and the start of spring. This cold, drab weather is really no fun. Since I tend to hibernate in the winter, I haven't made that many new purchases this past month but here are a few thing I have been loving, new and old.
clockwise, starting from top left:
bkr water bottle in crush: a beautifully design water bottle with a great story behind it. ditch the plastic, go with glass.
american apparel unisex circle scarf: this scarf served me well during winter. yes, it is essentially a big piece of fabric but it is so soft. I have one in the color tri-coffee but they're available in a bunch of different colors.
Bath and Bath Work Candle in Lavender Vanilla: vanilla and lavender are two of my favorite scents but together, they're even better.
Angie's Boomchickapop Lightly Sweet Popcorn: salty, sweet, and healthy to boot. I ate a whole bag in a day...and I don't feel guilty about it.
Sam Edelman Lisel Bootie: love this bootie because it gives you a subtle pop of color and a little bit of height. they're also super comfortable.
Real Techniques Expert Face Brush: i love every real techniques brush ever made. This one is great for foundation.
I have a small obsession with candles (with a penchant for the vanilla and lavender kind) and I've accumulated quite a number of empty candle jars. I was browsing Pinterest not too long ago and found this quick and handy guide on how to clean residual candle wax from candle jars. From personal experience, I've tried a number of DIY's on pinterest that turned out not so well but this one definitely works and best of all, its easy. Now my cotton balls have a pretty new home. Definitely try this out, it works great with the candle jars from Bath and Body Works.
Check out How to Remove Residual Candle Wax From Candle Jars by J. Angel on Snapguide.