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My current eyebrow routine | How I dye my eyebrows at home

Hello everyone! I love eyebrow products and have a wide variety in my makeup collection; pencils, pomades, powders, tinted gels, pens, etc. Still, a few years ago, I discovered the magic of eyebrow tinting. Tinting makes your brows appear thicker and darker. I adore the results and the fact that I no longer need to use products daily.  Many use at-home kits to tint their eyebrow themselves instead of having them done by a professional. A dye kit costs much less than one professional appointment, and you can use it for many applications. And if you do not like the results, it fades in about a week and a half. I have been dyeing my brows, as well as my mum's, for years now. Doing my own eyebrow tinting every few weeks is easy, effective, and budget-friendly. You can purchase an  at-home eyebrow dye  or use  Just for Men Mustache & Beard Brush-In Gel  or  L’Oréal Paris Magic Root Rescue. Want to try eyebrow tinting at home?  Here is everything you will need...   Your dye of choice

Free autumn printables for home decor

Hello everyone! I love home decor, and lately, I've been obsessed with printables. Printables are artwork, drawings, graphic design, text or pictures that you can download online. Examples include art prints, worksheets, calendars, stickers, quotes, and more.  Two of my favourite things about printables are that they are affordable (sometimes even free), and you can print them out yourself! Autumn printables are a frugal way to celebrate autumn and display seasonal artwork in your home! I don't have my own printables, but I want to share some external links with you. When you love decorating for the different seasons and crave something new each year, printables are a great way to help you stay on budget. You can buy a frame you love and easily swap out a new printable for each season.  Below are ten (10) lovely printables you can use in your autumn decor. Clicking on each link will take you to the website, where you can grab their printable.  Free Fall Printables: Pretty Water

Eight (8) ways to make your bedroom feel more relaxing

Hello everyone! Most of the rooms in our homes are abuzz with activity. There is just one home area meant to calm and comfort us:  the bedroom . Creating a more relaxing bedroom can be a great way to improve our mental health and create a cosy space in our home where we can escape from the world.  Here are some tips to make your bedroom feel more relaxing: 1. Tidy and clean First, you should make sure your bedroom is clean and decluttered. A tidy room is better both hygienically and aesthetically speaking. It is also a less stressful environment.  2. Good mattress Your mattress makes the difference between a good night of sleep and an unrestful one. Invest in a good one and always choose the best you can afford. 3. Light or neutral colours When choosing colours for your bedroom, it's important to use light or neutral colours. This will help to create a calming and relaxing atmosphere. When choosing the palette for your bedroom, the best choices are shades of green and blue, followe

Ten (10) 2022 true crime dramas to binge-watch now

Hello everyone! I love binge-watching true crime documentaries however, I'm well aware that dramatic true crime shows have the power to reach a wider audience than their documentary counterparts. For months, if not years, TV has been dominated by fictionalised versions of real-life murderers, kidnappers and scammers. I'm not going to get into the ethics of true crime shows, and the notion of creating entertainment from the very public grief of real victims. I believe that when handled correctly, there can be value in telling these kinds of stories. Many of today's true-crime dramas are based on stories previously shown in documentary films, docuseries, and podcasts. Below, I made a list of ten (10) drama series inspired by true crimes you can binge-watch right now!  1. Women of the Movement  (6 episodes) This miniseries is an American historical drama. It tells the story of Mamie Till-Mobley, who in 1955, risked her life to find justice after her son Emmett was brutally mu