10 Tips For Eye-Catching Eyes This Summer
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10 Tips For Eye-Catching Eyes This Summer

Summertime is here, and it’s time for some summer eye makeup tips!  In this article, we’ll be chatting about my top 10 tips for eye-catching eyes this summer. For a quick list of these + 90 other fun summer tips- from home decor to food and so much more- click the image below to download our free “Summer Is A State Of Mind” guide! 10 Tips For Eye-Catching Eyes This Summer 1. Grab a set of Tori Belle magnetic lashes + eyeliner. Magnetic lashes + eyeliner are the fastest way to instantly make your eyes pop! With waterproof magnetic eyeliner, your favorite style applies easily and stays in place all day. Check out this article for my top summer magnetic lash style picks.  2. Wear nude eyeshadow shades for…

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My Favorite Beauty Hack: Magnetic Lashes

It’s Andrea here, of Sparkle With Grace, and I’d like to welcome you to my favorite beauty hang-out area. In this little corner of the internet, I write about my favorite beauty product/obsession + busy mom #lifehack: magnetic lashes!  I’m about to drop all of my favs here for you to check out, but if this is your first time hearing about these magnetic lashes, I want to take a quick minute to formally introduce you. You may have heard of magnetic lashes before or even tried some and came to the conclusion that they’re not what they’re cracked up to be. (If this was you, KEEP SCROLLING!) How do I know this? Well, because I thought the same thing! You see, not all magnetic lashes are created equally.  I use exclusively Tori Belle…

Self-Care: Fueling Your Stress or Refreshing Your Soul?
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Self-Care: Fueling Your Stress or Refreshing Your Soul?

I think we can all agree that the phrase “self-care” can elicitmany emotions. For some of us, it brings up positive thoughts of meditating, relaxing, exercising, or doing fun hobbies/activities. For others, particularly those in busy seasons of life, it makes us feel frustrated because taking time for ourselves feels like an unattainable luxury.  I recently heard Jen Fulwiler and Dr. Michael Naughton explain that the activities we choose to do for “self-care” are not as important as how they make us feel. So for example, if taking a mental break to watch TV makes you feel refreshed, then by all means binge away.  But if you finish the show and still feel a sense of overwhelm or dread, then that activity may not be…