Showing posts from February, 2017

The Cloud Junkies Review!

The Cloud Junkies Here’s a quote from Their website;
“About The Junkies
We have been making juice for years, and have since mastered and perfected the art of mixing e-juice. We provide an amazingly delicious high quality product at a price others just can’t beat!”

The Cloud Junkies sell their own brand of ejuice as well as a few other brands. They have 30ml bottles for $7.00usd and 120ml bottles for $15.00usd. The first time I ordered from the cloud junkies was a little over a year ago. From what I knew, the were a newer brand with good prices and not many reviews. So I gave them a shot and ordered a bottle of their juice Haze. I seriously fell in love on the first hit! I honestly had no idea what to expect.

So far I have bought Haze, OHMS, King, Pang, R.W.S, Bury, Flip. They have many more flavors as well. I liked all of the ones I’ve tried, Pang and Bury were a bit harsh for me though. But then again I do have asthma and that makes it harder to take big hits.

From my experience, th…

My Effortless Makeup Look!

When I have to run errands and I don't want to do a full face of makeup, this is my "go-to" look. I still use a fair amount of products, but it is a more natural everyday kind of look. It's for those days when I don't have the time or energy to "Beat my face to the gods". There are a few different eye looks I'll do, but this is my usual look. I hope you enjoy!

First things first, I always wash my face with a charcoal face wash and a normal wash cloth. I've noticed if I don't wash my face just before I do my makeup, it doesn’t sit right. I often have breakouts and dry skin around my nose and chin, so washing and rinsing my face well is always a must! The face wash I use is Biore Deep Pore Charcoal Cleanser, it's has a cooling feeling and does seem to work. It’s honestly really thick and has little black flecks of charcoal in it. If I leave it on for more than a minute or two, my face starts to tingle and feel warm. So I just wash it off a…

My current Vape setup!

Hi guys! A little over two years ago, on Halloween to be exact, I quit smoking cigarettes! That would not have been possible without Vaping! To start, I was vaping 6mg of nicotine, and now I’m at 3mg. I honestly could go down to 0mg of nicotine without problem, but I don’t feel like it to be honest. Haha, I know. I’m stubborn, that’s just me. When I initially started vaping, I was a bit anxious and fidgety. But that was all gone after the first day or two. I started with a basic pen set up and moved on and up to a much beefier vape after a year or so. Some of my favorite companies to buy tanks and box mods are Aspire, Joyetech, Smok, Kangertech and Eleaf.

There are many misconceptions when it comes to vaping. Personally, I have done my research and know it's not bad for you. There are hundreds of articles debating either side of the subject. Feel free to look into it yourself for more information. But if you have questions, feel free to ask me anything and I'll answer you to…

How I clean my makeup brushes!

My favorite way to clean my makeup brushes has got to be with organic virgin coconut oil and Dawn dish soap… A lot of people like to use olive oil, but I think it’s much harder to get out of the brushes and makes the task take a lot longer! Now let’s all be honest, how many of us actually clean our brushes out after we use them? Not me, that’s for sure! I don’t have time to do it and it’s not the most fun thing to do. Since I don’t do my makeup as often as I’d like, I only need to wash my brushes twice a month.

You know how putting organic virgin coconut oil in your hair is really good for you hair? Well, coconut oil contains lauric acid, and that’s been known to reduce candida, it fights bacteria, and awesomely enough it also creates a hostile environment for viruses. Are you starting to get why I use it do clean my brushes? It’s going to be a lot better for your skin if there’s any residue of it left in the bristles. When you use Dawn Ultra Concentrated dish soap, it removes all dir…

How to make your own pressed powders!

Hi guys! Okay, so today I wanted to share with you how I make custom color eye shadows, highlighters, and well anything powder based! It’s the simplest way to do it and probably the least messy! I promise if you like makeup, you’ll have as much fun as I do making these! Always remember to leave them for at least twenty four hours!

This is what you will need:
Your chosen powders.
Rubbing alcohol, 90% +.
Clean containers for mixing. Glass is best.
Q tips and cotton rounds for cleaning things up.
A new or sanitary Orange stick or a foundation spatula.
An empty compact, metal pan, or cleaned palette.
A clean spoon to help break up the powder.
Something to press the powder with.
Paper towels, tissues or toilet paper.

When it comes to picking the eye shadow or powder your wanting to make, take into consideration if you want matte, frosty or glittery. For well, obvious reasons… You wont want shimmer or glitter in your matte shadow, lol. If you want to make both matte and a shimmery …