…not because I’ve turned hipster (I’m too old for that), but because clutter is annoying. You’d think that extra storage would help, but I already have more storage space than I need, which is terrible because then I’m buying more stuff to fill the space, and it’s an endless cycle of Clutter Hell™. So as cliche as it sounds, this new year I’m all about getting rid of old baggage (literally) and that minimalism lifestyle. 

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When we think of a skin detox or deep cleansing, mud masks are usually what comes to mind. But for dry or sensitive skin, mud masks may be too harsh, not to mention they can be a pain to wash off. Luckily the Sulwhasoo Clarifying Mask provides a gentler and easier way to detox your skin. 

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Eek, can you believe it’s already the second week of 2017? So before I forget, let me share my skincare + makeup favorites from 2016! 

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Yes it’s time for the popular 2017 printables roundup! As a firm believer that writing things down helps you remember them better, I’ve rounded up 20 beautiful and free printables that’ll help you stay organized in 2017! 

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Happy New Year lovelies! 2016 has been a huge learning year for me, especially in terms of skincare, so without further ado, here the top 10 skincare tips I learned this past year: 

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For me the most fun (and time consuming) part about blogging is the photography. I love taking pictures for my posts and setting up everything up, and I’ve found that having a collection of different props really helps with the styling my photos. 

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As someone with combination skin, I’m always a bit hesitant when a product advertises itself as an intense repair cream for very dry skin. But it’s winter, half of my face is super dry, and I got the travel size of the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream in my Sephora Customizable Skin Care & Hair Gift Set, so heck, why not. 

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I remember the first time I heard of multimasking (where you apply different masks to different areas of your face) and I thought “Wow, this makes so much sense! Why didn’t I think of this before?”. Well targeted skincare application is the same concept, except with regular skincare products. 

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