Name a beauty routine you rarely do.
Ha ha! Get my hair cut! I only cut it once or twice a year.
Is washing your makeup brushes something you do regularly?
No. Then they'd be all wet.
How long will you last with chipped nail polish?
In college, red nails were my signature. But now I wear my nails natural (unpolished) & "active length."
How long do you put off buying/replacing a product even if you really need it?
It's a treat to buy a product. I don't put it off; I search for a time to run & get it.
What is your worst beauty habit?
I don't wash my face at night. But I recently read that washing your face twice a day is excessive anyway.
Name something non-beauty related that you put off all the time.
Emptying the cat's litter boxes.
When going out somewhere, do you leave getting ready to the last minute or not?
I think the getting ready is one of the best parts of going out. I try to give myself plenty of time, & I try to wear a combo or outfit I've never worn before.
Can you commit to spending bans?
I've endured only one spending ban, &, no, I couldn't live by it because I follow items from full price to sale, & I have to buy them when I know they're as low as they can go.
But I return anything that isn't perfect.
How organized are your makeup/nail polish collections?
I'm striving to be a minimalist. I use one little plexiglass organizer. ça va.
What is the longest you’ve gone without writing a blog post?
A day or so. I post about two times a week on the blog along with T-shirt Sunday (have never missed a Sunday tee, just in case someone might be routinely following each Sunday). I post once daily on Facebook. I post all day every day on Twitter.
I tag Ingrid Chuley from Caseb Naturals. Ingrid is part of our Facebook group Green Beauty Blogs. I recently bought some Caseb Naturals Dragon's Blood Body Balm for mine & my son's chaffed skin as the seasons changed, & it helped overnight. We also tried some Caseb Naturals Brazil Lavender Whipped Body Butter, & my whole family likes it. It has a lovely texture & smell (half the battle for me is finding products that smell good). I wouldn't have found these products if it weren't for Sarita who posted about them here. I was impressed that Ingrid created these products to treat her husband's seborrheic dermatitis, a skin condition that causes redness and flaking.
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Sarita has two lovely blogs:
ediblefacial.com: Peace on the Skin & Peace Within &
lazyhealthycook.blogspot.com: Under the Table: Confessions of a Reformed Junkaholic