Chelsea Crockett

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Baby Products for Your Skin!

We all know that babies have the most sensitive skin, so why not use it on our skin?! I’ve had my fair share of skin sensitivity and never thought of…

We all know that babies have the most sensitive skin, so why not use it on our skin?! I’ve had my fair share of skin sensitivity and never thought of trying baby products on my own skin, but it’s genius! Find out which products work best for adults and get your own baby soft skin!Chelsea Crockett- dry shampoo baby powder

  • With winter comes crazy dry skin. The fix? Try using diaper rash cream on extremely dry areas, especially your hands! No, this is not a joke!
  • Use baby oil to remove waterproof mascara!
  • If your skin reacts badly to fragrance, dyes, or chemicals, use baby sunscreen for your skins protection!
  • Baby lotions that contain oatmeal are perfect to use as a full body lotion for adults! You’ll find your skin to be healthier and softer!
  • Use baby wipes to get rid of deodorant stains from your clothes!
  • If you don’t want to spend the money on dry shampoo, try baby powder! It works just as well.
  • If your laundry detergent makes you itchy, try “free and clear” detergent for babies!
  • Baby detangling spray works as a great leave-in conditioner for adults!

There’s no shame in having sensitive skin…just grab a few baby products!

            -Chelsea

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The RIGHT Way to Use Self-Tanner

Getting tan is number one on most girls’ lists for the summer.  While lying by the pool, with sunscreen of course, is the most natural way, self-tanning lotion is another…

Getting tan is number one on most girls’ lists for the summer.  While lying by the pool, with sunscreen of course, is the most natural way, self-tanning lotion is another way to achieve the perfect glow without hitting the tanning bed!  While it may look like a simple lotion, prepping for self-tanner is key to an all-around, non-streaky, perfect tan. Chelsea Crockett- shaving

Self-tanner is a wonderful way to get an all-around body tan without harming your skin.  Before applying the lotion, it’s important to get your body ready.  Start by shaving your legs and exfoliating your entire body.  If your skin is dry, the tanner may peel off; likewise, a razor can strip off the tanning lotion as well.  Once you’re out of the shower, dry off as much as you possibly can.  Do not leave a drop of water!  In places that tend to be dry, such as your nose, knees, and elbows, apply a lightweight lotion to those areas and rub it in well.

Next, apply your tanner all over your body starting from the bottom up.  Remember, when applying it to your face…go light.  You don’t want to add too much to the focal point of your body!  Always wait for the lotion or spray to dry longer than it says in the directions.  For example, if it says to wait 10 minutes, wait 20.  A major problem with self-tanner is the ability for it to transfer to your clothes.  To avoid this from happening, lightly brush baby powder all over to secure your tan and avoid a clothing mishap.

There you have it!  Your 101 guide to a flawless tan!

-Chelsea

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The Secret to Plump Lashes

Finding the perfect mascara can be tricky. Some barely coat your lashes, while other make them look clumpy.  Finding the right balance is the trick!  So how can you get…

Finding the perfect mascara can be tricky. Some barely coat your lashes, while other make them look clumpy.  Finding the right balance is the trick!  So how can you get perfectly plump lashes without trying multiple mascaras?  Baby powder!  Sounds crazy, I know, but in a few simple steps you’ll have longer, fuller lashes.Chelsea Crockett- baby powder eyelashes

Start by applying your normal mascara once or twice on your upper and lower lashes as a base. While the mascara is still wet, place a small amount of baby powder on a Q-Tip and coat your lashes with it from base to tip.  At this point, your lashes should look white, not black.  Lastly, apply a final coat of mascara.  The mascara will attach to the baby powder for added length and volume.

I love how easy it is make your lashes longer and fuller without the hassle of trying hundreds of mascaras! Chances are, you’ve got baby powder hiding in a drawer in your house already!

XOXO,

Chelsea

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