Thursday, January 30, 2014

Arbonne Skin Care & Makeup Review



One of the most outstanding details in my blogging is discovering new beauty brands and testing their products! If you have yet to hear of Arbonne, then I don't know where you've been, because it's all I've been hearing about lately. Arbonne is a highly regarded premium brand with a Swiss Heritage and the great thing is that the products are healthy, being botanically based. Because of all of the marketing hype that surrounded it, and the luxury brand price tag these products have I was a little bit uncertain in purchasing their products. That all changed when a really sweet Independent consultant named Tanya Klein was in touch with me. She explained a little bit more on what Arbonne is about also describing the benefits of becoming an Arbonne Independent Consultant. I was obviously thrilled when she offered to send me some the products to test for myself and she also told me "You will be amazed, our products are wonderful!" As soon as they arrived, I couldn't help but dig into them right away and I was more then impressed with what I found. There were 6 products in total which you would have gotten a sneak preview of at the start of the week with my beauty haul post and video. I have now had each of these for about a month or so now and I feel like I can give you my full opinion on each product, so here goes:


The FC5 Purifying Cleanser & Toner- What Arbonne has to say about it: "Lightweight formula cleans and tones, visibly reducing oiliness to help keep skin looking young, fresh and clean." 

Of all of the products here I think this is probably the one I like best. It does a great job of cleansing my face and is easy to use at the end of the day and aids in my face makeup removal. The only downside here is that it definitely tends to dry out my skin if I use it more then once a day. That's where the next product comes in handy. 

The FC5 Oil Absorbing Day Lotion Broad Spectrum SPF 20 Sunscreen- What Arbonne has to say about it: "Lightweight moisturizer helps absorb oil and filters UV rays to help prevent sunburn, leaving the skin with a fresh, matte appearance." 

My oily t-zone sure appreciates a moisturizes that isn't too heavy and this one not only smells good but also keeps my skin hydrated after using a drying cleanser. Protecting my sensitive skin from the sun is another excellent perk. 


The FC5 Mattifying Powder- What Arbonne has to say about: " Translucent Oil Absorbing Powder takes away unwanted shine while reducing the appearance of redness for a perfect matte finish."

I really enjoy the effects of dusting this over my face makeup with a large fluffy brush to set it all in place. It not only keeps my makeup from moving around but also helps keep my oily t-zone looking matte and also blurs out imperfections, creating an airbrushed look. 

Makeup Primer- What Arbonne has to say about it: "Luxurious makeup primer visually diminishes fine lines and pores, creating a canvas for flawless makeup application"

This one reminds me of one of my all time favorites, the Smashbox Photo Finish Primer in it's consitency and feel. It's silky and smooth and definitely ensures my makeup staying put throughout the day. Primers like these also help create a base for my foundation aiding it in sliding right on effortlessly. 


Arbonne Intelligence CC Cream- What Arbonne has to say about it: "In just one week, dramatically improve the look and feel of skin with out 10 in 1 complexion control cream."

I've never been a real fan of cc creams, they always seem a bit thick in consistency for a face product, I definitely favor tinted moisturizers. The color didn't match me perfectly too so that could be a factor in what was throwing me off initially. That being said, I do like using this in combination with my Stila All Over Shimmer Liquid Luminizer (review coming soon). This helps thin it out a bit making it easier to blend over my face. It has sheer to medium coverage if you build it up and it does last nicely throughout the day as well. 


It's A Long Story Mascara- What Arbonne has to say about it: " High Performance lengthening mascara helps create the look of ultra dramatic lashes with major longitude. Clinically tested and formulated to be water resistant and long wearing"

The shape of the brush on this mascara is surely quite unique. I don't think the thicker, larger square end was completely necessary since it just gets in my way but otherwise it gets into the roots of the lashes easily coating them from root to tip. The formulation didn't give me seriously voluminous are lengthened looking lashes but I do definitely like wearing it for a more natural every day look. I am impressed with the way it lasts on my eyes without smudging or flaking at all throughout the day. 

I hope you all enjoyed reading about these Arbonne products, I had a really fun time trying them. If you or anyone you know is interested in joining the ranks of Arbonnes independent consultants or just want to purchase some of these great products to try for yourself then please do contact Tanya Klein through her website: {tanyaklein.myarbonne.com}  or by email:  {tanyaklein@gmail.com} you can also call her 443-956-2522

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Homemade Pretzel Bites with a Three Cheese Dipping Sauce Recipe


Back when I did not yet own a DSLR and didn't even have an Iphone to take slightly decent pictures, I had some extra time on my hands and prepared some of these pretzel bites. They were unbelievably good and tasted just like the ones you heat up from a box in the frozen section at the grocery but the pictures were of course not too great. Last week I was browsing my old facebook album with some of those older pictures of my cooking and I was shocked when I noticed that I hadn't made these since.

 My husband has never been a real fan of sports, he's good at baseball and he'll go to a Yankees game with me from time to time, he's just not all that into watching foot ball games. I's bearable and we love a good party like everyone else, it's just not his favorite. I am grateful to have a husband every Sunday to spend time with instead of a zombie/couch potato obsessing over a football game. Everyone has their sacrifices to make I guess.  So anyways, with Super Bowl coming and snowy days in, I decided to throw some of these together and I mean it when I say they tasted just as good as the first time I made them and maybe even better! I snapped some photos to share them here. 


They are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside and along with that rich and cheesy dip there is nothing more perfect! They can be customized in shape and size from rods to twists and you can even choose different toppings from sea salt to sesame seeds. They will make a great appetizer for the adults and even the kids will be noshing on them as a snack (my son adored them!). This time I will not let a huge space of a couple of years pass before cooking these up again and the good news is you can now put some together yourself because I am sharing the recipe today!


Homemade Pretzel Bites with a Three Cheese Dipping Sauce:

Yields: About 45 Pretzel Bites 

Ingredients: 

2 Tsps. Dry Instant Yeast
1 1/2 Cups Luke Warm Water
4 Cups Flour
1 Tablespoon Brown Sugar 
1 Tsp. Salt
1 Tsp. Baking Soda 
1/4 Cup Melted Butter
1 Egg, Beaten
Sea Salt or Sesame Seeds for Topping

Cheese Sauce:

1/2 Cup of Shredded Cheddar Cheese
1/2 Cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 
1/8 Cup Grated Parmesan Cheese
1 Tablespoon Melted Butter
1/2 Cup Milk
1/2 Tablespoon Flour

Method:

1. Measure out 2 tsps of yeast and put it into a small bowl. Add the luke warm water and mix it with clean fingers. Let it sit for about 15-20 minutes or so or until the mixture seems frothy and it's risen a bit. 

2. In a seperate bowl, (a mixer will be useful but doing it without is fine too) combine the flour, brown sugar, salt and baking soda and mix to combine. 

3. Add the melted butter to the dry ingredients and then the yeast mixture as well. Mix well until a dough begins to form. 

4. Once you have a dough, set the bowl to the side in room temperature and cover the bowl with a towel so that it can rise for about an hour or so. 

5. After the dough has risen for an hour, bring a pot of water to a boil and add small pinches of the dough to the rolling bubbling water. Allow them to sit in the pot for about 10 seconds before removing them from a water to a lined and greased cookie sheet. Once they are not as wet, brush them with egg wash and sprinkle a bit of a topping of choice on each one. 

6. Put them in the oven on 450 for 30 minutes or until they are nicely browned on top and still soft on the inside. 

7. While they cool, prepare the cheese sauce. Add the cheddar, mozzarella and parmesan cheeses, milk, butter and flour to a sauce pan over a low heat and stir constantly until the cheeses melt down and a thick cheese sauce forms. 

8. Serve the pretzel bites along with the cheese sauce. If you don't plan to serve immediately you can put the cheese dip in the fridge and then reheat before serving. 

Will you be attending a super bowl party this year? Let me know if there is a dish you cook up every year when it rolls around, I would love to hear from you! 

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Monday, January 27, 2014

Winter Collective Beauty Haul


It's been a while since I shared the contents of my newest beauty items bag. Besides for a little Lush purchase back in November I've been sticking to and enjoying some of the items already in my makeup drawer. So I thought it was without a doubt time to revisit one of my favorite blog posts to write (for obvious reasons). There's a real smorgasbord of things here from an amazon gift card purchase to some Arbonne goodies sent to me by a really sweet rep, I finally got my hands on that bronzing mousse I've been wondering about and with a trip to the drugstore and a little gift from my sister it has added up to plenty of  goodness. All of this has happened over the past month or so, you can therefore expect reviews pretty soon as I now have an idea of what I think of most of these products, look forward to that! I've also done a video to go along and in it I've included a brief first impression of each item. Watch it here if you'd like or read till the end of the post where I will insert it as usual. These beauty hauls end up being quite epic since I only unleash them towards the beginning of every season or so. Here is what made it from the beauty department with the arrival of winter:   




Let me know if I mentioned anything you'd like an in depth review on. Did anything catch your attention? Lookout for a full review on the Arbonne products towards the end of the week! 

 

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Friday, January 24, 2014

Friday Fashion: The Look For Less with Kate Bosworth

I spotted this gorgeous photo of Kate Bosworth this week will browsing Pinterest and immediately loved it! Because of how modest it is I instantly wanted to see more of her outfits and when I searched for her I was so surprised by the amount of refined looks she has worn over the years! For that reason I knew it was only fit that I surround my Friday Fashion post around her this week. This specific look combines casual and chic perfectly. My favorite piece is that owl sweater, who doesn't love owls? I have lots of casual sweaters like this one that get alot of use daily but I wouldn't necessarily know how to dress them up and I think this is such a good way of making use of it in a less casual setting. I really love what she did with this look so I decided to put together a more affordable version of my own using similar looking pieces.  Here is what I came up with:  

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123 by gittyktz featuring a pencil skirt

Would you wear a look like this one during the winter months? What do you think of the look?
Let me know in the comments form below, I would love to hear from you!

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Mint Cosmetics Teeth Whitening Kit Review



I haven't talked about teeth before much. I've gone on and on about makeup, skincare and even hair products though so we'll take a little break from all of that today and talk about teeth for a moment. My teeth in particular go very yellow so quickly (as you'll be able to see in the before" picture below) and that is mostly due to me drinking coffee and tea. I don't drink alot of those beverages, but I do have a cup of each per day usually. I've tried my share of whitening products over the years and my favorites have always been the Crest ones since they work well and don't cause major sensitivity. My only qualm with those ones are that they have to be cut to work around the gums, at least for me they do. When a company from the UK called Mint Cosmetics contacted me asking if I'd like to try their whitening kit I was more then glad to do so. As soon as it arrived I tore the package open and started playing around with it as I do with most beauty deliveries. I have used it for about a month or so now on and off and I can now finally give my full opinion on it. 

The kit itself is sleek and proffessional looking and it comes packed with every tool needed to get a gleaming white smile. There was even an instructional dvd and tooth shade guide which is so useful! 


It came complete with trays and whitening gel already in tightly sealed dispensers and it also had a touch up pen for little fixups once the gel treatments are through. The trays need to be molded to fit your teeth which is easy to do at home but I ended up going with some I already had fitted from a previous whitening treatment I'd gotten from my dentist. The whole thing is fairly simple, you take off the little cap at the end of the gel dispenser and you dot the gel along each tray to line it. Then they go into your mouth pressed against the teeth for about 30 minutes or so daily. I brushed my teeth before and after, using my colgate optic white toothpaste and my electric toothbrush. I did this about 7 times throughout the month and definitely got my teeth a few shades lighter. There was some slight sensitivity involved which is why I didn't use it more often, but nothing permanent. My favorite part of the kit is that very useful pen which I will continue to use as I need it. My main advice with this product would be not to fill the trays completely because then you will end up with overflow onto your gums and that can cause major gum sensitivity and even gum bleaching. 

My final thoughts: I think this is an excellent whitening kit! Is it as easy to use as my Crest ones? There's alot more involved between shaping the trays and filling them etc.  so I'd say not it is not. The sensitivity I feel in my teeth for about 30 minutes after taking them off and during the treatment as well is definitely a concern too. Other then that I'd recommend this to anyone that has yellowing or stains on their teeth because it definitely does work. 

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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Winter Cooking & Baking: 12 Recipe Roundup

We're headed right into the middle of winter here and it is a cold blustery one to match. We've had our share of below 0 temperatures and snow storms to keep us home bound thats for certain. I can't be the only one thinking of some good comfort food to sooth and calm right about now. The good news is I've got a recipe roundup for you today including some of my winter time favorites. I've pulled some from the archive and others are amongst the ones I've shared recently. 

All I want to do right now is curl up in my warm bed but my kitchen beckons me. The snowstorm we are enduring at the moment really does call for a batch of cookies. What do you like to cook and bake when your stuck at home in the winter? Here are some of my ideas, each of the highlighted links will take you to the recipe and information on each dish!  



Instead of mixing up some typical macaroni and cheese add some veggies into the mix. These cheesy cups will make the whole family happy! 



This salad is perfect for summer, winter and all year round. It's very filling as a lunch or dinner so no other major cooking should be needed.  



This recipe is perfect if you have a piece of meat sitting in your fridge or freezer with no real idea what to do with it. It'll be melt in your mouth perfection with it's sweet and savory flavors! 



 The first thing that comes to our minds when it's cold outside is baking. You don't have to be a confectioner to pull these cookies off so these should be your first choice. 



 This one is for you fish lovers, a salmon recipe that will wow everyone with it's perfect roasted pistachio crust.



A 1 pan dinner, this is easy to throw together and can even be done in a crockpot if you prefer.  



When your snowed in, there's more time to play around with fun deserts like this one. Chocolate, graham and toasted marshmallows come together for a delightful treat to munch on next to a warm fireplace with a book.



The first choice as a side to soup is usually garlic bread, change it up with this amazing crusty bread topped with tomatoes, red onion and garlic! 



Cold weather means flu, cold and cough and there is nothing better then a hot bowl of chicken soup with matzoh balls to cure it! 



Eggplant parmesan is so tasty when done right but it can be intimidating preparation wise for some. This is a great shortcut for those of you who like me just can't be bothered with the layering and such.  



Playing out in the snow always calls for some hot chocolate, this one is a sophisicated version to serve up to those adults who've been out shoveling for hours, but the kids love it too!  



This Italian classic will be a dream when done right. Follow each technique and it will be impossible to mess it up. The lemon, scallions and parmesan add great texture and taste to this one so be sure not to leave them out! 

Those are the recipes I will be sure to turn to during these colder days and nights. Let me know what your cooking up to keep warm and comfortable in the comments below, I love getting your ideas! 

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Monday, January 13, 2014

My Winter Foundation Routine

In the summer time I did a foundation routine video and post which went over pretty well. From then till now alot has changed not only due to me testing out so many new products but also because from season to season my skin changes with the weather and my face makeup gets altered with it. And so it was obvious to me that this weeks video needed to be all about my foundation routine this time for winter. In the video I also offered up some of tips and tricks that work well for me daily in applying the products perfectly. You will notice many differences from my summer face makeup routine, watch it here if you'd like or read till the end of the post where it will be inserted as usual.


Here is what I've been using lately:

Smashbox Photo Finish Foundation Primer in Color Correcting Adjust- A primer that calms the redness and hyper pigmentation in my cheeks is just what I like. I always put a primer on before heavier foundations that may settle into fine lines and not last as long otherwise. This one truly blurs out redness and my foundations glide right over top of it.

Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup Foundation in Classic Ivory- This foundation has been mentioned here before and I'm pretty sure it made it's debut in a recent favorites video too. The color matches me really well when I have pale winter skin and I like that it contains SPF 20 which keeps my face protected while it holds up looking flawless all day long.

ELF Studio Powder Brush- I have alot of favorite tools and brushes for applying foundation, this has been the one I've been turning to alot lately. It buffs the foundation into place so nicely since it has a flat top and that also ensures a airbrushed looking finish to any face product.


Maybelline Fit Me Concealer in 15 Fair - This has been my favorite concealer for a while now, it
brightens and conceals in areas I need it to, so whats not to love?

The Balm Bahama Mama Bronzer- Bronzer that doesn't look orange or too muddy can be hard to find. This one is great for contouring in my cheek bone area because it blends out beautifuly.

Real Techniques Contour Brush- This brush has become my go to for contouring, highlighting and applying blush. For days when I just don't have time, a multi purpose brush can be really useful!


The Balm Mary Lou Manizer Highlighter- Although mine broke a while back, I have still gotten so much use out of this gorgeous champagne toned highlighter. I use it to highlight the tops of my cheek bones, over my forehead and top lip area as well.

Milani Baked Blush in Berry Amori 03- It's not every day that I use blush because I already have that redness in my cheeks. When I use a really full coverage foundation I find that it makes a nice addition. This one is a beautiful rosy pink!

Revlon Nearly Naked Pressed Powder in Fair 010- The last step in my routine is to brush some powder over my entire face to set the makeup place and tone down any harsh lines. This one is fast becoming one of my most favored setting powders.


Do you have any staple products that aid you in getting the perfect face makeup look every day? Let me know what they are in the comments below, I would love to get some ideas from you and I love hearing from you!

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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Brown Sugar Baked Potato Wedges Recipe


I have made these brown sugar potato wedges a thousand times before and I've wanted to share the recipe for a really long time! They just can't seem to make it onto the table before being devoured by the people that occupy my household (myself included). Their irresistibly good, I'm telling you! I finally got a picture of them (minutes before they got finished off) and so I'm not going to postpone offering up this awesome recipe any longer! 

They aren't as saturated with calories as you may think being that they are baked in the oven instead of being fried in oil. These will be the perfect treat to reward yourself for sticking to that New Years diet this week. As a side note, you can always do this same thing with sweet potatoes which will be just as delicious, I am sure. My favorite kind of recipes are the ones that are quick to prep but look like a million dollars on a plate and this is one of those. These potato wedges pair well with burgers, fish or even meat. I've made them as a side to chicken for the Friday night meal several times. Also, these can be cut into thinner matchstick shaped pieces to be served as fries if you'd like.  


Brown Sugar Baked Potato Wedges

Ingredients:

4 Medium Sized Potatoes ( I prefer Yukon Gold)
1/4 Cup Brown Sugar
1/4 Cup Olive Oil
2 Tablespoons White Vinegar
1/2 Tablespoon Salt
A Sprinkle of Pepper

Method:

1. Scrub your potatoes really well, or peel them if you'd like and cut them into wedges ( I honestly didn't know how the first time so I followed the instructions here.) 

2. In a medium bowl combine the brown sugar, olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper. Mix them really well until they come together as a sauce and no longer separate. Using a whisk can help with this. 

3. Lay the potatoes out in the bottom of a greased 9X13 baking sheet so that they are at least an inch apart on all sides. Try not to allow any of the potatoes to touch or overlap at all so that they can cook through evenly.

4. Preheat the oven to 400. 

5. Spoon the brown sugar sauce over the potatoes coating each one with a half a spoonful or so. 

6. Put the potatoes in the oven for about an hour, checking on them every fifteen minutes or so to be sure they aren't burning or drying out. You can cover the pan with some foil before putting them in the oven if you want them to cook a bit faster. 

7. Remove them from the oven, allow them to cool before serving. I serve them with some ketchup but you can serve them with whatever dipping sauce you prefer. 

Please do send me a photo of them if you cook them up in your home, that is if you manage to get one before they get finished off! ;)

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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Lush BubbleGum Lip Scrub Review



I mentioned this product in my December beauty favorites video and post. In the comments of that post, so many of your agreed with me on how fantastic it is. These lip scrubs have become  a real cult product in the beauty and blogger world, it seems that anyone who's tried them love them and those that haven't can't wait to get their hands on them! This is probably why I was influenced to purchase  one myself in the first place , and  it's truly something I now love  and  I'll be dramatic and say- "cannot live without". This is now essential to my night time routine, especially during these cold winter months when my lips are inevitably so uncomfortably dry, chapped and peely. TMI? Ok I'll get into the details on this amazing product. 

What Lush has to say about it: "Our sweetest confection exfoliates lips smooth, prepping them for your favorite lip color or balm. A blend of Fair Trade sugar and moisturizing jojoba oil..leave your lips soft. Scrub over your lips and then apply your favorite lip color for a flawless finish"

What I think of it:

Texture: Crumby and clumpy, small  beads of sugar are the main item in the makeup of this scrub. Moisturizing ingredients such as jojoba oil give it a very hydrating factor as well. This texture can be somewhat difficult to deal with and messy as well which is the only real downside to this product. I would recommend using it along with a lip balm or salve applied to the lips first and putting it on over a sink or area that is easy to clean after will be a good idea too. It's quite gritty on the lips maybe even a bit too harsh which can leave you with sore lips, using it with a lip balm makes will therefore aid it in being alot less abrasive.  For this reason I prefer to use it only 1 time a day or 2 at the very most. Ideally I choose to put it on before bed or in the morning before I put any lipstick on.   

Scent: This lip scrub smells exactly like bubblegum! I'll admit I have tasted the product as well as it was almost impossible not to with it being on my lips and all and it tastes exactly like bubblegum too. The scent might be too sweet for some, it reminds me of the bazooka bubble gum we used to chew as kids so it doesn't bother me in the least. 

Performance: This scrub works better then any other lip product I've tried in removing dead skin, smoothing and hydrating the lips all at the same time. I do use this in combination with my Nivea Kiss of Honey lip balm which does a good job of hydrating but definitely doesn't take care of dehydrated flaking lips like this does.  


Price: The price is not terrible for the amount of product in the jar. I can see this lasting me a few months and because it works so well, the amount spent on it is already well worth it. Can you make this at home? I would assume it wouldn't be too difficult and probably more cost efficient. Maybe I'll make a little project of it some day soon. 

Packaging:  This product comes in a little glass jar with a screw on lid that closes quite tightly. I think it looks pretty nice too with the pink product in packaging with white words on a black label and black lid. The actual jar is quite small and therefore not too difficult to carry in a traveling bag as well. 

Variations: This lip scrub comes in two other flavors permanent to the Lush lip scrub line. They are called Mint Juleps and Popcorn none of which sound particularly appealing to me. I'll have to smell each of them the next time I step into a Lush store and see what I think then.  It is nice that there are other options for those who find the bubble gum version too sickly sweet.  

Overall: 

I absolutely love this lip scrub, my husband has snuck some for his own lips as well and that says alot about a product! It can be a bit messy and even irritating when overused or applied without a balm, the scent is super sweet and the price may be a bit much to some being that it's a pot of sugar more or less. The reason it has impressed me so much is that it actually works so well. The pretty packaging and bubblegum scent are great add ons and make this product that much more fun! The next time I head into Lush I will be trying more lip products from their line, that's for certain! 

Have you tried this lip scrub? Did you love it or hate it? Let me know in the comments, I love hearing from you!

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