During this time of the year, for whatever reason I tend to get dry skin and I have to constantly moisturize. My lips are no exception, they get dry as well, so this yummy lip scrub will help to moisturize and make your dry lips soft and kissable again. I was inspired by Brit and Co for this DIY. This scrub is very simple and uses all edible ingredients so you don’t have to worry about accidently eating it. I use this scrub about once or twice a month just like I would use a face scrub, I find it does wonders! Lets get started!
All You need to make this scrub are things you can find at the grocery store, and you just need a little of each!
First and about a tablespoon of honey to a bowl or container, honey is extremely moisturizing and soothing, so it helps to sooth dryness
Next add about the same amount of olive oil, the oil is hydrating and will help to make your lips soft and kissable
Last add enough sugar to give you a thick grainy consistency. The sugar will act as an exfoliator removing any dead skin
You should get something that looks like this! Just take a small amount and rub it gently over your lips for about 2-3 min.
They should be left hydrated and soft! Good Luck!
I am always scouring the internet to find the best DIY projects to decorate my home, make snacks and up- cycle old clothes. It is always hit or miss, but mostly miss. However I have grown to love some and check their accounts for updates religiously. So without further adieu here are my top five all time favorite DIY accounts that you must check out! Click the link below for my Storify list! https://storify.com/Laurenhink/my-top-5-diy-accounts
This is my very first of hopefully many YouTube tutorials. This boho braided headband is a perfect and easy hairstyle for summer!
Name Brand workout clothes can be really expensive, but t-shirts aren’t always the cutest and most ventilated tops to workout in. So put some of your old t-shirts and transform them into this cute razorback workout tank! I got this idea from one of my favorite Youtubers, Blogilates. It’s super easy to make and comfy for a run to the gym! Lets get started!
All you are going to need for this DIY is an old t-shirt and a pair of scissors!
You want to start off by making a few cuts to turn your t-shirt into a tank top. You can mark the shirt with chalk or a marker to make the sleeves even. I however just cut one sleeve and then folded the shirt in half and used one side as an outline for the other. Cutting the hem off the bottom is NOT optional, you will need this piece to make the razorback!
Next, flip the shirt onto the back and cut in towards where your shoulder blades would be.
Next take the piece that was the bottom hem of your shirt and snip it so that it is one long strand. Stretch the strand tight so that it curls up and becomes more flexible.
Next, take the strand and wrap it around the back section of your shirt, and tie it in a double knot to secure it. Then continue to wrap the strand around the back section, until you run out of material, as shown in the picture. Simply double knot it when you get to the end and cut off ant lose fabric.
You should be left with a finish product that looks like this! It looks so cute with a bright colored sports bra!
I was inspired to do these nails form some of the adorable designs on Pinkous.com!