One day, I went to Wawa on 36th street as I sometimes do to buy coffee. Somehow I found myself walking into Urban Outfitters and saw they were having a $10 for 3 face mask sale. I’d had been wanting to try face sheet masks for a while anyway so I got them. All three were from Korean brand Tony Moly.
A short summary as to why I do is: Natural doesn’t equal good. Something I’ve said many times. You can stop reading now if you’d like. But there’s some stuff below you might find interesting.
My Experience at the Warehouse Sale
Sorry I took a break last week. I came back completely exhausted from all I had to do last week. I only recently got my apartment sorted out.
In case you don’t know, I recently started a paid internship at Estee Lauder, a company I’ve been trying to work for for years. My position is not exactly what I wanted but it’s a serious learning experience for me and I’m happy to have it.
My featured image is my first trial at twisting last December. Looking back, it took way more time than it had to and I didn’t make them small enough to last as long as I wanted (2 months). Anyway, I do think it was a good first trial and I have improved a lot since then.
I love twists because they are super easy to do and look good on anyone. You, my reader, should definitely try having them installed!
Soooo, here’s what I’ve learned about twists on my hair. I hope you find it somewhat useful.