Update Your Beauty Routine With Dove Dry Oil Collection

Springtime is here, ladies! Flowers are in bloom, the sun is beaming brightly, and the time has come to shed layers of clothing and show some skin! I don't know about you guys, but down in the south the temperatures are steadily rising and I'm starting to see A LOT of skin. And it isn't even sundress season yet!

As a mommy and wife who is always on the go, I want to make sure my skin is in the best condition-- no matter the change in the weather nor season. And I want to do so without all the fuss of using so many different products or spending a lot of money. So I've added two new products to my morning and evening beauty routine and I'm sharing them with you today! I’ve partnered with Dove to tell you all about their New Dove Dry Oil Collection featuring their Dove Dry Oil Beauty Bar and Dove Dry Oil Moisture Body Wash.

Books | Spring Reading List

Happy Tuesday, everyone! Today I'm linking up with The Broke and the Bookish for Top Ten Tuesday to share Ten Books on my Spring TBR list. This season, I plan to read books I already own before purchasing (or checking out) new ones. Hopefully I can stick to the program, because my book wishlist is a mile long! Please tell me I'm not the only one, guys!

Below are the books on my tentative list. Any of them are subject to change--but as of now, I think I have a pretty solid list.

Five Favorites | Pink Lippies

beauty for women of color

How many of you can remember the first time you fell in love with a lipstick? While I do recall the love I felt the day 7 year old me smeared on my Aunt V's burgundy Fashion Fair lipstick, nothing compares to the first time I purchased my very own. It was the most blindingly brilliant, highlighter neon shade of bubblegum pink you could imagine. I'm an 80's baby, so it's possible that I saw a lot of this particular shade on TV at some point in my childhood (along with stirrup pants and leg warmers, but that's another story). Anyways, I bought this bright beauty on the sneak while my dad was picking up medicine from our local drugstore. I had a couple of crumpled up dollars in my pocket (probably lunch money that I forgot to give the cafeteria lady) and I boldly walked over to the counter adjacent to the pharmacy, as daddy was totally not paying attention. I handed the cashier my $2 + tax and secured my very first impulse purchase.
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