Wednesday What Not: Tips and Tricks for the skin
I see you questioning now. Tomatoes are great for the skin. Have dark spots or blemishes? Cut up a tomato, rub it on your skin, let it dry and then rub it off. You will be amazed at the results!
Watermelon is good for your blemishes, so eat up plenty of this health fruit. However, if a blemish has surfaced rub a piece on your face and let it dry. You rinse of the watermelon and the blemish will begin to go down in size.
It is all the rage and does some amazing stuff for your skin and hair. Drink it up for the best results. It will make your skin glow and your hair soft and smooth. One interesting thing about coconut water is that when you drink it, it cools you from the inside out. This will help you stay cooler on those hot July days!
In the summer, my skin gets dry from the summer heat. Nothing is better than mixing a cup of buttermilk into your bath. You will feel the difference immediately and what girl doesn’t enjoy a relaxing bath?
Keeping skin Healthy
Don’t forget that you should try to protect your face. The skin here is sensitive and the most noticeable area for wrinkles to appear. Try a fun beach hat.
This hat is $14.99 at Target and well worth the cash, if you ask me!
Also, coverups are nice to keep your skin sun free and help transition into lunch on the beach!
This too is available at Target, but many options are available to you.
Please! Please! Do not forget your sunscreen. There is no need to damage the skin.
Of course, do not forget your fun flare at the beach. Trisha Trixie designs has nautical earrings, shoes, scarves and other flare to build up your ensemble. Thinking of having a picnic on the beach Trisha Trixie would love to custom design an apron to match your suit!
First off sorry for the delay in this post. Sometimes, as a real person, life gets away from us ya know?
Anyway, As promised I wanted to share and talk to you about Fascinators and show you different styles, shapes and trends as well as the different types of Fascinators out there. I already did a small video for you back on Try it Tuesday if you want to go view that. (Warning the video isn’t super great but I will get better as I go along)
A fascinator is a headpiece, a style of millinery. The word originally referred to a fine, lacy head covering akin to a shawl and made from wool or lace, but mostly feathers. In the modern usage, it refers to a woman’s alternative to hat for formal attire; it is usually a large hair decoration on a band or clip with elaborate trimmings and decoration like a formal hat and it can incorporate a base to make it a miniature hat.
A substantial fascinator is a fascinator of some size or bulk
Bigger than a barrette, modern fascinators are commonly made with feathers, flowers or beads. They need to be attached to the hair by a comb, headband or clip. The fun, fanciful ornament is often embellished with crystals, beads, or loops of ribbon, and attaches via a comb or headband; some have a small, stiff, flat base that can be secured with bobby pins.
(all info from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fascinator )
Here are some Fascinators I have worn in some of my photo shoots or for/at events
And here are some I have made and sell…(more to follow soon and if you want a CUSTOM one let me know and I will customize some for you, a group or function, etc)
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Here are some others wearing Fascinators
If you would like to buy any of these or order a custom Fascinator please go to my TrishaTrixie Shop and order one to be bagged in a cute bag, tissue paper and right to your door. CLICK HERE FOR SHOP