This just in, in terrifying beauty news: Products with the word “natural” on their packaging may not necessarily be “safe” for your hair, skin or body. Since the laws in the US don’t require cosmetics to have FDA approval before
I’ve never been what you would call “outdoorsy.” The last time I went on a hike I was 13 (and only because it was camp-mandated) and my friends took to calling me “Wilderness Barbie” while I tried not to get
I’ve relied on Uber heavily since I’ve been abroad (“how would we survive here without Uber?” has been a constant refrain among my friends and I), and have noticed its absence in the places where it doesn’t exist, like Cambodia and
When in Australia, there are two things everyone should try: Surfing, and hanging out with a hot Australian local.Thanks to AirBnB experiences, I had the chance to try both for only $59…. And let me just say – Best. Money.
On a recent flight overseas, I started sobbing in the middle of Bad Mom’s. Not because it was the worst movie I’d ever seen, and I felt depressed that I’d wasted two hours of my life on it (though it was,
I’ve never really had a “bucket list,” mostly because adrenaline activities terrify me and I suck at planning ahead. But I suppose if you asked me the #1 place I wanted to see before I died, I’d choose Australia. (Do most
As a full time traveling remote worker (who also has lives with her boyfriend, calls her mom once a day, texts with her friends/siblings often, goes out all the time and waxes her entire body regularly) I tend to make a
I was once in a job interview with a Korean-American beauty director who asked me what I thought the next new “big” thing in beauty was going to be. “At-home dermaplaning, where you sort of shave your face with a razor,”