Hanging with the Pros: Hair Stylist Lizzy Rose

A hair stylist determines whether or not you see daylight. Let's be real, getting your hair done isn't the easiest process that can be done. Every stylist has their own way of doing things and their knowledge on current fashion and products could either make or break a look. I had the pleasure of getting my hair done by Lizzy Rose in a salon called 8th & Main Hair Lounge located on 24355, 1/2 Main St, Newhall, CA 91321. I have also partnered with Lizzy to offer a 20% discount code using "The Lifestyle Diary" which hey who doesn't love a good discount!

10 Drugstore Makeup Must-Haves

Let's just all come to the agreement that makeup just isn't cheap! Sometimes brands really take advantage of the amount they make us pay because they know we will pay for the brand name. Drug store products don't get the hype they deserve! Everyone would rather pay $40 for a foundation when it could easily cost you $15 or less for something that could do the same thing or a $20 lipstick when there's $10 or less for lipsticks that are just as beautiful. Don't get me wrong splurge on what you want but maybe give the drug store option a chance to the job and still save you money! Here are 10 drug store products I use on myself and recommend for you to give a try!

4 Simple Body Scrubs

Every so often our skin needs to be exfoliated. Exfoliating our skin allows us to remove any dead skin that may be clogged underneath. Uncovering the skin underneath reveals the fresh new skin cells we had below. Exfoliating opens a way for moisturizing products to work more effective, leaving your skin looking fresh and healthy. Here are 4 body scrubs that have seemed to work for me. I am a pretty lazy person when it comes to having to go out and buy things, plus everything at the store has such a long list of ingredients, I don't know half of the things I am actually putting on my body. So when I make my own scrubs I know what exactly went into them and trust the stuff I am using. Plus not to mention it's way more cost efficient. Buying a body scrub from let's say Target can cost you up to $10, making your own scrub could cost you less than $3 if you already have the essential oils on hand.