100 Percent Pure Eyeshadows & Blushes

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I’m very excited to review 100 Percent Pure’s new pressed eyeshadow shades, satin eyeshadow shades & blushes today. I’m a 100% Pure Approved Blogger which means that I have the opportunity to test their newest products and share my personal opinion with you all. A big thank you to 100% Pure and of course, you, for reading. Here’s what I love about these compact little gems:

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Maui Hawaii Travel Diary

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I went to Oahu for the first time last year and all I could think about was how can I get here again. The answer – airline miles! Thank goodness for them. My friend and I arrived into Kahului airport and rented a car at night. I suggest getting a flight that arrives while there’s still sunlight because seeing the island from a window seat thousands of miles up in the air is spectacular. We headed to Kihei and had a super late dinner at Sansei Restaurant & Bar. Maui is a very quiet island compared to Honolulu & Waikiki. Bars & restaurants shut down early and Sansei seemed to be one of just a few bars open til midnight or later. It happened to be karaoke night at Sansei and 50% off late night special time!

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Goodbeing Subscription Box Review (July)

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Very late but here goes – July’s Goodbeing box is full of well-known brands in the green beauty world & is a $75 value for $21. Here’s what I received:

derma e Microdermabrasian Scrub ($10 value)
The derma e Microdermabrasian Scrub definitely reminds me of traditional microdermabrasian scrubs. It’s got Dead Sea Salt & Volcanic Sand to buff away dead skin cells and help to retexturize dull skin. I’m an advocate of frequent exfoliation so that your skincare products can get to work rather than sit outside on a layer of dead skin cells. The creaminess of this scrub also makes it a pleasant scrubbing experience that also nourishes skin.

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New York City Travel Diary

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We arrived into NYC on a Friday evening and immediately started looking online for places to eat. We decided on one only a few blocks away called Secara, a Columbian restaurant serving fine Columbian cuisine and then tried to visit some popular rooftop bars only to find that there was an insane waiting list to take the elevator up. I was amazed at how every block was lined with an endless number of restaurants, shops & cafés galore. Everything is literally at your fingertips.

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