By @guyg_ - wedding in flushing
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Ok...you asked for it, here it is. One of my natural beauty secrets: natural and nontoxic beauty doesn’t have to be “blah”! Yes, I spend most of my time traveling to eco-friendly hotels completely immersed in nature which means I barely put makeup on and use an organic aloe gloss on my nails, but there are also those occasions when I want some extra spark without harming my health or the planet. The right type of conscious balance, you know? So, here’s my tip for nail polishes. If you live in Miami, go to @luvnailshop for some organic and nontoxic love. If you go to an ordinary salon, take your sustainable and non-toxic polishes with you! A brand I adore and use is @handmadebeauty_db. Their polishes (swipe left) are 7-free, which means they lack 7 of the most harmful and poisonous chemicals other nail polishes have. Why is this important? Because your nails absorb everything you put on them, just like your skin. If it’s full of toxic ingredients, your health will take the fall. Below is a list of the 7 toxic ingredients in regular polishes, their effects on your health, and why you should avoid them. Did you guys know all this? Tag someone who needs to learn about this. Share the conscious love! 😍♻️ ❌Toluene: Used as a solvent, most usually as a paint thinner. Inhaling high levels of it can be harmful to your nervous system, cause birth defects and developmental problems.
❌Dibutyl Phtalate: Commonly used as a plasticizer. It is linked to cancer, birth defects (such as malformation in the embryo)
❌Formaldehyde: Commonly used to preserve dead bodies. It is irritating, triggers asthma, carcinogen.
❌Formaldehyde Resin: Used in the production of adhesives. It is also an allergen.
❌Camphor: Used as cover in nails. Poison that can cause seizures and disorientation in large doses, also dyes nails yellow.
❌Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP): Chemical used in plastics to improve flexibility. It can be an endocrine disrupter, affecting hormones and reproductive health.
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Put it in the work and the results will show in one way or the other. Work hard and don‘t let yourself down if you are not able to reach your goals in some training sessions or goal races. One thing I‘ve learned in the last years is that running is a sport that builds on consistency and perseverance! Grind and you‘ll get what you‘ve worked for🤙🏼
Werbung durch Markennennung und Verlinkung 👩🏼🍳Neues Kochbuch📚 neues essglück 😅 🍽💕 oder wie seht ihr das? 😁
#Mugsoups heißt es...also schnelles Suppenglück aus der Tasse 👍oder die 9 Minuten Tasse ....oder...😄 Meine Tochter und ich👭🏼 haben uns für " Parsley & Potato = Kartoffelsuppe mit Petersilie entschieden 🍜
Das #rezept ist denkbar simpel 👍 für genaueres wie immer 👉👉 #bittewischenzumgucken 🕵🏼♀️ und es ist für 1 Becher...bei 2 Tassen hat sich die Kochzeit minimal verändert 👍
Damit gehen wir jetzt auf die Couch und lassen es uns schmecken 🍜😋💛 Mal schauen was ich als nächstes probieren werde😅📚 sind echt tolle Rezepte drin😍
Ich wünsche euch einen schönen Abend 🤗😘❤
Just got married this weekend and of course did my own makeup!!!!
Brows: @katvondbeauty Pomade in Dark Brown
Eyes: @makeupgeekcosmetics @marlenastell @mannymua733 palette and @natashadenona "golden rose"
Liner: @patmcgrathreal perma precision liquid matte eyeliner
Lashes: @velourlashesofficial trust me try it
Mascara: @lancomeofficial Monsieur Big WATERPROOF
Foundation: @esteelauder Double Wear x @iliabeauty True Skin
Powder: @hourglasscosmetics Translucent Veil
Contour: @thekatvond Subconscious Powder
Blush: @toofaced "Papa Don't Peach"
Lipstick: @jerrodblandino #TooFaced "Hot Flash" glitter lipstick .
Just below the nearly 12,000’ summit of Bald Mountain, we stopped on our way back down to take in the view. Trying to enjoy this while we can because it could snow enough to close the highway any day now. Or worse—with the way this wildfire season has gone—it could all burn down.
On the right side of the sky you can see the smoke from the Murdock Basin Fire which has now burned for three weeks and counting. It seemed to grow at a scarily fast pace right before our eyes with those high winds that kicked up just as we were starting Sunday’s ascent.