I absolutely love mushrooms and they are my regular lunch fix these days. I promise to show you the mushrooms in my beauty lunchbox series soon but first, these yummilicious portobello mushrooms! Meaty, tender and oh so succulent, they don’t just look good, they taste great! And today, I’ll show you the easiest way to prep these and get them into your mouth in 15 minutes! But be patient, before I show you how to make these, I’ll tell you why portobello mushrooms are a great source of plant protein good for our skin.
While I like buying makeup brushes more than I like buying makeup, I only use two makeup brushes daily–one for my face, and another for my eyebrows. That’s it. And I don’t even apply foundation on my face with a foundation brush anymore. Instead, I use a blush brush. Maybe some of you find the idea strange but I prefer a smaller brush because it helps me apply my foundation more evenly. That was why I thought the Real Technique Expert Face Brush might work for me and got it on a whim. Good thing it was an affordable whim too.
Okay, I just scored myself a pair of Dunk Sky Hi trainers from Nike and…I love them! This is a pair of wedge trainers and I get both height and comfort all at once! And they look really fashionable too! I had so many people coming up to compliment me about the shoes. So I don’t really care if they’re in fashion or out, or that they’re meant for under 19. They’re just going to chalk up some mileage with me for awhile.
Since some time last year, I began to notice BB creams being introduced by some of the natural brands. I was curious as to how they’ll measure up against the conventional brands and secretly desired to try them out. But given that I had my reservations especially since reviews on them weren’t stellar, I decided to hold off my purchase. Then a few weeks ago, I came across Andalou Naturals Beauty Balm and the reviews seem positive and so I got a tube to try. Having used it for awhile now, I’ll say I like the product but not the way the product is being positioned.