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Our feet carry us through life, they connect our divine energy back to the earth and keep us rooted to the ground… isn’t it about time we return the favor?
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onsra -Sep 30, 2014, 11:12PM
What a great handmade gift idea, super easy and fast to make, but everyone would think you put a lot of time into it. I would love to use this after a long day and a good bath. http://onsradesigns.blogspot.com/
Manish Gupta -Sep 26, 2014, 12:50AM
Thanks for sharing. Its seems to be a great tip and moreover it fits in our pocket. Would surely give it a try and hope to achieve great results.

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Post image for 5 Hairstyles We’re Loving For Fall

As the seasons change, so does hair.  Read more »

Juniper -Oct 18, 2014, 11:22AM
I love the three rows. Can that intern do a post on how she gets that awesome color?
Arika -Sep 21, 2014, 8:31PM
These are all so cute-need to try them for school and work!

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Post image for Natural Beauty Battle: Tinted Moisturizer

I’ve always had a complicated relationship with any form of foundation.  Read more »

-Oct 12, 2014, 3:45PM
Beautycounter has great tinted moisturizers! https://laurenespinoza.beautycounter.com/Home
Alix -Sep 17, 2014, 6:06PM
Yes, a 3rd vote for Andalou BB -- tint plus SPF. It's so pretty. I use it every day and combine it with Dr. Haushka's tinted cream when I want more coverage. The only downside is I don't love the citrus-y smell but that's pretty minor.

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Post image for Organic Self Tanner & 10 Essential Tips

I used to be addicted to self tanner. Read more »

Kaitlin -Sep 19, 2014, 1:41PM
I love the little silk blue V-neck PJ set you're wearing! Where is that from? Cheers!
Moriah -Sep 16, 2014, 9:25PM
I love this! I was looking for something like this! xox purelybeingher.blogspot.com

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Post image for Take Metallics Up A Notch With Gold-Leaf Nails

Metallics are having a major moment right now in both the fashion and beauty worlds. Read more »

Alexandra -Sep 10, 2014, 12:55PM
Lovely! Metallics are so great because they're versatile for casual or formal - and every season. The gold leaf detail would be beautiful on a maroon mani. Warm Regards, Alexandra www.littlewildheart.com
Sara -Sep 10, 2014, 12:28PM
Love this. I'd enjoy seeing a post about the color oxblood (always makes me dream of fall) or of how to wear knee-high socks - I have a ton of them but for some reason feel a little uninspired about how to work them into my everyday wardrobe right now xoxo Sara http://www.restlessnomads.com

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Curly hair is a beautiful thing. A beautiful thing that can sometimes have a mind of its own. Read more »

Emme -Oct 17, 2014, 12:49PM
First, and foremost, find a hairstylist that will cut your hair dry! There's no point using all the right products if your hair has not been shaped properly. Personally, I go to someone who has been trained in the Deva method. I've also heard good things about Ouidad stylists. Second, I agree with those who say that no one method will work for everyone. You have to experiment with products and methods to find the ones that are best for you. Example, everyone raves about coconut oil, and while my skin loves it, it doesn't do a damn thing for my hair. My best oil seems to be olive oil. I mix up a batch of olive oil and different essential oils, heat it in the microwave, and leave it in my hair for at least an hour once a week. Except for when I do a hot oil treatment, I only co-wash with a conditioner, use another heavier conditioner for conditioning, and then use a leave-in conditioner/detangler. When I do shampoo, it's sulfate-free, and I never use anything in my hair that contains silicones. I never brush my hair, I only comb it in the shower when it has lots of conditioner in it. (My hair tangles like crazy.) Like I said, experiment and have fun with it! Check out the "Curly Girl Method" book, the "Naturally Curly" website, or go to Youtube and check out all the videos. Find what works best for you.
Keo -Oct 15, 2014, 12:19PM
I've read a lot of articles and posts about how to handle naturally curly hair and I've found that the best thing to do is to keep experimenting. You'll never know what works best for your hair until you've actually tried some of these methods. I recently started drying my hair upside down with a diffuser which has made a big difference in the shape of my curls. They are lighter and bouncier since they haven't been weighed down by water/gravity. I would love to let my hair air dry but I find that the curl doesn't form as well. The tshirt trick has worked like a charm. But if I use any sort of leave-in conditioner or oil, it works against my curls. No one set of rules will apply to all unruly hair. Don't give up and keep playing with different tricks and tips to see what works for you!

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Post image for The End Of Summer Face Mask Your Parched Skin Needs

As much as we don’t want to admit it, we’ve all done it. Read more »

Sarah -Sep 08, 2014, 5:55PM
how long does it last for? :)
One Weird Moon -Sep 07, 2014, 2:09PM
I'll bet a drop or two of lavender oil and peppermint oil would feel fantastic in this. http://oneweirdmoon.blogspot.com/

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Post image for 6 Gifts To Give To Your Body

With so much coming at us from all angles every day, it may slip our minds that the most effective of healers are with us at all times: our very own bodies. Read more »

DynamicMMA -Sep 10, 2014, 8:35AM
I treasure having a healthy body and never realize that my love for having enough sleep is one way I get to achieve it.
Zoe -Sep 04, 2014, 1:23PM
Yes to all these! so much truth. Zoe http://www.bohomixology.com

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Post image for 6 Ways To Feel Lighter

UPDATE: This post originally ran on July 30th but we wanted to share it again for some late summer inspiration! Read more »

Sylvia -Sep 17, 2014, 4:16PM
Nothing is better for your skin than water! http://www.americanbeautymall.com
Maïa -Sep 02, 2014, 8:27AM
Thanks for this tips ! I love quinoa too, I could eat it all the day ! Every morning I drink a glass of warm lemon water and it really helps my body to wake up. xx, Maïa www.wildandfolkheart.com

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Post image for Our Fall Beauty Resolutions

The shift is subtle, until we’re suddenly acutely aware: Crumpled leaves litter the ground, school buses begin their early morning rumble, and apples, squash, and dark leafy greens start their farmer’s market takeover. Read more »

Ashlee -Oct 17, 2014, 12:15PM
The waterbottle appears to be a Klean Kanteen for anyone still looking for it.
Liz -Sep 04, 2014, 2:34PM
I am digging that water bottle! Can you please tell us who makes it?

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Post image for The Benefits Of Eating Fossils

It’s true: I eat fossils every day.

I know you’re thinking, “Brigette. Girl. What are you talking about.” Allow me to introduce you to a little gold mine known as diatomaceous earth. Read more »

Wyatt Henderson -Oct 13, 2014, 2:02AM
For those saying "WARNING DO NOT EAT" because it's 'poisonous' or 'dangerous' to us, know this. There are only references to it being dangerous when INHALED. NOT ingested. AND inhalation problems only occur with DE that contains Crystalline Silica. Amorphous silica, which is what food grade DE is mostly made of, Is not dangerous— even if iToday's common D.E. formulations are safer to use as they are predominantly made up of amorphous silica and contain little or no crystalline silica.nhaled for many many years. Food grade DE contains less than 1% crystalline silica, which is harmful if inhaled. Crystalline silica IS safe for ingestion, however it is unwise as it can be inhaled in the process.
Beka -Sep 03, 2014, 9:24AM
This stuff can seriously harm your digestive tract. DIATOMACEOUS EARTH IS A PESTICIDE! It works by cutting apart little insects like fleas. CUTTING THEM APART! This stuff can really hurt you & there are reports of people suffering from intestinal bleeding (as in pooping out blood slime) because they ate this pesticide. Did I also mention this pesticide is made of silica? You know, that ingredient you try so hard to avoid at the beauty counter? PLEASE DO NOT EAT THIS!

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Post image for Double-Duty Beauty: Unexpected Uses For Your Favorite Products

When it comes to our everyday beauty routines, the simpler the better. Read more »

Mariuca from NNUMM -Aug 31, 2014, 12:34PM
it seems very obvious to iron with a flat iron but I'd never thought about it, it's brilliant!
dani -Aug 26, 2014, 2:57AM
Coconut oil is my #1 go to; It's my body moisturizer, my facial moisturizer, my makeup remover (seriously! it works wonders!).... I don't even wear any foundation or powder makeup anymore, and I get compliments on my skin all the time. It's nature's miracle! <3 dani http://blog.shopdisowned.com

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