I usually treat myself to do-it-yourself home body treatments all year round, but the winters here in New Mexico wreak havoc on my skin. It can be incredibly expensive to go to a spa and it can sometimes be difficult to find one that uses eco-friendly products.
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This post is a bit shorter than my other travel posts, and for good reason! When you travel, either a few states or a few oceans away, your makeup routine should be streamlined. It is a pain to drag around a make-up case filled with everything under the sun. Continue reading Going Soulo: Simplify Your War Paint
This is the last cosmetic surgery article for this particular series. This is an incredible topic and I’m sure that I’ll be writing about it fairly often. But this particular installment may be the most interesting, and probably the one that is more applicable towards your daily life. Continue reading Plastic Surgery: Body Image + Identity
I’m just going to jump into this and not beat around the bush, because I find it ridiculous. There’s this new thing called ‘beauty tourism’. Heard of it? Until recently, I hadn’t, but it’s apparently rampant, with South and Central America as major destinations. Continue reading Plastic Surgery: Latina Obsession with Perfection
South Korea. The Land of the Morning Calm. And soon to be known as the Land of a Thousand Doppelgangers. You thought that cosmetic surgery here in the US was intense? Oh no. We haven’t even skimmed the surface. South Korea has the highest rate of plastic surgery per capita in the world. Continue reading Plastic Surgery: Scary Similarity in South Korea
We’re all old enough to admit that there are things we don’t like about our bodies.Sometimes it’s our hair, sometimes it’s our feet, and sometimes it’s everything in between. But does that mean we have to turn to plastic surgery to ‘fix’ it? Continue reading The History of Altering Our Bodies