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The Best Facial Roller for Jaw Tension

If you follow me on Instagram, this is probably not the first time you’re seeing this little facial tool as I’ve used it time and time again on my Stories. Let’s not beat around the bush – the Sarah Chapman Facialift is the best thing that’s happened to me in 2020 in terms of self-care.

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Skin Toning with the ReFa CARAT Roller

I am legitimately becoming a skin tool person. Rollers, massagers, gua sha, red light therapy, hair removal, microcurrent devices…friends, I’m trying it all. (Did you read my post on my favorite devices? I mean, someone has to do it and report back, right?) However, I feel the need to get down to the nitty-gritty in […]

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My Ultimate Skincare and Makeup Favorites

My Ultimate Skincare and Makeup Favorites

Let’s talk about tried-and-true, come-back-to-again-and-again products that unequivocably bear the Whoorl Stamp o’ Approval, shall we? You simply can’t go wrong with these picks and I’m willing to fight ya over it. My Ultimate Skincare and Makeup Favorites Let’s get started with skincare. (Asterisks next to the ones I haven’t written about before!)     […]

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Necessaire Rocks My Body

While healing my facial skin from my bout with perioral dermatitis earlier this year, I decided it was the perfect time to cease reviewing facial products and jump into body care. I rounded up all of the PR samples and products from around my house and started a 2-month testing period of tons of soaps, […]

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Your Favorite Things From This Summer – Beauty Edition

Ever wonder what products mentioned on this blog are the most popular? One of my favorite things about this website is doing a deep dive into my analytics at the end of each month to see what’s resonating with you, and I thought I might share with you all going forward! (Maybe make this a […]

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How To Clean Your Makeup Brushes

Cleaning makeup brushes isn’t the most thrilling task, but it certainly needs to be done. Bacteria, dead skin cells, oils, and product residue can accumulate quickly and cause a bit of a ruckus on your skin so it’s ideal to wash your brushes once a week, although it’s more of a twice-a-month thing for yours […]

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