Full Set Purple Vibes Dip Powder Nail Tutorial

So recently I did a post explaining the basics of the nail dip powder system. Learning to do my own nails has saved me so much money and has become something I really enjoyed doing! I love expressing myself through my nails, learning new techniques and personalizing my manicure.

In this post, I’ll be taking you step by step through my full set application. For the basics on how to dip your nails read my Beginner dip nail tutorial.

So my inspiration today was purple, my boyfriend recently bought me a bunch of glitter for my nails and this purple one was totally calling my name!!

I always do my nails over paper towel, if you’re messy like me take precautions. I also wear a mask over my nose and mouth to prevent myself from inhaling any dust through dipping or filing.

1. Apply dip powder to nails

Even though I am doing purple nails I used my Kiara Sky Clear dipping powder because it’s my favorite, feel free to use any color!

I apply 3 coats of the dip system before sealing it. When you first start out you might need to get the hang of it before you get an even, smooth dip every time. Also make sure you brush off the excess powder in between dips, I go through this in detail in my previous post.

Here’s my nails, first second and third dip

2. File and shape

Once I sealed in the dip, I file my nails so they are smooth. Like I said, once you get the hang of it, you will have to do less work filing, I pretty much just go over the whole nail to make sure it’s smooth.

3. Paint

Now it’s time for the fun part, I decided to do one glitter nails, 2 camouflage nails and the rest purple. The first thing I did was the glitter, I love glitter but it’s a mess and it stresses me out.

I applied a layer of clear nail polish and then poured the glitter over the nail and allowed it to dry. Once the glitter nails dried I encapsulated it with a thin layer of clear acrylic. I prefer to encapsulate glitter in acrylic versus dip powder because I found my clear powder dulling the glitter a little.

I painted the rest of my nails with two coats of Ciate’s Paint Pot polish on Spinning Teacup. It’s a beautiful pale lavender shade.

I chose the nails I wanted a camo design on and painted the two I was leaving purple with a clear coat.

This camo design is super easy, you just choose a few colors in your color palette, I almost always add black and white as well. I use a set of small paint brushes from Walmart, all these brushes are really useful when doing your nails but for this I specifically used the thin pointed pencil brush.

These are the polishes I chose : Sinful Colors in Tempest, Trust Fund Beauty’s Zero Carbs, Deborah Lippmann in Love Hangover plus a black and white polish.

Like I said camouflage nails are super easy you just paint different shaped and colored blobs, lol, I usually do about 3 spots of each color and then fill in any empty spots with black or white.

4. Top Coat and Bling

Make sure your design is COMPLETELY dry before top coating or it will run and get smudged. Once it dried, I top coated everything and decided to apply a couple stones to my plain nails.

I really love how these nails came out!!! I hope you try out camo nails or dip powder, if you do definitely send me your manis!!

Xoxo

-Frankie

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Journey of the Balkans Pt.1

This series is my travel diaries from my trip to Europe touring the Balkans, I worked with Treasures Tours on the Adriatic Adventure Tour through the beautiful countries of Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania and Croatia.

I began my journey in Stara Pazova, Serbia before meeting with the rest of the group. I was in awe at the beauty of Serbia leaving the airport, we stayed at the Hotel Vila Sunce which was walking distance from the cultural town center.

Our first full day in Serbia began with a visit to a local outdoor produce market Zelena Pijaca after breakfast where we sampled different Serbian delicacies, held some baby chicks and got to meet some amazing local people. After enjoying some gelato, we embarked on our day trip to the Srem District of Serbia, specifically Sremski Karlovci also known as the city of wine culture and spirituality.

This beautiful city lies on the coast of the Denube river and we toured a local fishing dock and restaurant, Dunav, where we enjoyed a beer while the owner caught our lunch.  While we waited for our fresh lunch to be prepared, we took a walk through the historic town admiring it’s architecture and style.

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After filling up on freshly caught fish, we made it back to the hotel to relax before taking a trip by car to the lively city of Belgrade, Serbia. Belgrade immediately caught the attention of the shopaholic in me, the streets lined with shoe stores and boutiques.  After shopping around and enjoying the scenery we grabbed a light dinner, for my dad just cake, at a restaurant with outdoor seating in the center of the city.

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With our stomachs full, we made our troop back to Stara Pazova to rest, in the morning we began our drive to Bosnia-Herzegovina.  The first city we visited in Bosnia was Sarajevo, we stayed at a lovely hotel that was a quick walk over a bridge to the city filled with local merchants, cafes and the occasional hookah lounge. We toured through the old part of town, Baščaršija, and enjoyed Cevapcici a Bosnian minced meat served with onions in bread.

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After more shopping, be prepared for a good amount of shopping throughout this trip, we stopped for Turkish coffee and Rose lemonade at an indoor/outdoor beautiful cafe. For lunch we enjoyed soup, shopski salad and goulash from Nanina Kuhinja in Sarajevo.

 

 

Our third day in Sarajevo was sadly our last, we started the day with a formal tour of the old part of the city before hopping on the bus and traveling to Mostar, Bosnia where we stayed at Hotel Villa Milas, walking distance to the Stari Most. The Stari Most is a reconstruction of a bridge that was destroyed during war.

 

 

We walked the old bridge and toured the historic town of Mostar, Bosnia, and ate dinner at the Hindin Han restaurant overlooking the water where they served large platters of different meats, vegetables and of course french fries.

 

We started off the next morning with a stunning hike to a castle up a mountain overlooking Polcitelj, Bosnia, the view was definitely worth the exercise and ruining my sandals.

 

Still not 100% sure we were allowed to tour the castle ruins but we showed ourselves up.

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Our mid-afternoon gelato provided us with energy for the next event for the day, visiting Kravice Falls. These waterfalls are something you must see if you’re traveling in Bosnia, especially in the summer, it is a great place to swim on a hot day! We swam, had a burger and a beer while enjoying the beautiful sunny day.

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We enjoyed our last night in Mostar by embracing it’s nightlife, enjoying some drinks and taking in the scenery before we arrived in Albania.

 

We were welcomed into Albania by yet another feast, as we arrived at our hotel after a long day of driving.  Our hotel, overlooking the city of Kruje was in the center of town, right next to the markets, the fifth century castle and museum and of course another little hike.

 

After walking through the Albanian history museum, and taking in the views from the top of the mountain, we re-fueled with espresso before heading into town to check out the shops and cafes!

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I hope you enjoyed part one of my Adriatic Adventure, stay tuned for part two where we finish up our stay in Albania and travel to Montenegro and Croatia, finishing up this trip in Slovakia!

Also make sure to check out Treasures Tours for all inclusive tours of the Adriatic, Slovakia, Mongolia and India!

xoxo

Frankie

January 2019 Beauty Favorites

I started 2019 off with so many new products, I pretty much switched up my whole makeup/skincare routine & girl it payed off.

Some of these favorites are products I’ve used for years along with some things I’ve recently picked up.

I hope you find some new products to try out!

Duvolle Face Brush $95 (I used a code that made it about $20)

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This face brush is a GAME CHANGER ladies, I actually just got it for Christmas but I have been using the exfoliating attachment on my face daily and it really did clean out my pores! Along with the exfoliating head it comes with a body brush (which is also bomb), a pumice stone and a facial cleansing brush with much softer bristles which I have not used yet.

# step up ya skincare 2019

Elf Brow Cream in Medium Brown $4

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You shouldn’t even think twice about this one, GO GET YOU ONE. I have been using this brow pomade since the summer and I’m still on the same pot, it’s long lasting and so pigmented! and $4!

*I definitely could have gone a shade lighter with this but the Medium Brown still works on me.

Trust ya girl on this one..

Physician’s Formula Butter Bronzer in Sunkissed $8.99

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Another product I have been using for a few months that you need in your life! This bronzer is so smooth (like butter), it blends out flawlessly and the best part is it smells like coconut.

Seriously I could eat it..

I also recently learned they have a Butter Blush and Butter Highlighter collection which I got my sister for Christmas and she loves.

Milk Makeup Kush Mascara $24

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This is my absolute favorite mascara, not just for this month, and not just because of the name..

If you don’t know already I am a huge fan of Milk Makeup and a cannabis supporter so when I found this mascara which conditions your eyelashes using cannabis oil I was hype.

Long story short this is a great mascara for lengthening the lashes & adding volume.

MAC Shiny Pretty Things Skinfinish in Snowflushed $35

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I got this highlighter for Christmas and it changed my life… if you saw my January product reviews you know I was obsessed with my Cover fx highlighting drops but this highlighter is BLINDING

Honestly my explanation won’t even do this highlight justice, girl take my word from it and check this highlighter out it’s literally stunning.

Colourpop Yes Please Eyeshadow Palette $16

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Yet another product you need in your life, I tend to migrate toward browns, oranges and yellows on my eyes so this palette was perfect for me. Colourpop shadows are so affordable and pigmented you really can’t go wrong.

This palette has a beautiful combination of matte and glitter shades so it is perfect to create so many eye looks!

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I hope you enjoyed my favorite products this month & I hope you check some of these out!!

xoxo

-Frankie

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Easy Beginner Full Face Makeup Tutorial

Hey everyone!!

So, I’ve decided to go back to the basics for this post and provide an in depth beginner tutorial or makeup basics. This tutorial isn’t just helpful for beginners, there are lots of awesome tips in this post so hopefully everyone can learn something new!

A great face of makeup starts with the skincare you apply under your makeup, I used to never moisturize or even apply primer before my foundation and constantly struggled with textured skin or patchiness.  Applying makeup on a fresh and primed face will make a huge different on the outcome of your makeup and how it lasts through the day.

I posted my morning and evening full skincare routine which you can read here, for an in depth skincare explanation.

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1. Primer

After my face is prepped I go in with my primer, there are a ton of primers that address many different skincare concerns including redness, enlarged pores and oiliness which is why I recommend choosing a primer based on your own skincare concerns.

I have been loving the Blur Stick primer by Milk Makeup which I did a full review on, you can read my review here.

I like to apply my primer with a beauty blender vs. my fingers because I think it applies more evenly.

2. Brows

Primer takes a few minutes to set to achieve the full benefits of it, which is one reason why I do brows next instead of foundation.  The other reason I choose this order is in case I mess up on my brows, this way I won’t mess up my foundation.

I have spoken before on my preference of brow pomades over pencils but I do believe brow pencils are more user friendly. For an in depth brow tutorial read this post, but to keep things simple and beginner friendly, I recommend using a retractable brow pencil to fill in sparse areas and add definition to the brows.

My favorite brow pencils:

ABH Brow Wiz $21

Morphe Micro Brow Pencil $5

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If you aren’t feeling the brow pencil all together, I recommend a clear or tinted brow gel to set the brows in place for the day!

3. Foundation

Now we’re ready to work on our face makeup, I always recommend purchasing a Beauty Blender for any makeup beginners, or really anyone. It is just such a versatile makeup tool and you can use it for so many different steps! Real Techniques makes a great quality affordable makeup sponge I have been using for years.

The same situation as with primers, there are different formulas of foundation for every skin type. My skin tends to be on the drier side, especially during winter so I tend to reach for a dewy foundation and stay away from anything matte. Maybelline Fit Me foundations come in regular and matte formulas, have a decent shade range and are affordable. I recommend this foundation to anyone dabbling in makeup.

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4. Setting Powder

A lot of people tend to skip setting powder as a step but it is extremely important, especially if you plan on using blush or bronzer and don’t want it to be streaky.  I tend to always use a translucent setting powder because it doesn’t mess with my foundation color and brightens my face.

While I am a fan of baking my face, this is a beginner tutorial so we are going to keep it simple.  Whether you choose a loose or pressed powder, set your face using a large powder brush but DO NOT RUB.  I see a lot of people rubbing in foundation or powder and it causes micro exfoliation especially on dry skin which can cause texture to show through your makeup. I recommend using gentle patting motions and if you feel you applied too much, lightly dust off the excess.

5.  Contour, Blush & Highlight

Now that you have a flawless smooth base, lets give it some definition and shape! The next thing I do is contour, my favorite product to use is the Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer, it blends out really smooth & smells like coconut! I apply bronzer right under my cheekbones using an angled contour brush like this one from Wet n Wild.

Next for blush I use a fluffier less dense brush to apply a very small amount of blush. I find coral and peachy tones to compliment my skin tone best but you can choose one that you prefer! And the blush is applied to the apples of your cheeks and blended up into the contour! Don’t forget to use a light hand!

Now my favorite part, highlight, I did a post dedicated to highlighter you can read here, but for beginners I recommend a pressed powder highlight because it is easy to work with! Apply your highlight to the top of the cheekbones, your brow bones, the bridge and/or tip of your nose and the cupid’s bow. Highlighter is applied to the points of the face you want to bring out.

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6. Eye Makeup

Since it’s a beginner post I’m going to do a super easy neutral everyday eye shadow tutorial. I chose this Naked Basics palette because it has the perfect combination of colors. I would start by taking the light shade foxy and applying it all over the eye for a smooth base/transition.  With an eye blending brush, start to define the crease by blending “Naked 2” in circular motions.

Once the crease starts to become defined pick up “Crave” on a blending brush but focus it in the outer corner of the crease. Make sure you are blending so there are no harsh lines.  I would then take “Venus” and highlight the inner corner and brow bone if you didn’t want highlighter there for a more subtle look.

Now you can stop here, or apply the black shade with a pencil brush along the lash line to define the lashes since we won’t be doing winged liner or false lashes. This is the basics of eye makeup and you can use this technique with any shades!!

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7.Mascara

To keep it simple, we’re gonna skip winged liner and false lashes and stick with mascara. For a more dramatic look feel free to curl your lashes as well.  Make sure to always apply your mascara from root to the tip of the lash for maximum lash definition and length.

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8. Lips

I’m a lover of liquid lipsticks, I think they are super easy to apply, they last all day and they don’t smudge so they are completely user friendly! If you don’t have liquid lipsticks you can opt for a gloss but I definitely recommend trying some out!!

My favorite liquid lipsticks:

Maybelline Super Stay Matte Ink $10

Stila Stay All Day Lipstick $22

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I hope you enjoyed my beginner makeup tutorial! Leave a comment for any tutorials you want to see in the future!

xoxo

-Frankie

Testing New Beauty Products – January 2019 Pt.2

So as promised, the part 2 of new products I have tested! I’ve reviewed a few different types of products for you guys including: makeup, face masks, one hair product & more!

I hope you enjoy learning about some of the products I’ve been loving and definitely check some of them out!

01. Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick in “angelo” $22

This was my first Stila lip product I’ve tried and it was a pretty good overall experience. It has a really pleasant warm scent, I think it’s vanilla. This lip product applies very smoothly and you do not really need more than one coat since it is a pigmented opaque color.

As for the color itself I was not the biggest fan, but I have still been making it work. I usually don’t wear colors this light or this pink but it a pretty dust rose/mauve shade. This lipstick does transfer a little bit at first so I recommend dabbing a little off once you apply, but once it dries it does stain the lips a little and last throughout the day

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Review: 5/5

02. NYX Sugar Trip Squad Highlighting Palette $11

For as much of a NYX fan that I am I was surprised to realize I had never tried one of their highlighters before. I received this palette for Christmas from my sister and at first glance I loved the packaging, it was super colorful and drew me in.

There is 6 highlighters in this palette which is already a great deal but at first, honestly, I was a little nervous seeing hot pink, bright yellow/gold and red shades. But upon swatching, the colors are completely wearable!

The third shade from the left is totally my favorite, it’s a bright champagne colored highlight, I have been wearing a combination of the pink, champagne & gold highlight, this is the 7th swatch on my arm! Although the last two shades are too dark as a highlight for my pale skin they are super pigmented and make great shimmery eye shadow colors! Overall this palette is super affordable and you get 6 awesome shades to play around with!

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Review 4/5

03. Violet Voss Berry Burst Fun Sized Palette $18

This was another gift from my lovely sister, and I was excited immediately when I saw these colors! You get 6 matte shades including neutral browns, and two purple/red shades. This palette also has 4 shimmer shades which are AMAZING I was shocked at the pigmentation of these shades, and if you wet your brush it’s even more intense.

This palette gives you the perfect shade range to create tons of different looks, is affordable and small but has a mirror so it’s easy to travel with! I definitely will be looking more into this brand in the future and definitely recommend their eye shadows!

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Review: 6/5

04. Matcha Antioxidant Face Mask $24

This mask I purchased in Target a few months ago and forgot about.. I re-discovered it in my collection and upon first impression, was not impressed.  For starters, this mask is pricey and you don’t really get a lot of product I have already finished the small, 2 oz. jar this month.

This mask also does not smell pleasant, not that a mask has to smell pleasant but instead of smelling the match & chamomile ingredients all I smelled was clay, which to me personally smells bad.  After regularly using this product until I finished it, I did not really notice any benefits to my skin that would justify the price so for me, a no go.

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Review: 2/5

05. L’Oreal Paris Yuzu Lemon Pure Clay Mask $6.99

So initially I received this mask as a sample, but after smelling the strong, refreshing lemon scent and feeling how smooth my skin was after exfoliating I knew I needed it.

My favorite parts of this mask are the pleasant lemon scent, as I already mentioned, and the fact that once you are done with the mask it exfoliates your skin as you take it off with the small beads in it.

This mask is amazing and I definitely recommend.

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Review 5/5

06. Ion Multi-Benefit Styling Creme $6.99

I have pretty long hair that is slightly damaged and can be dry, although I try to limit the heat I use on my hair it is not practical for me to cut out heat tools altogether.  My hair routine recently has been either braiding my hair or doing a blow-out, this keeps my hair maneagable since I only wash my hair 2-3 times a week because of how dry it is.

I use this product on my wet hair before I do a blow out and it keeps my frizz tamed, my hair smooth and shiny until my next wash! If I find my ends looking dry or frizzy I apply a tiny bit to them and it saves my hair. This styling creme also smells really clean and fresh so I love using it in my hair.

Review: 4/5

And that’s all of the products I’ve tried this month, I hope you enjoyed reading & hope you find something new and cool to try out!!

xoxo

-Frankie

 

 

 

 

DIY Dip Powder Nails Beginner Tutorial

So, recently I have embarked on the journey of doing my nails at home instead of going to the salon. I needed to save money but couldn’t sacrifice my extra and glamorous nails, if you can relate then I’m here to help sis.

I dabbled in acrylic before stumbling on to dip powder but I find this way easier, let me know if you want a beginner acrylic post as well! *Disclaimer: I  am not a professional nail tech*

Dip powder or “SNS powder” is supposed to be a safer alternative to acrylic, it definitely is not as pungent which was my least favorite part about working with acrylic and it is a lot easier, so now let’s get to the tutorial!

Dip Powder Nails for Beginners!!!

The first thing I do is the same as any manicure, I shape and file my natural nails and clean up my cuticles. After this I lightly buff the surface of my natural nail so my nail tips will adhere better.

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ASP Prep N’Clean $8.49

Once I dust off the nail powder from my nails I go in with a Nail Dehydrator, I’ve been using the ASP Prep N Clean from Sally’s and I find this really helps prevent lifting,

 At this point it’s time to apply the nail tips, there are so many different shapes and colors of nail tips it can be overwhelming. I mostly use clear nail tips versus the natural shade or white because I tend to do transparent colors on my nails or straight up clear, this way there is no opacity from the tip coming through.

You can also get pre-shaped tips which saves A LOT of time, I have been using coffin shaped tips but they have almond, stiletto and square! If you are doing dip powder on your natural nails you can skip this step.

These are a few of my favorite nail tips: *don’t forget nail glue*

500pc. Clear Coffin Nail Tips $7.99 – Amazon

Clear Cut-Out Nail Tips $6.99 – Sally’s

If your nail tips aren’t pre-shaped you will have to shape them yourself, I like to use an 80/100 grit nail file to do this and you can find them for about $2 at Sally’s. You also wan’t to file where the tip meets your natural nail a little to make it smoother.

Once our nails are shaped and ready to go we are ready to start dippin’, I have tried a few dip powder brands and while none of them were bad my favorite powder is from Kiara Sky. If you are just starting out with dip nails I recommend getting a starter kit with everything you’ll need for fierce nails.

Kiara Sky French Dip System Starter Kit $108  

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There are also more inexpensive options you can find on Amazon or at Sally’s!

ASP Color Acrylic Quick Dip Kit $25 – Sally’s

Cuccio Pro Dip Powder Starter Kit $36 – Amazon

To make it as easy as I can, you will need at least, a dip bond, a dip activator and the dipping powder.

For this tutorial  I’m going to be using my favorite ASP Dip Bond/Base $10, ASP Step 3 Quick Bond Activator $10 and Kiara Sky Clear Dip Powder $15.99.

  1. Go over the top 3/4 of the nail (including the tip) with Step 2 or your Dip Bond, this stuff dries up quick so make sure to do one nail at a time and CLOSE THE BOTTLE in between, trust me I have gone through too many…
  2. Now you want to dip the nail you painted with Step 2 into the dip powder, the dip powder will only adhere where you put the bond so make sure you take your time and apply it neatly to save clean up time at the end.
  3. Repeat this step of applying the bond and then dipping about two more times or until you reach your desired nail thickness.(brush off powder in between with fluffy brush; I use an old highlighter brush) The neater you are with this the less filing you will have to do after; do each nail one by one.
  4. After you have finished dipping, apply one coat of Step 2 to each nail and give it a few seconds to dry.  Follow the coat of bond with a coat of your activator or Step 3 and your nails will be ready for filing!

As you can see, the dip system is not too complicated and trust me, it gets easier the more you do it & you will see improvements with practice as in anything.

At this point I file my nails and make sure they are shaped how I want them, I use an electric nail file but you can still have a great manicure by hand filing it just takes a little more time but I did this for a long time.

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If you choose to hand file I recommend using an 80/100 grit file but you can use whatever your preference is.  If you are interested in an electric file here is the one I use that’s only $20 on Amazon and comes with a bunch of filing attachments!

At this point I would just top coat my nails and call it a day but you can paint them with regular polish or gel polish! I tend to dip my nails in my desired color which saves me from painting my nails (which I hate).

I hope you enjoyed my Beginner Dip Powder nail tutorial and try it out yourself! I will be doing a post on how to encapsulate glitter in dip powder and other nail tutorials so stay tuned!

And here’s some more pics of nails I’ve done with dip powder!

xoxo

-Frankie

 

Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Recipe

Hey everyone!

So if you read my 2019 Fitness Goals post you would know that my goal this year is to get healthy! One big step I’m taking towards this is to eat more regularly, being busy with work in school really got me in the habit of eating my first meal around 4 pm or later.

To put this goal in action I have been making sure I eat breakfast which has been harder for me than I thought it would be.  Since I do not really have an appetite in the mornings, smoothies have been the way to go for me.  I try to start my day off with something healthy and it really has been putting my mornings off to a good start!

During my Christmas shopping I found this Berry flavored Greens Powder by Nutritionworks at T.J. Maxx it was only $10 and has 35 different greens, whole foods & super-foods in it!  Since my diet does not include nearly as many nutrients as it should I was excited to try it out but was a little nervous due to my previous greens powder encounters (chalky flavor).

I was able to mask the flavor of this greens powder with this delicious smoothie recipe, I included lots of berries to go along with the powder’s berry flavor.  This greens powder includes:

  • Spirulina- which is packed with nutrients and has a plethora of health benefits
  • Barley Grass- high in fiber, calcium, folic acid and potassium
  • Wheat Grass- high in antioxidants & vitamins A, C, E, iron and amino acids
  • Brussel sprouts- (which I love) vitamins A & K, high in fiber and potassium

and 31 more!!!

This greens powder only has 20 calories and is the perfect addition to smoothies, this is the smoothie recipe I have been eating every morning. Hope you enjoy!

Banana Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie – 320 calories

1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

1 scoop Nutritionworks Greens Powder or any subsitute

1 cup frozen bananas & blueberries

1/2 cup frozen pomegranate seeds

1 Tbs honey or alternate sweetener

  1. First, I add my almond milk (or any dairy-free milk) and greens powder to my blender.
  2. I then add my frozen fruit ( don’t add the seeds just yet)
  3. I next add the pomegranate seeds and honey and blend one last time(feel free to sub the pomegranate seeds for anything else!)
  4. Enjoy!!!