A Guide to Necklaces and the Perfect Neckline 0 1144

We often find ourselves stuck in the middle of a fashion emergency when we have no clue where to go and what to do with the immense amount of possibilities and options available right in front of us. Bewildered and confused, we go out making the wrong choices that often end up in fashion disasters! Accessorizing your outfit correctly is the key here and we surely have you covered!

Every article of clothing has a certain language it speaks and for every neckline created, there is an ideal match out there which will finish the whole look with the cherry on top of the cake! And this cherry is the perfect neck accessory that you can effortlessly don and bring out the best in you! Are you prepared to unleash the magic?

The Choker

We live in a world where chokers have been the biggest fashion fad lately. They come in an array of forms and patterns that make them such a chic accessory to own! Subtle and slender chokers make for a great accessory with sweetheart necklines and tube dresses. Chokers are a very versatile accessory and would totally elevate your look!

Style your chokers and experiment with the greatness it offers. Layer it up and down and extract the best out it for the quirkiest results.

The Princess Necklace

Delicate and intricate, the princess necklace is a total stunner! It comes with staggering bedazzled embellishments that are a total winner! The princess necklace makes for a great companion with deeper and more plunging necklines and can kick-start your fashion endeavors in the best way possible. Next time you want to bring out the little sexy minx in you, do not forget to balance it out with a princess necklace to take it up a notch instantly.

The Collar

Oh well! Say hello to this gorgeous new trend and be sure that it is certainly here to stay and take the world of fashion by storm! The collar is a great way to add a tinge of sass to your ensemble and is a great accessory for both formal and casual wear. Isn’t that like the best of both worlds?

The collar or some might even call it the bib, makes for a great pick to style with round necks and even those extravagant high turtlenecks. Make sure you keep the collar away from v-necks because these two are not the best of friends. The collar looks amazing with off-shoulder tops and blouses too and is a very feminine and sexy accessory to add to your list of trinkets.

The Classic V-Shaped Necklace or Pendant

Playing match here would be the best kind of option because v-neck blouses and dresses look the most scintillating with v-shaped pendants and necklaces. Allow it to stop 2-3 inches above your neckline for a mystical effect.

These delicate and sleek v-shaped pendants pair very well with halter necks too and the slender chains help keep the attention to your alluring collar bones. Mix different colors and styles and watch this trend creep up to you always!

The Angular Necklace

Crisp geometry, great cuts, and perfect designs are some characteristics that you can use to identify an angular necklace. They come with a great taste and style and are also absolutely multifaceted.

This beauty looks great with square necklines and even tank tops with sleek straps. It is a delight to flaunt on casual days when you do not need the crazy drama in your life. Solid colors and great silhouettes make this accessory pop right out, giving you the ideal slate to style on.

Long Beaded Necklaces

This used to be quite the rave at one point and we have no complaints here, right! Long necklaces are a must-have in your wardrobe and come to your rescue in multiple ways. These long necklaces could be embellished with or without a pendant and work effortlessly in making the right impressions.

Long necklaces can be worn with boat neck tops and blouses and can even be paired with deep and plunging necklines in a more subtle manner. You are now ready to whip it in style, girl!

Short Round Necklaces

Just when you thought you had nothing to accessorize your button-down collar shirts, here comes the short round necklace! Short necklaces with pearls or a small, dreamy pendant are definitely the best way to add a splash of bling to your collar shirts!

These short necklaces are a total party starter and would bring oodles of style to your next ensemble, making you ready to conquer it all with truckloads of class!

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Red Algae as a Skin Care Ingredient 0 226

Red Algae
Sanseti's 4-Step Skin Essentials Kit
Sanseti’s 4-Step Skin Essentials Kit

If you have been following me and by blogposts over the years you know how much I love skin care. And how much I have grown to love and review healthy skin care. Because what we put on our skin effects our health. Hormones, toxicity, skin disorders, and much more. I have found that I am enjoying a lot of amazing skin care with some great ingredients. And Red Algae is one. Below let me break it down to you the greatness of this oceanic plant.

Algae has been used in skin care for thousands of years. It’s been dubbed a “miracle ingredient” and the “ocean’s most potent secret,” and there are even entire skin care lines and brands dedicated to using algae and other marine extracts (you’ve heard about Sanseti, right?). Well I will be reviewing Sanseti. And unfortunately other brands like La Mer have so many chemicals along with its great ingredients that it really has no benefits to speak of. And this is my opinion on my use of this cream and my research on its ingredients. Like I said read your labels. Learn what it good and bad for your skin.

There are two primary types of algae: macro and micro. Macro is large-scale type that’s visible to the naked eye. It’s the stuff you see floating in the ocean and think of first when someone says the word “algae.” This includes seaweed, kelp, and laminaria (the brownish red seaweed that’s typically found in Japan). Microalgae, as you probably guessed, is super tiny. In fact, it’s a “single cell” algae, and you can’t see it without a microscope. This type is often found in freshwater and marine systems in both water and sediment.

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Algae’s Skin Care Benefits

Micro and macro algae are both found in skin care products and boast numerous benefits. Most notable, perhaps, is its ability to instantly hydrate and condition the skin. Upon using products containing this ingredient, you’ll notice a more supple, moisturized complexion that’s soft to the touch.

Algae is also an antioxidant, meaning it protects your skin from free radicals that cause premature aging. In that sense, it’s an excellent ingredient for those who are worried about aging skin which is, well, most of us! Finally, it is high in essential amino acids, proteins, and a variety of vitamins—including vitamins A, B, C, and E. Talk about a loaded, super ingredient!

Skin types that benefit most from algae-infused products are dry skin, sensitive skin, and those who want to combat and prevent signs of aging.

Now let me name some amazing skin care lines that have this beautiful ingredient. And I do know that they all are amazing for you and your skin health.

Sanseti

Elemis

Algenist

Look for my review and blogpost on Sanseti soon!! I will pick my favorite product from the line next week and post about it on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!!

~Tiffany♥

How to Pack Your Bathroom into Your Suitcase: Tips for Lightweight Traveling 0 6411

Suitcase Packing

Traveling with toiletries in carry-on luggage can be a bit tricky. Between the size restrictions on liquids and trying to stuff all of your liquids into a small zip-lock bag, things get frustrating. Below you can find some tips for packing your bathroom into a suitcase in order to help you travel lighter and smarter.

TSA 3-1-1 Rule
TSA 3-1-1 Rule

Tip 1: Don’t pack it if you are not certain that you need it.

Rethink everything you put in your suitcase, especially when it comes to toiletries. Many people try to put every product they have in their bathroom into their suitcase just in case they might need it. Remember, it’s easy to purchase toiletries just about anywhere you travel. A forgotten item is not the end of the world, simply head down to the local supermarket, drugstore, or pharmacy where ever you’re traveling and purchase that forgotten item.

Tip 2: Small Traveling Toiletry Bags with a clear counterpart

Having all your bathroom items in one spot makes traveling much easier. Find a small, flat, toiletry bag with multiple compartments that can fit your makeup, shower items, creams, brushes, and razors. But most importantly, search for a bag that has a clear compartment for your liquids, so that you can easily remove it from your carry-on when going through airport security.

Tip 3: Forget Travel-Sized Toothpaste

Stop buying travel-sized toothpaste, it is completely unnecessary. Standard-sized toothpaste tubes meet the liquids size requirements. Grab the toothpaste you use every day from your bathroom and bring it along with you, it is already small and lightweight so it won’t take up much space or weight you down, and it will save you a bit of money.

Tip 4: Travel-Sized Face Moisturizer

One of the hardest things to find is usually travel-sized face lotion. Finding a face lotion that fits the appropriate carry-on requirements is nearly impossible in the supermarkets and drug stores. After much searching, we found that Sanseti (https://www.sanseti.com/product/revitalizing-marine-moisturizer/) sells a fantastic face moisturizer that comes in 2-ounce jars, perfect for travel.  Don’t be afraid of the quantity, a little bit of this goes a long way.

Sanseti Skin Care: Revitalizing Marine Moisturizer
Sanseti Skin Care: Revitalizing Marine Moisturizer

Tip 5: When packing makeup: Less is more

Just take the essentials. Don’t take the whole makeup bag which surely has products in there that you never or rarely use. Select the products you use every day and put them into a small makeup bag for travel, ditching the items that you won’t need.

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