Like most women in the US, I choose to shave basically any and all hair on my body that grows below my scalp. I’m not a candidate for laser hair removal because my hair is too light, so shaving has been my go-to hair removal method for most of my life. I have waxed in the past without ever really committing to regular appointments for one reason or another, but was planning to get back into it when I got the opportunity to have a Brazilian wax done at a local Seattle salon. Continue reading Brazilian Wax Review | What to Expect
I’m not sure who needs to hear this today, but you should probably wash your makeup brushes. If you’re anything like me, you might not remember the last time you washed them. Perhaps you’re living in denial, wondering why your 19-step Korean beauty skincare routine isn’t working, while refusing to accept the inevitable: the brushes might be (read: probably are) the culprit.
Fall and winter are the seasons of cute layers, so I’m excited to share one of my favorite layering pieces today – a lace bodysuit! I’m sharing four outfit ideas for styling a bodysuit to show how I wear such an intimate item in day-to-day life while feeling confident and put together. Continue reading How to Style a Lace Bodysuit | 4 Bodysuit Outfit Ideas
We made several rookie travel mistakes on our recent trip to Europe, so today I’m rounding up our dos and don’ts of international travel!
A huge component of travel is learning and expanding your world. Although making mistakes helps us to learn and grow, making them while traveling can be very costly. Read on to see which fumbles we made on our latest trip and learn from our mistakes to save time, stress, and money on your next adventure.
Do you ever come back from a trip and feel blah? As you get back into the swing of everyday life, it’s common to feel bored or disappointed with day-to-day activities. The contrast between vacation mode (relaxed, no deadlines, new adventures on every block) and regular life, combined with the let-down of your trip being over, can cause what’s often referred to as post-travel depression or post-vacation blues.
Whether it’s a quick weekend getaway or a weeks-long international trip, I always experience some level of disappointment or sadness when I get home. Today I’m sharing a few of my favorite tips for beating the post-vacay blues. Continue reading 4 Ways to Beat Post Travel Depression | Taylor Tries Things
Today I’m sharing my personal review of the JORD (pronounced yode) Cassia wood watch, but to be honest, I have never been a watch person. The only watch I’ve ever consistently worn was a Michael Kors rose gold watch my mom gifted to me, but when its battery died a few years ago, I never had it replaced. I’ve owned a handful of cheap watches, but their low quality only reinforced my disinterest in wearing one.
You may be wondering why I, a self-proclaimed non-watch person, would agree to review a watch. When JORD reached out to offer one of their wood watches for me to review, I decided to keep an open mind. I was thrilled to see how unique and beautiful their product line is. Their watches provide more than a read on the time; each timepiece has a distinct personality and serves as a statement styling accessory and conversation starter. I was excited to style my new JORD watch and give watch-wearing another go, so I submitted my wrist measurements and waited patiently for my new watch to arrive. Continue reading The Accessory of the Summer: A Watch by JORD
Stumped on what to wear to all your upcoming summer weddings? Today I’m sharing 3 great options — and the best part is you don’t have to commit to actually owning them (commitment-phobes rejoice).