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Spring outfits
By Kaitlyn Warczinski


These are outfits ideas for layering in the Spring. There’s a refreshing striped outfit idea for you to go casual in your daily looks. You can pair with any coat or jacket and they will look effortlessly impressive. This unique top is shaped from stretch knit fabric that sweeps from the rounded neckline into the fitted bodice framed by short caped sleeves. The second outfit is some light blue overalls and a stripped black and white shirt which is perfect for spring. A casual cute look for the spring season is ripped washed boyfriend jeans with long sleeves off the shoulder top and white all stars. This knitted cardigan is cozy enough for lounging around the house but can also long, about knee length, so perfect layering with jeans.

Loving yourself is a different kind of beauty.
By Lizbeth Gutierrez

I want to do an article different that I have not done before this a self-love article. Yes, I know is not like the other articles that I have wrote before were I talk about beauty, makeup, skincare, etc. This is more of a learn to love yourself and be happy with yourself and just the way you are. I want to give you some advice in how to star or continue self-love. Forgive yourself. Every one of us makes mistakes — in relationships, finances, personal decisions, and so on. Mistakes can be costly reminders to think before we act, but they are also encompassed by greater lessons. Remembering this can help us forgive our former failures and discern their higher purpose. When we forgive ourselves for our shortcomings we can redirect our attention to new efforts that produce new results. Put yourself first. There lies beauty in sacrifice. But when you constantly put yourself second, you set up an inevitable pattern of behavior. In time, you settle for second place in more than one area of life. Reevaluate what it means to put yourself first: engaging in your interests, pursuing your ambitions, and ensuring your well-being. Practice this mantra in all difficult situations: If it doesn’t bring me good, it isn’t worth my effort. Say I love you. Speak it to yourself every morning; look in a mirror and say, “I love you” in a loud voice. We automatically critique, blame, and fault ourselves for nearly everything, rarely acknowledging the things we do well or those we ought to be proud of. Show yourself daily doses of well-deserved appreciation. Recognize your strengths. Recognizing your strongest traits endows you with deep knowledge of the self, a precious tool you can use to cultivate your best assets. Understand what are your shining qualities and showcase them with beaming confidence. Once you acknowledge your strengths, you can raise your standards in all elements of life. The moment you begin to believe that you deserve better is the moment you receive better. Do something you love each day. When was the last time you did something you truly loved? Our ambition is admirable, but our lives have become so busy that we often dismiss simple pleasures to take care of business. Whether it’s a hobby, talent, or special craft, take thirty minutes out of your day, each day, to practice what nourishes your soul. Everything can wait while you indulge in your beloved self. Cut out all negative influences. Make a list of the people in your life who have no place being there. You know who they are — those who drain you physically, emotionally, or mentally, who take advantage of you or cause you any form of stagnation. Literally cut your list in half and let this be reflective of the way in which you will trim away these negative influences in real life. Release love to yourself. We hoard our abundant love of the self within us, as if waiting to release it to the right person. This love was meant to be released only to ourselves. Allow your self-love flow freely by eliminating criticisms, insecurities, and doubts. The attention you should show another person is secondary to the attention you should show yourself. Why wait for someone else to love you when you can love yourself first? Celebrate your worth. It’s easy to become distracted by potential achievements and neglect past accomplishments. Celebrate your personal triumphs, both big and small, and let every former victory be a fervent reminder that future wins await, too. Don’t be afraid to raise your glass and toast to that amazing person who’s conquered their every challenge: you. Thrive on creativity. We are all remarkably creative, but our originality may be stunted by external factors. For example, your job may not allow you to express your true ingenuity. Our imagination allows us to manifest our most brilliant ideas to life if only we can open the inventive doors inside. Incorporate your creative tendencies into everyday life, from the way you dress, speak, decorate your home, etc. Expand your creative potential to reach its peak in time. Extending too much love to others can leave us lacking in love for ourselves. We must walk the fine line of attending to others and tending to ourselves, all the while

never falling second to the needs of another. Because to love ourselves is to know ourselves, and to know ourselves is to recognize the full spectrum of our powers.

No More Bumps in the Road (Best remedies to get rid of razor burn)
By Dee Padron 

With spring coming around we are all dreading the consecutive hours of shaving… EVERYTHING. Fall and winter are our times to hide all of our unsupported hair with cozy sweaters and jeans to cover up the secret that girls have hair under their arms and on their legs too. Yes, it grows just as fast as well. But, this isn’t only for girls; I understand guys shave too and deal with the same annoying problem as us… RAZOR BURN. These remedies will hopefully relieve you for the next time you pick up the razor.

1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera helps to soothe irritated skin, which is why you use it when you get sunburnt. With that being said, this will work perfectly for your problem areas. You can get this either by your own aloe vera plant at home or by buying aloe vera gel.

2. Cold rinse

I recently heard that if you rinse the area you just got done shaving with cold water that it can prevent razor burn. I tried it in the shower after shaving my legs and my skin felt 10x better! By doing this, your closing all of the pores in that area unlike opening them with hot water.

3. Coconut oil

Coconut oil has been used for so many things consisting of beauty hacks and, of course, cooking. But, another beauty hack is using coconut oil as a treatment for razor burn. It is anti-inflammatory and helps to relieve the burning feeling.

4. Leave the area alone

Razor burn can get in the way of so many occasions that you need to shave your legs for again, but by constantly shaving over that area you are not giving the area any reassurance of healing. This causes the minor problem to turn into a major problem.

5. Lotion

There are multiple brands who have aftershave lotions to help with reducing the swelling and redness of the area. These contain the same ingredient of the typical acne cream; Salicylic acid.

Boxycharm Review

By Lizbeth Gutierrez


Boxycharm is a monthly beauty subscription service that costs $21. You receive 5 full sized products and each box is worth $100+. This month I got these next products.


One part balm and three parts silk, this Steve Laurant gloss is never leaving your favorite purse. Formulated with a creamy, lip-softening texture, this one-of-a-kind hybrid gel & oil will moisturize & hydrate your lips with just one swipe.



Finish Line 24-7 Liquid Eyeliner is a mistake-proof pen that creates a clean line in one steady sweep. The tapered precision brush makes it easy to apply pure, deep color from thin to thick while the intensely pigmented formula makes for 24-hour smudge and budge-resistant wear.



This all-natural, vegan, and cruelty free loose Powder highlight can be used on the eyes, lips, face and body. The versatile formula is highly pigmented and suitable for all skin tones! Create a subtle luminous finish or layer on for an unreal glow!



The Luxie Summer Daze 3 piece brush set was curated for the perfect festival look that will last all day. Use the Luxie 512 Small Contouring brush to sculpt and define your cheekbones while the Luxie 245 Small Shader brush is perfect to pat on your base shadow and glitter. Grab the Luxie 209 Large Shader brush to pat on and blend out any eye look.



Unleash the ultimate festival vibes with this limited-edition, 12-piece pressed pigment palette that’s complete with bold, imaginative pigments that elevate your look for any occasion. From boho inspired metallics to eye-catching glitters, each cruelty-free shade is infused with skin-loving ingredients.