Donating My Hair To Pantene Beautiful Lengths

Donating my hair is something I’ve always wanted to do ever since I had grown my hair out. Last year around the same time as today, I thought I was finally going to chop my hair off, but I didn’t. Today however, I finally did.

IMG_0164If I’m going to be completely honest, I was a little nervous about cutting my hair at first because I thought I’d regret it. I knew I had to cut it though because my hair had been getting really thin lately, and donating my hair is something I know I wanted to do, so I finally did it. And thankfully, I love it (atleast for now :P).

If anyone’s wondering what I asked for…

– long layers

– “U” shape

– face framing

HOW TO: Two Dutch Braids

1. Divide hair in two and start on one side.

2. Pick up a section of hair on the top of your head. Divide that section into 3.

3. Start with a normal 3 strand braid (cross the strand closest to the front over the middle, then cross the outer most strand over the middle.)

4. As you cross over the strand closest to the front, pick up a section of hair (from the front) and add it to that section.

5. Then when you cross over the furthest most strand, pick up a section of hair (from the back) and it to that section.

6. Repeat steps four and five until you’ve ran out of hair to add.

7. Continue with normal braid.

8. Repeat on the other side.




Let the storm rage oooooon, the cold never bothered me anyway…


The cold always bothered me. I hate the cold.

Now what can I possibly do to go through the cold months without dreading it?

I decided this fall I would make the most out of it, starting by decorating my room and making it cozy.

Today I’m going to show you what I’ve added to my room, mostly DIY’s which I saw on YouTube and decided to recreate.

IMG_9881 First off is this glittery leaf wall art. This is similar to something Bethany Mota showed in a video, but I added a twist to it. All I did was glue on some glitter onto a few leaves I bought from Dollarama.

IMG_9883 The next wall decor was simply made by cutting an apple in half, dipping it into some paint, and stamping it onto a canvas. Then just add a stem using a paintbrush and brown paint. Original idea by: macerly09.

IMG_9884 The third wall art here took the longest. For this I had to print out a stencil, cut it, and trace it onto the canvas. Then as I painted each letter, I sprinkled some glitter on top. Original idea by: Maddy Hayes.

IMG_9900 The last one was the easiest of them all. Just print out a sheet of paper that says “Autumn” written all over it, place a leaf on top, and put it in a frame. Original idea by: DIYlover.

IMG_9449Don’t mind the snapchat filter, I got a little excited for this one as it was the first fall DIY I tried. All I had to do was cut little holes into some leaves I bought from Dollarama and put them on every other lightbulb on these lights.

IMG_9910Now scented candles in my opinion are a must have. I decided to buy a couple of them to make the room smell delicious. The first one is from Marshall’s, and the second one’s from Bath and Body Works. I even bought a few cinnamon scented pinecones. Which I placed beside them.
IMG_9814The last thing in my room isn’t exactly room decor, but it looks just as awesome as it smells.

And that’s it! I hope this has helped you decide on what you’d like to add to your room to make it nice and cozy.

MAC “Faux” and “Soar” DUPE | Kylie Jenner Lip – Drugstore Edition | 💋

I did a little bit of research and found that Kylie Jenner uses MAC lipstick in “Faux” and lipliner in “Soar” to achieve her nude lip. I then also found out that I own dupes for both.


I tried out the lip combo and this is how it looks:


IMG_9258 So what do you think? Is it a dupe or nah?