I know it’s already February, but everyone I know (myself included!) are still sticking with their new year’s resolutions and leading a healthier lifestyle! If you’re a beauty junkie like me, what’s better than incorporating cleaner products in your routine? These brands and products may not seem the most accessible, but all thanks to Canada’s newest natural beauty e-commerce platform The Natural Curator, we Canadian babes are covered!
If you frequent King West, having a mani while enjoying a drink probably isn’t quite news to you. But what makes The Nail and Champagne Bar unique is that it’s a mobile nail salon that curates nail and champagne experiences through pop up events, at-home services, and private parties! When I stumbled upon their Instagram, I was so impressed by the idea – seriously, why didn’t I think of this before?!
As a foodie, it’s simply impossible to try all the amazing restaurants in Toronto without breaking the bank. Which is why I love culinary events like Winterlicious – I get to enjoy a 3-course meal for as little as $18! But trust me, picking out the right restaurants can be tricky at times, esp. with 220+ choices. So here are a few tips that I have gathered from my previous Licious experiences that you may find useful when doing your research.
Let’s talk about one of my favourite skincare finds in 2016! I love retinol, an all-powerful skincare ingredient that I know works amazingly well with my skin. But if you’re like me, sometimes you just don’t want to be bothered to book an appointment with the dermatologist’s office just to get the prescription retinol cream you want. Retinol Treatment 60 by Miracle 10 Skincare to the rescue!
Just a heads up, I’m actually the worst at keeping new year’s resolutions. I moved to Toronto 6 years ago and every new year I would tell myself to get my driver’s license. Up to this day, all thanks to Uber, I still haven’t done my written test. With that said, I don’t want to rain on my own parade and jinx it for 2017. New year, new goals! Who cares how badly I failed in previous years, right?