Ahh, look at that face. That'd be me and let me tell you- sometimes I love my face and other times...UGH! I'm sure you can relate, and if you can't....well I'm super happy for you (and a little envious too)!
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Happy Wednesday, friends! It's another Avon Delivery day, which means happy Avon customers. Today it also means that I get to try some of the newer Avon products that have recently come out!
I'm so excited to try all of these products, especially the skin treatment products because being home with 2 girls during a pandemic has aged me about 30 years. The lack of sleep hasn't helped much either!
Visit my website and check out the Avon Brochure Online. Let me know in the comments which products are getting added to your shopping cart or wish list!
Have a wonderful Wednesday evening!
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
Summer is here and even though we aren't spending it the way we were hoping, we're still spending lots of time outside. I always make sure the girls apply sunscreen before we head out, especially in the summer months. My personal favorite is, of course, AVON's Skin-So-Soft Bug Guard Plus IR3535 Gentle Breeze SPF 30 Lotion. It works well on preventing sunburn as well as keeping bugs at bay!
Stop by my e-store today to see if this sunscreen is right for your family's needs and be sure to check out the other great products available in the Campaign 16, 2020 brochure!
Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Thursday, June 25, 2020
Hey guys, it's been a while, but I'm still here!
The other day my youngest daughter, she's 8, told me that she wanted to work on her "cat-eye skills". I didn't even realize she knew what that was, but apparently, she did. I let her and her big sis "play" with my makeup and I'm impressed with their first attempts. Heck, my attempts come nowhere close to this good and I'm way past my first attempt.
Liner used: Mega Effects Liquid Eye Liner in Black.
Lip Color used: Avon Ultra Color in Berry Berry Nice (discontinued)
I might have been playing with my Mom's makeup at this same age, but my skills matched my age back then. I guess I should take time to watch a few tutorials because I'm pretty sure they haven't evolved much.
How old were you when you first started using makeup? Have your skills evolved much over time? Let me know in the comment section.
Posted by Vanessa W. at 12:10 PM
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
A few years ago, I came across this idea on Pinterest. It involved using umbrellas, instead of baskets, for Easter. I love the idea because the umbrellas can be used afterward. The umbrellas (which I got from Avon) were such a hit, but the girls don't need another umbrella, so I have been scouring current Avon brochures to see what I could make up this year.
Here's what I found:
|This Herb Pots and Tray Set is something my girls would love. As you can see in the umbrella picture, we got them a gardening set a few years ago, so we would probably take advantage of the 3 bins and include some seeds, soil, chalk, stickers, and of course a little bit of candy. |
|Available in Campaign 8, this ceramic "Lettuce Bowl" would make a super cute gift for my Gram, Mom, and Mother in Law. I love the idea of filling it with those shimmery Easter eggs and having it sit on the table as a centerpiece.|
The "adult" version of the gardening bag and tool set we got for the girls. the Blooming Collection Gardening Bag with Tools comes with the rake, trowel, and planter. This is something I would give to my in-laws since they love gardening so much. I would likely pair it with a pair of kneeling pads, some seeds or maybe a small starter plant, and of course a few eggs filled with goodies.
We have so many great items coming to the Campaign 8 "Avon Living" brochure that would also make great Easter basket/gift ideas. Be sure to check it out HERE starting next Wednesday!
Monday, March 6, 2017
The weather in Connecticut 2 Fridays ago was absolutely gorgeous. In fact, it was so gorgeous, I decided to surprise the girls and bring them to the park after school! The only problem was, I made the decision hours before they would be getting out of school.
I'm going to assume you've made plans before, which means that you know the "dangers" of planing too far ahead. As much as I had wanted to take the girls to the park, I spent much of the day trying to figure out which park would be the easiest to get to right after I picked them up, whether or not I should attempt to bring my nephew home first (I opted not to), and whether I should stop for snacks or pack some from home (I opted to stop).
Things would be easier if both girls got out of school at the same time, but there is just about an hour in between. My nephew decided that he didn't want to go to the park, so instead of having time to stop for snacks in the hour lull, I end up having to bring him home, which means a drive across town and back . Traffic in our town drives me crazy on days when I am not in a rush, but since I kind of am now, my mind is racing and I am debating not taking the girls to the park after all. I mean, they didn't even know they were going, they wouldn't be missing out on anything......
But, R and I get back to the school and get D. We all head to the store and grab snacks as quickly as we can and then head toward their "surprise" (I still haven't told them). We are about half way to our destination and I realize that I am driving to the park that is not at all the one that I had planned on and in addition to it being a bit out of the way, there is so much traffic on the way there. But, we made it to a park!
If I had decided to let all of the "obstacles" of the day keep me from taking them to the park, we all would have missed on some great weather, fresh air, lots of fun, and we would be stuck waiting a while for the next opportunity because the weather this past Friday was definitely not park weather.