How to Grow Your Instagram Account
I get a lot of questions about how to grow and build a business through Instagram so today I am sharing the tips and tricks that took me over a year to figure out!
“I am only as strong as the coffee I drink and the hairspray I use.”
Long waves are cause of a lot of hair envy in the beauty world. Those soft, touchable curls are the reason I’ve been growing my hair out for the past couples years. I rarely ever wear my hair straight anymore, as I find it just looks too thin. Curls are a great way to add volume and make your hair look thicker. It also gives your overall appearance a more classy and feminine look.
Washing and drying your hair everyday is extremely damaging. I like to get a few days out of my curls, so the Nume Classic Wand has been an amazing addition to my beauty routine. I love how quickly it heats up and the short amount of time it takes to curl each strand. This wand comes in three sizes: 19mm, 25mm and 32mm. I use the 25mm barrel because my hair doesn’t hold the curl if I go any larger. Don’t worry if your curls are a bit tight, as they will gradually fall throughout the day, giving you looser waves.
Tips for achieving this wavy curl with the Nume Classic Curling Wand:
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If you are dreaming of Italy but won’t be getting there
anytime soon, try one of their signature beverages this summer. When my husband and I were vacationing there
last week, this bright orange drink seemed to be
enjoyed by locals and tourists at every cafe, bar and restaurant we passed. On our second day in Venice, we pointed it out to our waitress and she promptly called it a “Spritz”. And you know the
cliché “When in Rome…” (or Venice, right!?) so we ordered two and gave it a
We were soon hooked on this delicious and refreshing
beverage. I’d never tasted anything like
it in Canada before, so while in Siena, we commissioned our bartender to show us
how to make it and what ingredients we would need. Needless to say we did fill one suitcase full
of wine, lemoncello and Aperol for the journey home. The good news for you is that all these
ingredients can be purchased in North America too!
Prosecco –A dry sparkling white wine from Italy, made from
Aperol – An Italian Aperitif that was a sweet tangerine
taste with hints of bitter spices.
Soda Water – good ol’ carbonated water.
Fill your white wine glass half-full with ice. Add 3 ounces of Prosecco, then 2 ounces of
Aperol. Top with 1 ounce of soda
water. Garnish with an orange slice and
green olive! The ratio is always 3:2:1 so you can use that to make a smaller or larger drink!
Watch for upcoming blog posts on “How to do 10 days in Italy” and “Cinque Terre: The Italian Riviera” !