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Hello love bugs!

A few weeks ago I went to our local value village in search of some vintage clothes.

I had a really cool wardrobe idea, where I was going to buy clothes either made it a certain era or inspired by a certain era. My plan is to start from the 1930s and then work my way up all the way to the 1980s.

While I was searching for clothes I found this light up magnifying mirror. I’ve always wanted a light up magnifying mirror, and this was only $3.99! So I got it. But I knew for it to be sold at such a low price there had to be some problem with it.

Was it the USB plug in? Was it broken there?

Nope when I got home and plugged it in, all was fine

Was it the actual lights?

Nope the lights worked perfectly, although I was a bit scared at first, when I stepped away from the light it would turn off, so I thought that that was the problem, it didn’t stay on for very long. Later I figured out that it’s motion sensor and you have to be close enough to see your face magnified for it to stay on. Once you’re close enough to do your makeup and whatnot it will stay on!

So I found this to be a mega steal, and it’s my new favorite mirror!

What do you this of my wardrobe idea?

Magnifying mirrors or normal mirrors?

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First Year Blog-iversary Q&A!

Hello and welcome back to our blog! To celebrate a year of blogging we have a short Q and A, thank you to those of you who submitted questions!

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The first question: What is your must have beauty product for the summer? (besides sunscreen) 

Christine: Bright Lipstick!

Hailey: Highlighter!

The 2nd: If there could only be three colors in the rainbow what would you want them to be?

Christine: Yellow, Green, Blue

Hailey: Red, Orange and Yellow

What is an expensive beauty product that isn’t worth the money?

Christine: Those expensive rubber hair ties without thread pull your hair so much!

Hailey: The Tartelette Matte Eyeshadow Palette, the shadows are so scratchy!

What is a cheap beauty product that needs more recognition?

Christine: Sun in is really worth the $5 because it really worked well

Hailey: The profusion contour kit is $3 and super beautiful

What is your favorite holiday?

Christine: Easter!

Hailey: Halloween!

That is all the questions that you all asked, thank you for submitting them. If you have any more questions about beauty or blogging or anything you can always ask us in the comments because we read every single one!

Blogging means so much to us and we love reading your comments and we look forward to growing as bloggers. A year ago today we were sitting on the floor wondering if anyone would read our blog and here we are with all of you lovelies!

Our first post was a drugstore makeup haul and if you want to read it and see how much we’ve improved you definitely can! We started from nowhere special and got to here so you guys can do it too!

— Christine and Hailey