The One Thing You Need This Fall to Look + Feel Flawless
Fall is a time of transitions. Goodbye long sunny days + hello longer nights + drier skin/hair. Among these changes our mood tends to be affected also. Colder days = Netflix & Chill. Staying under the covers forever sounds like a perfect day, making fall days a little less motivating. There is one fall essential that can make these transitions easier...
All you need to survive this fall is…COCONUT OIL! The coconut oil craze is still going + it’s here to stay! It is the answer to all of life’s problems (for the most part).
Here are a couple of homemade, easy recipes with coconut oil you can spruce up at home to help with dry skin/hair + also a few tips to help feel as motivated as you are on a bright sunny day!
Step 1:Mix ingredients together + slightly heat ingredients in a saucepan to really help open up the hair follicles.
Step 2:Apply generously to wet hair. Concentrate on ends and dry parts of your hair.
Step 3: Relax for 30-45 minutes while mask soaks in.
Step 4: Shampoo thoroughly and finish with conditioner.
Results are amazing, healthy, smooth hair!
For Face:1 tbsp: Coconut Oil
1 tbsp: Brown Sugar
Step1: Mix ingredients together. You can also add lavender essential oil which helps you relax and regenerate skin cells!
Step 2: Make sure your face is cleansed and clean before applying scrub. Massage scrub in circular motions to allow the granules to remove dead skin cells. This is great to use on your body also!
This scrub will make your skin look and feel refreshed and healthy!
And of course…Harper + Payton make great fall fragrances. All DEFINEME Fragrances are created with coconut oil!
Harper has autumn notes of citrus, grapefruit, bergamot, honeysuckle + amber. Wearing Harper is a reminder of your fearlessness + the ability to conquer whatever fall has in store for you!
Payton has fall notes of orange blossom, peach, clove buds + musk. Wearing Payton is a reminder of your strength + passion and will give you the confidence to make your dreams happen even on the darkest fall day!
Posted on November 25 2016 by Jennifer McKay Newton