If you follow Fashion Stylist on Instagram, you would have seen that I received a ‘bonus box’ from Rakuten a few weeks ago. Basically, these bonus boxes are a way for publishers to try out advertiser goods in a non-committed way to help create genuine relationships.
The last box had something I was super curious about: Nourish Organic Skin Solve. It’s basically a cream to oil all-over moisturizer. I am not the biggest lotion user mostly because I never feel like it works in the long term. If I put it on three times a day everyday, sure my skin is softer. I started using coconut oil last year and really loved it. It made a difference in the moisture of my skin. I use it all over even to smooth out the dry ends of my hair. Problem was, it’s such a pain to use and impossible to travel with.
The Nourish Organic Skin Solve is a combination of organic rose hip oil, shea butter, pumpkin butter, coconut oil, and a lot of others. The combination makes the room temperature product squeezable from a tube, not rock hard like my old coconut oil. Also, you can apply it like a lotion. It goes on smooth and light and absorbs quickly leaving a subtle shine to your skin. The box says that you can use it on your face, lips, and hair, everywhere basically. I have yet to use it on my face. Something about putting oil on my face seems counter-intuitive. I love it as an everywhere else moisturizer.
To sum it up, I love the Nourish Organic Skin Solve! I’m not all that experienced in organic beauty products, but I know that this works for me.
Below are the other products I plan to try from Nourish Organic.
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Culottes are all over. A few hints on how to wear this style: If you are short, culottes should be no longer than an inch or 2 below your knee. I prefer the wide but not billowy leg. Last but not least, pair them with a tucked in shirt to keep the look polished! Check out some inspiration below and the full collection here.
Look Human celebrates the individuals who refuse to be tamed; the free-spirits living their lives one party at a time. Their designs offer an indelible souvenir of all those crazy moments that leave you feeling forever young, wild, and free. Dress for the moment.
With the NFL season KICKING OFF and Super Bowl 50 happening this year, we thought it would be fun to showcase some stand out shirts to wear all season long.
That one is definitely for me! and last but not least my favorite…
Check out Look Human for all of your momentous dressing!
Fashion Stylist has just started a relationship with Jenny Bird. If you haven’t seen Jenny Bird yet you will be very soon. In 2008, Jenny Bird launched her namesake line with the intention of creating jewelry that is high quality and accessibly priced.
We are thrilled to be working with such a beautiful line. I love the edgy bohemian style. I can see these pieces being in style for years. Check out some of their look book images below.
To make the deal sweeter here is $20 off your purchase!
Over the week, I have been working with Saks Fifth Avenue to create some buzz with their men’s fashion. I gave some input on the different ways to wear denim and broke down personality types to show different styles available now.
‘The Outlaw’ describes the moto dude who likes to look tough. Click the pic for the full collection.
‘The Professional’ This guy is the business type. He likes to look polished wherever he is. My favorite part of these looks is all of the color and pattern. The professional look is layered and eye catching.
‘The Homebody’ This dude can relax like no other. Cashmere sweats no problem.
‘The Rough and Rugged’ collection is all about the outdoors man, ready for hike or a fashion runway. Field jackets, quilted vests, and boots will keep things practical and fashionable.
‘The Men’s Denim Guide’ is a sample of all of the different ways denim can be worn by men. Denim is more than just blue jeans.
This was such a fun project for me. I love a well dressed man and feel that more options need to be available for the fashion forward man.