Sunday, November 19, 2017

30 Day Beauty Challenge Days 1-10

30 Day Beauty Challenge Days 1-10

Hello everyone! Back in August I started a 30 Day Beauty Challenge that I found online. I am going to divide up the challenge posts into three posts Days 1-10, Days 11-20, and Days 21-30. I will be sharing what I shared on Social Media as my answers for the 30 day challenge. I just found this challenge so feel free to do it yourself.

Day 1: Share your favorite lipstick

One of my favorite lipsticks in the Avon True Color Ultra Hydrating Lip Color in Red Tulip. I am wearing that color in the picture to the left.

Day 2: Share an every day makeup look

My usual during the work week is Avon True Color Eyeshadow Quad in Mocha Latte and Avon Beyond Color Lip Conditioner and then sometimes adding the Avon Beyond Color Lipstick in Pucker Up for a bit of color.

Day 3: Nails

Here is one of my favorite polishes. Avon 7-in-1 Gel Finish nail enamel in Lavender Sky color.

Day 4: Hairstyle

Here is my hair from my senior prom that was in 2007.

Day 5: Share a Day Makeup Look

This look could be night or day. Usually during the day, I wear a less bold lipstick and at night I like to wear bolder lipsticks.

Day 6: Makeup Brushes

I have just the basic brushes and they are from Avon of course!

Day 7: Skin Care

Here are just some of my staples from Avon Anew. Avon Anew AHA Cream, Avon Anew Retexturizing Peel and the Extra Strength Peel, Avon Anew Clinical Hydration Mask, and Avon Anew Dark Circle Corrector (under eye cream).

Days 8 & 9: Holy Grail of Makeup Products and Makeup Storage

Day 8: Holy Grail of Makeup Products
I love the Avon True Color line of makeup. Eyeshadow, Eye Liner, Lipstick, Mascara, Foundation, Powder, Concealer, and Primer. Our True Color Line has it all and it's all true to the color that you see in the package.

Day 9: Makeup Storage
I love this container I got from Avon a couple years back.

Day 10: Foundation

Day 10 is Foundation. I don't often wear foundation but when I do I wear powder foundation because it doesn't clog my pores as bad as liquid foundation used to. This is a discontinued Avon foundation but Avon does offer liquid, cream to powder, and powder foundations.

Stay tuned to this blog for Part 2 (Days 11-20) and Part 3 (Days 21-30) of the 30 Day Beauty Challenge. Thanks for reading!

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Sunday, June 18, 2017

Happy Father's Day 2017

Father's Day 2017

I wish everyone a wonderful holiday! I hope everybody had a great day today! We treated my dad to a wonderful lunch at my brother's house. My dad has always supported me and my brother and taken good care of us. I enjoyed spending the time with him today. 

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Happy Mother's Day

Mother's Day 2017

Hello everyone! It's been a hot minute since I wrote on this Blog! I just wanted to come on and tell everybody, Happy Mother's Day! Today my brother treated my mom and I to a wonderful buffet lunch and dessert at a beautiful Italian restaurant and we were able to eat outside in the wonderful spring weather! I also spent some time with my grandmother whom I haven't seen in awhile to wish her a wonderful day as well. The video below is from Mother's Day last year (2016) and in the video I discuss honoring my mother and what we did to celebrate last year (went out to lunch for Mexican). I never shared the video last year so decided I'd pop on and share it today. Hope you had a wonderful day today and every day! Enjoy! You can always follow me on Twitter/Periscope @amandabeautytip. 

Sunday, March 26, 2017

My thoughts on the Vampire Diaries Finale and The Originals New Season 2017 (WARNING Spoilers Included)

A couple of weeks ago, we said farewell to The Vampire Diaries. At this point, I'm thinking most fans have already watched the episode so I think it's safe to talk about it. So here are my thoughts. I really got frustrated with the final season. I wasn't big on The Sirens and I was frustrated they kept breaking apart Caroline and Stefan. Then, when it was revealed that Nina Dobrev would be Katherine in the last couple episodes for most of the time and not Elena I was a little frustrated about that at well. That being said, in the end I think I am pretty happy with how it all ended. They all found peace. Was it weird how the ending ending was? Yes, but my take is that they lived a happy life and then they all found peace instead of going to hell when they grew old and died. I was sort of mad when it was revealed that Stefan died to kill Katherine leaving Caroline alone, but then we were given hope for Caroline when Matt says at the end of The Vampire Diaries series finale how Klaus donated to her school and there was another story to be told. Did I hate Klaus and Caroline together? Yes, but if this means there can be hope for her character, I am all for it. That leads me to The Originals premiere. Such a great episode, especially airing one week after we say goodbye to The Vampire Diaries. I am glad The Originals decided to catch up the timeline and fast forward five years. Now that we have seen the older Hope and a new witch child was revealed, I hope this is a sign that we will get "the story" Matt was talking about at the end of TVD and Caroline's school will be where Klaus decides Hope needs to learn her magic. It has already been confirmed that Alaric will show up this season on The Originals to tell Klaus about the school (hence his sending the donation letter to Caroline we see in the TVD finale). I think it would be great to see the kids interacting with each other (Alaric's daughters, Hope, and the new witch child that was revealed in The Originals premiere). The second episode of this season of The Originals wasn't as exciting but I am glad Haley was able to get all of the siblings back together and safely to her home with Hope and I look forward to seeing where it will all lead. 

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Honoring Women in My Past: My preschool teacher

My preschool teacher Ms. B was an amazing lady. I don't remember so much about her, but she instilled a love of learning in me that would last a lifetime! Now that I have taught early childhood education myself, I know how important a preschool teacher can really be to a child. These teachers have a huge role in the way children approach learning from an early age. I know her job couldn't have been easy either especially when it came time to teach my brother. 

Here is a short video I did in May 2016 sharing some thoughts about this teacher:

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March Periscope Goals and February 2017 Results

February 2017 Results:

Please note, the reason the follower count went down was because Periscope did a huge purge to get rid of spam and robot accounts and it took my follower count way down. My goal was 900 followers. This changed once the purge happened. I still gained about 20 followers which is my monthly average. I gained 79,014 hearts for the month. Still celebrating small successes.

March 2017 Goals:

For March, I have launched a new Periscope account for my teaching related scopes. My goal for that account is to get to 10 followers and just get as many hearts as I can on the account. For my regular account I would like to get to 750 followers. On that account I am not really worried about hearts at this time.

Why Livestream?

Livestreaming is growing and many businesses and individuals are using it to get themselves out there. People love seeing you Live and being able to interact with you live. It's all about sharing YOU and what you are about while also giving people the opportunity to ask questions and interact with you LIVE without actually being in person. If you are trying to brand yourself and grow your online following, you definitely should consider jumping on the LiveStream bandwagon with apps like Periscope and Facebook Live. 

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Sunday, February 26, 2017

Women in my Past

March is Women's History month. During the month of March, I am going to try to blog some about Women's History and women in my history. I am going to start this off by talking about some women in my past. First, I would like to mention my Grandma Campbell. She was definitely an important woman of my past. She used to do things with my brother and I when we were growing up. My parents relied on her for child care during the summer and also some when they had things to do. I also went to her house after school during my ninth grade year so I wouldn't have to go home and be alone. She would cook for us and teach us. She also helped me with homework the year I went to her house after school. She was like a second mother to us. She also LOVED history and I think her love of history was passed on to me. I think she would appreciate that I wanted to share some about Women's History with my readers. Second, I would like to mention that I have had some influential female teachers in my school career. These women brought me to be the teacher that I am today. Some of them definitely stick out in my mind. Teachers from my preschool teacher to my post graduate college professor. I will not mention their names in this post, but I will say that I am thankful to these women and I value their commitment to the profession of teaching as I know how rewarding and difficult being a teacher can be being that I am now a teacher myself. Below is a video I did last May (May 2016) sharing about these influential women in my life. 

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