I am taking part in a compensated campaign for Hpnotiq Bling It On. All opinions are my own.
For a few weeks now, I’ve been telling you about the super awesome Hpnotiq GlamLouder Bling It On contest. We talked about awesome blinged out nail art and manicures, shoes that were beyond ridiculously hot, and even the gorgeous amazing makeup looks.
Not only was there hawt eye candy, but there were some pretty awesome prizes available for those participating in the contests. For those that entered, Hpnotiq loooovvvvveeeedddd your entries. They enjoyed seeing what inspires you, what you love, and what you consider to be glam.
This duct tape crafts project was inspired by Scotch duct tape.
I have a weakness for office supplies. I can’t even hide it. If it’s kind of cute, or brightly colored, I’m looking at it and probably pondering a purchase. The biggest problem is that they tend to be on the pricier side. You can dress up your plain ol’ office supplies quickly and easily. This is a perfect back to school project, and duct tape crafts have become so popular recently.
This post brought to you by Jel Sert. All opinions are 100% mine.
Do you know what one of the best parts of summer is? It’s when Otter Pops show up on store shelves. That’s the first real siign of summer. One of the great things about Otter Pops is that you can take them everywhere! Go to the beach? How about the park? Are you just kicking it outside in your own yard? Otter Pops are a great treat in all of these situations. There’s no big package or dangerous glass bottle to throw away. Just a tiny little plastic tube that can be disposed of practically anywhere.
Even as an adult, Otter Pops are still one of my favorite summer treat. You know what Otter Pops are, right? They are those frozen slushy popsicle treat that come in plastic tube. You take them home and freeze them. There’s something about sucking that slushy mixture out of the tube that makes me happy. Personally, I like the tropical flavors. Mainly because I have to be different. [Read more…]
Summer is coming to a close, but it’s still HOT, HOT, HOT outside. Stay cool and keep Summer Sweeping with this Giveaway Hop, hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network!
How Was Your Day? has partnered with Pearl Paradise to bring you a truly amazing prize. One lucky winner will receive a pair of Tahitian Pearl earrings. Pearl Paradise, a leading discount pearl retailer, sells these earrings for $200, while department stores sell these earrings for $500 and up!
Ready to win a pair of your own? Do so in the Rafflecopter form after the jump!
Welcome to the Find Your Paradise giveaway hop hosted by Cheap is the New Classy. To celebrate the swan song of summer, the waning days, and the last chance to have a summer vacation before school starts again.
Here at How Was Your Day?, we’ve partnered with one of the hottest new brands around – Frends headphones. Seen at stores like Urban Outfitters, Free People, and Best Buy, as well as some of the biggest music festivals in the world. The headphones are gorgeous in looks, full-bodied in sound, and head turning in real life.
We are giving away a pair of Layla headphones for Women, in Rose Gold. GORG! ARV $149.
How to care for pearls was inspired by a beautiful pair of pearl earrings received for editorial purposes. All opinions are my own.
When you ask people about precious jewels, they usually mention diamonds, pearls, and rubies. While diamonds and rubies are pretty hard stones, pearls are soft and easily damaged. They don’t have to be, damaged, though. With a few simple tips and tricks, caring for your pearls can be quick and easy.
How to Care for Pearls
Be Careful. While this should go without saying, a little carefulness will do wonders.
Put your Pearls On Last. Plan on wearing your pearls today? They should be the last item you put on. Due to their porous nature, they absorb perfume, hairspray, makeup, and body oils.
I have a bit of a sweet tooth. Really, it’s more than a bit of a sweet tooth. Cookies and cake are generally my sweet tooth satisfier of choice. Of course, that means that I have to love a good, homemade cookie, doesn’t it?
Recently, we had the opportunity to taste test a selection of cookies from Barts Cookies. The varieties we received included: