I have been called the babysitter, the nanny and the big sister more times than I can count.
Enough times for it to be more annoying than a compliment.
Aging has been good to me.
Something about the combination of stress and children and my mid-thirties and more stress has caused me to age more in the last few years than I have in the last 30.
My make up is beginning to sink into lines, my under-eye concealer looks like caked-on stickers and I will spare you the details of what pregnancy has done to my body.
So I need ideas… what anti-aging techniques should I begin using? What products do you like best? Do I need to drink more water? Stand on my head to stop everything from going South? How do I slow it all down or at least minimize my fall to wrinkle-hood?
Even though I can’t find the anti-aging miracle I do have the easiest way to make your makeup brushes brand new again. Try this…
1. Wash brush thoroughly with hot water and Johnson’s Baby Wash until the water runs clear.
2. Set brush to dry on a clean washcloth and that’s it!
Once your brushes dry the bristles will be soft and just like new again!
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