Yêu thích tháng 6 năm 2018: Chăm sóc da, Trang điểm, TV + Thêm | Ingrid Nilsen

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Một chút tất cả mọi thứ trong tháng này! Để lại một bình luận dưới đây với chương trình truyền hình recs bởi vì tôi đang tìm kiếm một cái gì đó mới để bắt đầu. 🙂 ———-…




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  1. Oh my gosh. I watch the Bold Type as well. I remember when the trailers came out last year and I wasn't sure if I was gonna watch it. It's such a positive and realistic show and I love how it portrays female friendships and navigating our 20's and work and romantic lives. Honestly, I can tell it'd be a show you'd like

  2. A lot of people have issue with using the flawless filter by Charlotte Tilbury. I find 1:2 ratio mix in with foundation is great. I don't use it under or on top. I just mix a bit into foundation and it's great. Otherwise yeah it's a thick paste

  3. REgarding dry shampoos – not sure if you've tried already I don't recall seeing it on your channel but try Amika products. They are excellent hair products. Strong scent but overall amazing products. 🙂

  4. Have you tried Colab dry shampoo? It's amazing…. Great scents and no white crap…it was created by Ruth Crilly (aka a model recommends) I got mine in the UK, not sure if you can get it in the US. But seriously, if you can get your hands on it buy lots!

  5. I can 1000% attest to the got2b dry shampoo being THEE best ever!! I'd also recommend DryBar Detox Dry Shampoo.
    I'd say it's on the same level as -got2b-, but it doesn't come out as white/powdery as got2b…the downside = the price point is higher. You can find it at ulta/sephora, it's worth a try!
    They both work wonderfully tho, got2b is about 7 bucks vs. DryBar's 23 bucks… for that price, I'll gladly take some extra powder I can brush outta my hair, lol!

    PS: I use got2b's Rockin' It Dry Shampoo and it smells amazing, not overpowering or anything!

  6. Hey Ingrid hope you’re doing well! I know it’s really conflicting when you want to do what you’re passionate about yet the numbers just don’t add up. Sometimes your viewers want you to be someone you’re not. Don’t let anyone change you! Don’t let anyone judge you for who you’ve become. You’re a strong, beautiful, talented woman. Stay true to who you are and make videos on what you’re passionate about.

  7. Hi Ingrid! I saw your IG story and read your response to the comment below. I love your idea of looking through your situation through a “lense of curiosity and potential.” In my 35 years on earth I’ve learned a thing or 2 about life as well. The waves are inevitable. We have to learn how to ride them. And when we are at our lows, it’s how we rise back up again that builds our character and strengthens our soul. And that takes courage but also creativity. Being creative in the way we turn our trials into triumphs. You will be ok, as you have in the past. You will figure it out. You’ve made it this far! I encourage you to think of yourself as an artist. Artists have the uncanny ability to take any life experience and turn it into an opportunity to create. Creativity is a superpower. Artists are superheroes. Can’t wait to see what you come up with next! Much love ❤️Marisa

  8. Hi Ingrid! Just wanted to say you were the first youtuber I ever started watching on a consistent basis (6-7 years ago). I'm not usually one to comment on videos, but growing up watching you (and watching you grow up too) has been really wonderful. You really have made an positive impact on many lives. I love seeing the things you are passionate about, and I hope that whatever your next steps are help you to show how passionate you are. You're doing great!!

    On a lighter note, add "Chronicle of a Last Summer" by Yasmine Al Rashidi to your reading list!

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