The October Boxwalla Beauty Box introduced a new green beauty line, Siam SEAS (South East Asian Spa). This is a brand that based on traditional beauty remedies and made in Thailand. The founder, Supadra Geronima, created this all-natural skincare line to take care of her troubled skin (everything from acne, discolorations to scaring).
This Boxwalla introduced me to the brand with three new products:
Boxwalla is a new box subscription service. Or you can buy them one-time. What makes Boxwalla different than a lot of other services is that there are four themes or interests: Beauty, Book, Food and Film. The boxes are available every two months and you can choose which type of box you’d like.
The Beauty Box focuses on cruelty-free, artisanal products. Because of that, I think it will introduce people to a lot of small, high-quality brands that they may otherwise not try.
Now that I live in a place where the beaches aren’t just piles of rocks being hit by massive waves, I need to step up my mermaid game. This summer I’ve actually went to a beach…in a bikini. During this time, my skin saw more sun than it ever did over the eight years of living in Washington (still slathered in sunscreen, of course). And it’s time to step up my mermaid game. And A Beautiful Life is here to support me after my epiphany.
Every year I put together a holiday gift guide for the freaks, goths, post-punk dames, vintage vamps and alt-chics – my favorite types of people. This is one of my favorite gift guides to put together as I never outgrew that “phase”. So, it includes all the stuff that I want. Here’s my guide for all those that fancy the vampy:
I don’t know if I told you guys this, but I’m trying to grow out my hair. And yes, I’ve said this before. And yes, I have no patience and immediately get it cut as soon as it hits below the chin. I really like short hair but sometimes it feels like it lacks “umph” because it’s been cut that way for so long. So yes, I only want to grow my hair out to cut it short again…for maximum impact.