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My mother doesn't wear make up. You would think that means she didn't care or do much in regards to beauty huh? Well that is where you would be wrong. My mother has some of the best skin I have ever seen! My mom is sunscreen and lotions biggest advocate! Over the years I watched her religiously apply both all the time. She was always after me about applying sunscreen and using lotion after hot showers. By far that is THE best advice for beauty that there IS! If the base isn't healthy, how can we accentuate that with make up? My mother doesn't need make up because her skin glows. Because of her I know that my skin will be more beautiful, and not just beautiful but healthy. I can't imagine all the extra skin damage that I could have if she wasn't so diligent about me wearing sunscreen. So THANK YOU MOM!
 

In the spirit of mother's day, make sure to leave your mom's best advice she ever gave you (about anything!) in the comments below!

You can enter this giveaway through Rafflecopter now through Sunday, May 12th on any of the participating blogs.  Good luck and Happy Mother's Day to all your mamas.

31 comments

  1. My mom introduced me to taking off mascara with Vaseline. She is a brilliant woman ;-)

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  2. Best advice my mom gave to me about beauty is to never get too drastic on the eyebrows! oh did I mention that she said this AFTER I had ruined them by tweezing way too much in width and length!

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  3. My mom is really good at saving money, so she always tells me to invest my money!

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  4. My mom taught me to not be ashamed to show where you find good deals. Be it sample sales, thrift stores or flea markets.

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  5. Love your eyebrows! I think they are the perfect color. Definitely not too dark.

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    1. My mom taught me to trust in God and have faith.

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  6. My mom taught me to keep my eye makeup light, and natural looking.

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  7. My mom taught me the importance of moisturizer and sunscreen!

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  8. my mom taught me to not take things too seriously Hanna

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  9. My mom taught me to only buy what I could pay cash for.

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  10. The best advice is to smile! ou look better and feel better too.

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  11. That I would look best when I didn't try too hard

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  12. Great giveaway on your site. Thanks for sharing the others.

    If you get a sec, check out my latest post.

    Hope you're having a great day.
    Sofia

    stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

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  13. Wow, my mom has given me so much great advice. But I think one of the most important things she has taught me is to be nice to people!

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  14. Never buy anything full price unless it's something you plan to have for the rest of your life.

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  15. Definitely the most important thing my mom taught me was to always wash my face before going to bed - don't sleep with your makeup on!

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  16. She always told me to never spend full price on anything :) That I can always get it cheaper!

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  17. My mom has taught me to always look my best, not for others but for myself. If I feel that I am looking my best, I will work harder & do better in life. She's helped me to more fully enjoy my life.

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  18. wait till it goes on sale - obviously :)

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  19. My mom taught me to always check out the clearance racks first! you can sometimes find great items!!

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  20. My mom taught me to never pay full price:)

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  21. My mother taught me that less is more when it comes to makeup!

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  22. I've learned that you can buy all kinds of goodies at the Dollar Store

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  23. When I finally grew out of the children's size of clothes (trust me, it took forever to get some curve. But now I fear I'll never get rid of my booty, ha ha!) my mom took me shopping for jeans. I remember crying in the dressing room because I thought I was so "big" because I couldn't fit in size 0 pants. My mom told me it's how it looks, not the size that matters! Isn't that so true? My closet is full of a variety of sizes, depending on how the piece looks on me :)

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  24. Just some simple things, like: Do what you love. You are beautiful. Be patient. Love God. : )

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  25. Always remove your make-up before going to bed.

    Jodi

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  26. dont pick your split ends;)

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  27. My mom always taught me to be resourceful and make things on my own. I'll never be as handy as she is, though, lol. (mer.marty@yahoo.com)

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  28. to treat others how you would like to be treated.

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    (VIDEO) Win your ex back with TEXT messages?

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