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  • Fall is a time of year that signals change. According to the ancient studies of Ayurveda the energies around us are shifting from pitta to kapha. Our bodies have stored up so much pitta from the fiery summer, and we need to cleanse it out to prepare our constitutions for a slower, cooler, sweeter winter.

    There are so many cleanses out there, but what I’m going to introduce you to today is an Autumn Ayurveda cleanse. This is not a starvation diet. It will not make you skinnier. We’ll take a minute to be with ourselves, to slow down, to be selfish; so that the rest of the year we can be active and giving.
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  • It could be that your day is made up of work, meeting, errands or a lunch out with a potential business partner. Whatever it is that you are up to, the important thing is you keep yourself fresh and gorgeous all day.

    Night comes and there are still more things to do, but what if you are single-handedly caught by insufficient time; no time to go home to freshen up and re-do your makeup; worse, a retouch may be too tight to squeeze in your schedule

    Then . . .
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  • A light essential color palette perfect for this season

    ’Tis is the season to have the perfect excuse to flaunt a vibrant and lusciously lovely you. Standout with these gentle colors, create a soft power makeup look and spread the light vibe around you.
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    We’ve been taught that what we reap is what we sow. Untangling the metaphor and taking it literally to the heart, these wise words simply say that seeds are among the most important possessions of farmers. When they have good seeds to sow, they expect good harvest.

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  • Must-Have Bamboo Brushes

    This post goes out to all of our new friends, the lovely ladies who have recently joined the EM family and are looking for a few key tips of where to start and the products that we feel are the most essential to get you up and running! Specifically focusing on our beautiful assortment of Bamboo Brushes, we wanted to provided a helpful guide to the brushes that are the most essential to start with.
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    You’re in the thick of it, summer. The season when life is like a semi-truck, barreling down a hill at 90 miles an hour. The speed is all good and great, it’s thrilling in fact, but problems arise when there’s a deer crossing at the bottom of the hill and you have no way to avoid a crash. Not to mention, you’re going so fast that you miss the road signs telling when you need to turn or watch out for traffic ahead.

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    I’ve done a lot of traveling this month. And when I say a lot of traveling, I mean Italy, London, Chicago, and Nicaragua…in 31 days. But my travel experiences go beyond that. I’ve been all over the world, experienced many places, and learned things about how I most like to enjoy a new city. I’ve decided to write down some of those lessons and share them with all of you today. I tell you this, so that you won’t waste your time and money — so that you can plan the best vacations and really get the most out of each place you visit. Here it goes, 5 tips on how to be a tourist…
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    To begin Rossi’s fresh­faced look, we applied our light Pretty Things Eye Shadow using the Everyday Eye Shadow Brush to give her lid a nice base color.
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    It takes us a long time to realize that our parents are people. They have pasts and experiences, and they too were young once. Life took them on adventures; there were lovers, friends, inner turmoil, and passions that moved them from one point to the next. It’s so easy to remain ignorant to these bits and pieces that make up who your parents are. If you never ask, you might not hear, and if you’ve never hear, you may never really know the people who raised you. I personally love hearing about my parents’ pasts. They lived so free; picked up and left, defied their parents, practiced yoga and spiritual arts. I see two people who made it a point to pave a path distinctly for themselves and not for anybody else. I envy their bravery, and at the same time, I identify with it.
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    Ever since I can remember, I’ve had long light brown hair. My look has always been that hippie flowy kind of thing. I strongly identified with it as something that made me me. I felt comfortable, and I thought that things would never change.
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