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Defining Your Personal Style

I still remember the day I started wearing makeup. Although the newfound attention was a little embarrassing, I quickly grew familiar with the different products on the market. However, I still ran into a lot of the obstacles that plague new makeup wearers. I wore eyeshadow that was the wrong color for my complexion, and I struggled with bad foundation choices. I hope that the information on my beauty blog can help you to define your personal style. I also hope that you can learn tricks and tips to keep your face looking fun, fresh, and on-trend. Getting ready in the morning isn't always easy, but with a little help from the experts, you might be able to look incredible.

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Before You Buy Another Candle, Consider A Wax Warmer Instead

Before you spend any more money on candles, consider why it makes better sense to invest in a wax warmer. Wax warmers melt wax tarts or melts, which are smaller, wickless pieces of scented wax. Wax warmers are far more practical than candles; here are some of the reasons: 

  • If you buy wax warmers that are battery or electric-powered, they are safer than candles. There is less fire risk than a candle and no need for a match or lighter.  

  • Wax warmers melt the wax slower, so you get a longer burn time from melts or tarts than you would a regular candle.  

  • Melting wax tarts and melts is more eco-friendly since it takes much longer to melt, and the wax can be used again and again.  

  • Over time, using a wax warmer is cheaper than buying and rebuying candles.  

  • Wax warmers work low and slow, so your wax seems to have more fragrance than a candle. This is often referred to as the 'throw' of the scented wax or candle.  

  • Melting wax in a warmer is cleaner than using candles.  

  • Wax warmers that run off electricity burn less than the average home light bulb.  

There are many different types of melts, tarts, and wax that are sold for wax warmers. Consider the kind of warmer that you have before buying to ensure your warmer does not have specific requirements related to the types of melts that work best.  

Don't have melts, tarts, or wax? Try adding these to a wax warmer, also: 

  • Essential oils can be added to a little bit of water in your wax warmer. Use a few drops and add more as needed; make sure that you replace the water as it evaporates to prevent the warmer from overheating. 

  • Try a few drops of vanilla extract in the same way that you would use essential oils. Again, make sure to add water and check the warmer frequently during use.  

  • Add a bit of liquid potpourri to a carrier oil, like coconut or almond oil. This mixture should then be added in drops to water in your warmer to replace wax melts or tarts. 

Instead of buying another candle, consider something better: a wax warmer. Choose the type of warmer that you like and stock up on scented wax melts and tarts based on the manufacturer's recommendation. Always read the instructions with your wax warmer to use it properly and ensure its safety.  

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