I'm A Certified Health Nut - Here Are My Makeup Staples

Hi - my name's Sadie, and I'm a certified health nut.

You've all heard the term, and it's likely that all sorts of conclusions of what that means rally to mind. Some might call me a hippie, though I'm a little too particular and attached to regular showering. Others might assume I'm a giant stick in the mud who doesn't imbibe in any pleasures life has to offer - again, not quite. In fact, my habits and peculiarities are not that far off from the rest of the world; I get pedicures and brow waxes regularly, I use fancy hair product, I occasionally overindulge in dopamine, go to the doctor, get dressed up when going on a date with my man...not so different from most.

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How To Support Your Skin In Your 30s

Congratulations - you've made it through your 20s! Hopefully, your quarter-life crisis is behind you and you've learned from all the messy obstacles this decade can offer.

But what now?

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The Got Beauty a-Go-Go Top 5 Travel Essentials

Brace yourself, world, the Got Beauty girls are coming! Wanderlust has struck bad here at the GB office, and we've found ourselves reminiscing about past vacations and dreaming of new ones. After all, the world is a big beautiful place, and it's only natural that one would want to see it all! For those of you with travel plans in your future, we recommend preparing your ultimate beauty arsenal so you can enjoy novel experiences while remaining true to your own beauty habits and comfort. For this week's blog, the office girls compiled a list of our top travel essentials based on our individual vacations, from the sunny beaches of  Cancun, Mexico  to the stunning natural beauty of  Zion's National Park !
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How To Recover From Vacation-ized Skin

The point of a vacation is to find refuge from the abrasion of day to day living - so why is it that the very remedy we seek often distributes its own set of trouble? For those of us with delicate skin-sibilities, that trouble often pertains to adjusting to foreign climates when we're away from our own. The truth is that sometimes, your skin will freak out while you're abroad, even if you're freakishly prepared. The good news is that comebacks are many and aplenty if you've got the right arsenal - here's how to recover from vacationized skin.

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Got Beauty Girl's Summer Concert Survival Guide

It's officially festival and summer concert season! Fill up your fanny pack with these essentials that will keep you glowing and fresh all day (or weekend) long. 

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Got Beauty Boss Tammy T. Talks 55 (AKA The Ultimate F Words)

 It’s double nickels for me this month. To be quite frank, while the ups are overwhelmingly in the lead, being “an older woman who looks good for her age” comes with its own set of downs.  (one of the downs?  Being called "an older woman who looks good for her age")

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When To Spring Clean Your Beauty Products

Some call it spring fever, others call it hay fever - either way, 'tis the season of change and starting fresh, which means calling it quits on the old that no longer serves you. This stands true in many areas: old belief systems, old styles in your closet, even old makeup that reeeeally shouldn't have lasted this long. If you're struggling this spring and could use a little guidance on how to gently let go of all you deem as junk, we've got a list of for sures and certainties that will have you breathing easier. Unless, you know, your breathing struggles comes from allergies - in which case, you and your immune system are on your own.

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How To Travel When You're Sensitive To Pretty Much Everything

Living in the world as an individual with sensitivities is cumbersome enough without throwing travel into the mix. Breaking established routines are practically sacrilegious to these folks, and with good reason - an entire day, week, or month can be thrown off when one strays from healthy rituals. As a frequent traveler, a complaint I often hear is that the struggle to maintain routines is more than real. While it may require a little more work than the typical jetsetter, there are travel hacks that are sure to keep you on track without feeling the pangs. After all, sensitive beauties deserve to see the world, too!

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The Outdoor Beauty's Packing Guide

Spring is finally creeping up on us! And with those warmer temperatures rolling in, you can guarantee there will be plenty of hiking and camping, especially if you're in this beaUTAHful area we call Salt Lake City. For a lot of Utah babes, the beach isn't your ideal spring break getaway (sand in your unmentionables, spilled beer in your hair, and a ripe sunburn? I'm good, thanks). If you're looking to spend some time in mother nature, I have your essential outdoorsy girl's travel guide right here. Whether you're new to camping or a seasoned barefoot wild child, read on for useful tips and tricks when packing for your next outdoor adventure. 

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The Chronic Overpacker’s Guide To Traveling Light

Even after you’ve filled your suitcase to the very brim, there always manages to be something or other that didn’t make its way into your travels. Attachment to our comforts is definitely relatable, and it makes sense that you’d want to have your safety with you wherever you go. Sometimes, this isn’t always feasible. For the overpacker, we have one word that is going to alleviate a huge portion of your anxiety: versatility. Here’s how to incorporate it into your packing methods. 

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