I absolutely love easter! Everything from the colors, to the decor to the food. Oh, and I love brunch! This year, I decided to create this cute and simple mimosa bar at my breakfast bar and it not only looked great, but it was extremely easy to do and cheap. I would say everything cost me under $50 You would be amazed at how much you can find for cheap at the dollar store when it comes to decor. What you will need: Champagne glasses/flutes Chalkboard or dry erase board: This is not a must but it definitely looks super cute. Fruit: (strawberries, oranges, blueberries, etc.) Juice: Orange juice, pomegranate juice, grapefruit juice, etc. Champagne, of course! Straws ( I chose cute reusable ones to save money) Easter decor: This decorates the bar and makes it extra festive. I chose these glitter sparkle eggs that you can get from the… View Post

Everyone has their own method on how they wash their makeup brushes, but I wanted to share with you guys one of the easiest and quickest ways I find to do it without spending barley any money at all. I have also linked some of my all time favorite face and eye brushes for you guys! xoxo, -Sélah What you need: All you need is some dish soap and a brush cleaning pad. I use the sigma one which is super affordable and has different size ridges to deep clean the brushes! I’ve listed some more brush cleaners here below at different price points! Tips: 1.Make sure you use COLD water when cleaning your brushes otherwise the warm water will loosen the bristles. 2. Make sure you rinse out the water after washing so they can dry faster. 3. put the dish soap directly on the mat, not on the… View Post

For those who don’t know my boyfriend is Filipino. The other day he texted me asking me if I can make this traditional dish that he hasn’t had since he was little. I replied with “uhh I mean I can try.” I’ve never even heard of the dish, let alone tried to make it. This is one of the many reasons why Pinterest is my best friend. With a little help from that and putting my own spin on things I nailed it, well so my boyfriend says. The soup is actually very easy to make and only takes a few minutes. it’s very light and perfect for a cold January day. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 pack of thin rice noodles 10 dried shiitake mushrooms sliced in half 2 cloves of garlic, minced 4 small chicken breasts or 2 large ones cut up 2 tbsp of fish sauce 1/8… View Post

If you love cheese and meats as much as I do then you will love this holiday inspired DIY! Whenever I’m at a party or gathering the cheese tray is always the first thing I gravitate toward (super healthy of me, I know.) I decided to put together my own board this year because not only is it super delicious, but it is extremely easy. A lot of the items I chose for my board I already had in my fridge or pantry. Feel free to be creative with this, and I’m sure all your guests will love it! Searching Pinterest I was overwhelmed with how many cute and creative ideas there were for meat and cheese boards. You can really do anything you want and dress it up with all kinds of different foods and decor. One thing I will say though, is that you want your board to… View Post

There’s nothing better than a bowl of ice cold pasta salad in the summertime. This dish has both veggies and fruit to give you a different taste in each bite. It’s super easy to make and sooo delicious. Although I did make this myself, I can’t take all the credit because my friend Stephanie is the real genius behind putting this dish together originally. She used to always make it when we went on the boat, and I had such a random craving for it this week that I HAD to ask her what was in it to make it myself. Here’s what you need: One cucumber or a package of small ones. Broccoli Cheese cubes Seedless Red Grapes Tomatoes ( I didn’t put those in mine though because I hate them LOL) 2 packs of tri-colored noodles 2 packs of Kraft fat-free zesty Italian dressing What to do: Cook… View Post