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The Spring Break Travel Beauty Giveaway Winners Have Been Chosen!

Angela S. and Vunda V. Congratulations you two crazy kids! Please email me at theglobaldiva@gmail.com with your full postal address and your eye color as soon as possible. Your choices for the Almay Eye-Enhancing Cosmetic Kit are brown, blue, green, and hazel. Thanks again to everyone that entered by following me on Facebook. I have several more Almay kits and plan to host another giveaway soon, so stay tuned via theglobaldiva.com or facebook.com/theglobaldiva....

I'm Hosting Another Travel Beauty Giveaway!

It’s Spring Break I am celebrating by hosting a new Giveaway! 2 lucky winners will receive an adorable travel tote from Forever 21 filled with full sized eye-enhancing cosmetics from Almay Cosmetics, TSA sized hair care products from Tresemme, a handy luggage scale, a universal travel adapter, a cute luggage tag, travel sized beauty samples and much, much more. Because its Spring Break and I know that you are too busy either partying or sunbathing to enter this giveaway a...

I am hosting a Travel Inspired Beauty Giveaway!

Why, you say? What’s the occasion? Mostly because it’s about time. I love giveaways, contests and freebies as you have may have noticed from recent posts. When I started this blog, I had always intended to host giveaways. As a beauty artist and savvy shopper, I have a beauty collection of new products and samples that would make any glamazon green with envy. So the truth is, I have been putting it off because it’s one more thing in the...

Beautiful Monday: Tepezcohuite — Ancient Mayan Skin Secret

It’s called Tepezcohuite (pronounced “Te-pez-co-whee-tay”) and I’m sure you’ve heard of it…No? Don’t worry, I’ve got 15 years of beauty/skincare industry experience and I hadn’t heard of it until recently. It was definitely one of those “wish I had heard of that, sooner” moments. Apparently, it’s been growing all over Mexico and Brazil for thousands of years. Known for centuries as the “skin tree”, the Mayans used the tepezcohuite root bark in treatments to stop bleeding, prevent infections, treat lesions...

French Scarves. So ooh la la.

It’s April and I wish I were in Paris. But when I have the Paris blues, a cup of espresso at a local cafe and an expertly tied neck scarf make me feel a little, well, French-ie-er. What can I say? Although she’s not French, YouTube beauty maven, Michelle Phan and her stunning model, Chriselle created this video tutorial last winter. And I find it to be one of the best guides to scarf wearing that I have seen. Needless...