Tuesday Tips: DIY Makeup Remover

It's February everyone! I'm excited! So after my first week back at school, I feel exhausted. I get 2 days off a week, but other than that, I have approximately 8 or 9 hour school days. I remember thinking in High School that I would much rather only have to come to school twice or thrice a week for maybe 8 or 9 hours instead of 6, but boy, I was wrong. By the time I have my night classes, I'm beyond exhausted!

On another note, the reason I haven't been posting much about outfits lately is because to be quite frank, my apartment is messy and not an awesome place to take pictures (alone might I add) and the weather with the wind chill for the past week here has been roughly -27 degrees. I'm sorry to say that I can't bring myself to wear dresses or skirts in that type of weather and I only have one other pair of pants that aren't regular jeans.

So today, I have decided to link you to this awesome DIY that I found while stumbling around the internet, so I will post the content here and link you to the amazing blog that posted it!

Beautifulshoes.org

Instruction:
It basically involves cutting a roll of paper towels in half, placing in container and soaking with 4 cups warm water and desired mixture (including coconut oil). The ingredients differ only slightly depending on what kind of wipes you’re making.

For make-up remover wipes, you’ll need:
4 cups of warm water, 1-2 tablespoons Coconut Oil, and 1-2 squirts of baby wash or face wash

For baby wipes, you’ll need:
4 cups warm water, 1-2 tablespoons Coconut Oil and 1-2 squirts of baby was