I limit my activity with Arbonne to mentioning it as part of a giveaway or a "hey, look how my makeup works with my outfit" post.
But I have learned a thing or two about how blogs can help educate the public...and I obviously have been doing this for over two years as a big fan of J. Crew, Boden, and Anthropologie, and since this was my main "thing" early on, I guess I just decided that was where my emphasis would continue. (And it will, I promise.) But that doesn't mean that I should never have posts on something I know a lot about, like skin care and cosmetics. (And mid-century modern things and historical archaeology in Virginia, but I will hold off on those for a while...lol.)
So I am going to really focus some energy (now that I have loads of it) towards increasing readership for what I know about Arbonne. Since I am a consultant (which should be fairly obvious), I do not have the "un-biased" approach, but I am not exactly "un-biased" about J. Crew, either, hole-y shirts and all. I will NEVER recommend something I personally don't love or haven't heard that others love. (I think I will probably be staying away from reviews on the clear skin line as I and my friends who use Arbonne have no experience from it.) I will grab all info and reviews on Arbonne from people I know, and I will add anything you may want to think about before using a product. (Like if you need waterproof mascara, Arbonne's version won't work for you because the waterproof mascaras contain chemicals that Arbonne has taken a very firm stand on not using. Also no nail polish--sad face--or hair sprays, etc. On the days I swim, I must take off my mascara before swimming, lest I scare other swimmers away with my raccoon eyes...)
Okay. Phew. Nice and long explanation...I know some of you are all, "umm, dinagideon, just explain the photo collage already." ;)
Over the next few days, in conjunction with my "Free Sheer Glow Highlighter with $100+ Purchase," I am showing how I go from freshly moisturized face to all made up in 8 total steps. For a lot of you, this will not be super-helpful as you may already have a routine, but I have a feeling there are a few people who would love to have a step by step guide to getting made up with Arbonne cosmetics. So I will provide.
This post just simply explains what is going on...the total posts will be based on the steps. I may put a few together (like the tinted moisturizer and makeup primer steps, for example), while others will be stand alone (probably the one on the sheer glow highlighter itself).
So, anyhow, have a great day, and I look forward to putting the above guide/collage into words.