Winter Skincare Routine for Dry Skin | Guest Post by Alina Ahmed

I'm so excited. 
I'm so excited because this is my first time hosting a guest blog post, something I've been dying to do for such a long time and something I plan to do at least once a month. 

I'm so honored to have Alina as my first ever guest poster. Alina Ahmed is a 19 year old beauty and lifestyle blogger from Glasgow Scotland. She's currently going to University and she's in her second year of studying Pharmacy Science and Health, she loves going on beachy holidays, and she has a sweet tooth, which is something I can totally relate to! She's also super sweet herself! 

I'm so excited for this guest post because, if you follow me, you'll know I have oily skin. Alina has dry skin and she discusses how to care for it in the winter months, which is something I can't really write about, ya feel? 

So if you have dry skin, stick around and Alina's going to tell you all about how to take care of it in the colder months!

The 5 Apps Every Blogger Needs

Blogging is so much more than blogging, ya feel? If you're a blogger, then you definitely know what I'm talking about. You're a writer, a content creator, photographer, editor, social media manager, and if you make money off of your blog I'm sure you're also doing finances. 

It's a lot of work and sometimes blogging can seem overwhelming. But lucky for us, we live in the here and now, and we have some really cool technology in the here and now. Apps that do literally everything we could ever want, right at our fingertips! Since there's now an app for everything, you know there's plenty of apps geared towards bloggers and our wants and needs. The amount of apps there are can seem overwhelming also, (there are thousands), but that's why I made this little list. 

So whether you're a newbie blogger, or you've been blogging for years, here are the 5 apps you need to be using! 

The 6 Signs of Damaged Hair + The 5 Amazing Products That Saved Mine!

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You may have noticed or maybe you haven't, who knows honestly, but I'm a blonde. And no, sadly, it's not natural. (Shout out to all the babes out there with naturally blonde hair. Just know that I'm forever jealous of you!)
I've been dying it regularly for the past 9 years, but the past year or so I took the dive and decided to go platinum/white and let me tell ya, I'm obsessed with the color!

Unfortunately, going that light does loads of damage to your hair. I'm talkin that dry, dull, hair breaking off kind of damage, which makes dying your hair a pretty color kinda pointless. 

Damaged hair sucks and I really don't mean to scare you, but chances are you probably have damaged hair too. Most of us have done some kind of damage to our hair, it's not exactly very hard to do so. So many things cause damaged hair, including diet and genetics. 

But if you do any of the following 7 things, you are at an increased rate for damaged hair.