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My name is Mikayla! I'm a 22 year old University Graduate with a passion for all things beauty. I stumbled into the online beauty community a year ago and have been obsessed with youtube videos and blogs ever since. After watching hundreds of videos over the past year I figured it was about time I joined the community and posted my own thoughts in my own little space. I'm also recently graduated, unemployed and headed for college in September.

I really enjoy all things beauty, and I really like telling my friends what I think about products so writing them down just felt natural. To me, make up isn't something that you wear to make yourself look prettier, it's something you do on yourself for yourself. It has the power to give you strength to tackle a rough day, the courage to find your inner confidence and sparkle like every girl is meant too.

Other than beauty, I love fashion. Beauty and Fashion are the keys to my heart, along with a great deal. I'm all about a decent deal, and budget shopping is my favourite.

I can't wait to start this journey with the internet and all of you!


Just a general disclaimer:

I am not a professional makeup artist, I am completely self taught, any posts on beauty products are purely personal opinion and should not be taken as fact.

Beauty items shown on this blog are purchased by myself, or as a gift from family members.

Any and all reviews on products are based on my opinions alone.

Cross Canada Day 4! Red Deer to Medicine Hat Alberta!

Saturday, 4 July 2015

Today we slept in a little bit, had some breakfast (mcdonald's) and then hit the road. We didn't have a lot of travel planned in terms of distance, but we made a couple stops along the day where we explored for a bit and made the day a little longer.

Our first stop was to Drumheller Alberta (home to the Canadian Badlands and Dinosaur bones!) we stopped for an hour or so, and checked out the museum, thanks to the Royal Tyrell Museum who offered free admission to any member of the Canadian Armed Forces and their families (the museum was really cool!) 

Our second stop was at the Hoodoos (?) near Drumheller which are naturally eroded hourglass looking rock things, and naturally my dad and I had to take the exploring thing to the next level and climb a bit. 

We then headed for Medicine Hat, where we will be staying the night. 

I still cannot get over the amount of different landscapes I have seen on this trip, all in ONE country!

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