So sorry I missed my best blog posts this week for last week, it was hectic to say the least. I am now back in action and ready to share what I believe are the best blog posts that I found this week. The posts don’t necessarily have to be posted this week as they are the posts that I found most interesting. I sometimes see blog posts that sound super interesting but I just don’t have the time at that moment to read it. I archive those posts in my e-mail box and share them with my readers later.

Best Concealers:

This topic is such a struggle for me since I have the hardest time finding a great concealer that doesn’t cake or crease. Harpers Bazaar has taken my worries and just made them disappear with this amazing list of concealers I am bound to find one that works for me. Did I mention that they included drugstore brand concealers like Maybelline New York Super Stay Better Skin Concealer and L’Oreal Visible Lift CC Eye Concealer? I cannot wait to try these out!

100 Awesome Gift Ideas Under $100:

Now this is excitement because everyone knows when the holiday season is upon us we all draw blanks on what to buy as gifts.  Fret not because Who What Wear Daily has us covered. They even made it easier by starting with items Under $25 which includes this gorgeous Andy Warhol: Flowers Sketchbook and then of course moving on to this Vintage Pajama Set by J. Crew.

The World’s Tax-Friendliest Places to Live:

Somehow in speaking to most of my friends and family the subject taxes always seems to pop up. It could be because I am a finance professional by day and beauty/lifestyle blogger by night but who knows. If I run into anything that has to do with saving money on your taxes then by all means I love reading and of course sharing it with as many people as I can. I came across this article on My Domaine which talks about how most of us see half of our income disappear.  So how do we prevent that well by moving of course! Some of the cities cited in the article aren’t places I am willing to move to like the ever so beautiful to visit Mumbai, India. Other places I may consider like Atlanta, Georgia where it is considered the tax-friendliest city in the United States. 


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