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Recently, I visited my friend Lia and noticed her skin was particularly glowy and beautiful. Naturally, I asked her what did to get her skin to look so gorgeous. She told me she’d been washing her...

Nutritionista DIY: (Edible) Facewash Recently, I visited my friend Lia and noticed her skin was particularly glowy and beautiful. Naturally, I asked her what did to get her skin to look so gorgeous.

Sofia Black D'Elia (born December 24, 1991) is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Bailey Wells in All My Children, Tea Marvelli in Skins and Sage Spence in Gossip Girl.

Sofia Black D'Elia (born December is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Bailey Wells in All My Children, Tea Marvelli in Skins and Sage Spence in Gossip Girl.

MUSICA MEDICINAL by Madre Sigal-lia on SoundCloud

This is another image I have on the wall in Abby's Healing Room, it's called Zen Garden, also by Toni Carmine Salerno :-) Now you can feel like you've.

i love this. {even though there's a spelling mistake! leave me to be the one to catch that!}

{even though there's a spelling mistake! leave me to be the one to catch that!

"nov. 23 2k14" by xo-beauty ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Michael Kors, UGG Australia, women's clothing, women, female, woman, misses and juniors

A fashion look from November 2014 featuring red shirt, high waisted jeans and champagne shoes.

Victorian Cased Set of Three Sterling Dessert Serving Spoons. Each handle with finely chased hunting scene of dogs surrounding a stag with a hunter, the reverse with female mask and a hunting trophy; comprising two berry spoons and a sugar sifter, London hallmarks for 1880, maker's mark for Henry John Lias & James Wakely.

Victorian Cased Set of Three Sterling Dessert Serving Spoons. Each handle with finely chased hunting scene of dogs surrounding a stag with a hunter, the reverse with female mask and a hunting trophy; comprising two berry spoons and a sugar sifter, London hallmarks for 1880, maker's mark for Henry John Lias & James Wakely.

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