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Read my review on these amazing products that will keep your skin hydrated and healthy all fall/winter long. These skincare products for cold winter weather will have your skin thanking you! After all, don’t we all want better skin for the new year?
Portland is known for its plethora of coffee shops. The Presso Coffee Bar certainly didn’t disappoint! I feel like this coffee shop is perfect for me. It has adorable marble tables, epic wallpaper of moody peonies, and an art wall out back that is the perfect backdrop for a quick photo shoot.
Some of you may remember the classic Nickelodeon cartoon show about a spunky redheaded girl. If you don’t, it’s a TV show about a girl named Ginger’s journey through middle school. I’m sure we can all remember how painful that time was, with raging puberty and hormones. In the show there is a gaggle of mean girls who try to make Ginger and her friend’s lives difficult. I’m sure we have all experienced bullying in some way or form, but I think some of the worst type of bullying is making fun of someone’s physical appearance. Throw in some red hair, pasty skin and freckles – the bullies will have a field day with you!
In 6th grade I remember a girl making fun of my eyelids having prominent veins since my skin is so pale. I’ve had people comment on my blog telling me that my outfit would look better on someone who isn’t so pale. I’ve had times where I was tested to spend hundreds of dollars a month on spray tans just so I can look normal. I have heard people say nasty comments like “well she’s a ginger so…” implying that people with red hair are inferior or ugly. I always wondered why I had to change myself to appease someone else. Was my red hair and pale skin that offensive?