Make your own Emergency Car Care Package with Coca – Cola

jenessasheffield
July 28, 2016

“This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and The Coca-Cola Company. All opinions are mine alone. #ShareTheLyrics #CollectiveBias”

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Hello my loves!!

I don’t know about you guys but Jordan and I have a TON of road trips planned for this Summer.  I feel like with road trips, yummy treats and great music come along with it! I love the new #sharethelyrics campaign that Coca – Cola has going on.  It’s all about every lyric being a reason to share, whether it reminds you of a memory with a friend, or becomes your theme song to celebrate a moment with your family. The lyric themed coke cans really make for a fun way to pass time, especially when you have been on the road all day.  The lyrics from the cans inspire loud duets and a flood of memories.  These Coca – Cola cans are a must on my road trips haha! However, there is an extremely vital step in preparing for road trips.  One that is too often forgotten, at least by me.  That is making sure you are prepared if there ever was an emergency.  Not only should you tune up your car before you head out on your adventure but you should have a backpack filled with supplies that could come in handy if there happens to be a tragedy. Which is why for this blog post I have come to you with a tutorial on how to create your own Car Emergency Care Kit.  It is super easy and very important.  I keep the bag in the back of my car so it is always there when I need it.  You can find these items on line or at any hardware store, it is not very expensive and is totally worth the small investment.  I keep non-perishable items in the bag and cycle through the bag every year to get rid of any expired items.  The Coca – Cola doesn’t last longer than a week though haha wink wink, that emergency item is specifically added for road trip purposes, so it is always being replaced.  Thanks to the 28 pack from Sam’s Club it will last my road trip buddies along time!

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If you are interested in creating your own emergency car kit than check out my steps and pics below!

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First: A medical kit, there are many dollar stores that carry First Aid items that you can throw in your bag.

Second: Toiletries, I always think worse case scenario, like I am going to be stranded on an island for weeks.  I can’t let my pearly whites go yellow or allow my hair to get split ends haha.  I put some dental care in a baggy and travel size hair/body wash in another baggy. Cause “I’m Cool like dat” name that song… anyone?

Third: Food/water you can buy package sealed water that doesn’t take up a lot of room.  I added packaged water, a purifier and non perishable food items in a baggy. As well as Coca-Cola! Because nobody wants to get “HANGRY!”

Fourth: Light and Heat, I picked up some space blankets, emergency self-light candles, flashlight, body warmer packs, and matches.  For obvious reasons, you never know what kind of emergency you will be in and I always want to be prepared for the worst.

Last: I picked up some small tool kits, literally tools and a sewing kit because a button going “A wall” is just as much of an emergency as anything else!

These are just a few of the important things I felt was necessary to mention, you can of course tailor your kit to your personal needs!

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What is your favorite Share a song Coca – Cola can lyric?  Hope you enjoy!

XO JNESS

Rimmel Volume Colourist Mascara

jenessasheffield
July 25, 2016

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #DaretoDarken #NeverGoNaked #CollectiveBias

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Hey guys!

Today I am bringing you a mini eye tutorial.  I have been using the new  Rimmel Volume Colourist Mascara and it is amazing! I swear this product was made for me! I wear false eyelashes practically everyday, which is pretty damaging to your lashes.  Not only that but I have to tight line my liner so much because if I don’t you can see the root of my blonde lashes and it just looks gross.  

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But now that I have been using the Rimmel Volume Colourist Mascara I don’t have those issues!! Each time you wear this mascara it creates instant volume and lash tinting over time, which means for me, it is the perfect mascara to apply underneath my false lashes. Yay! No more blonde roots!! How it works: A tapered brush wraps every lash with blacker than black pigments making your lashes look fuller and longer; plus over time, lash-tint complex with natural colorant gradually darkens the color of your lashes. Results are visible after 2 to 4 weeks! I use mine everyday to see the most intense tinting effect. 

Before

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After 2 weeks of use

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I purchased my Rimmel products from Target I have a great Cartwheel offer: 25% Off all Rimmel Eye featuring Volume Colourist Mascara Click
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Below is my eye makeup tutorial.  I used the Rimmel eyeliner to go along with the Rimmel Volume Colourist Mascara. Those two were a match made in heaven, between the eyeliner and Rimmel Volume Colourist Mascara my blonde eyelashes are no where in sight!  

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If you would like to achieve this look than follow along with the tutorial below! 

First: I used a beige color eye shadow and a fluffy brush to create some depth in the crease of my eye. This step will also help the other colors we apply blend out.

Second: With a flat head brush and a tan color eye shadow, create your crease. 

Third: Darken/add depth to your crease by applying a darker brown eye shadow with the same brush.  By taking this extra step it will help the blending process go smoother. 

Fourth: Now we are going to add in our complimentary color into our crease, this color helps bring out the eyelid color.  Today we are going to use a combo of orange and burnt orange.  In a sweeping motion, place the color in the crease and blend it out evenly. 

Fifth: To make our eyes appear bigger we are going to smoke out the outside of our crease using a black eye shadow and a pencil precision brush.  In a “C” shape sweep/buffer the product on the outside of the eye. 

Sixth: Grab a flat head brush and a gold eye shadow and slice the color onto the lid creating a sharp line in the crease. Pack the product on the lid until you have reached the pigmentation you are looking for.

Final: Add the Rimmel eyeliner and Rimmel Volume Colourist Mascara for a dark, lush, romantic finish!  

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I hope you enjoyed this post!! Have you used a tinting mascara before? You can find out more info on this Rimmel Volume Colourist Mascara by clicking HERE

XO JNESS