Proper Skin Care Routine using Lancome Products

WATCH: PROPER SKIN CARE ROUTINE Proper Skin Care Routine How many times have you asked yourself: What is a good skin care routine? What are all the skin care products I need? When do I use this skin care product? What does this skin care product mean? What’s a serum, what’s a lotion? Will this skin care product work for my oily skin? If you’ve been asking yourself these questions & have been confused for years just like me. Then you MUST watch this PROPER SKIN CARE video. I’m going to show you a morning & night skincare routine that works for every skin type! I’m going to list the face cleansing steps for each skin care product so you’ll know exactly when to use them. Trust me, I know how confusing it gets, especially when you want that beautiful & flawless complexion. After so many years I have finally mastered the art of skin care & so I want to teach you too. Say goodbye to your confusion 🙂 Whether you need a face routine for clear skin or need some advice for oily & sensitive skin, I GOTCHU! Watch this video if you want to learn: – Basic Skin Care techniques for every skin type – The order in which to use each skin care product In this video I’m going to be using 2 skin care products that were gifted to me for testing purposes. Not only do I believe in a good skin care routine, I also believe in using good quality skin care. This is why I choose to use these Lancome skin care...

Miso Yaki Onigiri (Miso Flavored Grilled Rice Ball)

I stumbled across ochikeron’s Miso Yaki Onigiri recipe, it seemed so simple that I couldn’t resist trying it out, so here it is.   Ingredients: 1 cup or 1 cup 1/2 Japanese rice 2 teaspoons of toasted sesame seeds (optional) 1 tbsp of Miso paste (you can find this in Japanese markets) 1 tbsp of Mirin (sweet Sake) 1/2 tsp of sugar 2 tsp of sesame oil or any oil for cooking or grilling Directions: Mix the miso paste, mirin, and sugar in a bowl Make 4 rice balls using plastic wrap or wet hands and sprinkle sesame seeds before shaping (I like to shape mine into triangles so that the rice ball can lay flat and evenly while I’m grilling, but it’s your choice) Heat oil in a frying pan on medium heat and cook the rice balls on both sides until lightly browned Brush the miso sauce on rice balls and cook one by one until browned, if you cook them all together they may become black and burned (i actually put the miso sauce on the rice balls as the first step and that is why mine are black and a little burnt, but i liked them that way ~ extra crispy ) Eat immediately if you want to enjoy a nice warm snack, even though rice ball will remain delicious hours after. Your Miso Yaki Onigiri will have a smokey BBQ like flavor that is mouth...

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