“You grow up the day you have your first real laugh at yourself.” ~Ethel Barrymore
Be (B)eautiful: I just started using a new face scrub from none other than St.Ives. The product is called ‘Naturally Clear Green Tea Scrub‘ and it is FAB! Green tea is a known redness reducer and I suffer terribly from redness in my skin. Green tea also helps fight off free radicals, because it is full of antioxidants. I am SOLD. Also, what is great about this scrub is that it is much more gentle on your skin than other face scrubs (i.e St.Ives Apricot Scrub). It is recommended that you only use a face scrub 2-3 times a week (especially if you have acne), but this one I feel could be used more than that. It is amazing and only $6! Check it out!
Be (A)uthentic: Having a great sense of humor is a BAD girl must. Being able to make people laugh is even better. However, my favorite people are the ones who can laugh at themselves. It really shows your confidence when you can laugh silly things off. If you do something foolish, say something inappropriate, trip and fall – can you laugh at yourself? Can you look back at your awkward duck stage of life and do nothing, but chuckle? People who are uptight and insecure are the ones who fail at this. Not a BAD girl- we embrace our mishaps and laugh them off with a flip of our hair. What can you laugh at about yourself? (Share!!)
Be (D)etermined:’Keep people guessing‘. I live by this. A BAD girl keeps her private life PRIVATE. She shares with those who are WORTHY enough to know about her life. There are people who I haven’t seen in years, but I know everything about them thanks to social media sites. These websites are great to keep in touch with everyone you know, but a little mystery as to what you are up to keeps the nosy bitches on their toes. Don’t make it easy for them. As a BAD girl I can guarantee you have friend on Facebook who may be friends with someone you don’t get along with. So don’t give them any ammunition to spread things around about you and your personal life. Again, they don’t deserve to know about your life.