A Day Of Beauty With Kaitlyn: Skora Bath Salts

Rustic Maka - Skora Bath Salts

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As I’m just finishing up a hectic filming schedule shooting both Heartland out west and Shadowhunters here in Toronto, I have made time when I’m home to take a 30-minute bath soaking in warm water and my favourite bath salts of all time. All natural dead sea salt added to my bath have more benefits than just relaxing and enjoying some “me time.” The minerals found in the bath salts help detoxify your skin, relieve stress and muscle ache, improves mood and helps with insomnia, all while infusing your bathroom with the most amazing scent that revitalizes your mind as well.

For that half hour with the lights off, candles lit, some music and my Skora Bath Salts (Citrus Gardens), I feel like I’m in my very own escape and I love every single minute of it. My favourite ladies at Rustic Maka have done it again! Thank you for creating these bath salts that I feel are safe to use, all natural, and truly so enjoyable!

Check out Skora Bath Salts and see all the other scents Rustic Maka has to offer. My favourites are Citrus Gardens and Sweet Lemonade!! Use two generous handfuls in your bath and keep your bath salts sealed properly and in a dry place!


Kaitlyn Leeb

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Author: Kaitlyn Leeb / Bath Salts: Rustic Maka

Rustic Maka - Skora Bath Salts

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How To Up Your Brow Game 101


What you’ll need:

  • Spooly brush or disposable mascara wand
  • Cuticle scissors
  • Angled/slant tweezers
  • Pointed tweezers
  • Brow shadow (taupe for blondes, brown range for everyone else)
  • Stiff brow shadow brush
  • Pencil (to line up the angles)

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Step 1: With a disposable mascara wand or spooly brush, brush the hairs upward to prepare for Step 2.


Step 2: With a pair of scissors, trim any hairs that are longer than your brow shape.


Step 3: With angled tweezers, pluck areas above and below the brows, grabbing a couple at a time.


Step 4: With pointed tweezers, grab stubborn single hairs and shorter ones.


Step 5: To determine where your brow should start, hold a pencil or make-up brush along one side of your nose. Where it crosses the inner corner of your brow, that’s where it should begin.


Step 6: Now angle the pencil across the iris; that’s where the arch should begin.


Step 7: Angle it to the end of the outer corner of the eye; that’s where the brow should end.


Step 8: With those angles and lengths in mind, fill in the brows using light, feathery strokes as if you were drawing individual hairs.

You’re all done! Did it work? Let us know if you run into any troubles. Have an easier way to do things? We’ve love to hear about it! Leave us a comment below…

Images: The Beauty Department

How To Master A Braid Crown In 5 Easy Steps


What you need to master a braid crown:

  • Hair serum, we recommend using TRESemmé Get sleek
  • A hair straightener
  • Hair ties to match your hair colour
  • Bobby pins
  • Hair spray, we recommend using Big Sexy Hair

Step 1:

Part hair into half, and apply a serum for extra smooth, and frizz-free hair.


Step 2:

Secure each part with a hair tie (make sure the hair ties match your hair colour).


Step 3:

Braid your hair on each side & secure at the bottom with a small hair tie.


Step 4:

Take one braid and wrap it around the middle of your head to the other side, and secure with bobby pins.


Step 5:

Repeat with the other braid.


You’re all done!


Easy peasy am I right? 5 easy steps and you can look as fab as the always fabulous Victoria Rafaeli! Like what you guys see? Let us know by leaving a comment below! And always, you can shop the products used in this tutorial directly through Spread, just click on any of the links below. <3

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Model: Victoria Rafaeli / Hair Serum: TRESemmé Get sleek / Hair Spray: Big Sexy Hair

Rustic Maka: Made In Nature


As I’ve gotten older, what goes into my body or on it has become more and more important to me. There was a time when the word “organic” was so foreign to me, it had no impact on my purchase decisions at all. Now, those are exactly the type of words I look for when buying products, especially for myself.

An odd product to discuss is deodorant but it’s something we use everyday. After my Mom was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of years ago, finding a natural, organic deodorant was a priority. Something that was not as easy as I had thought. That was until I came across Rustic Maka. Their patchy deodorants are amazing. They smell so great, last all day and are easy to throw in your bag if you need to use it later. My favourite scents are the “Sweet Lemonade” and “Calming Fields”. But they have so many others you definitely should check them out!!


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Author: Kaitlyn Leeb / Deodorant: Rustic Maka


How much are you spending on Fashion and Beauty?

Hi guys!

I came across an article the other day that absolutely blew my mind. Celebrities are spending a ludicrous amount of money on fashion and beauty every year, but when taken into context to how much they make, it doesn’t seem so bad! It’s suggested that as a rule of thumb, people should spend around 5% of their monthly income on clothes and 2-3% on beauty products.

Cue Celebrity Spending:

Jennifer Aniston


Spends over $70,000 per year on beauty products alone. Now given that she took home over $30 million last year, 5% of her annual salary would equate to $1.5 million! Sounds like Jennifer is living a lot more modest than it would seem. rolls eyes

Kim Kardashian


Spends more than $27,250 per month or $327,000 per year on clothes. Given that Kim makes over $28 million a year , 5% of her annual salary would be $1.4 million.

These ladies are spending far less than 5% of their monthly income on fashion and beauty products, but let’s be serious, does anyone really need over a million dollars worth of clothes every year?

It really leads me to evaluate how much I’m spending on myself every month! What do you guys think? Is 5% of your monthly income a fair estimate? Who of you spends more/less than that?! We’d love to hear from you :)

A Day Of Beauty With Kaitlyn: Bare Minerals Bare Skin

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One of the amazing makeup artists I get to work with brought this foundation to my attention while we were on set. She applied it on me that day and I ran out the following day to purchase it for myself. The new bareSkin brightening foundation by bareMinerals is amazing. It leaves your skin looking natural, fresh, bright, and has great build-able coverage if you want it. The formula is very thin and east to apply, as it goes on like a second skin.

This foundation has SPF 20 built into it, it’s a great price point and a little goes a long way so it should last you a while.

I wear Bare Latte 11.

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Model: Kaitlyn Leeb / Foundation: bareMinerals

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A Day Of Beauty With Kaitlyn: Moisturizing Mask

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Much like winter, summer and the sun can definitely dry out your skin, so you should take extra care using daily sun protection and keeping your skin moisturized. My go-to face mask that I absolutely fell in love with this year is a fiber mask from Sephora. They are reasonably priced, easy to travel with and best of all, they work and show results.

My favourite sheet mask by Sephora is the Ultra moisturizing & brightening rose mask. You carefully unfold the mask from its package, place it on your skin for 15 minutes, remove it and gently massage the product into your skin. It will leave your face looking moisturized, plump, glowing and happy.

Ps. Since this is a sheet mask, it’s best applied while you lie down and take the 15 minutes to, not only do some goodness to your face, but also close your eyes and relax!! Think of it as a mini 15 minute spa :)

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Author: Kaitlyn Leeb / Moisturizing Mask: Sephora

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