I'm a Maskcara Beauty Artist

If you've been following me on Instagram , you know that I've recently become one of the very first Maskcara Beauty Artist's in Canada.
I first tried this 3D foundation last year on our trip to Oklahoma and fell in love!!
Unfortunately, it wasn't unavailable in Canada at the time.
The end of March 2019 all my makeup dreams came true and the makeup was finally available for us Canadians!

5 Minute HAC
This makeup is a GAME CHANGER you guys.

It's basically like walking around with a real life filter on your face!

It also simplifies this busy mamas life because my whole face can be achieved with one small compact that fits right in my purse.

When I heard of Canada's launch I knew I had to sign up as a Maskcara Artist.
What an amazing opportunity to sign up with a company from the ground floor.
In the 4 weeks that I've been an artist, it's already been a HUGE blessing for our family.
I've been able to pay back the initial investment into the business, purchase my son the video game console he wanted for his birthday AND more.

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I won't ramble on anymore.
I'll leave y'all with these two videos that explain what this makeup is all about!

If you are interested in hearing more about the Artist Program or want a Custom Colour Match send an email to hello@kelseydianeblog.com

Also, I'm holding a Mystety Hostess Party the whole month of May! 
This means that every single order placed through this link  HERE
will be entered to win $500 worth of product!

Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Yesterday, we did something as a family that we've never done before.
We made our own Easter egg dye using food.
The kids were so excited to get in the kitchen and do this "experiment".
They couldn't possibly believe that they could make their own dye using red cabbage and turmeric spice.

This was a really fun experience from start to finish.
This wasn't a quick process by any means, but there's something so rewarding about taking a slow approach to things.
The kids were involved in every step of this process.
From cutting the red cabbage into little strips to watching it boil on the stove.

This was a great lesson in patience and the feeling of accomplishment after  hard work.


- Eggs
- 5 cups Red Cabbage
-  4 tbs Turmeric 
- Vinegar
- Water
- Vingegar

Prepare cabbage by cutting into strips.
Add 5 cups of water each to two saucepans.

Add turmeric to one and cabbage to the other. 

Bring to a boil.

Cover and simmer for 1 hour.

Strain liquid through a sieve into a bowl.

Add 5 tablespoons of vinegar to the dye and let cool to room temperature.

To dye, refrigerate hard-boiled eggs in dye solution over night.

Original recipe found in She Reads Truth book.