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Writing Process Tour

Happy Football Sunday (I'm happy that my team won earlier today!)! Hope everyone has been enjoying the weekend so far. This post is going to be continuing the Writing Process Tour. I was nominated by the lovely + Keisha over at The Chrysalis Gals. She has wonderful makeup looks and tutorials to share, DIY recipes and recently launched her own makeup line! She is just a sweet person and thanks for nominating me. Now on to the questions.

1. What are you working on? I am still mapping out when I will do certain posts for this month. For this week, I will be getting a product review up and updated hair routine.

2. How does your work differ from others in this genre? I talk more about natural hair and natural hair products than everyone else I'm following now. I'm hoping to expand more into that world soon.

3. Why do I write what I do? I love everything about hair, makeup, fashion, beauty and all things girly. I wanted an outlet to talk about these things and learn more about different products I've never heard of before and meet some wonderful bloggers along the way.

4. How does your writing process work? Well, I write everything down in my blogging book. I take notes when I use products for reviews, for any ideas for post that pop into my head and my monthly favorites. Then I just sit down and write the post based on my notes. Its my vlogs that take some time lol.

Now I nominate the following ladies to continue the Writing Process Tour on Sept. 14 :

Rhodine over at Born To Blossom. I love reading all about the luxury products she has and is just a sweet person.

Caledonian Kitty over at Caledonian Kitty. She is over in the UK and love reading about the products we don't have over here in the US.

So that is it for this post. What is your writing process? Comment below and let me know. See you guys on Tuesday!!



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  1. Thanks for the sweet shout out Andrea!
    Keeping a blogging note book has really helped me also. I really enjoy your natural hair cair posts :)

    Thanks for participating!

    Keisha xo

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    1. No problem Keisha and thanks again for the nominating me. Yes, that notebook has made things so much better!!

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  2. Loved reading this! You should think about contacting some natural hair product companies to have them send you products to review!

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  3. Thanks Tanya! I do have one company that will be sending me their products soon!

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  4. Oh Andrea, I didn't know you nominated me. Thanks a bunch. Will definitely get the post up and let you know when I do. A blogging book sounds like a great idea. Great for organization and ideas. Love all your hair care reviews and all your reviews on eyeshadows + more. I agree with Tanya!

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    1. Your Welcome Rhondine! That blogging book keeps me so organized, I would be lost without it lol! I do have a review coming up when I finish using the products that a company sent me.

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