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Hillary Burberry
Hillary Burberry
Hillary Burberry

Hillary Burberry

White lace dress with a little POOF. great for the courthouse wedding and or the rehearsal dinner.

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Clean eating on a budget! Two weeks of groceries for two, only $175.

Dill Pickle dip - AMAZING

Blake & Christie 14kt Rose Gold Oval FB Moissanite and Diamonds Cathedral Wedding Set (Other metals and stone options available) on Etsy, $2,725.00

Hydrate and repair damaged locks with coconut oil. Warm a tablespoon of coconut oil in the microwave, massage it into your hair, and sleep on it. In the morning, shampoo it out! #hair #diy #beauty

  • ashley mcnamara

    48 years ago that was posted lol

  • Jackie Jordan

    How come you shouldn't heat coconut oil in the microwave?! How else should you heat it? On the stove?

  • Gabby Anzaldua

    It will melt right in your hands!?! No need to heat it up!?

  • Rachael Ann Hoyte

    There are two general uses for coconut oil: in food and on your body! Most of the time, if you’re cooking with coconut oil, you’ll want to melt it. Never melt coconut oil in the microwave or over direct heat (unless you are using it to fry or sauté). This will damage the healthful properties and destroy the good fats it contains. Instead, I prefer using either a double boiler or a bain-marie. Make your own version with a small saucepan and glass or Pyrex bowl. Add an inch or two of water to the saucepan and set the bowl on top (if the bottom of the bowl touches the water, that’s okay – just make sure it doesn’t touch the bottom of the pan, but instead rests on the lip of the pan). Heat the water to a gentle simmer. Add the coconut oil to the bowl and allow it to melt gradually over a low heat. If it’s the middle of winter, this might take a few minutes! If it’s the middle of summer, you can probably skip this process and pour it straight out of the jar!

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