how to-sday . valentine bath salts
I know I've said it before, but Valentine's Day is an overrated train wreck for anybody's who's not a couple. People get all weepy and self-pitying over what is essentially a solely commercial holiday. This year, I propose to make it an everybody-holiday. Whether you've got a guy or girl or not, why not give your ladies a Valentine just to celebrate the day? Here's what I suggest: Get your best girlfriends together; set a dinner date; and exchange little pamper-me presents!
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I found that it was easier to really incorporate the color using my fingers once I had broken up the big chunks. Just sift through the bowl with your hands to mix. Whenever you find little blobs of color, pinch them together between your fingers, and then knead the salt back into the rest to distribute the color evenly. Continue adding drop until you've reached your desire color level. I wanted a nice, pale pink, so I added about 15 drops of red and 7 drops of yellow.