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My Top Hair, Skin, and Beauty Tips – CurlyNikki’s Whole Life Regimen

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My Whole Life Regimen

Top Hair, Beauty, Skin, and Spirituality Tips

Get your Life right and everything else—including your relationships, health, and hair will follow. Here’s my routine:

MORNING:

  • Wake up before the sun (usually 5:15am) with the immediate intention to remember, before my feet even hit the floor, that ‘Only Love is here’, or ‘I am Love, and all that I see- every person, place, and thing, including ‘me’, is only Love appearing as person, place, and thing.’
  • Down a glass of room temp water, sometimes with lime.
  • Meditation/Japa for 1.5 hours w/ my tulsi bead mala
  • Record Go(o)d Mornings with CurlyNikki 
  • Journal for 15 minutes
  • Read or listen to something spiritual, like THIS.
  • Yoga (6 rounds of sun salutations) — haven’t been diligent about this one lately
  • MUSIC and walk to the beach (if it ain’t raining!) OR sit on the dock
  • MUSIC, shower and sanging lol
  • Cold water face wash +Water spritzOsea’s Hydrating Face Oil + Vitamin E Oil
  • No breakfast

DAILY:

  • Vegetarian lifestyle minus the eggs
  • Read or listen to uplifting things intermittently (one airpod stays in haha)
  • No face make-up unless I’m on TV, recording, or in another fancy situation. Just… Osea face oil, lipstick, and Go(o)d energy! If I’m recording, my go-to is a simple, fresh face– an under-eye concealer by Il Makiage, mascara by Thrive Causemetics, and a matte lipstick by Uoma.
  • No alcohol, no coffee, no caffeinated teas (been breaking that rule lately cuz I’m tired!)— I’ve always tended toward high anxiety and cutting coffee and tea helped tremendously. Conscious, deep belly breathing also changed everything!

NIGHTLY:

WEEKLY:

YEARLY:

  • Travel somewhere I’ve never been (but Covid)
  • Silent retreat!
  • 2-3 New projects that scare me

What’s your Whole Life routine?

6 Comments

  • mortar says:

    Fіrst of all I want to say w᧐nderful blоg! I haⅾ
    a quick question which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind. I was interested to find out how you ϲenter yourѕelf and clear
    your head before writing. I have haⅾ a hard time clearing my mind in getting my idеas out.
    I truly do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like
    the first 10 to 15 minutes tend to be wasted just trуing to figure out һow to begin. Any recommendations οr tips?
    Appreciate it!

    • curlynikki says:

      Hey hey! I once heard a talk by Tolle and Dyer about their writing rituals. Eckhart Tolle said that he sits everyday, for at least an hour with his note pad and pencil. Some days, writing happens, some days, writing does not happen. But he shows up everyday no matter what. He said if on the days that nothing came he felt bad while thinking, “i have writers block, etc”, that would be the mistake. Instead, he sits peacefully and may think, ‘hmmm… today, just sitting is happening’. So you let it come, you let it flow. If you like, you can close your eyes, and find that sweetness inside (your inner smile that makes your face smile) that the writing comes from. Connect to it without any expectation. Just marinate in that sweetness. When I write, I write from that place. I hope that helps! xoxo

  • April says:

    Thanks for sharing!!

  • Antoinette Burnett says:

    Thank you for sharing! I’ve been trying to wake up before the sun but I’m finding it very hard to do consistently. Would you mind sharing how many hours of sleep you get each night? ☺️

    • curlynikki says:

      Hi Antoinette! My sleep. lol. I get about 4-5 hours a night. But according to my watch it’s almost all deep sleep! I wake up (mostly) refreshed and sit to chant again and again! When I do feel sleepy, I notice that the ‘fatigue’ or ‘grogginess’ is noticed… it is observed… I am not that. I see the tiredness. I then notice the Peace that’s there, too and lean into that… I give my attention to the Peace, the river of Love flowing right next to and through the tiredness. And without fail, the tiredness lifts, just like a fog in the sun!

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