In-My-Tub-Tuesday: TrimStyle by Schick – The answer to your summer grooming beauty prayers

Listen, I know we’re all ladies here, I do.

And I know we like to keep things on a ladylike, pink, shiny, happy, glowing, smiley level here on BeautyFrosting…

but there is a product I simply must tell you about.

And it’s pretty personal.

Why? Because it works. It’s affordable. It’s fast. And, well, it’s cute.

Schick Quattro for Women TrimStyle (under $15)

Schick Quattro for Women TrimStyle (under $15)

I had tried Schick Quattro for Women TrimStyle a few years ago and looooved it!

But then I moved back to Los Angeles and left mine in Nashville and, embarrassingly, forgot about it.

So when I was invited to, my good friend, Meg’s (of Meg’s Makeup) house for a viewing party of Schick’s new sponsored series, Dating Rules From My Future Self, I was ecstatic when I opened the gift bag to find my beloved, forgotten TrimStyle!

I almost cried. Really.

How could I have forgotten this little jewel-toned gem that used to sit in my pink clawfoot tub in Nashville?

What have I been doing since its absence?

Well, we won’t address that last question as it’s, um, personal.

But I seriously don’t know how I could have forgotten this triumph of a trimmer, this regaled razor, this… you get the point.

My beloved Schick TrimStyle back where it my Tub!

My beloved Schick TrimStyle back where it my Tub!

So what about this little gadget makes me swoon? Let me count the ways:

1 ) It’s a trustworthy, dependable razor and nether region (bikini line) trimmer in one. A 2-in-1 treat as it has a 4-blade Quattro razor on one end and a trimmer on the other. Schick says it’s the only hair removal you’ll ever need!

2 ) It’s under $15 (cheaper than any bikini wax I know). This tool will do it all but I think of it as more of a maintenance tool between waxes. I can go 8-12 weeks without going to the salon with this little guy on my side.

3 ) It’s subtle so it looks like a razor but it’s a SPECIAL razor that can sit right out in your shower or tub with zero embarrassment.

4 ) The AAA battery is included, thank you very much, so you can start trimming away as soon as you get it home.

5 ) It seems to be foolproof and danger-free which is good because I can be a little klutzy. Note: PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST.

6 ) It’s adjustable so everyone can use it as they wish. There is a comb attachment which is super easy to use!

7 ) As I mentioned before, it’s cute! It’s kind of like a beauty toy for ladies. I kind of feel like I’m 7 opening a Barbie when I bring it home. Is that too much information?

Go grab one for yourself and see if you get as excited as I do about it!



p.s. Oh—and the show, Dating Rules for my Future Self? It was realllllly good! Like “I’m-going-to-keep-watching-it-on-youtube” good! Seriously. It’s like New Girl meets Gossip Girl meets Happy Endings. The whole party was totally invested in this show. We watched multiple episodes because we couldn’t wait to see what happened next. And the acting, writing, styling and set design was super cute, cool and impressive.

BF Asks: What’s your preferred beachwear grooming method? 


Thirsty Thursday: Pina Colada

Do you like pina coladas? And getting caught in the rain?

Well, I’m not a big fan of rain but I looooove a good summertime pina colada.

So, today I’m sharing my favorite recipe from Paula Deen with you.


Thirsty Thursday: Pina Colada

Pina Colada

(Courtesy of Paula Deen)

Servings: 4 servings
Prep Time: 5 min
Difficulty: Easy

1/2 cup rum
1/4 cup coconut milk
1/4 cup pineapple chunks
1/2 cup coconut cream
ice, enough to fill half the blender
slices of pineapple, optional for garnish
maraschino cherry, optional for garnish


 Mix ingredients in a blender and serve.

Optional: Garnish with a slice of pineapple or maraschino cherry.

Tress Tuesday: How to do this ‘do – Fishtail Bun

How do you get this beautiful beach-baby bun?

Here are the ‘tails courtesy of my fabulous friend, Nami, who did this look for me:

How to do a Fishtail Bun

How to do this 'do: Fishtail Bun

1) Secure a low side ponytail behind & below your ear.
2) Create a fishtail braid.
3) Wrap it around the base.
4) Pin it in place with bobby pins!
It’s a carefree look, so loose pieces just make it that much prettier!

Try it out yourself and send me pics of your ‘do!



BF Asks: What summer ‘do do you wanna learn to do?

Foodette Friday: CeCe’s (BF’s Mom) Fruit Pizza

As many of you know, I was home in Dallas last week. Nothing announces summer like the town you grew up in. Am I right?

Mom CeCe making fruit pizza

So imagine my delight when I arrived home to find my brother’s and my (thanks to him) friends from college and my mom’s (CeCe, as we will refer to her here) fruit pizza at our pre-Memorial day weekend bbq. My mom is the maestro behind many of my favorite dessert symphonies but this one is the most kid-friendly, crowd-pleasing hit!

CeCe's (BF's Mom's) Fruit Pizza

Now, just so you know…Mom made THIS (see above) aaaand her Better Than Robert Redford Surprise dessert for our big bbq. And, let me tell you, they are both better than Robert Redford! And I loooooove some Robert Redford (both the man AND the dessert)!

Without further ado (because we know I can offer plenty of that), here is CeCe’s Fruit Pizza recipe.

CeCe’s Fruit Pizza

Preheat oven to 350.

Set out butter and cream cheese to reach room temperature.


1 roll sugar cookie dough (cut into 1/4 in slices and laid onto pizza or round pan)

1 block Cream Cheese

1 stick (1/2 c) Butter

1/2 to 1 cup powdered sugar

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

FRUIT!!! (Sliced strawberries, grapes, kiwi, cherries, but bananas need to be sprinkled with lemon juice first so they won’t turn brown – and any other fruit your family loves)


Lay raw cookie dough slices in 12″ pizza (or round) pan or 13×9″ baking pan.

Bake at 350 for 12 to 18 minutes (baked completely but not brown).

Set aside to cool.

While baking, mix together cream cheese, butter and vanilla.

Once cookie crust has cooled, spread cream cheese “pizza filling” onto cookie crust.

Top your pizza with fruit. Either by adding one type of fruit per slice (for the more picky eaters) or creating rings of fruit on the pizza.

Dot with Orange marmalade (or jam of your choice) and refrigerate for at least 1 hour.

TAH-DAH!!!! FRUIT PIZZA for friends!

Chaos!! Love it!



The fruit pizza crew

Hope y’all enjoy it as much as we always did!



BF Asks: What’s your favorite dessert that your family always made?