As you might’ve noticed, I got back safe and sound from London with a suitcase that’s just a liiiittle overweight. #lalala..
As I’ve mentioned in my post of last week, the L’Oréal Nude Magique Eau De Teint hasn’t been the only foundation in my life lately. Sometimes a sheer foundation just won’t cut it and that’s when I rely on the Bourjois Healthy Mix foundation, which was reformulated earlier this year.
So many fragrances come out every year, but still I keep on going back to the same ones over and over. There’s just so much more behind a perfume than just the combination of its ingredients. It’s so personal because it creates an emotion which are often based on memories. One of the latest releases that caught my heart this way is ‘Flower in the Air’ by Kenzo.
Dear readers, today I’d like to introduce you to one of my favorite drugstore foundation releases this year, the L’Oréal Nude Magique Eau De Teint. Said to be a dupe of the popular Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Maestro foundation, this light-weight baby will make your skin look just as flawless for less!
– Enter quick update on life –Hi all, I’m terribly sorry for the lack of updates. Work has gotten in the way of my blogging time lately. But anyway, I’m currently packing my bags to leave for London, where I’ll be staying for 5 days: HOORAY!
Until recently I was convinced that everyone knows how important it is to move all of your makeup before you go to bed.
Now I might not be a sporty gal, but there’s something about sports jerseys that draws me and I can’t quite put my finger on it. Maybe it’s the I-don’t-give-a-f* attitude that comes with them when I think about the jocks and hiphop enthusiasts who wore these waaaay before they were in style. Or maybe it’s the side-effect of feeling like you’re part of something
Whenever I go shopping, I always tend to go to the same stores. Call it the comfort zone of shopping if you will, but when you find some stores whose brand image you like and you end up buying with almost every visit, you tend to stick to these stores.