Nothing like a fragrance to make you feel truly special. That’s what I think anyway… But despite there being thousands of perfumes and scents and more, it’s not that easy to find the one that’s right for you. You can love the smell, on someone else, but maybe it just doesn’t work on your skin. It may be a little early for 2016 resolutions, but I decided I will try to find my fragrance in 2016!
Ah, lipstick… my absolute make up infatuation of the moment. I used to be a lip gloss girl who was afraid of bold lip colour. But a while ago something just clicked, I got over my lipstick fear and became utterly obsessed. Buying, collecting, hoarding, I’m not ready to put a label on it but I sure do love it! The more, the merrier and the beauty world is catching up by giving us little lipsticks so you can love even more of them! Continue reading
If there’s one category of products where I have a lot of high-end favourites, I think it’s lip products. Tom Ford, Chanel, Charlotte Tilbury, the Nars Lip Pencils,… There’s just something about a lipstick in a luxurious packaging to put in your bag for some touching up.
Which is exactly why I don’t want to take them with me on a trip, I don’t want risk losing them! The top drawer of my MUJI is off-limits when packing.
Fortunately, there are quite a few awesome budget friendly lip products out there. I’m not calling them dupes, because drugstore products can be brilliant on their own without being considered a shameless copy of a high-end product. So let’s call them alternatives, more affordable alternatives that give you the same result, maybe not the same packaging, but also not the same frustration if you were to lose them.
It’s 2015! Happy New Year! Time to take a look back at 2014.
The fourth installment of lip-product-posts, after lip care, Chanel and Bourjois: Tom Ford Lipstick… The holy grail of lipsticks? You would think so after reading all the raving reviews about it. Most people seem to love them, the price seems to be the only downside. My curiosity won over my rationality (no contest, to be honest) and I bought one. Does it live up to the hype?