Empties! That’s the category I love to watch and read about the most. When people finish their products it is saying something and even if not a positive feedback than a definite one. And here I am with a couple of products from skin care to make-up, so, let’s make a quick overview.
It’s been an hour since I finished reading Stephan Clarke’s latest book Dirty Bertie: An English King Made In France and couldn’t resist the urge to share my impressions on this piece of fine literature with you! But just before I start, I need to make a quick throwback in time.
Has you ever wondered why does your hair grow quickly and effortlessly in certain places you don’t want them to, but not at all where your eyebrows are? Well I have, and I still don’t have an answer to that question. I love my eyebrows and want them to be thick and on fleek, for them to shine on that pedestal. But instead, they refuse to be in that spotlight I am trying to put them in.
It’s a summer time and the weather is boiling hot in Paris. Refreshing sprays are in high demand here. Today, there is a wide range of them on the market: from beauty sprays to give you that glow to those that are specifically aimed at acne-prone skin and I am talking about Serozinc from Roche-Posay. Sounds like a good news for those of use who have to battle with blemishes on a daily basis, right? But instead of just reviewing this product, I would like to compare it with a more common and popular Thermal Spring Water from Avène. So, let’s talk.
As a part of my job and daily life I work a lot in Photoshop and InDesign which I absolutely love! And my interest in graphic web design has only grown. Whenever there’s some text involved, choosing fonts is my favourite part and I really spend time researching different styles, tweaking adjustments etc. to make it perfect.
I’m not sure how or why, but the Universe has been mocking me. For the past couple of months I’ve been battling against various skin problems as you have probably heard about from my previous blog post. And since then and until a week ago it was getting back to normal slowly but surely. Last Saturday I came back home late at night and noticed how much better it got. Little did I know that the next morning I would wake up to a face that looked like the one from EVERY PERSON’s NIGHTMARE.