Best highlighter for fair skin tones. It’s not too glittery, but it definitely adds a beautiful glow to your cheeks. It’s my favourite one. I also love to use it in the inner corner because of its high shine finish. I’ve been using it for the past two years almost every day and I still haven’t hit pan. It will last you ages. I totally recommend it!
Very nice tea. I love salted caramel and I think this tea has the perfect amount of flavour to still keep it quite natural in taste. I love it especially because you don’t have to add sugar, it already has a sweetness to it. Totally recommend it!
I only tried the Michel Basquiat collection in terms of lipstick and I really loved the formula and the colours. I’m not a fan of creamy lipsticks, I much prefer matte, but this formula is so pretty and hydrating that it’s quickly become one of my favourites. It does transfer, but when you have dry lips I think this is the best option for you!
The hype is real with this one! Everything is spot on. I love the colour and the texture. It might be a but drying if applied with a brush, but I love using a damp sponge. We get more of a hydrating look and the coverage is amazing even when applied with beauty blender.
I only have one liquid Lipstick from Smashbox and it’s in the shade Out Loud! It’s the most beautiful burnt orange colour and it really stays on. It’s not very drying either, but the formula is not that thin, which personally I don’t mind. I recommend it to everyone!
I like the brand and quality of their clothes and shoes! I love how they mix modern with vintage looks and create beautiful outfits. I just think it’s a little overpriced for what it is. On the other hand, I must say they were the only brand and store that had my dream shoes: 60’s white ankle boots! So I’ll be forever grateful to them!
A few months ago, I have decided to stop dying my hair with normal dye and try henna instead. I heard so many good things about it, that it was too intriguing for me not to give it a shot. I wanted to achieve a ginger colour that was intense, but natural looking. First I tried the LUSH henna, but I wasn’t over the moon with the results. After a few days of investigation, I found Light Mountain Red Henna, which is cheaper than the LUSH one, and personally I find it just perfect. It’s not very messy, quite easy to apply, and it gave the exact ginger red I was looking for. I will never stray from this one.
Ok, first things first. I really hope this brand is cruelty free. Everywhere I checked they say they are. But no one is completely sure whether they sell in Chine or not. I checked on their website, I couldn’t find anything about China. Let me know, if you guys know something different. But my fingers are crossed, because I just love these two products.I have wavy, sometimes a bit curly, frizzy, dry and dehydrated hair. These two together just work wonders for me. After I wash my hair with them, it just feels clean, voluminous, and the waves and curly parts are a bit more defined as well. On their description they say “they use only ethical production methods, natural ingredients, and eco packaging”. Because I dye my hair with henna I could only use shampoo with natural ingredients, so that just comes as a plus for me. I would totally purchase these again.