Thought I would take a break from my usual Fashion posts to write about some seriously sexy mud from Glamglow. I have talked about how I am an advertisers' dream, I mean use some influencers that appeal to me, with them showing some phony results and am sold. However recently I have decided to be more cautious about what I put into my body and apply onto it.
My last blog post here talked about my musings from our recent trip to Paris. What I particularly enjoyed were the late night strolls. These images were actually taken at about 9 in the night on our way to get some good food. Without getting lost in the memories, I have to say, 2 things that work well with me are travelling and florals. Isn't that every girls' dream though?
Sitting here writing this post and I cannot help but reminisce walking the streets of Rue de faubourg which was close to where we stayed and exploring the vibrant city of Paris. This is the point where I will throw in a cliche that we have all so heard about France and particularly Paris, but here goes...this city is not rated enough. Yes, we hear about the romance and watch all these movies with the stylish Parisienne women strutting their stuff in stripes and red lipstick, it is not a LIE.
Hello Friday, I would say that I have been looking forward to you, but it feels like my week only just begun. Today I bring you the last post from my 3 part series featuring Mikazi. In case you have been detached from the world and leaving all by yourself on a deserted island, missing my last 2 posts, no worries; I gat you. Check them out here and here
I will start by pointing out that I am in no way an expert come skincare. I mean, I am a marketers' dream since I am seriously susceptible to advertising. I watch YouTube videos, walk into a store and buy those products that appeared on everyone's "favorites" video but not on the "products not worth the hype" list.