Review: Rene Furterer, Karite Nutri Intense Nourishing Shampoo and Mask

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One of the main issues I always had with my hair was the fact of how dry and damaged it always is, I always try different products but the fact that most of them have silicons that shows a fake healthy effect on hair is basically cheat to myself and make the issue even bigger so I decided to go back to some products I have tried before and worked well and as I repurchased it again i wanted to share so you will know what silicon-free products for the hair are out there. Continue reading “Review: Rene Furterer, Karite Nutri Intense Nourishing Shampoo and Mask”

Book: Fashion Design: A Guide to the Industry and the Creative Process by Denis Antoine

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As fashion lover this industry really called my attention, I’m terrible with scissors and sewing unlike my sister who is extremely talented making clothes. But still I can’t help to enjoy knowing more about it even when is not related to my work. Continue reading “Book: Fashion Design: A Guide to the Industry and the Creative Process by Denis Antoine”

Perfume Review: After Hours by The Perfumer’s Story by Azzi

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Nothing could be more exciting than discovering niche fragrance houses with an offer totally different of the mass market out there, lately I have been trying something really special from a British nose: Azzi Glasser. After working for different brands and with a extensive career in perfumery she created The Perfumer’s Story by Azzi. Continue reading “Perfume Review: After Hours by The Perfumer’s Story by Azzi”

Perfume Review: London Poppy by Floral Street

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Depending of your personality, your mood, the weather, the event…perfumes play a good part of raising your vibration, your confidence, your sense of sensuality… Everytime I feel down like the is no much reasons to feel positive I tend to spray some sort of fresh, energetic perfume on me and light an scented candle to remember that there is much out there to be grateful and glad for. Continue reading “Perfume Review: London Poppy by Floral Street”

Review: Bioderma, Photoderm AKN Mat SPF 30

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Because nothing looks better at your fifties than sunscreen in your twenties, actually if you start earlier even better. SPF such a topic to speak about, I’m actually writing a guide with all the information as there are so many myths and inaccurate information about this step, one I would share right now, SPF has to be used the entire year not just in the summer, even if it’s cloudy. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Photoderm AKN Mat SPF 30”

Perfume Review: Molecule 05 & Escentric 05 by Escentric Molecules

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Escentric Molecules, a house that created a quite unique concept in perfumery with single notes perfumes of molecules created in labs and then the “escentric” twin was a blend of noted having the molecule as star. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Molecule 05 & Escentric 05 by Escentric Molecules”

Dream Decoder: 60 Cards to Unlock Your Unconscious

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Have you ever had a dream and got stuck in your mind the next morning? Well how about finding out what your unconscious mind is trying to tell you? Never been a big fan of Freud actually I don’t agree with him on many things but when it comes to dreams I do tend to to believe the mind is trying to speak up about the unsolved things we have in our lives and we aren’t aware of how subconsciously they might be affecting ourselves. Continue reading “Dream Decoder: 60 Cards to Unlock Your Unconscious”

Perfume Review: Lys Noir by Isabey

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“In 1924, the first edition of Lys Noir was presented in a magnificent bottle and coffret conceived by the renowned designer, Julien Viard and the famous Sorys House.

Lys Noir is one of the first of Isabey’s fragrances such as Gardenia, La Route d’Emeraude, Le Mimosa… creating the prestige of the brand.  Lys Noir has been redesigned first in 2014 and now in 2017 while keeping the emblematic art-deco codes of the brand.” Continue reading “Perfume Review: Lys Noir by Isabey”

Review: AA Skincare, Frankincense & Rose Face Toner

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Toners could be one of the biggest allies on your skincare or one of your worst enemies depending on their formulation, I’m also against of paying huge amounts of money for a product that is supposed to be simple and not with a bunch of ingredients that should be supplied by serums, moisturisers etc. Continue reading “Review: AA Skincare, Frankincense & Rose Face Toner”

Book: Little Book Of Prada by Laia Farran Graves

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Not long ago here in the blog I shared the review of the little books Welbeck Publishing released and re-edited about luxury fashion brands the last time was Little Book of Dior, so this time I got the new edition of the Little book of Prada. Continue reading “Book: Little Book Of Prada by Laia Farran Graves”

Review: Thalgo, Micro-Peeling Water Essence

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Not long ago in the blog we talked about essences, more particularly the Lumiere Marine, Clarifying Water Essence by Thalgo, this particular product was mostly for improve the skin tone,  any steins caused mostly because of the sun, pigmentation, or just bring back to life any dull skin. But just finished another essence from this brand and is the Micro-Peeling Water Essence, yes… now we are going for the texture. Continue reading “Review: Thalgo, Micro-Peeling Water Essence”

Perfume Review: Sir Gallahad by Isabey

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With father’s day around the corner or any man thinking on a special fragrance for his wedding day today I wanted to share my thoughts about this masculine perfume from the niche French house, Isabey. Sir Gallahad was quite a surprise. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Sir Gallahad by Isabey”

Book: Back Chat Beauty, The Beauty Guide for Real Life

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Because life is full of beauty hacks is always nice to have a book from where we can go back time to time to check certain information. I can only remember myself back in high school, totally clueless of how to look after my skin, my terrible make up techniques, I mean..damn! I wish books like this and the whole social media was so available back then, but now is good to refresh some knowledge with this beauty. Continue reading “Book: Back Chat Beauty, The Beauty Guide for Real Life”

Perfume Review: Neon Rose by Floral Street

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Summer is around the corner and definitely we started to feel those sunny and sometimes quite warm days, so what that basically means? warm skin makes any perfume become far more intense, and yes I have always been a powerful intense fragrance lover, florals and fresh clean scents are not my cup of tea mostly because I don’t tend to suit my personality and  most important they never last on my skin. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Neon Rose by Floral Street”

Book: Little Book of Dior by Karen Homer

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The history and evolution of fashion is something I really enjoy to read about when I want to disconnect my mind from everything and just want a relaxed read in the sofa with a cup of tea, learning from the big brands like in this case Dior is going back on years and years of work and in my case even get some life inspiration. Continue reading “Book: Little Book of Dior by Karen Homer”

Perfume Review: Wild Vanilla Orchid by Floral Street

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Sometimes when you are far away from someone or feel melancholic, a fragrance could bring all the memories or that person back, this little meeting experience was what I got as soon my nose felt Wild Vanilla Orchid by Floral Street.   Continue reading “Perfume Review: Wild Vanilla Orchid by Floral Street”

Books : Pisces, Seeing Stars by Stella Andromeda

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Astrology is probably one of the things I quite enjoy to read about and compare to actual people in my life, after all you can notice in the photo that I am a Pisces (translation: timeless dreamers that love this kind of stuff) so when I saw the Seeing Stars book collection by Stella Andromeda with each star sign having their own book I really wanted to get my hands over it. Continue reading “Books : Pisces, Seeing Stars by Stella Andromeda”

Perfume Review: 100 by Trish McEvoy

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When we talk about about Trish McEvoy we normally think about makeup but not so much about the lovely perfume collection, except if we visit department stores and we can see them displayed and ready to try out.

Time ago I was lucky enough to try out Precious Pink Jasmine and really loved it so this time I went for a Floral Oriental option, the notes really called my attention so I’m really excited to share this Eau de Parfum called 100. Continue reading “Perfume Review: 100 by Trish McEvoy”

Perfume Review: Molecule 04 by Escentric Molecules

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Molecule 04 is the latest release from Escentric Molecules or actually “was” as the brand will be launching a new fragrance pretty soon. Wanted to try this fragrance for a while for one or another reason I made excuses till now. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Molecule 04 by Escentric Molecules”

Review: Thalgo, Clarifying Water Essence

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Even when essences have been on the market for a while, not many brands produce them, actually they are kind of exclusive to medium to luxury ones and still you would need to know where to find them, but still many people wouldn’t know what they are, how to use it and most important they are not meant to replace any other product. Continue reading “Review: Thalgo, Clarifying Water Essence”

Perfume Review: Orange Sanguine by Atelier Cologne

 

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Orange Sanguine is probably the most famous fragrance from the house Atelier Cologne and a cult scent in the perfumery world with so many lovers around the globe, the reason why? this is a proper orange scent, many people describe it as pure orange juice and extremely fresh but let’s have a look. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Orange Sanguine by Atelier Cologne”

Perfume Review: La Route d’Emeraude by Isabey

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First launch in 1924, “La Route d’Emeraude” The road to the Emerald Triangle from Isabey was designed by Julien Viard, in a faceted bottle and a jewel-like case, reminiscent of the splendor of the Far East. This perfume is inspired, with a touch of nostalgia, by the journey leading to the “Emerald Triangle” (Thailand, Laos and Cambodia), filled with the scents of Jasmine Sambac and blooming flowers. Many Orient lovers took the path to these faraway lands and experienced sensations that are recaptured in this re-edition of the mythical perfume. Gold leather (cordovan) effect, distinctive of La Route d’Emeraude previous designs, has been preserved. The fragrance has been slightly changed. Continue reading “Perfume Review: La Route d’Emeraude by Isabey”

Perfume: Best in Fragrance 2019

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2019 was a good year for some perfume houses and not so good for many others, I think the list of “Worst in Fragrance 2019” would be much longer because many luxury but mass consumption houses have launched new versions of existing perfumes , the release of new perfumes was very poor and many others only chose to launch flankers without much to say or collectable bottles. In this list you will find the best of both mass consumption and the few of niche houses, all from different brands. Continue reading “Perfume: Best in Fragrance 2019”

Review: Thalgo, Prodige Des Oceans Essence

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Looking for skincare essences to try out for the blog and a guide I’m making this product from Thalgo called my attention so why not decided to give it a try.I have already tried few products from this brand and got very nice results so I was always willing to try it again, but at some point I discovered this one by accident. Continue reading “Review: Thalgo, Prodige Des Oceans Essence”

Perfume Review: Electric Rhubarb by Floral Street

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Making the list of the best in fragrance releases 2019 with a bit of delay one of the latest to try out and actually made it into the list was Electric Rhubarb from the British niche perfume house Floral Street. This fragrance was released on 2019 in collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society’s. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Electric Rhubarb by Floral Street”

Perfume Review: Mugler Cologne Collection

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Summer option, sensitive nose or just a cologne lover, many people is fan of the Mugler classic cologne, but what would you think if this time you have 5 different options to choose or even considering the layering technique to create your own fragrance. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Mugler Cologne Collection”

Perfume Review: Smart by Andrea Maack

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Not every day we come across products from Iceland, a country that if it became one of the most popular tourist destinations in recent years but keeps a lifestyle and artistic point of view very different from the rest, so when I discovered Andrea Maack and her perfume line I couldn’t resist and here we are. Continue reading “Perfume Review: Smart by Andrea Maack”

Review: Bioderma, Atoderm Gel Douche and Atoderm Crème

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Not long ago we talked about the Bioderma Sebium Range and how well it helped me to improve my oily skin prone to acne and turn my skin into a normal type, well today we are going to talk about body dry skin which is my other issue. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Atoderm Gel Douche and Atoderm Crème”

Review: Bioderma, Sébium Gel Moussant and Sébium Global

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Having oily/combination skin is a real issue, when I was a teenager I have suffered from a severe acne and due to the lack of information (or misinformation) I used to have a terrible skincare routine and today I’m paying the consequences of it. But the story doesn’t finish there acne could be hormonal, due to a bad a diet, stress and also using the wrong products could be causing it.Acne is not the only issue, having a prone skin to open pores, blackheads and blemishes is something that most of us have to deal with, that’s why today I wanted to share two products from Bioderma that are specific for this concerns. Continue reading “Review: Bioderma, Sébium Gel Moussant and Sébium Global”

Macmillan Beauty Calendar 2019

calendar.pngWhether you keep these special goodies for yourself (and no one would blame you for that) or whether you share them, you’ve helped create moments of generosity. That’s because £2 from every one of these bumper beauty calendars goes to Macmillan Cancer Support. You can enjoy 24 moments of discovery with our favourite beauty products; and the warm glow of knowing you’ve helped people with cancer live life as fully as they can. Continue reading “Macmillan Beauty Calendar 2019”