Natural cosmetics always interested us. As well as maintaining a healthy look and nourishing the body, face, and skin and nails with natural products.
The most sensitive area on my skin is certainly around the eyes. Dry skin and dark bags have been tormenting me for years. Creams, serums and oils for area around the eyes are definitive favorites of mine.
Beautiful, thick and healthy hair – I think this is every woman’s dream, right? And it’s no wonder how much time we spend to make that dream come true. Women from India accomplished that goal – thick, strong long hair that is often tied into thick braids and adorned with jewelry. Hair used by the most famous hairdressers in the world for their client’s extensions. But what’s their secret? Is it really just genetics?
As a self-declared foodie, I love exploring food from different countries. It is a good opportunity to taste something new and also learn more about country’s culture and history. About a month ago, fried milk recipe pop out on my Instagram feed. And I told myself – I have to try this!
To be truthful, I have always adored jewelry, ever since I was a little girl, I couldn’t wait for fishermen evening (a town fair with a lot of seafood to eat, wine to drink, and sweets and toys for kids to buy) to start so I can get some new additions for my jewelry “collection”.
We’ve been promising you a review of The Ordinary Nincinamide 10% + Zink 1% serum for a long time now. We are always praising it on the Instagram and on the blog as well, and we can surely say that it’s our favorite product from The Ordinary, but not just from them, from all cosmetic products that we have
The Gold Lipstick, a blog that regularly inspires us with news from fashion and beauty world. Since we enjoy spending time on this minimal, elegant, sexy and refreshing blog, we decided to bring you an interview with the blog’s author, Mireia.
It has been used as a traditional beauty treatment for centuries by women from the Yao ethnic group who live in the Huang Luo village. Not only are they known for their long, grey-less, shiny hair, but they are also recognised by the Guinness World Book of Records as the “world’s longest hair village”.