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April
2014

Smelling of honey in Saint-Tropez

Hi Everyone!  I hope you have been enjoying this spring. I have had quite a travel filled one. Last weekend  I went to Saint Tropez for a quick  little tour and I fell in love. Though I travel a lot and try to see beauty everywhere I go,  I don’t say that about places very often . The French Riviera even at the beginning of spring with its  wildflower chateaus, terracota walls, cobblestone streets,  beautiful beaches, and the joie de vivre, is everything and more that I expected. I could Read more…

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February
2014

Rose Gold Shades

Okay so here is the obligatory Naked 3 post and review. Though most of you have probably seen/bought/played with this I thought I would add it to the internet so that you could see it on a different skin tone.  As always with Urban Decay the colors are very nicely pigmented and tend to stay quite a while especially if you use a primer. I think the color palette of rose gold is so pretty I almost want to keep it open just to look at it.  Anyway this is Read more…

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January
2014

Highlighter: My Secret Weapon

Those of you that already incorporate highlighters into your routine may want to skip this post as it is just my raving about how wonderful they are. Firstly, highlighters work to bring out areas on your face that the light naturally hits. For example if you add highlighter to your cheeks it can amplify your cheek bones, under brows can give you more defined brows, adding to your cupid’s bow can give a plumpness to your lips. Highlighters can come in different textures: Powder, cream, Liquid. Choosing a texture depends Read more…

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January
2014

The Secret to every Aussie girl’s Beauty Routine.

A few months back, I went to the middle of nowhere in Scotland which actually ends up happening quite often for some reason or another (going to the middle of nowhere that is). I realized that in Scotland or at least in the areas I have visited,  there seems to be an array of ruins of castles that used to be there. I love these castles because you can walk through them and imagine how people lived and what used to be in there. I can get creeped out by Read more…