Can't believe I haven't blogged for 4 months! Shocking! I've been so busy but have decided to return to it as I do miss it... a lot. So... i'm back!
I found this very talented New York fashion illustrator on instagram. Jerron Couture's style is fab. It reminds me a little of Hayden Williams style; cute, edgy and colourful! I love the amount of details that goes into his work.
Sudanese supermodel Ajak Deng is simply gorgeous. She is a picture of natural African beauty. Currently signed to IMG Models, she has walked the catwalks of all the major cities- London, New York and Paris- modelling for some of the biggest names in fashion such as Lanvin, Jean Paul Gaultier, Givency, Chloe and Vivienne Westwood to name just a few.
A good mascara is like gold dust, but finding one that is within your budget can sometimes be a bit of a mission. I would love the high end ranges but i'm not sure if i'm willing to pay those extortionate prices just yet! So for now, I will stick to the the good but lower budget ranges. Let's start with my two favourites... Rimmel Glameyes Day 2 Night mascara and Maybelline Falsies Volum' Express mascara.
Rimmel Day 2 Night:
This mascara is the shit!!! I absolutely love it. It has two applicators; a lengthening one and also a volume one. A lot of people use both applicators- the lengthening one first and then the volume one. Personally, I mainly use the volume applicator only as I feel this is enough to get the desired look with my eyelashes. It actually feels like my eyelashes double up in thickness and appear longer, which is great as there is definitely a noticeable difference. Sometimes, when using the volume applicator, my eyelashes can get a bit clumpy but i find if i apply it quite quickly and at an angle, then its usually fine!
This is my second favourite mascara. Again, just like the rimmel one, it makes my eyelashes look lovely and voluminous without giving me a smudged look. I must admit, the brush took a while to get used to as it's made at an angle so can feel a bit odd at first when applying it. It's fab and what's great is that it doesn't clump!
Short hair is so sexy. I mean really sexy. As far as I can remember, I have always loved short hair. Think it started when my mum came home one day with a short pixie haircut. My favourites are the pixie cut and the graduated bob look. Pixie haircuts can look very boyish but they are so cute and easy to maintain.