The end of June is here and it’s about time I share with you darlings my favorite product of this first month of Summer. The skin-care regime in this season of the year is rather different then in the Winter time. I would say that on one hand it’s about preparing your skin for the sun and on the other, it’s all about protecting it from it’s negative effects. Well, when it comes to preparatory care, for June I have just the product for you. It’s not only WUNDERBAR and a favorite among Asian beauties, but also includes a fan factor ;-) – it’s Konjac Purifying Sponge by Sephora. :-)
Are you an early bird or a „hit the snooze button at least three times“ type of person in the morning, darlings? I’m definitely a total morning girl – as soon as the alarm goes on (and sometimes even before) I’m „ready for action“. :-) But even so, there are some mornings when everything just takes much longer then usual, or everything just goes wrong – my eyeliner starts behaving like a diva ;-), I burn my oatmeal, or I realize that the shoes I wanted to wear with my outfit actually need new heels. Well, in order to avoid the early morning stress, here are some easy tricks that I also sometimes use to start the day the easy way. :-)
After the introductory post on my journey to Paris, today I’m continuing with the second day of my „French travel adventure“. This city has so much to offer darlings, that it’s really hard to choose a starting point but also the path for its exploration. However, the most difficult thing is, not to start straying from that path at least dozens of times, because Paris will constantly try to seduce you and distract you with it’s hidden corners, unexpected treasures and elegant beauty as you go along. :-) In this post I will share with you my experience of some of the museums and sights I’ve visited, discover a secret or to on how to skip long waiting lines and show you my first Parisian outfit.:-)
„Paris is always a good idea!“
Audrey Hepburn (Sabrina)
Is that still the case?
My darling and I asked ourselves this question a number of times since the terrorist attacks took place in the French capital in November 2015. By chance, we actually booked the flight tickets for our planned May trip to the «city of lights» just a day before these tragic events took place. As many travelers, we’ve considered, if it’s a rational idea to still take this journey, or would it make more sense to just cancel the tickets, except the financial loss and not put ourselves at risk.