I want to help show you that you can look good with a natural makeup look and enhance your best features with minimal effort. Follow each step to create the perfect natural makeup look
Parisienne women are well known for having a certain Je ne sais quais when it comes to what they wear. Their effortless style is something we’ve become obsessed with and try to emulate on a daily basis.
Summer has to be my absolute favourite season of all the shimmer of tanned skin, drinking cocktails whilst watching the sun go down it’s my idea of heaven. It’s also the perfect time to update your wardrobe with some fresh new Summer outfits.
Parisienne chic isn’t just a style it’s a way of life and the French beauty routines have been passed down from mother to daughter over decades. Just like their style the beauty routines are all about being minimalist and using products for multiple uses.
When Summer comes round we all the drill slap on the SPF to protect our skin from burning. But what about our hair? With the weather getting hotter I wanted to share my essential tips on how to protect your hair from the sun.
French women are renowned for paying attention to every little detail. Making sure everything blends well together and each item they wear whether that be a hat or scarf compliment each other seamlessly.
French Women have style they don’t follow trends, they know what looks good and how to put pieces together. There is usually one staple item that is the focal point of their outfit and everything else is subtly in the background but altogether works in perfect harmony.
Have you ever thought about changing your career and doing something you love? Well now’s your chance. Thanks to the Beauty Career Swap you can now learn how to start your own beauty business
I’m going to give you the blogging basics and help you understand exactly what you need to start a blog in 2020. I will cover the very basics that will give you a better idea as to where to start.
I’m going to take you through my first month blogging the ups the downs and the tears, so that you know you’re not on your own. Blogging is hard at the beginning, especially if like me your not very technical but it does get better I promise.