Friday, 8 October 2010

Juliette without a Romeo

Yeah, I am sad. I'm not desperate or anything, but just having a drama-less guy would be great right? Right. Sometimes when you just want a hug *poof* he would be there for you. I hate drama, and I hate immaturity it drives me up the wall. Especially tonight, don't know why but hey I'm angry, and I wish there was someone that actually could fully understand. I want to meet someone by chance, by accident, its so much cooler that way. It's unexpected. I want an October break to remember but nothing maagical ever happens to me. Just a Juliette waiting on her Romeo.

Dude.. hurry up already.

Sunday, 9 May 2010

Song of the day?

Just found this new song, can't wait for their new album streets of gold! Anyways, check out this new song.

Peace and love to you all (:

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Summer ! (:

So, well summers coming up, and i'm assuming a lot of you want to go 'get your tan on'? Whether its full out tanning on the beach, or tanning with magazines and smoothies in your backyard, i've been asked to list some self-tanners to get you ahead with the bronze glow.
1)Comodynes Self-Tanning Towelettes for face and body. (These are little towelettes that are WAY easy to apply on your face or body, not liquid, but work really well, give a Whitney Port glow - she uses these)
2)Jergens Natural Glow Revitalizing Daily Moisturizer. (It contains vitamins to makes skin look and well, be healthier. Apply this once a day, and it builds up a natural tan)
3)Mystic Tan Sunless Tanning Lotion - Face & Body. (This comes with a mit so that there is a no-mistakes guarantee and creates a perfectly even tan)
I also recommend a spray tan, if you are in to that. I would say NO to UV tanning, although people dont think so it is waay worse than tanning in the sun, with a higher risk of skin cancer so go for the spray.
When outside remember your SPF! You can even get tinted lotions that keep color and protect! Happy Summering!

Sunday, 2 May 2010

What colors look good on tanned skin?

So i got this question from one of my followers as a comment. What outfit colors look good on tanned skin? The truth it most things do, as bright colors won't wash you out and dark colors wont look drab. The only kind of color i would avoid is oranges or colors close to your skin as it could look quite awkward. Because your - I'm assuming naturally tanned, you should take advantage and wear anything from whites to brights. When going for bathing suits, solid brights, and printed darker colors will attract attention and create a nice offset. Colored nails also look great with tan skin. Here neutral outfits work on this type of skin-
goldish bronzy makeup works with this type of look and doesnt make you look orange as you already have the tanned glow.
Here though, you see the bright color works with her tanned skin but i would go with more toned down makeup for a brighter look (:
So bright nails, bronzy complimenting makeup, i would avoid too bright on the face. You have the skin, so get the attention!

Sunday, 18 April 2010

Such a thing as a blogging spree?

I've been asked to try the old vaseline on the eyelashes that apparently make your lashes longer and fuller. So i will try that for you guys for a little bit, and report on my findings >.< (: @_@
Overhaul on the smileys there. Just an update, and to say if you want me to try any beauty dares, reviews on products or general problem sorting, hit me up. What i mean by that is email me in, it just sounded cooler when i said hit me up ;)

International Tripping.

What is it like to live somewhere else? You can be stuck in what your view is the best place to be. Or you can be stuck somewhere that you just can't deal with anymore. I guess for me its both of those things. Traveling and moving different places is probably a big part of my life and i believe a theory. At least it applies to me haha. You see girls with straight hair alot of the time want gorgeous curls, and girls with curly locks admire straight sleekness of others. I think it applies to other things too, like moving for example? Its of course a great experience but losing friends and familiarities- its a hell of a lot to go through right? But what really kills is being in one great place, and moving somewhere where even if you DO have close friends and all that, it just isn't the same, you feel trapped. School and whatnot are different everywhere and fitting in for me can take up to years. I still feel kinda awkward, and i hate it, cause im not an awkward person. Sometimes I think i'd kill to just have a normal high school experience back in the states where i was born cause i just can't stand it here. Don't get me wrong i'm not a ingrate brat hahah but i guess what i'm saying is (bring on the cheese) Be thankful for what you have, someone, somewhere, would kill for that.

Friday, 2 April 2010

Coffee Boosts Your Hair Color?

Kay so i read a story that coffee is supposed to boost the color of darker hair. So frankly this better work because i smell of coffee, have coffee grains in my hair, and my tub is coffee stained. Okay so maybe i didn't do it COMPLETELY right but hey.. i'm sure it all ends the same. Guys if you want to try this I BEG that you at least attempt to do it right, there was SO no thinking on my part. I used the wrong kind of coffee. If your trying this make sure whatever you do you strain your coffee. Now i dont know how to stress that enough besides putting it in bold, but it is heellll, to get coffee grains out of your hair. No joke. I'll blog back on how this works out for me. But if you wanna know this is how you do it...
1) Brew any type of plain coffee and let it cool.
2) They never mentioned this BUT PLEASE STRAIN FOR THE LOVE OF GOD.
3) Pour enough coffee over DRY hair untill hair is soaked, then comb through.
4)Cover your head with a plastic shower cap and let rinse set for 20 - 30 mins.
5) Rinse well and shampoo. Give your hair a final rinse with cold water to maximise shine.

Good luck Mein Chicass x