Happy Saturday everyone! For those living in the US, hope you enjoy the long Labor weekend. I cannot remember the last time I had the opportunity to simply do nothing. It feels good.
But, here I am once again. I couldn’t help myself from sharing with you guys my second look for this season.
Very often I get complimented on my skin and asked about ‘that special glow’. My answer is usually, nutrition, lots of water, or my Romanian aesthetician.
However, today I have decided to no longer be selfish and share with my loyal followers, the true secret to my glowing skin. You guys deserve to know the truth!
Okay so…I have some good news and bad news for you guys . Summer is about to end here in the Northern hemisphere. However, as Fall slowly weaves its way though, this is a chance to reinvent our fashion sense and plan out new fresh looks for this season!
Summer is still here and we are all running out of ideas on what to wear to lunch. One colour in particular that has been very popular this season in the fashion world (and I am so obsessing about) is, Golden Yellow. I feel like this colour is very distinctive and can be dressed up and down.
Here in Phuket, Thailand, I decided to do a more tropical take on this beautiful shade.
I had a super cool opportunity to visit the famous ARE YOU AM I show room and see their new season before release. Guys, I have to say it is pretty amazing!
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When I was a teenagers in school, I would wait patiently through my English class as the attendance role was being called out. During this period, I liked observing the cool girls in our class. I would admire their youthful beauty in ewe and the way they took care of themselves. It made me wonder, what made them seem so attractive to everyone else? What was their secret that most of us did not know?
I have a problem. Despite the fact that I live in a very beautiful, four thousand square foot architecturally-design home in Los Angeles, I spend an inordinate amount of my time occupying only sixty square feet of that home. Those sixty feet happen to be my sanctuary, my place of energy, my moment of zen, my laboratory, or what others might simply call their bathroom.