Hi all! I wanted to launch this post last Friday however, due to personal circumstances (which is explained on my social media pages), I was only able to write this today. My apologies for that, I hope that you are still able to use this for today or the coming days until Halloween next Tuesday!
I collaborated with Etos to show you a simple, Halloween Vampire Look. For this look, you basically only need things that you may already have at home like foundation, concealer, bronzer/contour powder,blush, black eyepencil, black eyeshadow,red lipstick and a clear gloss. It’s a very easy and quick solution if you don’t have experience in applying make-up.
A step-by-step explanation can be found here on the Etos website.
Bobbi Brown is a high end make-up brand that focuses on the features that you already have, like enhancing your skin instead of covering or in other words, “be who you are”. I’ve visited the Bobbi Brown counter at The Bijenkorf and got a full Bobbi Brown treatment. I’m going to tell you all about the treatment products used in this post.
Hey everyone, it’s my Birthday today! I’m 28 years old now. I should become wiser each year but I feel far too busy to be able to learn anything. I seriously can’t believe how fast time goes when you’re an adult. I’m just always busy with work and blogging without having time to develop. I’m just mindlessly doing stuff until the day ends, at least that’s how I feel. Anyone else has that too? Anyways, I wanted to write a quick post about my Birthday make-up look!
I have Multiple Sclerosis. This is an auto-immune disease which I’ve been struggling with for the last three years and the reason why I’m able to only post two articles per week on a regular basis. Today’s the National MS Day in the Netherlands and donation week starting tomorrow. To create awareness, I’ve created an Orange Make-up Look which is the color of the Ribbon for MS Awareness. I’m going to tell you something very personal, which is my journey from when I found out that I had this disease to where I am now and why it is so important to donate to the National MS Funds.