I’ve been trying this firming Serum for the past few months, and it’s almost at its last “drops”, so I thought it is finally time to review it here on the blog. To be honest I thought I’ve already done so, but it seems that I didn’t. When I first tried out this serum, I found it amazing. It has a beautiful citrus-like scent, that’s very pleasant, it has a gel consistency, and a nice pump applicator, that reveals how much product is left when looking at it from the side. One pump is enough to cover your face, it’s very lightweight on the skin, gets easily absorbed, and prepares the skin for the night or day cream you use on the next step. I didn’t notice any firmness factor, but I did like how it made my skin look and feel. After some weeks, that wasn’t as obvious as it was when I first started using it. It still smells amazing etc. but doesn’t work as good on my skin as it did before. Moreover, I feel like it emptied very quickly compared to the other serums I’ve used in the past. I wouldn’t mind buying it again, but I think that La Roche Posay’s serum was much better for my skin. I give it 4/5 stars.
Heyyy! I was finally able to go though the photos I took while I was in Athens, and I’m here to show you the diary from those days. I’ve already uploaded the vlog I filmed on my channel, but since it’s mostly in Greek, I wanted to make a post here as well. This is only part 1 though, because I had too many photos and I didn’t want the post to be cramped with them. We flew to Athens on Tuesday the 5th of September, with T., and arrived there late in the afternoon, but went straight to dinner with family/friends, so I don’t have photos from that day (you might want to watch the vlog though for some #foodporn). On the next day, my girls from Thessaloniki arrived too. You might already know them from their Youtube channels, on the photo above (left to right) we have Maria of Stylebows, Katerina of Kate Tzoe and Thalia of Miss Thalia. The reason we all went to Athens was because we were invited to attend the press event/launch party for Kat Von D Beauty, which is finally coming to Greece at the end of this month. The girls were too tired to do much, but here’s what we did… Read the captions under the photos for more….
As you already know I’m a shoes addict, and I already have a huge collection of them. But shoes are never enough, and if you are an addict like me, you know very well what I’m talking about. But if you’re a long time reader, you also know that I have a soft spot for heels. For me, the higher the heel, the better and more difficult for me to resist it! So today’s post comes as no surprise! I always find myself searching for beautiful shoes online. I may not shop but I’m always on the lookout for beautiful shoes and great offers.
Boxer braids are the hairstyle of the season, and of course I had to try them. Since I’m not good with hair (or makeup for that matter) my friend Sonia did them for me, and we decided to film the whole process to show you how to do it yourself. Since the video is in Greek, I’m going to tell you that boxer braids are actually double dutch braids, and they’re very similar to the process of french braids. What you do differently is to braid your hair, by putting the strands of hair below the main strand, instead of above it like you do with french braids. You should try out, and let me know what you think.