Happy Thursday, lovelies. Today I am going to be reviewing a few products from Aunt Jackie’s Curls and Coils line. Some of you may know that I decided to go back natural in 2013 and big chopped in 2014 after transitioning for a year. You can read more about my hair journey here.
So you may be wondering why I chose Aunt Jackie’s. I was a big Cantu fan before. Like I swore by the product and no could tell me anything about it. However, I realised recently that it left my hair very dry. Even when I used their leave-in conditioner, my hair never felt moisturized enough. And after I found out their leave-in contained isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol), I was like nope and chucked it.
There are 23 days till Christmas and counting. One of my favourite posts to read during the season is the Christmas Tag. Funny enough I did one during Blogmas last year
and honestly nothing much has changed since. So I went on a hunt for another kind of Christmas Tag and was not disappointed. The Lissa Way did a lovely Beauty Christmas Tag
and I fell in love. I’m a big makeup lover myself, so wouldn’t a Beauty Christmas Tag be perfect?
If you’re curious about the tag and my answers, check out more below!
It’s been forever since I did a proper product review. Since it’s long overdue, I decided to do one on a product that I’ve used for a while. Which is Tree Hut’s Shea Sugar Island Kiwi Scrub. If you’re interested in my views on this scrub, then just click the read more link below.
Good morning my lovelies. If you’re a girly girl like me, then you just love to do your nails. For me, I love to sit down on the weekends and just pamper myself. And one of my go to ways to pamper myself is to paint my nails. Since it is the season to be jolly, I figured why not make a post combining two things I love so much. Nail art and Christmas. So if you want some inspiration this season, check out my 10 Christmas Nails below!
SEE ALSO: SUMMER NAIL ART INSPIRATION 2016
Hello my lovelies. Earlier this month, I stated that I wanted to do at least one review as a goal. So I decided to give it a try, and bought something I’ve wanted for a long time. The highly acclaimed Nubian Palette Juvia’s Place.
This was a palette that was buzzing among many of my online friends. As well as a number of makeup gurus on Youtube. But what made me fall in love and believe in this palette was during my graduation. When I graduated from university, I hired a makeup artist to beat my face. And for my eyeshadow, she used the Nubian palette on my lids. I was super amazed by how pigmented it was on my skin. Usually I primed my lids a lot, just to get an inch of that pigmentation with other eyeshadows. I knew I had to have it and I was lucky enough to buy it at The Barbados Natural Hair Show from Beauty Beyond Looks, I local business that carries various makeup brands.