Ok, I am a normal person. I am not going to show off. I go for quality but mainly for reasonable prices, so what you'll find here are drugstore products.
For make-up removers, I love this one by Clean&Clear. It works well and I'm satisfied with it.
However, I do not like this one by Maybelline. I am still using it, but definitely won't buy again. It causes irritation and does not it do its job.
I've been using this one by Biotherm. It was a free sample but I'm thinking of buying it.
Speaking of free samples, I have a some more by Biotherm. I love Biotherm. This toning lotion works wonderfully and leaves my skin pretty smooth.
I also use this hydrating water by Laura Mercier. It's good, but I'm not sure I'll buy it again. It's ok, but not that special.
As for these other Biotherm free samples, I recommend the tonifying exfoliating cleansing gel and the reversive anti-aging serum (wonderful!) but not the deep hydration replenishing gel.
I've been using Skin Vivo for a while, but I have the impression my skin got kind of tired of it, so I'll stop for a while. But it's a good product.
I am very satisfied with this Clinique moisture surge.
L'Oréal Revitalift is another product I've been using for a while, so it probably means I like it, but I don't use it everyday. I alternate it with other products.
I got these two samples of Creation's Garden with a magazine, and they are amazing in all senses! Will definitely buy them.
Another Clean&Clear product that works pretty well for me is this facial scrub. It works just as well as the one by Creation's Garden and the Biotherm mentioned above. Love it!
And you? What do you use on your skin?
Thank you very much and have a nice Monday <3>3>
It's the second time I bought something from She Inside, and I think it works pretty well. I didn't like to buy clothes online, but I haven't been disappointed so far. Do you have any experiences to share? It's always good to know what works and what doesn't.
Happy Friday, everyone!
P.S. Some time later, I did get rid of this dress. The sizing wasn't appropriate. It was, at the same time, too petite and too large, if you know what I mean. The arms were too short and it made me feel fat, not only because I might've been fat (LOL), but also because of the size and the ruffles. I loved it when I got it, wore it enough times to justify the amount of money I spent on it, and donated it. I hope the person who got it is enjoying the dress more than my packed closet was.
Thanks for your comments, ladies!
Today it was unbelievably hot: the hottest day of 2014! Yay! (I don't know why I'm celebrating, 'cause I like it when it's cold). Anyways, I ended up wearing short sleeves! It was 9 degrees outside. I was going to wear something else, then changed my mind before leaving for work. I usually like to decide my next-day outfit before going to bed, so that I don't spend too much time on that the next morning. That's not what happened today, and I picked something simple and comfortable. And you, do you like to decide your looks in advance as well?
Whenever I wear this dress, I feel kinda fat, but people seem to like it (maybe people like to see me fat; go figure!). For this reason, I stopped wearing it for a while. It has resuscitated from my closet in the last few years, though, and I choose it as a part of my daily look about once a month.
What about you? Do you keep old clothes in your closet, or get rid of them? And how often do you repeat the same outfits?
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Did you like it? Well, I myself am not sure. It's a pretty comfortable dress, but it sometimes makes me feel old and fat. OMG, I should get rid of something that makes me feel old and fat. I'll try it one more time, maybe...
This morning I actually wore it with a pair of brown boots. But they are too dirty to photograph. I was thinking... I like to photograph what I actually wear. It helps me when I don't know what to wear, or when a new season comes and I don't remember my clothes *grin*. This blog helps me get some inspiration... from myself. I hope it can help someone else out there, too.
I love this Union Jack sweater that I got from She Inside. The only problem is that it calls too much attention: everybody likes it, comments on it... and remembers it! So if I wear it too often it seems like I don't have anything else to wear, if you know what I mean.
Today I decided to wear it with these red combat boots. I'm not sure whether I really liked it or not. I don't know if you can see it, but I'm wearing legwarmers as well, because I think the boots are a bit too loose--and my legs, too thin (only my legs, though).
Also, I don't know who's going to realise it, but the sweater looks a little wet. Real life: I was brushing my teeth or something like that before going to work.
Originally, I wasn't going to wear the skirt, but I decided to put on one more layer because of the cold. What a long winter, eh?