Cleanance Emulsion Lotion.
I did the 5 minute makeup challenge a couple of weeks ago and that wasn't a complete failure, so for some reason I thought I would be the perfect contender for the 3 minute challenge. Did I fail? Was there another foundation problem? I guess you'll have to watch the video to find out.
Since Outside Lands is in exactly two weeks I decided to make a playlist featuring some of the bands and musicians that I can't wait to see. This will be my first time going to Outside Lands and I'm extremely excited to attend the music festival. I also can't wait to be in San Francisco since it's been around 10 years since I last went.
So in this month's playlist we have Rhye (which I've been obsessed with for the past couple of months), Vampire Weekend, San Diego's own Wavves, and last but not least we have Sir Paul McCartney opening and closing the playlist.
Today is a two blog post type of day because I have a new video to share with you! Check out what items I've purchased these past couple of weeks.
The Beat, located in Carlsbad. That was the first time I've ever gone Carlsbad Village area and you know what? It's a pretty cool area. There's lots of restaurants and boutiques which is sure to satisfy the needs of both locals and tourists alike. The Beat definitely stands out from the other boutiques in Carlsbad Village which tend to cater more to the beachy Californian girl. From the moment I walked in I definitely got a good vibe all thanks to the rad music and decor.
Specked Nail Varnish which are $17 a bottle. I don't know about you but it kills me to spend over $8 for a nail polish, especially since drugstore brands are on top of their game when it comes to the latest nail trends. Yesterday I was browsing the makeup section at Bed Bath & Beyond when I stumbled upon this Maybelline nail polish. It was love at first application, let me tell you! And the best part is that the bottle is only $3. Now that's what I call a bargain!
DIY tutorial in Dutch, I may not speak Dutch but I sure speak DIY.
Michel Herbelin. I know we live in a digital age and most of us look at our phones whenever we want the time, but there is just something about watches that I absolutely love. Michel Herbelin and I would like to illustrate how watches are such a timeless fashion accessory. I've created two Polyvore sets inspired by two of the women featured in Jean-Luc Godard films during the nouvelle vague era, Anna Karina and Jean Seberg. I personally find French fashion simple, effortless, classic, and timeless just like the Michel Herbelin's Sonates watch. I really hope that you enjoy this creative collaboration as much as I enjoyed the whole process.