I know, I know, round glasses have been around for some time now. I like the trend but the thing is I tend to look like Harry Potter wearing them and that’s why I wasn’t quite willing to buy them. Until I met those. I reckon I don’t have to tell you what happened when I saw them at 50% off.
For most of the times I’m not much of a beauty junkie. For example, I’m too lazy to use multiple products for make-up removal and I just wash it all of with a bar of soap. It’s easy and it works (as long as you don’t forget to moisturise afterwards). Probably that’s the area that drives me the most as lotions, moisturisers and stuff like this is what I enjoy buying and using. The other important thing next to product’s main job, is that it has to smell good. So these two bottles are my latest find. Everybody who likes Elizabeth Arden’s Green Tea products, will like those as well. It might be psychological (doesn’t “Provance” evoke good emotions in you?), but they seem a bit more interesting to me (or I might as well be tired of Elizabeth Arden’s everybody’s fave product). Anyways, they’re worth a try if you are interested.
Say hello to my first (and probably not last) pair of TOMS. If you haven’t heard of them, then these are simple canvas (or some other fabric) shoes that carry a charitable message: with every pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. You can read about it here and here. I think the idea is beautiful (and I also think this is a good business model).
To be honest, I’d buy them without the charitable factor as well. But this doesn’t mean I don’t feel a bit better person when wearing them.
If you like them, ASOS has quite good selection. At least I had tough time deciding.