Hey guys, what a crazy week it’s been around here!
I wanted to do another instalment of beauty misconceptions since it’s been a while and heaven knows there’s some bad info being touted as fact or a liiiiittle off the mark.
Let’s dive in!
Priceline kicked my ass yet again with makeup sales before Christmas and I thought I’d share my surprisingly hologrammy buys! I know hologram is everywhere and it seems like late to the party, but I’ve been on the fence with a lot of products I’ve seen and if they would look good on my textured, oily goblin face.
I decided that since the sales were really good, I should at least grab some items and show them to you! I haven’t really tested these products yet to give a concrete review, but I have some swatches (albeit terrible camera work because shiny things always photograph well).
I love being blonde. I’ve been every hair colour and shade (except black), but I love being a platinum blonde, and it’s the colour I’ve been the longest. It’s almost like I don’t know anything else, but soon I’m going to change all that. I’ve decided that the maintenance is too time-consuming and I want to switch it up a bit by going an easier to handle darker blonde.
As I have been platinum, I’ve had a lot of compliments, some criticisms but I usually get questions. The big two are about the time and if they themselves would suit it. To answer the latter: I think everyone should try going platinum if they want to. Life’s too short and can be too monotonous or overwhelming, just dye your hair! The other questions though need a bit more explaining, so I’ll try to do my best below.
I want to preface this by saying I’m in no way a professional. While my mother is, I have just learnt from her and my own experiences.
Ugh, it’s that time of year again where the Australian summer chokeholds the season and punches the living shit out of anyone standing on this land. In general I actually really like summer but summer here in Australia is a time I dread because it does kick me in my ass physically, so I need to make sure I’m prepared.
Let’s take a deep breath, clutch onto a block of ice, and dive in.
*record scratch* You’re probably wondering where Elle is -you know- the late sometimes-“writer” of this blog that whines about anything costing over 30 dollars and swears way too much to be taken seriously by anyone. ‘I’m sure she isn’t cool enough for Clarins’ you might be thinking.. for which I’ll say yes I am and even though I know this, I’m a little insulted you thought that.
Yet here we are! Elle is reviewing some reputable skincare! Some reputable, science-based skincare at that.
Let’s cut to the chase and dive in.
You know when you’re brain just keeps going “jfskfdjfdsk” at something and makes it difficult to actually express what you want to say? That’s how I feel about a lot of things, but today, it’s about peel off masks.
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