I've been a fan of St. Ives ever since I first stumbled upon the Apricot Facial Scrub when I was a teenager rummaging through my mom's bathroom looking for something to wash my face with, because I was sleeping over for the weekend and had forgotten to bring my own facial wash. I found my mom's tube of St. Ives Apricot Scrub sitting by her sink and didn't even think twice and washed my face with it...
My two month stay in France was more than just a cultural exchange on my end. I took it as a chance to learn about the French way of life, and that included studying how effortlessly beautiful French women are and how they achieve it, and applying the things I've learned into my lifestyle as well. Honestly, I don't remember a time I ever came across a French woman with bad skin.
I’m starting to get a little obsessed with what I put on my skin. At 25 years old, I’m already dealing with, and I don’t want to say wrinkles because I don't think they're there yet, some fine lines on my face, especially in my undereye area (all thanks to years of rubbing my eyes, good job Camie!).
The very much awaited post on my current skincare essentials. I'm a no-fuss kind of girl, to be honest. I don't use a lot of products and once I've found the ones that work for me, I stick with them!
One of the biggest questions girls often have in life: Where the hell did my bobby pins go? I'm the type of person who will always lose hair clips, bobby pins, earrings, hair ties, rings; basically any tiny thing smaller than my hand...
It's high-maintenance.Bleached hair is no joke. It takes serious constant TLC, and is definitely not for the faint hearted.
My very first tip for people who plan to undergo the process of bleaching their hair into near obliteration is to do RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH. Google will be your best friend in this journey. Make use of it. Extensive research is highly mandatory because bleach is a chemical that is NO joke
This works best when left for about 8 hours. So what I do is I sleep on it, and the next day I just unravel the twists and shake out my hair a bit and hello, mermaid curls. It depends on your type of hair on how effective this method is. My hair is pretty versatile and follows whatever I do with it (most of the time).
After months of what seemed like a hiatus on my love for makeup, it has been reignited once again all thanks to a wonderful store called Sephora. After years and years of endless rumours about Sephora finally making its way to the Philippines, it finally came true early this year in the form of Sephora.ph.