Lately I have been enjoying Sunday brunch. I have made it a mission to go to different restaurants and try out their brunch menu and what they have to offer. People that know me know that I am a foodie and love going out to eat and spending time with my friends and family. This gave me a great excuse to review these restaurants while spending time with the awesome people in my life. Get ready for my Sunday Brunchin segment on my blog under “For My Foodies”!
Bonjour mes chéries or Bon Soir depending what time you’re looking at this post.
November 1, 2012 I decided to stop hitting those Dominican salons to straighten my hair every week. I realized that my hair had lost it’s natural curl pattern to the point that I hated having my hair wet and curly. For the majority of my life, I had always had my hair straight and that needed to change. I did my research on Youtube and blogs and started buying products. I went ahead and bought the most popular line that I saw online, SheaMoisture. I love it! Now, I have a lot of products that I have been trying. It’s a hit and miss because not every hair is the same and not everyone will react the same to hair products. I take advise from girls online and see what their hair type is, buy the product and hope for the best. Here I’m only posting what has worked for me and what I have been trying lately.
I have always said that I’m not a professional just a novice with a brush and a palette :) This quick post is coming from a girl who always liked makeup but never cared about techniques or consistency of what makes makeup flawless…until a couple of years ago! Needless to say I’m obsessed and I know now what works for me. I only wish I found this love earlier so I could have practiced on others and really bring out my creativity, but my face will have to do for now and if anyone is brave enough to let my tools near their face I can only promise to treat it as if it were my own lol
On with my review: Real Techniques makeup brushes which I purchased at Ulta
Can’t wait to watch the movie this weekend! The glitz, the glamour, and Leo :)
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Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby hits theaters tomorrow, and in honor of the film’s gorgeous looks created by costume designer Catherine Martin (in collaboration with Miuccia Prada and Tiffany & Co.), we rounded up 15 items inspired by the roaring twenties. Click through the gallery to see our jazz age-inspired picks, ranging from the totally glamorous to the completely kitschy. Because, just like Gatsby, we want it all!
I love Shefinds.com! If you don’t know about it, look it up and find them on Facebook. They do awesome giveaways! I found this article in my email from them about Abercrombie and Fitch, which I thought was re-post worthy. It is sad that there is a CEO out there like the one for A&F. Like really, you don’t want fat people wearing your clothing?!? Well, I’m glad to say it’s been years since I bought something from that store! I’m not sure what the mindset is of this CEO, but he needs to check himself before somebody does. I don’t think you want to be out of your job there buddy! Let me know what you think after you read the article. I was surprised he’s been caught saying some of this stuff.