Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Outfit inspiration - Valentine's Day dresses

Hello everyone!

Valentine’s Day is just a few days away and whether you are having dinner in with your loved one or going out on the town with your girlfriends, Valentine's Day is a day when we have an excuse to get dolled up!  If you don't have your Valentine's Day outfit picked out yet, check out these nine pink and nine red dress options that I picked out. 





These dresses are all available in pink!
  1. ML Monique Lhuillier Give Me A Smooch Gown • Monique Lhuillier • $125.00
  2. BB Dakota 'Rhianna' Illusion Yoke Lace Fit & Flare Dress • BB Dakota • $98.00
  3. French Connection Lizzie Lace Dress • French Connection • $39.60
  4. ASOS Shift Dress in Bonded Crepe with Asymmetric Hem • Asos • $47.38
  5. Tadashi Shoji Lace-Inset Sleeveless Gown • Tadashi Shoji • $428.00
  6. ASOS Premium Bonded Fit And Flare Dress • Asos • $121.45
  7. Lulu Lace Bandeau Skater Dress • Boohoo • $35.00
  8. BB Dakota 'Renley' Lace Fit & Flare Dress (Nordstrom Exclusive) • BB Dakota • $88.00
  9. Adrianna Papell Sleeveless Floral Gown • Adrianna Papell • $258.00


These dresses are all available in red!
  1. Heart Shaped Cutout Skater Dress • Charlotte Russe • $29.99
  2. Best of My Love Wine Red Long Sleeve Dress • $40.00
  3. Glamorous Long Story Short Red Maxi Dress • Glamorous • $63.00
  4. Black Halo 3/4 Sleeve Jackie O Dress • Black Halo • $345.00
  5. Nikibiki Lace Valentine Dress • $68.00
  6. Jessica Howard Long-Sleeve A-Line Sweater Dress • Jessica Howard • $49.99
  7. Glam Squad Shop Red Lace Dress • $69.00
  8. Moschino Valentine Dress • Moschino • $119.00
  9. French Connection Valentine Off-the-Shoulder Fitted Dress • French Connection • $158.00

Which dress is your favourite?  Leave a comment and let me know!







Saturday, February 07, 2015

The history of make-up


Hello everyone!

Did you know that make-up has been around for at least 6,000 years?  Throughout history women, and men, have put their health at risk with many homemade cosmetics.  In some cultures, for example, women used arsenic, lead, mercury, and even leeches to look "beautiful".  Thankfully, we've come a long way!  Check out the infographic below to find out where make-up started, and how it got to where it is today.

History of Makeup
Source: Medical Insurance Blog – Via: OnlyInfographic


I hope you enjoyed this post.  Which fact/s surprised you the most?  Let me know in the comments section!  





 

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