I've been fascinated by the work of Geishas since I've read Arthur Golden's "Memoirs of a Geisha" years ago. Geishas, but also Asian women in general, are known for their flawless skin, so the idea of bringing their beauty rituals to bathrooms all over the world, can only be intriguing. That's exactly what Tatcha does.
Even though summer is almost over, I was in need of some new pants for my upcoming trip to Barcelona. As it wouldn't make much sense to buy tons of shorts at this time of the year, I decided to go for culottes and anything similar. While strolling through H&M I found these amazing striped palazzo pants which I couldn't resist wearing immediately though. They're from the conscious collection, which makes them even more awesome.
As I live quite far away from Luxembourg city, I get easily annoyed by having to drive there so often. However due to my internship I hadn't been in the city for weeks, and I was really looking forward to going there again this Saturday for our monthly blogger meeting. It was nice to catch up with the girls and especially with my friend Emilie, who had been in LA for two weeks.
A-line skirts, denim dresses, suede jackets - The 70s trend was so popular this summer, that it was pretty clear that we would also take it over into fall and winter. After all a decade is not season-bound, right? If however you live in a country where fall means rain and cold, and winter means snow and freezing cold, you won't have the possibility to keep on wearing the trend just like you did in summer. However as you can see in the recent H&M advertorial, the trend can easily be made fit for fall. All you need can be found in the collages below.
Today we're writing a new chapter in my endless story about finding beauty products that will finally give me the skin I've always dreamt of. God knows I've tried a lot of stuff and recently I came across yet another brand. It's called Meder Beauty Science, comes from Switzerland and the products are made according to the latest biotechnological innovations. Curious?