One of my favourite things about dressing up in the winter time is playing around with dark lip colours. Dark berry lips are the perfect addition to your wintery look.
From berry to plums, these darker hues and deeper pigments will give your lips that glamorous, moody winter pout.
Now, before you start applying that dark lip colour, don’t forget to use a lip scrub. Make sure those lips are moisturized. If you need a great lip scrub, check out my Lush Mint Julips lip scrub review here, it’s my favourite lip scrub of all time.
My nails never keep colour on them, probably because I am OCD about washing my hands consistently and though I love getting my nails done, I can’t fathom spending $35 every two weeks for a Shellac manicure.
Recently, one of my cousin’s recommended that I try Sally Hanson’s Miracle Gel nail polish (she couldn’t stop raving about it), so I decided to put it to the test. Plus, I love finding a great drugstore buy and dupe.
This Miracle Gel polish promises up to 14 days of colour and shine, no UV/LED light needed, and you can remove it with regular nail polish, say bye bye to damaging acetone gel removal.
Christmas is only a few days away and since a few of you asked me how I folded my napkin into a Christmas tree in my last DIY post (you can check it out here, if you missed it), I thought why not show you with a tutorial.
I was inspired to fold my napkin into a tree after seeing a tutorial in a Christmas magazine I bought at Michaels about a month ago. I thought it was such a neat idea and the napkins would look so festive on each place setting during Christmas dinner.
So get ready to dress the table to impress with these step-by-step instructions!