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7-Step Smokey Eye (Beginners)

Like the little black dress, a smokey eye is timelessly sexy, and yet, like pretty much everyone else, I never got around to doing it thanks to the amount of work it looked like. As part of my recent bridal experience with Estee Lauder, among all the other incredible elements and pampering, I also picked one trend to learn from Rani, the inhouse makeup artist. Could have been my upcoming wedding or simply the dozen other weddings I have to attend this month, but I instinctly picked the Smokey Eye.

Brush Edit. My Top 5 Fave Brushes To Own Yo Makeup

Rewind to a couple of years ago, in my initial years of my blogging, when I perpetually wore sunglasses to hide the fact that I wasn’t wearing any makeup! Not quite sure whether my transition into being an absolute beauty junkie occurred with age or when the freebies started coming in but I have to admit, as of today, I’m officially a makeup addict. I wouldn’t say I’m an expert yet but almost 90% of the makeup you see on my blog has been done by me and I make it a point to innovate with each look to get better everyday. I’ve been learning one step at a time and I feel like that’s the only you can go with it!

It’s All About The Base

Been testing out the new dedicated scalp care range under Biolage Advanced by Matrix – Scalppure, these past few weeks, and here’s what I think of it!

Fluid Is You

Video by PopoKoko Productions 🙂 Featuring outfits made with LIVA

Current life situation. Daughter, fiance, entrepreneur and blogger. All actively consuming roles – in no order of preference whatsoever. My life in the last 8 months has been a rollercoaster – exciting, exhilarating and making me slightly motion-sick. But one thing that this phase of life has taught me – is to adapt. To be fluid in nature, to embrace new life-altering changes with grace and most importantly – to smile through it.

ROOT SHOOTING

Today we’re talking about Wella’s new styling range, EIMI, and before we begin I’ve got to say – from the time I received these samples to the time I actually managed to squeeze in time to shoot with them – they were only half full.
Whether I wanted want wild texture, dazzling shine, a volume boost or a smooth and sleek finish, between these 3 products I could pretty much pick and choose to customize a style that would suit me. The EIMI collection comprises of 31 styling tools that focus on specific hair needs, as compared to a generic approach.
I, for one, am a sucker for volume. So the Dry Me dry shampoo and Root Shoot were the natural go-to products for me from this range. I’ve tried tons of dry shampoos to beat my ‘oily hair in 24 hours’ condition but Dry Me is most definitely reigning on my list. Ever since I received it, I’ve used it almost thrice a week, and every single time, it’s delivered fresh, matte hair with incredible volume.
I dive into my Root Shoot bottle on days that my hair needs an extra boost. I toss my hair upside down and spray onto my roots for a guaranteed high-precision root lift.
For days that my look calls for a more elegant, formal hairstyle, I turn to Perfect Me, a super delicate lotion that moistures my hair and perfects it enough to even tame fly-aways so I can achieve the precise look I’m going for.
EIMI is available in all Wella Professional salons. Simply ask your Wella Professional stylist for more information.
Can’t wait to use these at Fashion week! #SpeakStyleSpeakEIMI
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