I was unsure about what to wear to the Races at a recent event, so I did my research before deciding on my outfit. See my outfit here I fell in love with a particular fascinator and tried to find an outfit that would complement this. I realise that it is usually the other way around, but that… Read More
Today, I attended a Race Day function organised by the company I work for, Caesarstone Australia. The day was organised for customers and staff to raise money for Camp Quality. The only time I have ever been to the Races, it was quite a casual affair, with a picnic on the grass. This, however, required more… Read More
I am sooooo excited! My first give away, and I am even more excited that it is an Urban Rituelle Giftpack. Are you familiar with Urban Rituelle? Urban Rituelle is an innovative brand of Australian made bath & body care products based in Sydney, Australia. Leanne Haining and Scott Kelly established Urban… Read More
I was like a kid in a lolly shop today! the International Make Up Artists Trade Show was back in Sydney this year. Last years IMATS 2013 was great fun, and I was really looking forward to going again this year. I am not a practicing make up artist right now. But I was,… Read More
Still, through all of this there is Beauty. Soul. Courage. These are the things that cannot be taken away. -David Jay Man oh man. Go and see this. A room full of photos shot by fashion photographer David Jay, shining the spotlight on young women affected by breastcancer. Every single one of these… Read More
What a week! Let’s start with last Friday shall we? Friday. I picked up my new car!!! It isn’t just “A Car”. It is my car, not our car. Paid for with my earnings, from my hard work. If that sounds brattish, it probably is, but I am just a little proud of myself. So bite me.… Read More
My blog is all about fashion, make up and skincare – so it is only fitting I write about a charity that is very close to my heart. What do you think happens to ones self confidence, when not only have you been diagnosed with life threatening disease, but the treatment for this disease, changes the way you look? Look Good Feel Better is a free community service program dedicated to helping Australians undergoing treatment for cancer.
I look forward to this event every year. Although I haven’t been in the industry for many years, I go along to (wo)man the stand for Look Good… Feel Better: educating beauty professionals about the workshops this amazing organisation conducts. Read more about LGFB What is big this year? Eyebrows. Eyebrow extensions, eyebrow powders,… Read More