New years planning

Hi everybody. Sorry about bad update, but I’ve just wanted to relax now around christmas.

Today I was in town to look for clothes to New Years Eve, I came home with two pair of black pumps, one envelope bag, a strapless long dress and a new freebra since mine was both two sizes (!) too small and had lost the glue.

My new years ensemble is entirely in black, so I’m thinking of how to do my make up and my hair.
Right now the plan is doing champagne/golden nails, a golden shimmery smokey eye and red or nude lips. And maybe put my hair up in a french twist.
What do you think? Anyone have any other ideas?

Pictures will be up on my look. I’m really bad at remembering to take pictures before leaving my house, but if I don’t I’ll try taking at the party.

Ciao

Window Number 24 – 2012

and the 24:th and last window contained.

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Shea Body Butter – 200 ml

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Not much of a surprise that it was a body butter, but I really like that it was the shea one
I’ve been planning on buying a more neutral body butter, but I’ve tried to choose between Shea, Olive, vitamin E and Aloe.
The only problem I have with the shea scent is that it reminds me of Sun Screen, which makes me long for sund when I smell it.
As for the texture and feeling on the skin it’s like their other butters, I like it but if you need something that absorbes fast, don’t buy a butter.

As for the pictures in this post, my step-dad wanted the camera for the holidays, so I’m using my compact camera.

And with this I’ll wish my readers a Merry Christmas, I’m going to go fix the christmas ham for lunch.
What’s your favorite christmas traditions, food, decorations and movie?

Ciao

Window Number 23 – 2012

In the 23:d window there was

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Olive Beautifying Oil – 100 ml

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I can honestly say, ever since I saw the look of the calendar this year I’ve been waiting for an olive product, it just felt as it would have at least one. I was right.

The beautifying Oils are dry oils that are quickly absorbed and fit to use everywere, face, body and hair, and claims to moisturise, smoothen an illuminate the skin. I have never used one of these regularly but I have the sweet lemon one since before. The olive scent is mild and I like it. I will use this more often than the lemon one.
As for the uses of the oil, I can’t answer yet. I have used it in my hair but didn’t like it. I like the feeling of it on the skin. I’m thinking of doing a test were I use the oil on half my face and my regular moisturizer on the other half, and the same with my legs. To see if the skin get different. But I think I’ll wait a while with that.

Ciao

Window Number 22 – 2012

In the 22:nd window I got

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Almond Hand and Nail Butter – 100 ml

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Also a product that I already own, and probably my most frequently used hand cream.
I love it. Its smooth on the skin and smells faint and not overpowering. It lingers a while on the skin so it shouldn’t be used if you’re in a hurry.
This is always a part of my manicure routine, both on the nails and the hands.

Ciao

Window Number 21 – 2012

In the 21:th window we found.

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Warmin Mineral Mask – 100 ml

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I have this mask already, but mine’s almost emoty, so this is great.
I use a facial mask once a a and often reach for this one if I’m not in need of any special target area. This is for all  skin types and when you rub it on your skin it really gets warm. It smells nice of eucalyptus and I always feel fresh and glowing after I’ve used this. The texture is a bit runnier than a clay but it still feels like one, and since it is a clac mask that is good.

If I have time in all the christmas things that is to be done I’ll do a christmas manicure tonight.

Ciao

Window Number 20 – 2012

In window Number 20 there was

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Camomile Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover – 250 ml

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I got one of these last year to, and it’s a really nice remover. Sadly it doesn’t work on waterproof make-up, and I usually use waterproof mascara. They have a camomille remover for waterproof make-up to, it’s a cream and I’m hoping to try it sometime. Even though I’m not a fan of cream remover.
This is a watery liquid that’s easiest to use with a cotton pad/ball. I usually put some on a cotton pad, hold it against my eyelid for a few seconds and then gently pull it downwards to remove the make-up. It has a very mild scent that’s not disturbing at all.
I’m almost out of mine, so getting a new one is really good. Too bad it wasn’t the waterproof one.

Ciao