J Crew’s blog is a fun read! Meet Hilary Tsui, style blogger and co-owner of Liger boutique in Wong Chuk Hang.
Where is that?? I hear you say! Its that bit between Deep Water Bay and Ap Lei Chau
Remember that horrid make up picture of Kim Kardasian with all shades of skin tones on her face? Don’t remember? Here let me show you.
Ok. This method is called contouring. Honestly when I saw this, I felt there was NO WAY flawless make up could be achieved with THAT amount of make up. It was frankly too time consuming and frankly all the primer in the world wouldn’t hold that quantity of make up in a place like Hong Kong or . It is just not realistic.
Well, I have found some one on the tinterweb who is literally a genius!
This is Cara, from MaskCara and she is my favorite cosmetics blogger primarily because she doesn’t use a lot of make up and her technique is simple to understand and follow.
PLUS she has her own line of cosmetics that are simple and easy to take anywhere if you’re on holiday or have to attend a wedding… or its your OWN wedding! Check her makeover Monday looks! The ladies are just dazzling.
If anyone has been following my blog, you will know I don’t normally put up stuff on interiors but this is one I have to do.
Cassandra Lavalle of coco + kelley, has to be one of my favourites that I follow religiously when it pops up in my inbox and I always love what she does. And what she does, makes me wish I owned a loft brick space in Hong Kong. I really do. (Tragic!)
But for your lovelies out there who have the time to do beautify your space… enjoy this read.
I’m mad for coffee and I have to kick myself…. why didn’t I think of this???
What a great way to enjoy coffee…! I’d sub the cow’s milk for flavoured soy milk.
Although its April here in Hong Kong, it hasn’t quite become warm enough to be called HOT. Its just really humid.
This is a cute style from A Pretty Penny, to look forward too for the weekend!
I am absolutely loving this fashionista’s style – especially with her choice of vintage items! This green bag is fun…!
When I saw this dress on Topshop, I knew I had to have it. And when it arrived in the mail a month or so ago, I fell so much more in love with it! The construction is with this thick and heavyweight satin material that gives the dress it’s shape and form.
All in all, I think this will be a staple in my closet. I know it will be easy to dress up, so I opted to feature it here with a casual look. My trusty (and ancient) monk loafers are always a go-to when I want to look polished and slightly preppy. The green handbag was a vintage find.
What do you guys think of this look?
dress: topshop satin stripe a-line dress, loafers: zara (old), purse: vintage
This is such an awesome and inexpensive way to upcycle / recycle even wrapping paper.
I’m all for change and frankly, being able to change up one wall every so often is not a bad thing. This is a great way to freshen up any room at any time.
I absolutely love this decor idea and am possibly contemplating (seriously contemplating) using a wall to create this look. I love it!
Add a splash of your favorite aroma oil would seal the look with sight & smell of flowers…
For the past few days we’ve been talking about how to integrate florals into your spring wardrobe, but what about you home decor? Flowers are the ultimate bachelorette pad pattern. They’re feminine, romantic and so beautiful. It’s easy to add florals to your home, especially when the elements to make DIY floral decor are 15% off! Check out these inspirational photos, and then head onto our Floral Shop and get your DIY supplies!
This flower wall is a real attention-grabber. The rest of the decor is minimal because the wall packs such a punch.
Make a statement with beautiful wallpaper. This green wallpaper is in a color that’s calming and has a really luxurious feel.
If you’re allergic to huge prints and bold patterns, add flowers in small doses; a rose on your pillow, a sunflower on your mug.
You can DIY these botanical soap dispensers are a great way to make…
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I’m loving the water-colour + ombre theme ideas I see on the net. Hope you enjoy this one too!
One of this spring’s hottest home decor trends is for the free-spirited because the medium it mimics isn’t one to stay in place. We’re talking about free-flowing watercolors! The light and bright look of watercolors is flowing into home decor everywhere, and we’re definitely digging this trend.
Watercolor wallpaper is popping up everywhere! It adds serenity to any room, and can add the perfect pop of color.
This trend in home decor transcends into party decor too! This watercolor birthday party for a little girl is adorable and fitting. Watercolors can be whimsical and soft, and allow kids to explore their creativity!
This cool DIY from Mabey She Made It combines the gradient effect of watercolors, and a fun cutout shape for a modern approach to the style.
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