Since the beginning of the year, I started dying my hair but I've finally never obtained the exact color I was looking for, which was a sexy chocolate color, so hard to get :s...I used a light blond dye and then a golden blond dye...but whatever the color I was choosing, I was always ending up with horrible red highlights or golden highlights as you can see on the "before" pic, this was just ugly. I couldn't stand my hair so I've finally decided to go back to my natural color chosing the Casting Crème Gloss by l'Oréal in shade 300, a pretty dark brown color. I didn't choose the black color cause in the past, I experimented that color and it was TOO black, like a crow... so girls always take a dark brown color if you have natural black hair like me, it's more natural ;)
And here is the result :
No more ugly golden highlights, but just a beautiful dark color, not too black and not too brown, simply perfect. That dye is great because : - it doesn't have a strong chimical smell compared to the other hair dye products - the hair isn't damaged or super dry, it's super silky - no surprise, the color is the same as the box
I'm super satisfied with that product, I'm finally free from my highlights and I realize how beautiful my natural hair color is.
What about you girls ? did you have a good experience with hair dyes ?
Today, was the one and only friday the 13th of the year and I have to say that it was a crazy day. I'm not super supersticious but today a bunch of crazy stuffs happened to me : underground strike of course just the day I have my litterature presentation at uni, my internet connexion didn't work and this NEVER happens usually, believe me...I don't know if all that things are related to friday the 13th, but if it's not, it's really bizzare...Do you believe in Friday the 13th ? Are you particulary supersticious that day or in general ?
The key of a perfect makeup is definatly the foundation. It took me years to find the right foundation. I started wearing foundation at 16, at this time, my skin used to be great and I only used a simple powder foundation, it was enough to make my skin glowing. But unfortunatly with the time, my skin got more and more sensitive and I started getting blemishes and skin discoloration, the more I grow up, the more my skin looks fairer, it's annoying because you can never get one foundation all the time.
So what I'm doing right now is mixing several foundations to get the perfect color, this is the only solution.
I mix a drop of the Superstay from Maybelline (in #caramel) and a drop of the Colorstay from Revlon (#Rich Tan). To get a light bit of light, I also add a little bit of the Studio Sculpt Foundation from MAC on the center of my face (#NC45). I end with a little bit of Blush : MAC blush in Coygirl and a glowy pink by Me Me Me "Blush me" in Pink. I love light pinky blushes ❤
Anyway, I'm still searching the perfect foundation, sometimes i'm really done with mixing my 3 foundations everyday lol, so if you guys know a foundation which looks good on indian skin tones, let me know it :). What is your foundation routine ?
Today was truly amazing, I've spent some very good moments with my friends...I can't believe it's almost the end of the uni year...time flies that's crazy...I try my best to profit of every moments. And the weather was just perfect : super sunny 27°...So here is my OOTD, as colorful as the weather :
Welcome everybody on my blog :)...Most of the time, I spend my time visting blogs on blogger, I love hauls and reviews and it helped me a lot when I was hesitating on buying some beauty products and clothes, so I decided to create my own blog too to talk about the stuffs that I love and hate and hopefully helping you :D. I'll do shopping hauls and make up routine and reviews.
PS : Excuse my english, sometimes I tend to do some mistakes, I live in France so forgive me LOL.