I want to try and share a makeup look every Wednesdays, so fingers crossed.
So, as you can see from the tittle I have another makeup look to share with you guys, and this one is an exciting one, it’s a blue and golden glitter reverse cut-crease. I have a step-by-step on how to create a reverse cut-crease, you can check it out by clicking HERE.
So, one of my really good friends is getting married, yesterday was her Mehndi Party (It’s a party in which the bride gets her henna tattoo done, and so does everyone else), and on today’s blog post I will share with you guys the makeup and outfit I had on yesterday.
As you know, from my social media, I spent this past weekend in South Africa, and I could not come empty handed! I mean it wouldn’t be in true Beauty Blogger style if I didn’t do some make up shopping (What makeup lover can resist buying some makeup? Not me for sure!). On today’s post I will share with you guys what I bought during my trip.
But first the disclaimer! All of this makeup that I bought was with my OWN hard earned money, not sponsored by a company nor my parents/family. So please, if you want to judge don’t keep reading. Thank you!
As you can see by the title, today is about the third day of Navratri.
So, for the third day of Navratri I wore a very traditional and fully embroidered Chania choli and some very traditional accessories and matching bangles. This look is a typical Gujrati one for Navratri.
Today I will talk about some inexpensive make-up brands that you can actually get here in Mozambique and nearby cities.
Well, to be honest lately drugstore brands have been increasing their prices so much, to the point that it’s almost the price of an high-end brand but fortunately there are some brands that are still inexpensive.
Here in Mozambique, is very hard to get drugstore, independent brands and especially high-end make-up. In general it’s just hard to get make-up here. That’s why I only have few high-end make-up items in my collection.