I have just spent the last 2 – 3 hours trying to find the so-called ‘perfect’ theme for my blog. I have rarely tried anything as hard, I tell ya.
But it just means so much that it fits just right to what your blog is and who you are as a person. After all, it is the first thing people see when they visit your site – and if you have a messy and unorganized theme many turn away. Or, at least I do, haha.
Hell, I don’t even know if this one will stick and for how long if I do go with it. Right there, I am one of the worst decision makers in the universe. Mostly because I like something from various themes and just want to put it all into one theme, which will then suit exactly the needs I have.
Now you might think, ‘well, why don’t you?’. Because even that point is one I haven’t reached yet *sigh*.
Are you just as troubled when choosing a theme as I am?
Anyways, the above products are some of the ones I pretty much use every single day I have to go outside my door. If I just stay at home and relax in my couch for a whole day I never butter with make-up. 😉
Bourjois is one of my all-time favourite brands. I guess you can say it is somewhat of a drugstore brand, though its prices are somewhat above it, but it is one you’ll see in your nearest make-up pusher place, if you’re lucky! But most products are set below 100 DKK.
The mascara shown in the image is actually the one I own and I cannot praise it enough. I never get lashes stuck horribly together and they are pitch black after use.
Bumble & Bumble. Man oh man. This spray is the first product I have bought from Bumble & Bumble. I bought it 9 months ago AND IT STILL WORKS! It has not dried out nor has it gone empty. My (fine) hair really does have the beached out looks without looking greasy. I really want some more of their products at some point, but unfortunately it is rather expensive. Unless you buy their travel sized bottles, they are around the 200+ DKK prize range.
Sephora has become a global brand, are you insane. I recently visited my friend in Copenhagen and was looking for a primer to use underneath my foundation/powder. I bought the gel primer from Sephora (in a smaller bottle in the one shown above) and glides right on my skin. It doesn’t feel greasy and you only have to let it stay for a couple of minutes before putting anything on top (unless you just love messy sponges and brushes 😉 ).
Benecos is an ecological Danish brand with wonderful prices! It’s bio-dynamic and everything, which just makes it better. I bought the powder shown in Berlin this Christmas and it is so smooth. It might not cover the worst blemishes, which is why I often use it on top of a creamy foundation, but if you just want to give your skin some ’smoothness’ and glow it is absolutely perfect.
MAC’s lipstics are my faves. I love lipsticks in general and have way too many in various shades of red, haha. I have an orange-ish one from MAC which I bought from eBAY to well below the retail price. My next one from them have to be a nude, as I am really in need of more of that colour. Otherwise, Barry M is also quite good. I have a dark red lipstick from them which I just love.
Mængden af tekst skrevet på engelsk ovenover, bliver måske en dag oversat til dansk. I dag, må jeg indrømme, er ikke den dag. 😉