Earlier in the month I featured the 2008 fashion trends and I mentioned flower power as one of them. I was specifically referring to apparel in that entry but there’s also a fun dimension to add to this trend through accessories such as shoes, especially if you do not want an overdose of floral prints on your body. Depending on your personal preference, you can pick footwear with a little flower detail or one with more floral patterns or prints.
Working ladies who are tired with wearing stiff corporate suits would be happy to find some interesting and stylish wear at Dotted Line. I like the fact that I don’t see one piece of corporate suit at their online store and yet, it’s undeniable that these are clothes you can wear with ease at any business meetings. And you can trust that they are indeed suitable for the corporate scene because the designer, Dorothy, used to come from a (rather stiff) corporate environment.
I haven’t gone for a facial in months, simply because I no longer believe in the benefits they promise to deliver. Over the years that I’ve had facials, I didn’t really see a significant improvement to my skin condition. However, I’ve recently been considering going for a medical facial called the Derma Roller Facial.
I spotted L’Oreal True Match Minerals at Watson’s today and checked it out of curiosity. Known as L’Oreal Bare Naturale Powdered Mineral Foundation in the other markets, the product was launched internationally with Penelope Cruz as the spokesperson while leading Chinese model Emma Pei or Pei Bei is fronting for Asia.
L’Oreal True Match Minerals is said not to contain any preservative, perfume, oil and is non-comedogenic. However, according to the ingredient list below, it is not talc-free and apparently also contains Bismuth Oxychloride which can clog pores and irritate the skin for some people.