This year’s humidity levels have been a bitch for my hair. Exasperated at the state and rate of frizz with my barnet, I have been trying to find a solution to my woes. After reading reviews of Californian brand Aquis Hair’s Lisse Luxe Hair Towel from Cosmetic Candy and Beauty Queen UK (two ladies who are profoundly honest in beauty blogging), I took a deep breath and paid £30 for a special towel that beats frizz down with a stick. Let’s just pause for a moment here: £30 for a towel that is big enough to wrap around your head.
Today’s post is stepping back in time to my childhood. I miss those days… No work, no bills and no stress. But there are some aspects that plague my mind – you could say I’m still scarred from them. I’m not bothered about being labelled the nerdy geek at school whom none of the boys liked or the dreadful haircuts I’d end up with. What still haunts me is the fashion forced upon me by my mum. You see, Asian mums are different. Asian mums go much further, not just with hand-me-downs from YOUR BROTHER but they worry you will
Contouring is showing is no signs of slowing down. Thankfully the chizzled, harsh look has been pushed out of the way for subtle sculpting, which I personally experienced at Rodial’s Sculpting Bar in Harvey Nichols recently. The make-up artist’s efforts gave me a boost of confidence to try contouring myself and so I have been using Rodial’s Compact Deluxe Contouring Powder regularly and getting the hang of it thankfully. The one I have is their new dark shade which has a red undertone so it’s works well for dark skin tones. There is a universal Compact Deluxe Contouring Powder available