This is exciting! I have never reviewed any cosmetics up here but that does not mean I am not into it. On the contrary! I’ve been into makeup for past couple of years, but only started with in depth skincare about a year and a half ago. Since I started doing that my skin improved massively. Apart from a couple of food supplements, I started playing and testing a bunch of serums, creams and techniques from different brands. And currently I am using Estelle and Thild organic beauty.
Before I start using any new skincare I always make sure to check ingredients and consistency of products. Because if I get wrong ones my pores clog reeeeally fast. My skin type? Most part of the year I have combination skin type but in winter I can have really dry and flakey skin. A couple of years ago I was always getting breakouts etc. and since I started to cleanse and take care of my skin properly everything changed. Also I might mention that I have quite sensitive skin.
These are the products that I have been using
Here are a couple of Estelle and Thild products that I have been using. I start with Multi action cleansing gel. I find it very gentle, after use my skin is soft and I don’t have the feeling of it strip down my skin of natural oils as some of the cleansers do. Absolutely loving it. Then I use Biocleanse eye makeup remover. I use waterproof mascara and to be honest, this one did not get rid of it all. I was hoping it would since it is dual phase but unfortunately it is not oily enough to remove it completely.
The BioTreat Facial Detox Duo was something I was eager to try. I just looove face masks and scrubs. The BioTreat Radiance Micro Polish (scrub) consists of very tiny crystals and I never had a scrub like it. Crystals are really small, I was quite surprised about it. Not quite sure how I feel about it yet but I will get back here after I use it a few more times. Now onto my two favourite products. The BioTreat Detox Mask is so soft and hydrating, my skin felt great after using it. It has cream consistency, feels like it goes right into the skin.
Thirst Relief Serum is the one thing that I fell absolutely in love with. I use it before moisturiser and with this one I finally got that perfect shine on my skin without it being oily. My experiences with similar serums are mostly them sitting on my skin and after half an hour my face getting all oily. I love the feeling of true hydration with Estelle and Thild serum. Also makeup looks so nice after!
So here it is! Short but I hope helpful.
Products were gifted for review, post is not sponsored.
Princess Diana was queen of wearing jeans and blazers. And sweatshirts and biker shorts. And dresses. And she did all that flawlessly! And it seems so funny to me that fashion from that time and all princess Diana outfits are on trend at the moment. To be honest that era is my favourite regarding the fashion. Blazers with padded shoulders, highwaisted mom jeans, canvas sneakers, oversized sweatshirts. All that! I found that beautiful Everlane The easy blazer online and it reminded me of one of princess Diana outfits. Scroll down to see it. I just had to recreate the whole look!
blazer- Everlane The easy blazer (here), i am wearing size 14
tshirt- here or here
jeans- Zara (here or here or here)
Don’t forget to check my other blazer outfit, click here.
You know I love Parisian style but I also love minimal outfits. And sometimes I love to do my best to combine them to get my kind of parisian outfit. This is another one of the prettiest Sézane cardigans that are the must have in any Parisian inspired wardrobes. So soft and easy. I find it so flattering with simple jeans and a pair of golden hoops. Sometimes the most flattering pieces are just the simple ones! Check the other Sézane cardigan here.
cardigan- Sézane (here)
jeans- Levi’s 501 vintage (here)
jewellery- here or here
Back at it with some good old double denim outfit and this time with super cozy hoodie from Sézane. I have fallen in love with this french brand because of its unique oh so Parisian clothing. And this hoodie stood out a lot because it is so basic. You see, even parisians wear super cozy basics like this Sézane hoodie. But of course with a twist. It is boxy so it fits perfectly also when you dress up. I wanted really oversized look so I went with size L. But I am also very tall so maybe go just one size larger than usual to get that oversized look. Also it just the perfect length. Definitely a must have in any closet.
hoodie- Sézane (here)
jacket- Levi’s vintage men (here or here)
jeans- Levi’s 501
I have grown to love snake print. All the prints actually. I don’t wear them often (or ever) except when I find the most epic piece with it. This snake coat that I am wearing (faux ofc.) is definitely one of them. You might know it from a few posts back – check it here.
snake print coat- French connection (here, skirt in same print here)
jeans- Levi’s 501 vintage (or here)
boots- Asos (here)
Leather trousers are making a comeback in every shape possible. Oversized, extra long, cropped, highwaisted… everything! And I am here for it. I found these leather trousers in Zara for quite a good price and had to get them. Overall I find Zara clothing quite nice at the moment so I paired them with the most basic oversized sweatshirt and boxy t-shirt underneath. Best part about this leather outfit? You can wear it with heels like me or with any sneakers you find. So versatile!
oversized sweatshirt- Zara
tshirt- And other stories (here)
sandals- similar here
bag- Meli Melo bags (here)
One of my favourite things in Paris is style of parisian women. So classy, well put together but at the same time so effortless. My dreams! And to put aside the classic beret, high waisted jeans, flat sandals and trench coat one of the things that I often see in parisian style shops is a cute cardigan. To me it is a parisian closet staple. A must have! My favourite combinations to look as parisian as it gets are with a pair of highwaisted jeans or mini skirt and with a pair of kitten heels. Or flat, whatever! At the end you must feel comfortable.
I found this beautiful cardigan in french style store Sézane.
cardigan- Sézane (here)
jeans- Zara (here)
chain necklace – Edblad jewellery