Here’s my yearly post celebrating the brightest day of the year, Summer Solstice. Meet my furry friends.
A collection of photos taken during spring until the arrival of Summer Solstice. An outer world is often juxtaposed to the inner world.
The weather behaved nicely over the past weekend. After months of hell-fire it’s finally pouring. Hence I merrily turned on the oven I call laptop in order to blog.
This was my last outfit post from Austin, TX. Fall hadn’t really begun there, but this was nice to wear in places with air conditioner.
I was contacted by MoodSwings to showcase one of their tattoo artist shirts. As I scrolled down the webshop I fell in love with many designs (below I picked ten additional shirts to LOVE!). You can shop by colour, theme or artist. A really helpful guide when you find a style you love. For example, I’ve loved J Larkin’s artwork for years and Moodswings carries prints and shirts of his work!
Join me as I chronicle how these seven cruelty free, beauty finds became staples in my beauty regimen. From eyes to feet, these ethic beauty products meet honest reviewing!
I’ve been hiding under umbrellas (in lack of parasols) and the shadow of trees for the past two months. Covered in sun-block, yet enjoying another all-black summer outfit.
Apparently I was feeling adventurous the other day because I finally recorded myself putting on make up. I bought Kat Von D’s Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Echo as soon as it was in stores. It is described as a “satin, navy blue”. Behold my first makeup related video, where I tried to do something inspired by Echo.
Time for updates and 10 interesting things from the web. ♥
I finally dyed my hair. It’s a blend of blue, turquoise, lavender and titanium. Though as I write this, I’ve already changed the colour.
This is the make up look for an early birthday dinner I had with friends. This Kat Von D Poe Lipstick matched my blue hair perfectly.
After many hours of work (behind the camera, post processing and designing) I’m proud to announce the launch of Tropical Darkness a Red Bubble exclusive collection!
Psychedelic patterns are formed with photographs I’ve taken of the many juxtaposed moods found in tropical nature. The deep colours of the caribbean now decorate useful paraphernalia such as leggings, scarves and bags. I’m literally obsessed with the final result.