turtle neck crop top: asos
wide legged trousers: asos
hat: urban outfitters
This was my very first time attending London Fashion Week and I had the most amazing time. So amazing to see everyone dress their absolute best and wackiest outfit!
For me, I wore a matching coat and skirt from zara that reminded me of the print from a mood board I made this year. Soft pastel and mauvey colors etched with floral prints.
Foundation: Lancome Photogenic Lumessence
Lips: Mac Lipstick in Craving
crop top: miss selfridges
hat: urban outfitters
Hello to all you hairy faced ladies. Peach fuzz got you down? I know how it feels. For most of my life, I’ve been aware and slightly embarrassed of my hairy face. Let’s just say, when I tell my friends that I’m considering laser hair removal, no one is opposed to the idea. It’s gross, I know, but hey, we all got problems.
Recently, I watched a YouTube video by MissJessicaHarlow on “The Best Old Hollywood Beauty Secrets & Confessions.” Here, she revealed her secret for a beautifully smooth canvassed face. As a dark haired beauty, shaving her face is a must do weekly ritual.
After watching the video and reading multiple blogs, I was convinced. I headed out to a local Sasa store and bought one of these facial razors/eyebrow shapers for only $19 HKD (Approx. $2.45 US).
WOW, I never knew I would have so much fun shaving. There’s just something so satisfying about removing all those pesky hairs off the face. The finish is just so clean and smooth.
So what I did was carefully graze the razor over any areas that needs hair removed. And boy did I go to town with the razor. Basically shaved my entire face, focusing on the cheeks, upper lips, and chin. You can also use this razor to clean up your side burns as well as your brows! Overall, the entire experience was so easy, quick…and painless!
As a reminder ladies, you are no less of a woman for shaving your face. I still feel like one. For you skeptics out there, it is currently day 3 since the shave. The hairs have not grown back yet, and there are no signs of it growing back any thicker. Instead, my face is smooth and very happy. I will definitely be adding this to my weekly beauty routine!
So the question is, will you be shaving your face in the near future? Why don’t you give it a try! You won’t regret it. :]
Pick up these facial razors at your local Asian Market or here on amazon!
photos by: Shirley Wu
I love vintage inspired pieces and I get so excited when I find them! Busting out my Jeffrey Campbell Cap Toe Pumps to wear with these amazinggggg high waisted cat print shorts. Fashion always comes full circle and these 40s inspired shorts are the way to do it!
top: American Apparel
sunglasses: kate spade new york ‘amaras’ 55mm sunglasses
photography by: Shirley Wu
Had so much fun attending the 2014 CMH Fashion week launch party at Hollywood Casino. This year, I tagged along with the fabulous CAFBBA team for a night of fashion, food and glamour. Attendees got a glimpse of the CMH Fashion Week lineup while models displayed pieces from featured designers such as Lubna Najjar of Lubna Designs Inc. Let me just say, Lubna is just as lovely as her work! While admiring the fashion, I had the opportunity to meet people in the Columbus fashion scene such as Jennifer Wilson from Hola!Columbus,CMHFW Style Director Kholá’s Kloset, and caught up with favorite classy lady, MrsLadyLike. Overall, it was a successful event that has certainly gotten everyone excited for CMH Fashion Week!
(pssst…my dress is on sale for $30 bucks! Get it while you can!)
As a business, Popinjay sustains the livelihood of women in Pakistan while creating luxurious bags for fashion forward women. The combination of beautiful craftsmanship and empowerment through income generation results in a product that is both meaningful and aesthetically beautiful. It is often said that “poverty has a woman’s face” due to various gender discrimination towards education and other social opportunities for women. However, this vulnerability can be eroded when women are free to actively engage and enter into society as empowered people.
Each bag is handmade by artisan women in Pakistan. Every morning, these women meet in a local community center in Hafizabad, Pakistan to embroider beautiful silk and resham motifs that are seen on the bags. By equipping the women with usable skills and paying them with a rate up to three times the market, these artisan women are able to gain a sense of independence, especially in highly patriarchal societies. Though born in poverty, these woman can have a better prospect for themselves and their family for the future. Please take a look at the work and support this wonderful company!
photos courtesy of Popinjay
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photos by: Shirley Wu