( Frank Body creamy face cleanser, Frank Body creamy face scrub, Frank Body face moisturiser, Chloe Faye bag )
Today I wanted to introduce you a supercool brand called Frank Body. When it comes to skincare I like discovering new products. It’s not good for skin to use the same products constantly so I’m always hunting for new ones.
I’ve been using these three products: a creamy face cleanser, a face scrub and an everyday face moisturiser over the last month and absolutely love the effect. It’s perfect for sensitive skin like mine. Probably because of the natural ingredients like green coffee extract, cocoa or almond. Ok, now let’s be honest. We all love when our beauty products look sweet and pretty. These pink bottles and tubes from Frank Body are the cutest. My biggest surprise though was inside… The consistence of the face cleanser and a face scrub is dark grey, almost black, like mud. I don’t remember if I’ve ever cleaned my face using a black liquid before. It’s so fun! Ok, I won’t tell you anything more, now you can get them online and try by yourself!
These are some of the photos from my photoshoot for Free People. We shot them with Amanda, an incredibly talented photographer from Miami in my London neighbourhood of Notting Hill. I was wearing Free People styles for SS15. It was a big pleasure as always working with them, as they are one of my favourite brands ever. Check out other pictures here. Have a nice weekend! x
ph. by Amanda Julca
( wearing Free People cropped sweater, Re/Done jeans, Free People leather belt, Stuart Wetizman heels, Free People white tank, Free People off shoulders floral dress )
Sometimes I like to keep things simple ( see my latest post with a white t-shirt and blue jeans ) , but sometimes I like to feel precious and draw eyes on with my outfit. Today you can see me wearing this gorgeous Preen striped dress with sexy lace up heels from Stuart Weitzman. I’ve been always been obsessed with Mary Kate style and this outfit reminds me of her boho chic and effortless style.
This time I painted my nails in nude using Rimmel 703 colour. I wanted make them look natural to balance strong print of my dress. It was a massive step for me as a red polish faithful, but it might just become the second best thing.
ph. Paweł Maślaniec
( wearing Preen By Thornton Bregazzi dress, Stuart Weitzman shoes, nails Rimmel, colour 703 )
Now you can enter for your chance to win Rimmel beauty goodies. Simply post a picture of your manicure inspired by festival season & tag @rimmellondonpl #glamourrimmelkolorfest by 3rd June! Good luck! xx
( Ray-ban Round Metal sunglasses or here other colours, Verso Day and Night Cream, PussPuss Magazine )
Some of my favourites this month. First let’s talk about eyewear! The shape of my face is very peculiar. I find it super hard if not almost impossible to find sunnies that will fit. My face is rather small and oval, so most sunglasses are way too big and I look like a fly. So I always look for small lenses. I want sunnies to me very ‘me’ so I always go for absolute classic, no extravaganza. These Ray-ban Round Metal made the cut because they are timeless. Ever since I remember, Ray-ban was this very classic make of glasses that suited everything and everyone. These are my absolute essential; they’re classy and give me that 90s look I’m longing for. I wouldn’t also say no to aviator sunnies. Although they are a bit bigger, they still fit and make me look very 70s. I choose Ray-ban Aviator sunnies when I wear boho or feel very vintage.
Now let’s talk skincare! I’m not a firm believer in applying many wonder-products to my face. I believe that the less you use in your 20s the better your skin will look when you’re in your 40s. However a good face care line is always welcomed. These Verso cremes stole my heart (and my skin). They are ingenious in their simplicity and work wonders.
And finally my last great discovery! Puss Puss magazine which combines two of my favorite things fashion and cats. It’s very arty and not something you see in every other magazine out there. If you live in London, go get your copy at the Serpentine Gallery bookshop.