Friday, 22 February 2013


MAC's Tinted Lip Conditioner

Hello! Here is another product review.

The product is also very hyped. I thought I try it out. I went to the MAC counter and choose the colour petting pink, because I liked it the best. It's a very casual colour for daily use. 

The lip treatment is really moisturizing and leaves behind good conditioned lips. 
I like the fact that the colour is actually visible. I tried out a few tinted lip conditioners from cheaper brands but I was not very satisfied by the pigmentation of them. 
Of course you won't get the pinkest lips ever, but that's not what we can require. 

All in all I like the product. I don't use it a lot but from time to time I go back to it. I just don't like to apply tinted treatments with my finger and I always forget to take a lip brush with me. 
But this is not changing my mind about the actual product.

Thursday, 21 February 2013


Everyone knows it.... rummaging around in schoolbags to find something you need and the half an hour later you finally found it... and that's not what you want... so my advice:

Organize your Schoolbag!

I bought a sheet-holder, grabbed an old H&M make-up bag and my Furla-Triology.

I put my note book and some loose sheets in the sheet-holder.

All of my school supplies an Estée Lauder lipgloss and a MAC tinted lip conditioner are now in my pencil case. I also like to keep some bobby-pins.

The littlest Furla case is for my tissues.

In the biggest Furla case I keep bobby-pins, hair ties, a pen, lipgloss, lipstick, concealer, hand-cream, a lighter, a bag holder and my tickets.

I also like to keep a perfume sample in there.

Medicine bag...

Perfume, hand-cream, -baby-cream, deodorant and a hair brush are loose in my school bag.

I added this little bag to my keys so I don't have to carry my purse to school all the time.

And you see... The mess is now organized!

Everything is where I want it!

Wednesday, 13 February 2013


Hello everyone!

I am very inspired by fancy and very glamorous dresses. These days everything that sparkles and shines inspires me so much. 

I don't know about you, but when I was a little child I loved to dress up, especially as princess. I made my own dresses from old transparent curtains or plain sheets. I took my mums jewelry and imagined I was a princess. I felt so glamorous.
 Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad, Dolce & Gabbana and co. designed dresses that could give me this feeling back. Everything is so extremely beautiful, glamorous and seems to be perfect. 

I am really in love with the soft, light colours.

Transparent elements are so beautiful, I really love this glamorous feel!

Sheer materials, sheer colours and a soft look - I definitely love those dresses!

 And of course I am inspired by flowers...

Flowers are soft when you touch them and to me these dresses above sometimes look as soft as flowers feel.

I am really into soft colours, transparent materials, everything with pearls and sequins and golden details. 

Hope you get inspired as-well! 

Monday, 11 February 2013



Actually my mother told me about this recipe and she was so excited about it, so I thought I'd try it out.

It is a very simple and light meal and perfect for spring and summer. Yes I cooked it in winter but I was not that hungry. I really like lighter meals because I hate the feeling of being overeaten. 

So let's start!

Ingredients For 2 Portions

200 g Chinese Cabbage
1-2 Apples

1 Cup Sour Cream
1 Teaspoon of Honey
1 Lemon
Salt & Pepper

2 Chicken Fillets 
Butter or Oil 

Step One:

Chop the chinese cabbage into small pieces.
After this wash the salad and dry it.

Step Two:

Wash the apples and chop them.

Step Three:

Wash and dry the chicken fillets.
After that chop them into equal pieces.

Step Four:

Add sour cream, honey, lemon juice salt and pepper to a bowl and stir until it is smooth.
You're finished with the dressing!

Step Five:

Melt the butter.

Step Six:

This step is actually optional. I wanted to have sweeter and also warm apple pieces.

Add sugar and apples to the pan and glaze them.

Step Seven:

Add a little more butter to the pan and then the chicken fillet pieces. 
Fry them golden-brown. 

 Mix everything together and place on the plate.
Add cress on top of it and then enjoy your dish!