Are Cosmetic Enhancements the New Normal? More than a decade ago, when I was a teenager, cosmetic enhancements were not as common as it is now. Botox, breast augmentation, butt implants, fillers and liposuction seem to be becoming the new beauty norm. Image source When did things change? I read an article in Allure magazine which according to the American Society for Dermatologica Surgery, 70% of American consumers in 2016, were considering undergoing non-invasive cosmetic enhancements. You can imagine that the number has risen now. According to a 2018 article
When it comes to style, I love the idea of being able to style an item of clothing in several different ways. I enjoy the challenge of thinking outside the box and coming up with more than one way of wearing a piece of clothing. Everyone wants to look “brand new”, unfortunately, not everyone has the budget to do so. But when you invest in quality, versatile pieces, there is no reason you can’t wear it again and again and look different each time you do. It’s a lazy and
Happy 2019, loves! May this year see the fulfilment of your heart’s desires. Today’s post is all about feminine hygiene, a topic we don’t talk about as often as we should. When it comes to feminine hygiene, many of us are uncertain about a number of things: How do I wash my vagina? Should I be using feminine washes? Is it normal for my vagina to have an odour? Does the white discharge on my underwear mean I have an infection? Is it okay to douche? These and more are some
The Polka dot trend is back and she ain’t never going nowhere ever again. Polka dot is one of those feminine trends that we girly-girls appreciate. And let me tell you, the black and white polka dot owned the Paris Spring 2018 runway. Whether it’s the oversized ’80s iterations at Carolina Herrera’s runway show or Jason’s Wu’s romantic dresses, this trend made quite the impression. There’s just something about polka dots. I ain’t never seen a black and white polka dot outfit that I didn’t like – it’s just so reminiscent of the ’60s.