OPI Infinite Shine Collection

Most of you must be aware of the fact that I absolutely adore OPI and have already swatched quite a few colours on my Instagram. I discovered OPI a few years ago and have never looked back since then. I'm well aware that lasses often invest in inexpensive nail products without even assuming the consequences of donning hazardous chemicals. Nails are pretty delicate, and one must always use well-known products as not all are reliable. I once bought a cheap nail enamel as I had to rush somewhere and it infected my nail bed so badly. Nevertheless, I am pleased to state that OPI manufactures a phenomenal range of products, and I have personally tried quite a lot of them. I love the fact that all of their nail enamels are highly pigmented and long lasting.

First Impressions: J. Fragrances

I do not approve of intense aromas as they make me nauseous. Hence, I always look for mild yet soothing odours, and I have invested quite a lot in perfumes over the past couple of years. I went to the mall this past month and witnessed several fascinating bottles on J Dot's kiosk. I instantly decided to get a few for myself as I am a massive fan of exotic fragrances. I do not own a signature scent as I always experiment with new brands, but the Body Shop's Black Musk is my favourite from the lot

Book Review: The Shadow Land by Elizabeth Kostova

I want to travel the world and witness foreign cultures. I have been making plans ever since I passed high school and I shall be visiting my marked places to experience their exquisiteness one day. However, I always try to satisfy my thirst whenever I come across a historical book as my main goal is to learn as much as possible whilst travelling. I was intrigued when I heard about Elizabeth Kostova's latest masterpiece as she defines history in a delightful way. Kostova captivates the readers with her simple yet unique writing style and takes us across the globe through magic.
 

Rimmel London's Provocalips + Eid Mubarak

Festive season excites me the most. I absolutely love the aroma of traditional delicacies and henna; I also love watching young lads and lasses flaunting new outfits and accessories all 3 days of Eid. My baby cousin turned 5 this month, and I could not control my joy when she donned a 'gharara' on the first day of Eid. We should always cherish our loved ones. Eid Mubarak to all of you; do not forget to spread love as there's so much negativity around us. Anyway, I tried several different products this past month as I had to do my face on Eid; some managed to please me, whereas, the rest were utterly useless. You must be aware of the fact that I am not a massive fan of liquid lipsticks as they bleed and crumble within a couple of hours, but I was quite astonished when I wore Rimmel's Provocalips the other day. I went to see my relatives and had several bowls of dessert, but it did not budge and remained intact throughout the day.

Review: Bio Oil

It took me a while to get back to the blog as I was engrossed in various fruitless and time-consuming activities; I cannot really mention them at the moment, but I shall disclose them in one of my forthcoming blog posts. Nevertheless, you must be aware of the fact that I went to the launch party of Bio Oil in the month of March; it was a pleasant event. I have been testing this product ever since I received it, and I am certainly ready to pass my verdict. I applied it for the first time back in the month of April, and it felt quite greasy on my face. Moreover, please be aware that the aroma of this product is unpleasant, and you won't be able to tolerate it if you do not approve of chamomile. I personally loathe chamomile as it becomes unbearable after a couple of minutes.

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