You can never go wrong with a brow, a wing, and a good lip.
In a village composed of families whose ties were made long before the earth was ever found to be round, he wanted segregation of the sexes. As if the women who’s presence he was rejecting weren’t the ones who birthed him.
In a culture where music, singing and dancing flowed as freely as the spring water the mountains provided, he said ‘only medahîn’. As if the bearded men who came from distant cities to drum and sing about the prophet could do a better job than the elder village women.
And so, the first pebble was thrown. Continue reading
Zoeva is a brand that’s probably most well-known for their makeup brushes. They’re generally well regarded as their products perform well and don’t burn much of a hole in your pocket. Zoeva also carries their own makeup line; and their eyeshadow palettes in particular are quickly coming into their own. Continue reading
Musée d’Orsay is a work of art in itself. It was originally a train station until 1975, when the Direction des Musées de France considered installing a museum in a train station where all the art from the second half of the 19th century could be displayed. The station then underwent refurbishment and was finally opened in the winter of 1986. Continue reading
When I was younger, I wasn’t allowed to go to sleepovers. My mother had always been worried, especially as most of the invitations I got were from gwer and she had no trust in them. She told me that they came from a different world and culture from us and so they don’t pay as much attention to their kids and what they’re up to as we do. Continue reading
I come to you bearing gifts and another great find. If you type “makeup brushes” into the search bar on AliExpress, copies of two brand brushes are bound to turn up at some point: Artìs and Zoeva. I have yet to try Artìs, but I have much to say about Zoeva. Continue reading