After I bought Turandot, I knew I wanted more Guerlain eyeshadows in my life. What’s funny is that I’ve always wanted a Dior 5-shadow palette, not Guerain stuff, but I never end up buying Dior palettes for one reason or another. Anyway, Les Bois de Rose is my second Guerlain 4-colour palette. It’s more cool-toned than I would normally go for, but I was looking to try some pink eyeshadows and was not adventurous enough to go all-out and get Les Roses. There are times when I wish I did go for Les Roses, but I grew to love Les Bois de Rose over time. The four shades balance each other out nicely, with that rose pink in the center being the only really pink shade in the palette. The shimmery white has a pinkish undertone, while the other two shades are purple-y taupes. It’s put together beautifully and you can create so many looks with this combination of colours.
I did it! I chopped my long hair off and I love it. :) Had it done last Saturday at Studio Fix salon in Greenbelt 5. my stylist was Alex Carbonell who is the head stylist there and is also the creative director of all Bench salons if I’m not mistaken. He’s a super talented guy with a passion for what he does. I can always feel the excitement in him when he’s working on my hair and that energy always passes on to me! It’s one of the most amazing things to see someone who loves their job at work and Alex definitely found his calling.
On Saturday I had my hair finished in messy curls but of course I didn’t take a photo. Hehe. I’m trying to find ways to get more texture into my hair without making it look like a mess. I also hate it when the bottom part of my hair kicks out because I look like a child when it does that! Haha. I am really loving it though. So much less weight on my head and I don’t need to use as much shampoo or wait for my hair to dry for two long hours.
Have you guys done anything drastic with your look lately? :) Because yes, this counts as drastic for me! Hehe. Do share! :)