Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Best of 2014

Woohoo it is time for the annual round up post! 2014 is coming to the end let me show you the things I've been loving this past year.


I've tried so many new products within this category and it was very difficult to come up with one winner for each product here. 
  • Biore UV Aqua Rich SPF 50+ PA+++ : This is the only sun screen I've been wearing this year. I did on few occasions use the Paul & Joe one, but it left some whitecase that's why I prefer the Biore one much more. It is lightweight and the high amount of SPF is perfect.
  • Sunday Riley Breathable Tinted Primer : It took time for me to like this primer. It is a good one but not anything groundbreaking especially for the price. But the longer I use it , the more I like it. It has very very sheer coverage but helps evens out the complexion and provides a better base for foundation. I notice that especially in winter, it gives more protection to my skin and makes it less dry. I am actually considering to repurchase this one.
  • Laneige Snow BB Cushion Foundation : Probably the most used foundation in 2014. I used up 2 of them already which has never happened before in my foundation adventure history. This foundation provides a very healthy and radiant dewy finish as well as amazing oil control. I have worn this foundation during my Asia trip in May and it managed to perform very well and stayed on pretty much all day long in 30'C temperature. The packaging is easy to carry, great for touch up and the sponge that comes with it is becoming one of my favorite tool to apply any foundation now. I barely use my beloved Real Techniques Stippling brush anymore. Its only downside is the high amount of SPF which makes it not the most camera friendly foundation. 
  • ZA Perfect Fit Concealer : Thanks to Sharlynn from Theblackmentosbeautyblog who introduced me to this amazing concealer. I need to mix shade 1 and 2 to achieve the perfect shade but it doesn't bother me at all. This concealer is so pigmented , so creamy, blends like a dream and stays on the whole day. It is affordable as well, I bought it in Indonesia for ca. USD8 each tube and it will last you a long time as well because you don't need to use a lot.
  • Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk powder : Well, it is pretty difficult in powder department because I have used and tried so many powders and to be honest, none of them really impressed me. The Koh Gen Do loose powder is one great product but I have just bought it in September and due to the packaging, I can't really use it for touch up. This powder from GA is the one in my on the go make up bag for almost entire year. It is not exceptionally amazing, but it is a good powder. I wouldn't miss it once it is gone as I still have so many other powders waiting to be used, but I have enjoyed wearing it and it has been a good touch up companion.


This category was easier than the previous one , mainly because I've been wearing every items on this category literally almost every single day despite of other options that I have on my dressing table. 
  • Itcosmetics Naturally Pretty Eyeshadow Palette - I loveeeeee this palette so much. One of the best purchase of 2014. The matte eye shadows are all so smooth, buttery and well pigmented. I can do a very subtle to smokey eye look. 
  • Etude House Drawing Eye Brow Pen - My sister introduced me to this eye brow pencil and it has been on duty ever since. I even lost count on how many of it I have used up. 
  • Clio Kill Black pen eye liner - I initially wanted to repurchase my most loved Kiss Me Heroine Pen Eye Liner but it was sold out online, so I opted for this one for Clio which is fortunately just as good as the Kiss Me one. I love the pen form, it makes application very easy, it stays on the whole day and water - smudge proof.
  • Maybelline Long Lash Extreme Waterproof Mascara - I bought 3 tubes of this mascara on sale when I was in Indonesia. And I am so happy I did because it is a good mascara! It has micro fibre that provides a longer effect for the lashes, and it is really waterproof as well which is good for my watery eyes. I used up 2 tubes already and currently using my last tube. Luckily I am going home in February so I can buy some back ups as this particular mascara is not available here in Germany.
  • Burberry Earthy Blush - My favorite bronzer at the moment. You might have known my love for Burberry blushes and this one is no exception. The color is more suitable for bronzer rather than blush so I use it for that purpose. It works well as contour bronzer, but the color works good as all over bronzer to warm up the complexion. 
  • Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush Palette - If you have read my full review on this blush palette, I think it is clear that I am in love with it. It contains 3 shades from bright coral to dusty mauve which compliment any make up looks. 


  • EOS Lip balm - I have 4 of them on duty now. 1 on my dressing table, 1 on my bed side table, 1 inside my on the go make up and the other 1 inside my uni locker. Yes, I love them that much xD.
  • Burberry Lip Cover in Blush - You can see on the picture above how much it is left on the tube. I love the texture, the formula, the color. It is a great staple shade for every day. It is the kind of shade you can safely wear for work, job interview, school or even a night out. 
  • Rimmel Kate Moss Lipstick #111 - My all time red shade. It has matte finish but such a forgiving formula for my dry lips. It is creamy, smooth and to make it even better, all the good things come in such a affordable price tag. 
  • Lancome Lip Lover #333 and #338 - Among other new lip launches this year, this one is my favorite. The formula is a winner, it is by far the best lip gloss formula I have ever encountered.
  • Maybelline Color Elixir - They are probably my second most favorite lip launch this year. I even prefer them to the Dior Fluid Stick. The affordable price tag makes it even better.


  • Crabtree & Evelyn Hand Creams - Believe it or not, there is no scent from C&E hand creams which I don't like. I like them all! I have some of them on duty as well, and scattered inside my hand bags. I also have 10 new back ups in different scents. I love them that much, yes ^^
  • Estee Lauder Dark Sensuous and Elie Saab The Parfum - Both are my most worn perfume this year. I love sweet-heavy-spicy scents and they tick all the boxes.
  • KMS Free Shape Quick Blow Dry - I lost count on how many bottles of this spray I have used. It helps my hair to dry quicker and makes it easier to comb and dry smoother. It smells good as well!
  • L'oreal Elvital Magique Öl - I apply it on my hair ends and it gives a smooth finish afterwards. Say no to split and dry ends!
  • Lancome Vernis in Love #154M - My most worn nail polish this year. The red color is perfect for a lot of occasion and the formula is a winner. 
  • Rituals Cherry Blossom & Rice Milk Whipped Body Cream and Sugar Scrub - I received this set as birthday gift from my work colleagues and have repurchased them twice ever since. The sugar scrub is a bit harsh but it leaves my skin smooth and suppled afterwards. The whipped body cream is very rich and moisturizing as well.


  • Balea Waterproof Eye Make Up Remover - I've been a loyal user. I've been using it to remove eye make up since the first time I arrived in Germany which is 5 years ago. It is a homebrand from DM, a drugstore chain in Germany. 
  • Garnier Micellar Water - I got it as a gift from the lovely Karo from Makeupandbeautybykaro blog. It is supposed to be a dupe for Bioderma. I haven't tried Bioderma but I love this micellar water from Garnier. It removes make up without being too heavy. Love!
  • The Body Shop Camomile Cleansing Butter - At first, it was weird to cleanse the face using 'balm' but I later became obsessed with it as it does the job well and leaves my skin moisturized and not dry. 
So that's all the products I've been using the most in 2014. How do you plan to spend your New Year's Eve? I will spend it at home with my boyfriend and maybe few close friends, watching movies, eating chips and drinking warm tea. That might sound very boring and grandma like, but I am really not a party person and I HATE fireworks and fire crackers, so for my safety I'd rather stay home xD.

What are your 2014's favorites? and I wish you a happy and prosperous new year!

Friday, 26 December 2014

The Christmas Post

Hi guys!!

So yes, Christmas is officially over :''(( and now comes January which is always be the most depressing month in a year ( I believe I have read it somewhere in internet ). But, we all need to stay positive , right? So instead of crying over upcoming exams and few extra kilos ( darn you christmas dinner!!  :P ), how about welcoming 2015 with positive vibes?

Anyway how was your Christmas? or your holiday in case you don't celebrate Christmas? Mine was awesome. Of course I miss celebrating Christmas with my family at home, but I have my boyfriend here with me and my closest friends who even though they don't celebrate Christmas, they did celebrate it with me together which I dearly appreciate. 
We had our annual Christmas dinner at Alpenstück Restaurant in Berlin, the restaurant is recommended by Michelin chef and they serve the best Wiener Schnitzel I have ever eaten. 

Besides, I also visited the Christmas Markets and did some Christmas shopping as well as  window shopping because all the stores are nicely decorated with Christmas ornaments. As someone who grew up in Indonesia where Christmas is not widely celebrated, I absolutely treasure this moment of Christmas in Europe. Even though this year is my 5th Christmas here, I am still in awed every time I see the beautiful lights throughout the city 

And then, Christmas is also gift time! I understand some people think that we shouldn't associate Christmas with gifts, but I do think it is okay. Isn't it nice to give some gifts to our loved ones and also isn't it nice to receive some gifts from our loved ones as well? The joy of giving and sharing is just part of the festive season, at least that's how I grew up. I don't understand that some people find it frustrating to look for Christmas gifts, because for me, it is so fun! I love buying Christmas gifts and wrapping them all beautifully, ahhh it is just almost therapeutic for me. 
I am aware that I am very blessed surrounding with people who love me , be it family or friends, so this year I received some amazing - thoughtful gifts which each of them I dearly love and appreciate :D. 

I opened all my Christmas presents on Christmas morning 25th December. I know some opened them on Christmas eve, but I always did mine on Christmas morning :D. I used to believe that Santa Clause exists until I was 10 or 11. My parents made us ( my sister, my brother and I ) wrote down our Christmas wish lists and they told us they would hand it out to Santa, then on Christmas morning there would be gifts under our beds and that was such a joyful memory for me and my siblings. We still smile and laugh every time we talk about it.  I would definitely do the same once I have kids in the future. 
On Christmas day, my friends, my boyfriend and I went to watch the movie Exodus Gods and Kings at the cinema. The movie was rather meh and so-so. The actors played well and the special effects were great, only the movie was lacking in story. It felt very empty and flat throughout 2.5 hour duration. Disappointing. 

Anyway, I woke up today overlooking this on my backyard ; snow!! The first snow this winter came one day late xD. We didn't have white Christmas but at least we have second day white Christmas xD!

How was your Christmas this year? What did you do to celebrate it and did you also get any Christmas presents? Let me give you this one beautiful quote I found from Instagram :

And once again, Merry Christmas!!

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Plumped up Peony

I am a fan of the Clinique Chubby Stick for the lips and I also like the Chubby stick for the eyes, so when Clinique launched the new Chubby stick for the cheeks, I just wanted to give it a try. 

I picked up the shade number 04 ; Plumped Up Peony. It is a warm pink berry shade with no shimmer. I initially wanted to get the other shade ; Amp'd Up Apple but didn't get it in the end because it looked a bit too brown and orange on me. 
The chubby stick comes in a trademark Clinique chubby stick packaging only thicker and bulkier. I personally like the packaging and the stick form is convenient for application and perfect if you want it for touch up and just throw it in your handbag.  I usually swipe 2 stripes on my cheeks and blend it using my Real Techniques buffing brush. I don't really like to blend it using my fingers as the texture is more on the stiff side and not so creamy so I feel like it takes more effort to blend using fingers.

As you can see on the swatch picture above, the pigmentation is bold. But the formula is nice and blends easily so you can build up the intensity or apply it sheer if you prefer to. It has balmy texture rather than creamy, so it feels like you are applying lip balm on the cheeks, a bit sticky as well. Some people say that it has powdery finish which I can't confirm because,  for me it has typical creamy glow finish and doesn't look good if it's layered with powder blush. The staying power is okay for a cream blush. I got ca. 4-5 hour wear out of it.

The idea behind it is nice and I can imagine a lot of people might enjoy this as it is very easy to apply, convenient and provides a nice flushed on the cheeks. But I just don't reach for it often enough as I prefer powder blushes. And when it comes to cream blushes, I prefer it to be very creamy like the Stila Convertible cream blushes. This one from Clinique is a bit too 'stiff' for my liking.

Have you tried the chubby stick range from Clinique?
And just in case we don't see each other before Christmas, Merry Christmas!!!

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Lancome Vernis in Love

I used to think that high end nail polishes are waste of money, but after some impressive encounters with Dior and YSL nail polishes, I no longer do. Sure, there are some high end nail polishes that just don't do for me ( e.g. Chanel and Tom Ford ), but there are some that are really worth the money, and the Lancome Vernis in Love range is one of them.

I recently picked up 3 shades from the Vernis in Love nail polish range from Lancome. I have had one red shade from the range in my collection and I love it so much. That's why I decided to pick up these 3 shades ^^

Lancome nail polishes don't have names, only number which makes it very difficult to remember. But asides of the annoying number name, there isn't anything I don't like from them.
The polishes come in a small sleek glass bottle with a small Lancome rose printed on the right top corner. I love the small and sleek packaging as they don't take much storage and look high end yet remain simple. It has wide flat brush similar to the brushes from Dior and YSL and Essie which the kind of brush I love the most. It makes the application easier and even ( I am not a fan of thin narrow brushes like the Chanel's or Tom Ford's). 

  • 350M - is a warm peachy dusty rose shade which is my favorite shade out of the 3. 
  • 105M - is a bright coral shade which is warm enough for my liking and doesn't end up looking neon like Essie Tart Deco for example which I am not a fan of.
  • 250N - is a taupe shade with a both of blue hint to it.
The polishes apply very smooth and they are not streaky. The pigmentation is great and you can get away with only 1 coat ( I always apply 2 anyway ). They all have creamy - glossy finish which I really like as I am not really a fan of matte finish. The longevity is great, I usually get a week of wear with a good top coat.

What is your favorite high end nail polishes? 

Sunday, 14 December 2014

ZA Skin Beauty Liquid Foundation

This is one long overdue post. I have taken the picts since almost one year ago when I bought it during my last holiday to Jakarta, but haven't got a lot of use of the foundation, that's why I kept on postponing this post. But lately I have tried the foundation for a good 2-3 weeks and now ready to gather some thoughts.

The foundation belongs to the same range as my now HG concealer from ZA. It is enriched with vitamin E, minerals and hyaluronic acid as much as in a bottle of essence ( according to the packaging ), so yeah it is quite a claim there.
The packaging is very simple and nothing fancy but it is functional and for the price ( around 8€ ) I have no problem with it. 

The foundation has runny - liquid consistency. I actually appreciate the nozzle there so it keeps the foundation from being messy. The shade I picked up was #21 which according to the BA, was a perfect match for the #1 concealer I have. The color is indeed a good match for me, if not a little little bit too light. But since it is now winter, I can deal with it. 
The foundation applies smoothly and seamlessly thanks to its lightweight and almost watery texture. The coverage is pretty good surprisingly, I'd say a solid medium finish. It evens out my complexion and covers my rednesses on the cheek area. The coverage is not enough to cover my under eye area and some blemishes but overall, it provides a good base for my face.

The problem here is that the over dewy finish. Even in winter, I feel like the finish is bordering greasy rather than dewy / glowing especially on my T-zone area. Powder may help but only for good 2-3 hour before it gets shiny again. I can imagine it works very well for people with dry skin though. Or for some of you who really like ultra dewy finish trend ( like all the korean stars ). Due to the greasiness, the staying power is rather average. I need to touch up after ca. 4 hour.

Overall, unfortunately not a good foundation for my combination skin but if you have dry skin, I think you might want to give this one a try.

Have you tried anything from ZA Cosmetics?

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

New In

Do you have some beauty items you have bought, planned to do a whole post about it, but ended up not having the mood to write a full post about it? It doesn't have to be that the particular product is bad or not good enough, but mainly because we are just too lazy? :P
So, these 4 items belong to the category. 

Rouge Bunny Rouge Lipstick

Lancome Glitter Eye Shadow

Dior Rouge Baume Lipstick

Rouge Bunny Rouge Lipstick in Whim of Mine  - I managed to get this from local blog sale, still new in original packaging for only €8! I believe the original price is around €25? So it was a total steal. The lipstick itself is great. The packaging is very nice, weighty and well made. The color is a peachy brown nude which is flattering for my complexion. It is the kind of nude you can wear without having to worry about looking too pale / washed out. The texture is nice creamy but not waxy or slippery. It doesn't dry up my lips at all and the staying power is relatively good. I love it!

Dior Rouge Baume Lipstick in 660 Coquette - I had high expectation on this one. Dior advertised this as a hydrating lip balm formulated with lipstick pigment, definitely sounds right up my alley don't you think? And it does perform very well up to that point. The lipstick is very emollient but not wet / slippery , and applies very smoothly like lip balm. The color is nice and well pigmented, not too sheer for the balmy texture. The problem is, it peels off my lips so bad. My lips get chapped and peeled every time I wear this lipstick which is such a bummer especially for the €34,99 price tag.. 

Tom Ford Nail Lacquer in Vixen - Well, this is such a disappointing product from Tom Ford. I bought this because I really liked how the color looked from the bottle and I thought it would make such a nice shade for winter. I was in a hurry so I didn't swatch it at the counter and just blindly bought it. Upon application, OMG the formula was so streaky, and thin and the brush just didn't work right.. It has long and thin kind of brush like Chanel does. I needed 3-4 layers to achieve the coverage like the picture above. I don't know whether it is the same case with all TF nail polishes, but for the price, it is just such a waste :/

Lancome Ombre Magnetique Eye shadow in Cherry Cherie - I also managed to get it from a local blog sale for only 8€. I expected it to be similar to the Giorgio Armani Eyes To Kill or L'oreal Infaillilble Eye shadows, and yes it is similar. But the Lancome one is more on the dry side. It is not as smooth as the L'oreal one and fallout game is big here. The color payoff is intense though, but it applies a bit patchy. It needs to be layered and it doesn't blend easily. So I usually apply it wet to make it less dry, and also to make it more opaque. I think it is more suitable for a "top coat" instead of base. It looks pretty over a purple or black base and best to be applied by tapping instead of swiping motion.

So, that was my recent purchases that didn't make it to a whole post. What is your recent purchase? and how is your November so far? November is for me, a month that never feels like it is there. It is a month I usually total ignore and want it just to move out of the way soon and make a room for December and christmas!! :D
I am now in total christmas mood and have been spending my time looking for christmas gifts or cleaning out my apartment and decorating it with christmas deco ( my boyfriend doesn't really enjoy the huge christmas bow on our bathroom door :p ). Though I actually need to start learning for the exam in February ;(( But, anyway Christmas comes first xD


Friday, 5 December 2014

The One Click Gloss

My relationship with Chanel beauty line has always been so-so. As much as I love how they look, all products I've tried so far, failed to really impress me. The new one click lip gloss from Chanel has been receiving a lot of positive reviews, and the packaging is just beautiful.. I had a gift card to use so with the help of some swatches from the internet, I decided to order theses 2 shades. 

First, let's talk about the one click packaging. Isn't it so tech savvy? I like how sleek and chic looking the tube is. The one click mechanism is rather gimmicky to be honest, but nice to have. The packaging is just very Chanel and luxurious. But, the opaque black tube won't let us know how much gloss left inside, which is a bit suck. It comes with doe foot applicator which is optimal for lip gloss imo.

The shades I picked up were Affriolant and Distinction. Affriolant is a famous shade because it is a shade that will suit a lot of people and it will be great for everyday wear. It is a bright - true coral shade. Distinction is a warm red grape shade. I wanted to try 2 very different shades so I can tell whether the formula is consistent. Judging from the shade only, I prefer Distinction more as Affriolant appears to be a tad 'too coral' for me. I expected it to be warmer but it is sadly a bit too cool toned for my liking. But as it can be applied sheer, it doesn't bother me much.

Formula wise, I must say that I am not a fan. I find them both difficult to apply. They don't apply evenly and have tendency to set into lip lines. The consistency is good. It is not too thin or too thin and it is a bit sticky which I don't mind. But their tendency to set into lip lines and lip edges annoy me so much. They also apply rather patchy and not very friendly with my chapped lips in winter.
A lot of people compare this to the Lancome lip lovers but I must say, I prefer the Lancome one much much better. The chanel ones are just too uneven. The pigmentation is good though, better than I expected from a lip gloss, but I think that is also why they apply patchy. Affriolant is more pigmented than Distinction and I prefer Distinction better because the sheerness makes it more forgivable. One good thing, they are pretty hydrating on the lips and feel comfortable. I also do not notice any scent.

At 32,99€ each, I think they need to be excellent. Unfortunately they are rather average.

Have you tried this new line of lip gloss from Chanel?

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

The Beauty Blogger TAG

Sharlynn from Theblackmentosbeauty blog tagged me to do this tag. I am sitting in my train on the way back home from uni now, so let's do this tag :D

Getting to know you!

3 random facts :
  1. I am a truly bookworm. I love reading a lot and when I am constantly reading on my kindle. I was a true paperback fan until my boyfriend gifted me a kindle. Now I am 100% converted and will gladly tell you 100000000 advantages of kindle against paperback ( don't worry I will not! xD ).
  2. I am not the most talented baker, but I love to bake. I think baking is very relaxing and therapeutic in a way. 
  3. When I was a kid, I always want to work as a cashier. You know the scanner thing? Holly cow, I would give anything as a kid to be able to use that scanner thing, so satisfying, you know! Well, as now I am working part time in a boutique, I do the cashier job as well and believe it or not, the scanner thing is really fun. I do scan random things when I am bored. lol.
What country do you live in?
  • I originally come from Jakarta - Indonesia but have been living in Berlin - Germany since January 2010 to pursue my bachelor degree.
What is the meaning of the name of your blog?
  • Jade is how I would love to name my future daughter if I ever have one ^^ and Jadeinthepalace just came up to me randomly because I used to watch korean drama named Jewel in the palace. I just think the name is catchy. But to be honest, it doesn't have any hidden meaning.

What did you start blogging?
  • My love with make up started long back ago , but it really grew up on me since I live in Berlin-Germany. I didn't have a lot of friends back then the first time I moved here , so reading and commenting on other people's blogs have been my favorite way to spend my free time. As it gave me so much fun, I decided why not make my own blog? I never regret it until now as blogging has given me so much fun and a lot of lovely blogger friends .

Make Up!

If you could live off 1 foundation which one could it be?
What's the most expensive thing you have ever bought?
  • Make up wise, it is the Tom Ford Traceless Perfecting Foundation at €74,99 / 30ml.
Which product have you repurchased the most?
  • It must be my Etude House Brow Pencil and EOS lip balms.
Smokey and sexy, girl next door, or bright and bold?
  • I will go with girl next door for everyday and smokey and sexy for special occasion.
Biggest blogger / youtuber inspiration?
  • For bloggers I love Lena from Lenallure, Lena from Sleepandwater, Sharlynn from Theblackmentosbeautybox ( her make up looks are never boring!! ), Karima from Shameless Fripperies and Christine from Temptalia.  
  • For youtubers I love Amelia Liana, Viviannadoesmakeup, Lily Pebbles, Essiebutton, Stylesuzi, and Karima Mckimmie.
Drugstore or high end?
  • I have a mix of both, but I'd have to go with high end. I believe in quality over quantity and based on my encounters with make up so far, the high end department have done better job in general.
Bronzer or blusher?
  • Blusher!


How many times do you wash your face?
  • Once in the evening, otherwise my skin will get too dry. I just use face toner in the morning.
Biggest skin struggle?
  • I am blessed to have not so problematic skin. I remember I used to have one or two acnes during my teenage years but up till now, besides of large pores and redness around my cheeks, I don't really have problems with my skin. 
What's your favorite way to pamper your skin?
  • Mask mask mask! I love to use my Glamglow mud mask, followed by asian sheet masks I always have in stock.
What's your skincare routine?
  • Day time : I use Laneige toner and lotion in the morning, followed by Biore Sunscreen before make up.
  • Night time : I remove my make up using the Garnier water, then followed by TBS cleansing balm - SK II FTE - Origin Ginzinc

Are you confident to go without make up?
  • Well completely bare face, I'd say no. I have to at least fill in my eye brows and apply BB cream or tinted moisturizer. But however, I don't have any problem to go bare face if I just need to throw garbage or go to nearby convenient store.


Favorite hair product?
  • The I Love Juicy shampoo from LUSH is the only shampoo working for my super oily scalp. So it is the only shampoo I have been using for the past 2 years.

First day hair or second hair day?
  • Definitely first hair. I have very oily scalp so I need to wash my hair every single day. I know a lot of people say that I shouldn't because it will make my hair even oilier, but I just can't go outside my house with second day hair. No No No.
How many times have you dyed your hair?
  • Woah countless time! I dyed my hair every once in 30-40 days. My natural hair color is black, and I used to dyed my hair lighter, like mahogany brown. Now I am going darker for winter . My natural hair color is not jet black nor dark brown, it is something in between and the color is just not even, that's why I constantly dye it.

This is my natural hair color

How light it used to be last summer

My current hair color at the moment, very dark brown - almost black


Neutral or brighter colors?

  • I prefer neutral dark color like black or navy or maroon . But I have no problem for brighter colors once in awhile.
Winter or Summer fashion?
  • Definitely winter! Well I love autumn and spring fashion more as winter in Germany means you can't really do fashion. It gets really really cold here so you could careless about fashion really. lol.
Jeans, shorts, skirts or dresses?
  • Anything but no shorts. I don't have the longest legs in the world so I prefer dresses and skirts. Jeans are my daily staple. My favorite is the skinnies from New Look and Uniqlo!

Wow that was a looong tag xD
Thank you Sharlynn for tagging me. It was fun to do, a nice change to regular product reviews. Feel free if you want to do this tag as well!