Let me start off by saying that making my hair lighter was not an itch I should’ve scratched. I’ve always had dark brown hair and when I dyed it in the past it was always a shade darker or a dark plum or something like that. And I know that dark hair makes you seem older or whatever, but I was so comfortable with that color – it just felt right to me. It was my Snow-White-ey look: dark hair, fair skin, red lips – good to go. (My sister would call this look “the Morticia Addams”, but I was cool with that as well. I love black, I love the Addams family and Morticia may have looked like a vampire, but she was a classy lady. But I don’t wear eye make-up like she does and my eyebrows are not that arched. So my sister is wrong, ha!). But anyway. I felt the need for a change this year and what I got is so far off from what I actually wanted to look like, it’s scary.
You know how I told you that March is women’s month in Romania, right? Well, this is the month when we’re pampered and spoiled just for being a woman and if we’re not we get to guilt-trip our significant others. Evil, I know, but isn’t evil just another synonym for woman? :))Read More »
In my last post I told you guys all about our Romanian Mărțișor tradition – how women usually receive trinkets and flowers. Well, it sometimes happens that we receive other gifts as well – if we’re lucky. And this year I was lucky enough to receive a delicious-smelling box from Pupa, called Miss Princess.Read More »
Well, it has been unofficially here for a week and a half now – spring, I mean – the weather is very nice in Romania, we had temperatures of over 10° C almost every day. But I’m talking about that feeling you get when you know for sure the season has changed, when you can smell spring in the air: the days are longer, you are more energetic and optimistic and ready for new and exciting stuff. That’s how I feel – today, more than ever. Because today is the little holiday we call Mărțisor, on which men give women brooches and trinkets with a red and white string attached – you can see below just what I mean – and the women have to wear these trinkets, or at least the string, throughout the entire month of March. It’s a very old tradition and it signifies the beginning of this beautiful season we call spring.Read More »
If you know me you also know I’m not the most feminine girl. But I just couldn’t resist when I found this cute-cute-cute Valentine’s Day manicure on Lauren Conrad’s blog! Luckily, I had my latest appointment to get my nails done a week before Valentine’s, so I am more than ready for this holiday (which we don’t even officially celebrate in Romania, but who cares?) – I may not own any red or pink shirts, but look at my lovely, sweet nails! I gotta tell you, it’s my favorite manicure yet!