dien thoai di dong , dau gia , the gioi smartphone , download game mobile , smartphone , tang truong , khoa hoc cong nghe thong cong , mua ban sim , Smartphone gia re , cong nghe tuong lai , cong nghe 360 , giai tri guongmat.org , su kien trong ngay , thoi trang hi tech , thong tin 360 , may tinh bang , perfect body , kasuman.com , gia vang hom nay , tin tuc an toan , kinh te viet nam , xay dung viet nam , thoi trang , thoi trang , phu nu viet nam , tin tuc moi online , dich vu bao ve viet nam , bao ve viet nam , cong ty bao ve viet nam , tin tuc moi online , giai tri 24h , tin tuc 24h

Latest Posts

See what's new

The Beverly Hills Hotel. Now here’s a lady with style.

For three nights and four days, and I got to see how the other half lives. And it was more decadent than I’d imagined. Yes, I’d spent some good time imagining. A staffer here mentioned in passing when we checked in that their ultimate their goal is to make guests feel like a celebrity

Loving the skin I’m in – part 2 (tips & tricks)

“Pretty is something you’re born with. But beautiful, that’s an equal opportunity adjective.” Anon Make-up shouldn’t be this dark hole that only a few lucky women in the know understand. I don’t know a woman who doesn’t want to look beautiful. Look closely. Right or wrong, even the women I see in pardah (the Islamic

Loving the skin I’m in

“I look at a woman and I don’t see what’s wrong with her. I see what’s right.” Bobbi Brown. 10 years ago I was *that* girl who wore zero make up. Not a stitch. Nada. Didn’t own any. And then gradually I started to try things. I started with some concealer. I was 21

Jou ma se kos

I was recently whisked off on a surprise date at a new venue. I’d left the office at stupid-o-clock that night and we kept moving the reservation out so we wouldn’t lose it. Discovering new spots has definitely become a favourite pass time in Jozi – and this one was way too good to

Time flies when you’re always late

I remember being 6 or 7. It was school holidays and I was in my gran’s back yard. One hand stretched out holding onto the metal pole that anchored her washing line, I was spinning round and round in circles getting drunk. I was bored out of my mind. I loved school. I missed

Slow down to speed up. No, really….

Here we are. Another crazy Monday – how did we get here? Yet again? How doesn’t this get any better week to week, to month to year? This piece was shared with me last year – of course I parked it, too busy – it didn’t look like business or anything urgent. Pause. And

Learning to love my fro

My very earliest memory of my hair was around 3. My mother was in hospital about to pop out my brother. My father and I were about to leave to see them. I was nearly out the door with excitement – this was the auspicious day I got to sit in the front seat

A brand that really gets me

Browsing around the mall today I popped into Crabtree & Evelyn (not that I needed anything, I can just never resist, I don’t even try!) and stumbled across these beauties: Just arrived in-store this week, they’re 50ml moisturising travel size anti bacterial handwashes, that come in a range of scents to match your favourite hand therapy (that’s hand cream if you’re

My inherited love affair

Leather. Touch it. Feel it. Smell it. I didn’t really know I was obsessed with leather until people around me remarked about it to me. One did so in her wedding speech. At my wedding.  No denial here. I do love leather. I spent some time thinking about why. And I have to pin my

I’m in lust

By now you may know that I recently moved to the City. Shock. Horror. Hardly. Sometime last year I stumbled across a flyer for Mainstreet Walks and slipped it into my memory bank never thinking it’d come in handy quite so soon. Months later once we’d moved into Town I knew it’d be *the* coolest way to get to