While I don’t own the actual Marc Jacobs Daisy perfume, for sure I can try to emulate the look! The nail art based on the eau de parfum is inspired by the ever-so-lovely Elle & ish. I love her tutorials! And this one turned to be pretty easy to do. Not to mention, the overall result is so pretty!
Now, let this be an advance notice that I am a beginner in the whole face oil territory. I’ve only started using face oil dutifully sometime earlier this year. I began interested in face oil after reading DesZell’s article about the Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+. Believe me, I still had that why-the-hell-do-I-want-to-put-oil-on-my-face look. But then, lucky strike came along and I got this at an auction for an extremely good price, or shall I say, cheap! I thought, hey, why not give this a chance.
I tried this a couple of times, three, max, and decided I didn’t like it. Or, more like I was confused about it. I feel it didn’t quite fit right into my still-raw skincare regime. And so, I left it on my vanity table for the longest time. That was in 2013. Not until I read the article again and by then my skincare regime had fully grown, I felt the need to give this another try.
Well, I’ve accumulated a few goodies lately so I will be reviewing them one at a time.
Obviously, someone’s got a problem…
I don’t like to rush when it comes to making reviews, especially when doing skincare. I like to really use them for quite a bit first, finding the nook and crannies of the formula, trying to fit them into the regime and see how they perform.
It’s mind-boggling really when I see a ‘review’ of a product from someone who’ve just used it for a day, or two. Nope, you will never see such here. OK, if I do, then it will be called a first impression 🙂
Of course, not every product that I got will always end up being reviewed. It will go into the bowl as I see fit. Watch out for nail art posts too, and food.
In the mean time, please do check out FemaleDaily.com for my previous writings.