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Hello beauties,
ever heard of a 120$ worth serum? Yes, it does exist, and it's by Chanel. The one that I am talking about is a brightening and illuminating concentrate (1 fl.oz), and the product belongs to the "Chanel LE BLANC" line.

The LE BLANC products are quite popular in Asia, where women prefer having a light skin tone rather than a sunkissed one.
What it should do: it evens out your complexion and it helps diminish the appearance of existing dark spots.
What it does: after a month of daily application, I noticed that my skin actually looked brighter, more luminous. But, when I first applied it I did not see any difference.
This is a great product to try if you have a lot of dark spots! However, it's a rather big investment, so you have to think twice before getting it.
I really wish I took before and after photos D:!

Pro: it does what it says, it is light and it brightens up your complexion.
Con: it is really expensive, and there is only 1 fl.oz of product.

KIKO Eyebrow Sculpt Automatic Pencil REVIEW ღ

Hi beauties,
I have never reviewed a brow product before, so I thought it would be cool if I reviewed one! Yeah, this morning when I woke up my first thought was "Why don't I talk about my favorite drugstore brow product"? And that's it!

Well, my favorite drugstore brow product is by Kiko, and it's an automatic pencil, which you don't even need to sharpen. It also has a brush! I have the 06 "Blackhaired", which is a dark black shade, perfect for my brows!
I love it because it is easy to use and it stays on all day long, without melting (even in extremely sunny days). Plus, it doesn't cost a lot, so you can give it a try! It looks very natural, as you can see from the pics.

What I like to do is to fill in any blank space with quick strokes, making my brows seem fuller and more defined. The difference is rather subtle, since I prefer not to overdo it (don't get me wrong, I am not trying to start an argument).

Pro: easy to use, long lasting, gre…


Hi beauties,
how are you? I hope you are all having a great day! About two weeks ago I went to Rome (the capital of Italy) for four amazing days! I left Turin (the city in which I live) at 8.30 a.m. and I arrived at 8.30 p.m. Yes, the journey took 12 long hours, and it was extremely tiring!! But, once in Rome, my fatigue disappeared. I spent such an incredible time and I am planning to go there again! Rome is like a huge barrel, full of pleasant dreams and magnificent - yet painful - illusions. You either love it, or hate it. It's chaotic, but it's sublime and magical in its chaos of people, historical monuments, shops, parks.
So, what's the point of this post? Well, first of all I would like to share with you some of the photos that I took. Second, I want to create a little guide for those of you who are going to Rome soon!
Here's 6 places (and more) worth visiting:


The Colosseum (Colosseo in Italian) is definitely a must. You can find it in th…