So, I was about to write some dirty words about one magazine, but I’m not in the mood for bitching right now. Totally opposite – I’m in the perfect mood for writing about things that are beautiful and make me feel great. Maybe it’s the weather that seems like the spring weather (quite weird as for the middle of the February – we usually have in Poland snow and frost this time of the year). Maybe it is the most beautiful collection by Dolce & Gabbana fool of flowers of the cherry or maybe apple-tree. Also quite in the spring spirit. Anyway, I’m in the perfect mood. Looking forward to the spring. <3
Today second part of my „can’t live without” cosmetics list. After basic care products – including day/night/eye creams, high filters bases and body moisturizers (for details go >> here) I am gonna share my top favorite color makeup cosmetics. And here I am quite faithful to two French brands: Lancôme and Chanel. And when it comes to eye shadows it is always the Lancôme!
Jest karnawał, zatem powinien pojawić się i bal karnawałowy. Ten, na którym byliśmy w połowie stycznia był szczególny, bo to doroczny bal karnawałowy, który odbywa się w Wielkiej Auli Politechniki Warszawskiej. Karnawał w Auli, czyli Karnavauli. Co roku organizowany w innym klimacie. Tematem przewodnim tegorocznej edycji był Moulin Rouge, czyli najsłynniejszy paryski kabaret.
It is carnival, and therefore should be a carnival ball. The one we took part in was in the middle of January. It was special, because it’s annual carnival ball, which is held in the Great Hall of the Warsaw University of Technology. Held every year in different theme. The theme of this year’s edition was the Moulin Rouge, which is the most famous Parisian cabaret.