When I heard that I would soon be receiving the award winning FOREO LUNA to test out, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. Would it be another Clarisonic wana be? Would it also need to have its brush heads replaced every three months so that it does more good than harm? And most importantly, would it just be another scheme to get people to dish out money for something they don’t even need? I decided to not to get my hopes up due to the hurricane of face-brushes hitting the market in and instead, patiently waited for my package to arrive so I could test it out for myself.
Carrying on from my post yesterday about my first DermaPen treatment with Dr Leila Sadien, I decided to do another, focusing on her. One doesn’t always know what to expect when you go to a new doctor and with this post, I hope you all see just how amazing Dr Leila is which hopefully will inspire you to book an appointment with her!
It should come as no surprise that for the last 4 ½ years, I have been suffering with a disability called fibromyalgia. I have in the past, titled many posts about this topic as I shared my journey of self-discovery through it, my experience, my thoughts, my low points, my motivations and my symptoms. For those of you who don’t know, Fibromyalgia is a disorder with a throng of symptoms. One of the main one’s however is pain.
I know I keep saying this but I seriously love this look below! I was pleasantly surprised to find that you could put together a good and quite decent formal (or in this case Eid) look together for guys with just two items from Cotton On! This shirt is really amazing and such a great quality and plus, it’s great if you looking to get a full outfit on a budget!
Myself and Forever New (one of my most favorite shops in the entire world) came together to put an Eid inspired look (forgive the redundancy) together as part of this little Ramadhaan and Eid series on my blog. Obviously, I knew that I would no doubt be able to create amazing outfit with wardrobe staples from the store that we all need in our lives, such as a bright coat, a fitted and seamless pants and a soft blouse. I topped the ensemble off with a scarf because I wanted at least one of the looks I done, to seem more realistic for the women who cover up and wear the hijab. If you not into the whole Hijab look as yet, then I tried my hand at making a (very wonky) turban as well, just so that you can see how to play around with it. The scarf is also nice and big so you could even wrap it around you like a shawl.