I've moaned and ranted about my 5.5 year old Macbook often enough on Twitter. I just about had a cardiac arrest the first time it died on me. It was subsequently resuscitated a number of times but will probably require a triple bypass (replace fan and motherboard as well as an OS upgrade) in order to extend its lifetime for another year. There's an emotional attachment between dear MB and I. The husband had enough of my rather dramatic outbursts so he bought me a new 11 inch Macbook Air. How fickle is my love. Errr.... I mean for electronic thingies. I could write an entire poem about this beauty but I won't (knowing my satirical self, it would probably end up being rather vomit inducing). It's astonishingly light (not much heavier than an iPad) and the battery lasts 8 hours with pretty heavy use. It's by far, the best present that I've ever received.
I'm in love with all things burgundy including this fedora. I saw a friend of mine wearing the most fashionable pair of trainers I've seen to date. Alright, so it's leopard print and you know how I'm rather partial to those black spots. I thought she was going to say something like Nike but they're actually part of a collection that Stella McCartney designed for Adidas. They're great for days when you're running late. At least, you can sprint across town in style.
I usually have an Asian afro going on but mine looks more like a chow chow's mane. I've been using Moroccanoil and it's one of few hair products that can tame my unruly and coarse hair. My friend, Christy gave me this Laura Mercier oil free foundation to use a few months ago. I've only cracked open the lid the first time last week. A teeny squirt goes a VERY long away so don't go pressing the pump all the way down. I'm rather impressed by the matte coverage. It wasn't heavy at all and didn't dry out my skin which often happens when I'm using an oil free foundation. My pores look a lot smaller and it evens out my complexion. Personally, I thought it did better job than my Chanel Vitalumière aqua foundation.
I was beyond ecstatic when I found out that my favorite Geodesis candles were 50% off. Alas, I managed to nab the last one. Bummer. I was hoping to stockpile my candle supply as they hardly ever go on sale. I love their diffusers, particularly the refills as they're more cost effective (the tuberose refill is 50% off here). Just buy new reeds for a few pounds if you already have existing bottles. I love the consistency of the Chanel nail polish. I've found it easier to apply compared to Essie. I'm mad for blue varnish. It's a more muted blue which works well with my rather neutral wardrobe.
I've been hunting around for good natural shampoos. Any has any recommendations?