I think the eyebrow colours that lasts for weeks gives the best result for darker eyebrows. Unfortunately I am allergic to peroxide, so I am constantly searching for alternatives. Right now I am using a combination of Depend eyebrow designer and Bobbi Brown eyebrow gel, and am quite satisfied.
The Depend eyebrow designer pen has a smart tip that colours the hairs only, and not the skin. The result looks very natural, some will probably find the result too light. I fixate the brows with Bobbi Brown eyebrow gel for a lasting result.
I never get enough t-shirts, or maybe that´s an exaggeration, but I need to add to my t-shirt collection every summer. The first ones in are these two: Homies from Urban Outfitters and the kitten from Topshop.
I have spent this evening at Galleri A to preview the art exhibition of a friend of mine, Christian Skipperud. The exhibition is devoted to his experiences from getting stuck in New York during the storm Sandy this fall.
Christian works with silkscreen prints and acrylic on canvas, and his boards are usually colourful. I am always drawn towards colours, and in this exhibition I especially liked the combination of happy colours and rough motifs. You should visit Galleri A or Christian´s site to see more of his great work.
OMG, May is a busy month! I wish I could stop the world for a minute and have afternoon tea at The Sketch. Afternoon tea with Champagne, that is.
If you are in London and look for a place to rest your shopping feet, the perfect spot is The Sketch. You find it in 9 Conduit Street, not far from Oxford Circus. The Sketch serves delicious afternoon tea in charming ceramics and ditto personnel. The premises are half the experience, playful and arty. Even the restrooms are an adventure. I had to bring my camera to capture the Start Trek vibes.
The Sketch is very popular, so I recommend that you book a table in advance of your visit.
Tea & Champagne – a great combination!
One plate for food, and one for dessert.