It’s easier than you think and can be just as beneficial!
Gone are the days when makeup was viewed simply as a way to correct flaws and look “presentable”.
Whether your hair color is blond, burnet, ginger or even a rich cocoa, it’s probably pretty boring.
Some people believe to this day that David Bowie was an alien just visiting this planet.
If you’re also bored of scrolling through endless photos of boring #ootd looks on Instagram and would like to make it more exciting by seeing some fun art – this is what you need.
Blind dates feel like a weird blast from the past. Think about it, how many people do you know that actually went on a blind date in the past 10 years? It’s all about tinder, social media and looking up people online. You rarely get to go on a date and know absolutely nothing about a person. And that’s a good thing. Knowing a bit in advance makes you feel safer.
Tattoos are an art, a way to express yourself and decorate your body. So it’s quite baffling that we still hear things like “you’re going to regret it when you’re older” or “think of what your tattoos are going to look like when you’re old” in 2020.
Bryan challenged gender stereotypes four years ago, as he was certain that he was free to wear whatever he wants.
There’s a false belief that to achieve beautiful photos you need an expensive camera, all the best gear, and a team of stylists and makeup artists. What you actually need to create beautiful photos are a camera and a bit of inspiration.
We all need self-care and it doesn’t have to be expensive. It’s not true that self-care means the same thing for everyone, we’re all different people and there are as many ways to practice self-care as there are people in this world. So whether you’re unemployed at the moment, or you’re on a tight budget — here are some cheap and even free self-care ideas for you.