I get a lot of requests for more personal posts and for more photos of myself…
Since I was away for two weeks (Yes, this is why I wasn’t that active on Makeup4all’s social media accounts, I just did not have time) in Hungary to attended several seminars and studies ( nothing to do with beauty; but what I do in life, FYI) I’ve decided to try.
I thought that I’d show you a photo of the makeup that I took with me first. It is a lot more than any personal would need for two weeks. But to justify myself a) I wanted to have options b) people often ask me for tips and mini-makeovers when they find out that I also do makeup in my free time.
Although I was always very tired, as I did have an intense program, spent more money than I should have, managed to learn just about five Hungarian words, I absolutely loved my experience. Not only I’ve had a very productive time, I also met some amazing people, and somehow managed to find more time for sports, such as running and swimming, than I have at home. Plus I did see quite a few beautiful places in the country…
My top three places/things would have to be:
If you follow me on Instagram you already saw the photo of the tart I made the other day. It was inspired by Liberty London Girl originally but I always make my own variants, and I have tried a lot, and they all were very good.
It is a crowd pleaser, and it is extremely easy to make,easier than pizza.
You’d only need a pre-made puff pastry and the toppings of your choice. I personally went for chicken fillet which I’ve milled in the blender, finally sliced tomatoes, cheese, basil, oregano, parsley, sea salt and all kinds of pepper I had at home. I also did the other one that day with
This month the lovely Gio from Beautiful With Brains asked me to pick my personal favourite red and a red for the beginners. To see my picks, and to read some of my tips – click here.
I am going to visit my family, and want to
The book of the month is definitely Sophia Amoruso’s #GIRLBOSS. I saw that some of my on-line friends were reading & loving it, so I’ve decided to give it a go myself. As I am writing this, I’ve read 63%, it is a page-turner, and is easy to read. #GirlBoss is not really about the tips on how to build your business but rather Sophia’s life-story, her experience, and her opinion on certain things; the book is written in a sincere and entertaining way. #GirlBoss is very inspiring, and I love the fact that it’s about being true to yourself and your identity, and that you don’t have to follow the common path to
Here, as promised, is the last post from my Clean and Lean kick-start experience.
Of course, talking about such things without a photo wouldn’t make any sense. Since posting bikini photos – is not really my style (even on my personal social media account where only people that I know in real life are my “friends”), here is a photo that will give you a general idea of how I look.
It is not a very recent one [I don’t really take photos that often, so couldn’t find anything “brand new”], it was taken several months after my holiday
plus some fake tan, this is why I, for once, have that golden glow on my skin, ha. But I did not really change that much since that time 😉
But back to this particular Clean and Lean experience. Here are the things that I liked and did not like. Plus, some of my plans for the future.
Also, I’d like to mention, that I am just sharing my experience, and not trying to convince anyone in how they should live or what they should eat…