MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine
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Photos Of The Week. Part 1

This post was actually scheduled for last week but since it got deleted, here is attempt No2  with some changes.

I personally love looking at some radom photos people post, usually from Instargam, so I thought I’d do my own version. We will see how it goes…

Maybe this will be a regular feature.

1. My Game Of Thrones T-shirt and magnets. Can you see I am a huge fan? A special thanks to the lovely Farrah ;)

2. Spring tree in blossom. I took these photos three and two weeks ago. Isn’t it beautiful?

3. I was re-organizing my beauty products and found some of these perfume samples. What a great way to try new scents!

4. Turkey soup my brother made and simple salmon sushi. Everything was really delicious!

5. Sigma Kabuki brushes, these are brilliant. I promise to write a reviews soon.

6. The most gorgeous Omorovicza products. I can’t believe how good they are!

7. Me doing makeup on a beautiful girl Chelsey. How flawless does her skin look like? I’ve actually used  the Omorovicza BB cream from the photo above on her.

I would LOVE to hear what you think! Would you like to see posts like this more often?!

Have a wonderful Sunday.

Comments
8 Responses to “Photos Of The Week. Part 1”
  1. Anitacska says:

    Ooh, I’m from Hungary, but I’ve never heard of the Omorovicza products. Maybe I’ll check them out when I go to Hungary next month. Would you know where they’re available from? Thanks.

    • Marina says:

      Anitacska, that’s so cool to know :)
      I was supposed to visit Budapest last year (but in the last moment when everything was booked already it did not work for me) and visit their salon on 2 Andrassy út…
      You can find the shops they have here http://www.omorovicza.com/eu/stores_and_spas

      I have also ordered their products from Look Fantastic in the past.

      • Anitacska says:

        Thanks for the info. I’ll probably order from Lookfantastic then, since I’m not from Budapest and might not be going to the center of the city on my next visit. You should totally visit Budapest though, and if you have a free day then pop to my hometown, Eger which is about 120 km from Budapest to the east and is a very beautiful baroque style city. :)

        • Marina says:

          Ooh, thanks for recommending. I may go this year as my friends are going and are inviting me, too.
          Let me know what you think of Omorovicza if you get it! :)

  2. Aleksis says:

    Yes definitely more posts like these! I love random shots too, I may hop on board when I am done with this semester… those omorovicza products look really nice (I love the names!), the trees are so beautiful …I have a thing for any white blossoms, and maybe I will have to read game of thrones during my break.

    • Marina says:

      Hey, lovely!
      I’d love to see your photos. And good luck with all your exams.
      I LOVED the books (A Son Of Ice and Fire) and can’t wait for the last two. And Omorovicza products are very expensive but are fantastic! x

  3. Loved this post Marina, definitely more!x

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