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Elegant evening makeup video tutorial


In this video tutorial I’m going to show you how to create an elegant make-up for evening occasions. The focus is on the eyes, where I selected a golden brown palette that suits best blue eyes. I have used different brands of natural cosmetics so you can also see swatches and how the products perform in reality.

Products I used in this video tutorial:

Dr.Hauschka day lotion
Jane Iredale Sugar and butter lip exfoliator
Und Gretel liquid foundation
Dr.Hauschka concealer
Und Gretel concealer
Purobio cosmetics compact powder
Kjaer Weis pressed eyeshadows
Alterra eyeshadow nude palette
Dr.Hauschka eye pencil
Jane Iredale new mascara
Und Gretel eyebrow pencil
Neve cosmetics pastello lip pencils
Dr.Hauschka lip gloss
Dr.Hauschka facial toner

Get the glow with Sante make-up!

sante naturkosmetik get the glow

 All dear beauties out there, I wish you a Happy Happy and Glowing year first!

Next, I want you to give some tips how to get some glow and colour in these winter days when the skin can be a little bit dull at times and show you a few make-up goodies that I tried recently. You know that I love limited editions ūüėÄ

I just came across about this lovely limited edition collection called Get the glow from the German brand Sante Naturkosmetik. They did 2 versions in cool and warm undertones of a tinted lip balm and a palette called Illuminating talent that is a multi-use product for contouring, blush and highlighter. You can even use it as an eyeshadow! So I thought it’s a good idea¬†that suits in this time when we look for some more colour and a very handy as well.

Here is a picture of those soft bisque and rose shades from the palette that are so nice for a natural make-up look. The first two shades are matte, those in the middle have a satin finish and the last two, the lightest ones have some delicate shimmer in it since they are designed for giving some highlights on the top of your cheekbones. This palette that I used is called¬†Illuminating talent n.2 Cranberry touch. The rose shades from the middle are great to use as a blush; the lighter for day and the darker for evening time. You can choose between two contouring shades too that are very nice as eyeshadows. Anyhow, I love this palette for its versatility, it’s all about playing with it.

sante naturkosmetik

I also find very nice this limited edition Sante mascara Volume overload in black. It does a nice curled shape to the lashes and it separates them without making clumps. I see it very suitable for a day make-up.

sante naturkosmetik mascara

On this last picture you can see the swatches of the reviewed Sante¬†Illuminating talent n.2 Cranberry touch and on right the subtle plum shade of¬†the Sante Lip balm Colour kiss in Soft Plum. (Since there wasn’t a sunny daylight you cannot see the subtle shimmer here).

Sante get the glow makeup

Anyone tried any of these products? Curious to hear from you.

Video makeup tutorial: sunkissed nude look

sun kissed make-up look

For all of you who want to add some bronzer on your skin during the summer I created this natural make-up look in nude tonalities. I have used a bunch of different natural brands for this look:

Jane Iredale Smooth affair facial primer
Idun minerals duo concealer
Alverde quad eyeshadow palette
Boho cosmetics Terre cuite 04
Rms beauty cream eye polish Solar
Lavera Beauty balm
Neve cosmetics Kalahari HD bronzer
Physicians formula Organic wear Jumbo lash mascara
Bella pierre lip pencil
Alverde lipstick

I was inspired by¬†a make-up that¬†I did on¬†a model some time ago and I¬†have it in my portfolio too. It’s a very wearable make-up¬†that¬†works good¬†even as an everyday look and it’s also quite easy to create.

Here you can see the picture on the model: In the tutorial I have just left the brows more natural than in this look that is more editorial inspired.


Special thanks to lovely Lienke for being my model!

Enjoy this natural make-up look and wish you a super fun summer time!!!

photo: http://www.borigorjan.com

Prom makeup with natural cosmetics

prom make-up

Dear beauties and natural cosmetics lovers! Here I come with a new make-up tutorial done entirely with natural cosmetics for a prom dance. But you can wear it for any other similar occasion. The look I created is fresh and modern, with the emphasis on bright colours and dewy skin. This time I got the opportunity to do the video outside in the beautiful green garden and so the only music behind my voice are the birds songs ūüėÄ

I have used different products all from natural brands in this video tutorial:

Jane Iredale Smooth affair facial primer
Jane Iredale Glow time BB cream
Rms beauty ‚Äúun‚ÄĚpowder
Dr.Hauschka bronzer
INIKA Light Reflect Highlighting Crème
Jane Iredale Quad bronzer Moonglow
Jane Iredale Quad bronzer Rose dawn
Neve cosmetics dessert a levres Strawberry sundae
Idun minerals eyebrow pencil
Idun minerals blush
Living nature NEW mascara
Jane Iredale D2O Hydration spray

Some brushes are from Everyday minerals, Hiro, Bdellium tools and others.

Hope you like the look and if you have any questions or comments feel free to comment below!

Green your makeup bag!

Natural makeup review and detox your makeup bag

I want to write about greening your makeup bag, especially, if you haven’t incorporated any new makeup product from the natural world yet. It’s spring, time for changes, renewals, cleansing and decluttering all sorts of things. By the way, have you heard about the trend of decluttering? Or have you ever experienced how nice and liberating it feels when you discard old things, those that you don’t use anymore, that are old and then you make place for new ones? And the excitement when you change something in your life which brings something new. Healthy changes (in a moderate way!) are always welcome. This time I will give you some advices and review some natural products that I’ve used recently.

FACE – foundations, blushes and brushes

Lavera beauty balm, Dr. Hauschka liquid foundation

Dr.Hauschka new liquid foundation

was an amazing discovery, because the previous formulation wasn’t really satisfying for me (not enough coverage, too rosy shades). But this one is simply awesome in all ways! The scent is captivating, some say that smells like coconut, I find it a lovely mix of roses, herbs and oils. Pomegranate¬†essence, macadamia nut and coconut¬†oils moisturise and protect the¬†skin while you wear your make-up.The coverage is medium but very good and buildable and blends great and easy into the skin leaving a radiant and fresh texture and finish. It comes in 5 shades and I have put on the picture the sample of n.1 foundation. So, if you look for a natural liquid foundation go in your near Dr.Hauschka store and find your shade!

Lavera Beauty Balm (or BB cream)

is another fantastic product for those who want just a light coverage and/or even the skin tone. I was surprised about the fresh and radiant finish that it gives and stays during the day. The coverage of imperfections is medium but since the finish is so nice you need less concealing because the skin looks so good. I get compliments about the finish all the time ūüôā It comes in one colour which tends to be unite yellow which is good, perhaps a little bit too dark for fair skin. The formulation is moisturising but not over shiny and it blends great. What is so nice is also that the colour adapts after you put it on the skin, so don’t judge the shade out of the tube too quickly ūüôā You can apply it with fingers or foundation brush. This balm is loaded with natural ingredients like acai berries extract, aloe vera leaves juice and natural oils among others.

Everyday minerals Love at first blush set

Everyday minerals Love at first blush set

Everyday minerals blush swatches

I find this set of blushes so exquisite and feminine! It’s fantastic, if you want to try almost all their colours and the blushes are in quite a big size, not only a small trial. They come in powder and the colours are subtle, feminine in rose, pink and peach shades that suits everyone. If you look for a¬†blush that resembles the natural flush¬†on the cheeks you have find the right ones. I love them for brides especially in this season! Yu will like the handy bamboo kabuki brush that can help you to blend perfectly the colour into the skin. It’s precise and very handy. I’m glad I’ve tried again something from this brand after a long, long time ūüôā


Some new makeup brushes

One day I was wandering in beauty stores and was attracted by two makeup brushes from conventional brands. The reason is that I see over and over again many brands that include entire collections of synthetic brushes in their lines. And if I think that a few years ago almost everyone was skeptical about them… (Read here my article how the synthetic brushes were born). This is why I’m even more curious to try those from “normal” brands. I was very surprised about the softness and quality vs price of L’oreal new collection of brushes which are all synthetic. I have tried L’oreal foundation¬†duo-fibre brush which is entirely made by synthetic hair and it is great! It blends perfectly the foundation and it dries super quickly. It works great with BBcreams and foundations!

make-up brushes

The next one is Yves Rocher contour brush, that attracted me with its shape. Although was written it’s a contour brush, it works great for me when used to blend well the foundation, even under eye area. It has quite stiff hair and it’s very dense, that’s what it makes it very special.

The last one is¬†Everyday minerals Tapered Sculpting face brush. I have heard rumours that their quality has diminished and so I wanted to try a¬†brush to get clear about that. I have to say that is one of my favourite brushes, not only because I like the tapered shape that gives more control when blending and contouring but also because of its softness and precision. I use it to set the powder, to apply blush, bronzer or contouring. Multi-purpose brush! Can’t go wrong with it ūüôā



I had in my makeup drawer those 3 beauties for lips from Neve Cosmetics for quite a long time and it seems that their time to blossom¬†out was spring ūüôā Neve cosmetics¬†Dessert a levres is the name of those lipsticks and are 3 beautiful shades for spring called: Pink Donut, Chocolate eclair and Strawberry sundae. I wear and use them most of the time all 3 and you will also see them in a video tutorial that is coming soon ūüôā They are all vegan, loaded with vegetable oils and shea butter that never dry the lips.

Neve Cosmetics dessert a levres and Lavera Brillant lips natural lipsticks

Strawberry sundae¬†is my favourite shade that everyone ask me about what I wear ūüôā It’s a bright fuchsia matte, creamy¬†shade that erases all dullness on the face with a huge pop of colour! The modern statement lip! I can easily apply all these colours without any lip pencil and they don’t bleed on the edges!

Pink Donut is the second favourite of mine that I understated when it was still new in the package, because I thought it was another pale nude. I call it the modern nude pink, the one that enlightens the face and it’s a great shade for the natural day makeup without looking too strong. But it’s the perfect wake me up shade!

Chocolate eclair is a beautiful warm brick brown red. Nice option for an evening shade is summer with bronzed skin and peachy shimmers!

Lavera Beautiful lips brilliant care

is a tinted balm in stick version that I find great for spring summer days! I tried the shade n.4 Creamy nut which is a nice nude beige with a creamy, slightly glossy finish that intensely hydrates the lips. I recommend for those with problematic dry lips that¬†feel they can’t wear an¬†intense lipstick.

Eyes – some mascaras and a new lash curler

physicians formula organic wear mascara review

I desperately needed a new lash curler and tried the new one from MAC. I love how it curls the lashes but, don’t like the width where you¬†open and close it. It’s simply too narrow, so if the lashes are long it’s quite difficult to catch them all inside. Otherwise it curls the lashes good! Eyelash curler freak ūüôā

I wanted to review the 2 mascaras from Physician’s formula Organic wear line for quite a long time. I have tried all of them since now and like all of them.¬†The only downside is that they dry very quick. I don’t know if it’s their formulation or the fact that I casually ordered them every time all in winter time and so I thought it might be the cold weather that made them dry. It’s something that I noticed many times when ordering cosmetics oversea in winter. All Organic wear mascaras are nice in their formulation and I love the wands, they are precise and not clumpy or too thickly loaded with the product. These ones are¬†Physician’s Formula Organic Wear Jumbo Lash Mascara (green package) and¬†Physician’s Formula Organic Wear¬†Fake Out Mascara (pink package). They both promise long, thick, voluminous lashes (quite a lot of marketing for my taste) but at the end they do a nice job; separated, long, full lashes. I don’t find extreme differences between the wands and the end result.¬†But cannot fail if you choose any of them as your first natural mascara.

Any thoughts about detoxing your makeup bag? Or about these products? Let me know ūüôā


Makeup with fingers and Vapour organic beauty

vapour organic beauty review

Hello! I’m back with another video tutorial using only natural cosmetics! This time I’ve chosen to do a make-up that is easy to achieve and that you can do it even with fingers, if you want (not necessairly though). For this purpose I could not¬†imagine not using¬†Vapour organic beauty which is one of my favourite brands among natural cosmetics that gives incredibly flawless results. I will come back with a more in depth review of their products that I used in this tutorial. Till then¬†enjoy the video and let me know your thoughts about Vapour and this easy look!

In this video make-up tutorial I’ve used:

Suti Honour face cream
Amazingy lip balm
Vapour organic beauty Stratus Luminous Instant skin perfector 904
Vapour organic beauty Atmosphere Soft focus foundation 115
Real techniques miracle sponge
Vapour organic beauty Illusionist concealer 015
Alverde eyebrow pencil
Vapour organic beauty Siren lipstick – Coquette
Vapour organic beauty Aura multi-use blush Radiant – Intrigue
Rms beauty ‚Äúun‚ÄĚpowder
Vapour organic beauty Mesmerize eyecolor Radiant – Cinder
Vapour organic beauty Mesmerize eyecolor Classic – Flash
Idun minerals mascara Silfr Black


Green people DD cream

green people dd cream

DD cream? Yes, after all, I now tend to look for a light liquid foundation that gives a radiant skin and has natural ingredients. And now you find this kind of products under names like bb, cc, dd creams. So I wanted to try this tinted cream called Green people Age Defy SPF15 DD Tinted Moisturiser because it was among new products and also because I was looking to try something that would give me some sun protection along with age-defying properties.This is why the name is DD =  Daily Defence.

The package is very minimal and “urban chic” as you can see from the photo. And very good for such product because is in a non-transparent package with a pump, so the product is even more protected from light.

I like its consistency which is a medium one when you spread it out, but when applied on the skin it gives a nice and thin layer. The coverage is light to medium, so it erases just small imperfections, but it leaves a nice, hydrating finish on the skin. Although the Light shades is meant for light tones, it’s a tiny bit too dark for my perception. So it can be too dark for light skin tones who uses usually an ivory or fair shades. Here you can see the swatch on my hand:

green people dd cream

The good thing is that it has a neutral tonality with tendency on yellow, so it covers some redness. Regarding ingredients Green people says that the key ingredient are¬†Sea Fennel stem cells that are a complete anti-ageing solution which stimulate cell renewal, brighten, firm, reduce age spots and deliver an instant moisture infusion.¬†It’s definitely a product suitable for mature skin that needs protection and nourishment, without a heavy mask texture.

I apply the product with a foundation buffing brush so that it absorbs well with no strikes on the face. If you need additional coverage or matte effect you can dust a touch of mineral setting powder. In every case I like that the cream blends easy even when applied with fingers. The result is a hydrated and radiant skin.

I was very interested to try something from this brand since a long time and must say that I’m very surprised how they have evolved and added a make-up collection too.

Do you like this brand? Any thoughts about this DD cream?

Suti Honour face cream

and a few words about energy, flower essences,…

Suti honour face cream

For those who don’t know I’m an avid lover of gems, flower essences and believer in energy medicine (well, also practitioner of Bach flower essences and recently starting¬†with Reiki too :)). I firmly believe that working with energy, flower essences and other similar “techniques” that help us reconnecting in body, mind and spirit are the future of our wellbeing. And I don’t say it because it’s quite a “modern” thing, but because I’ve proven it on myself when needed it the most and when traditional ways didn’t work anymore. Like Dr. Edward Bach said 100 years ago, the future medicine is to heal our emotions and consequently we will heal the body too. And so¬†I also believe in¬†incorporating all this knowledge in cosmetics and other wellbeing products as well. Simply because everything is energy and what we put in, is what we put out. So for me having a wonderful product with good ingredients and done with a higher consciousness (= Love) is the key! For instance, every time I work with someone, although doing make-up, people feel that they are relaxed in my hands, tensions disappear. This is how we feel each other without seeing it, how everything is energy.

Saying this, you can’t imagine how happy I was to see that Suti skincare is created¬†this way.¬†Their¬†amazing products¬†are¬†now definitely on my must-have list because are¬†“based on the principles of energy healing. Working with Reiki, meditation, crystals, flower essences and the moon cycle to nurture your beauty.”¬†

Don’t think that I was blindly captivated¬†only by this statement. No, I’m not that kind of person who falls just on words ūüôā It was the feeling of knowing and sensing it, also because I already used their INCREDIBLE Suti rose water facial toner and Suti Nourish face oil for night¬†(click on names to¬†links to both¬†posts). Suti rose water facial toner¬†is actually my favourite facial mist! I can’t get enough of its smell, freshness and I especially sense a great vibe in their products. I feel great only to looking at them, this is one way how I know they are great and made with love!

Suti Honour Face cream

Suti Honour face cream

It’s been for quite a long time that I wanted to try this cream and now I’m mesmerised by it! I can easily claim that for me no cream beats it! I can say this also because I had a period of really dry skin again and used oils and always struggled to find a cream that would nourish, be a good base for make-up and give enough moisture without being too heavy. Well, Suti is this cream that has made my wishes (and needs!) come true. It smells beautiful, the delicate scent of true rose is incomparable. The texture is light but very nourishing, leaving a healthy radiance and it absorbs quickly in the skin.

As all Suti products it’s packed in a beautiful glass bottle (50ml) and embellished with adorable flower design. (I also collect Suti packages, really a fanatic ūüėÄ of them). The bottle has a pump so you can control the quantity needed.

When it comes to ingredients, especially the right choice of them, hands down. They blend so well not too many¬†ingredients, but the right one and of course the best quality. You can simply sense it when you try the product! Suti is among those few brands that really keeps their promises. Here is their original description that I like so much, because they have for each product/ingredient an “esoteric” story behind.

“The development of this beautiful Face Cream came in a dream state of Meditation, resulting in the marriage of three nurturing and indulgent ingredients; Rose, Coconut and Date Seed. Individually each creates energy, combined they become blessed to Honour the integrity of our skin.¬†

When applying this beautiful cream it becomes a time for reflection, a time to be at one with yourself, a time to create a Sacred Space to Honour ‚Äď Above, Below and Within.¬†

Rose, a Universal symbol of love and beauty, known as the Queen of Flowers, symbolic of protection and re-birth. The energy of Rose is that of self-love, self-nurturing and regeneration of life.

Coconut is reputed to protect against damage, to help the skin rebuild and preserve integrity, said to represent Mother Earth, the water, giver of life. The energy of this fruit is of nourishment, cycles, rebirth and renewal.

And Date Seed Extract with clinically proven anti-wrinkle efficacy providing protection from the elements to help prevent ageing and wrinkles. Known as Phoenix Dactylifera, in mythology the Phoenix is a unique bird that lived for five-six centuries in the Arabian Desert, after this time burning itself on a fire and rising from the ashes with renewed energy and youth to live through a new cycle. The energy of this plant is renewal and our skin renews its cycle on a monthly basis.”

Do you already know Suti? What do you think of the holistic concept of beauty? Anyone tried flower essences, Reiki, crystal healing yet?

Lippy girl lipsticks review

lippy girl lipsticks

Dear beauties! I’m thrilled to introduce you a lovely brand from Canada called Lippy girl which was launched in UK by Botanical brands for this November vegan month! However, lipsticks loaded with natural ingredients are the new luxury and so you don’t need to be a vegan to wear them ūüôā I mean that things are changing and as I can see it, luxury nowadays means going natural. It’s the inside that counts and what we put on and in ourselves! So I was more than happy to accept this opportunity from Botanical brands (who is the Lippy girl UK distributor) to test and review these new lipsticks!

Going straight ahead I will start with the list of ingredients from the lipstick package:

lippy girl ingredients

“The Lippy Girl Makeup range includes twelve Vegocentric Lipsticks, all made¬†with organic and wild-crafted natural oils and waxes, and only natural mineral pigments.¬† They‚Äôre made with certified organic Castor Seed Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil, Carnauba Wax and Shea Butter and 100% vegan, bee-free, gluten free and chemical free! ¬† These lovely lippies are also super pigmented with natural minerals for great colour pay-off and provide the smoothest, creamiest finish.¬† They‚Äôre also ultra-nourishing, mouth-wateringly moisturising, long lasting and, above all, won‚Äôt bleed.”

As you can see the ingredients along with the claim from Lippy girl, we are on a very good track. Let’s see now what I think about them ūüôā


My review of Lippy girl lipsticks

I have received 4 different shades to review and to test for you. First the outside; the package is elegant lacquered black (100% recyclable aluminium tubes!) with the pink logo printed on. Plus every lipstick is packed in a nice pink paper box.

Here are the 4 shades that I have accurately photographed to get the best possible overview:

lippy girl lipstick lippy girl lipstick lippy girl lipstick lippy girl lipstick

These shades are all in natural quite pale tonalities:

P-bomb is a frost (slightly pearl) light pink with cool tonalities suitable for very light pale skin tones and amazing for light blondes with pale skin.

Son of a brick is a matte, very rich pigmented light orange brick tonality that looks quite light when applied on the lips. It’s a color that will make a face radiant but if you expect a darker matte brown (like I thought) it’s not the case. I was wondering if it changes the color when applied on my lips because on the paper was quite brown…

Coral me maybe is a nice summer inspired coral with a slight frost finish. It is a mixture of pink and orange that gives that nice coral effect on the lips which instantly make your face bright. However it’s not a very bright coral;¬†I’d say a neutral coral shade. My favorite of those 4.

Ski bunny is a very pale nude matte lip color with a pink undertone. It’s a nice light¬†beige¬†to wear when you have a bold smoky eye for instance. Although I wouldn’t suggest it to those with naturally dark¬†lips, because it is a very very pale shade that tends to look a little bit chalky on dark lips.

All 4 swatches together to compare them. Left: Son of a brick, top: P-bomb, middle: Coral me maybe and bottom: Ski bunny

lippy girl lipsticks

Overall, I’m very impressed with the quality of these lipsticks. They slide very smooth on the lips and are very long-lasting. They don’t bleed and are very, very pigmented. In one stroke your lips are already full of color! The list with ingredients is amazing, all those nourishing oils are perfect for the lips! The entire collection consists of 12 different shades so that you can have a huge selection for all tastes. I reviewed those more natural nude ones, but I bet you’ll find even darker ones if you need.


Has anyone tried them yet? Your thoughts please ūüôā

Lauren Brooke cosmétiques pressed eyeshadows

lauren brooke cosmetiques

Right now I’m testing (and always searching for new) some new pressed eyeshadows with natural ingredients. I will start my journey with Lauren Brooke cosmetiques, which was btw. one of my first natural brands from US that I’ve tested years ago. I’m really glad to see their brand growing and constantly improving. I have written in the past about them (and used their products) here and here.

New pressed eyeshadows from Lauren Brooke cosmétiques

Lauren Brooke has already got a nice selection of powder eyeshadows and also some creamy ones. She has added now to the collection also 8 pressed eyeshadow duos, which are the same shades as powder eyeshadows. I find this a nice idea, very handy to use and for carrying around. The packaging is silver grey with a mirror and it contains 2grams of eyeshadow. I adore the texture of these eyeshadows because they are so pigmented and with a fantastic silky velvety texture that glides smoothly on the eyes. They are very easy to blend. The only thing that I personally dislike a little bit are big shimmery particles in a few shimmery shades, which can emphasize lines and wrinkles even more, especially on older skin. But this is just my personal opinion.

Green makeup tip  You can easily use those eyeshadows even with a wet brush and apply them like an eyeliner.  Especially the dark matte browns look pretty for a day look when you wear a nice cat eye flick in chocolate brown! If you want a dramatic look, just set them with water (regularly applied as eyeshadow) they will look even more intense.

On the pictures I have put the eyeshadow along with the color swatch. I haven’t got anything on the skin and so the pigmentation is awesome.¬†Just a small amount is needed for a good result.¬†Because there was so much natural light from the window the pigmentation faded away and I can tell that in live is even more pigmented. Usually, I wear (my favorite are: Tanzi/moondust, Capuccino and Toffee/Sandalwood) them alone or on top of a primer and they have a great stability. I don’t find them to crease, but I have dry skin on eyelids so this texture is perfect for this type of skin.

INCI (Vegan) Matte Ingredients: Sericite, Orange Peel Wax, Broccoli Seed Oil, Boron Nitride, Zinc Oxide, Vegetable derived Magnesium Stearate, Certified Organic Jojoba Oil, Silica, Certified Organic Lecithin (from soy), Capryllic/Capric Triglycerides (edible plant-based oil), Comfrey-derived Allantoin, Certified Organic Raspberry Extract, Natural Non-GMO Vitamin E (+/- iron oxides, mica)

INCI (Vegan) Shimmer Ingredients: Sericite, Organic Castor Oil, Orange Peel Wax, Broccoli Seed Oil, Boron Nitride, Zinc Oxide, Vegetable derived Magnesium Stearate, Certified Organic Jojoba Oil, Silica, Certified Organic Lecithin (from soy), Capryllic/Capric Triglycerides (edible plant-based oil), Comfrey-derived Allantoin, Certified Organic Raspberry Extract, Natural Non-GMO Vitamin E (+/- iron oxides, mica)

Slideshow with all the lovely colors of new Lauren Brooke cosmétiques pressed eyeshadows

As you can notice from my blog I have now found a quite a lot natural pressed eyeshadows that are working great for everyday use. I will keep you updated with new ones.

Have you tried anything from Lauren Brooks? Share your thoughts please!

thanks for the photos to Boris Gorjan

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