Sephora waterproof contour eye pencil review

sephorareview I think most of you girls had this happen to you: you’ve applied your crayon eyeliner and go out, for example for a day of shopping with your friends. While you browse through the clothes you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror and see a panda staring back at you. The make-up you spend so much time on  has moved down from your waterline  to your eye-bag area and formed two nice black circles. Even worse when it goes into the fine lines around your eyes. I have had this happen to me all the time, but recently I discovered a product that I’m 100% amazed by: Sephora’s waterproof contour eye pencil 12 hour wear (around 9,- euro). Read how I put the waterproofness of  this crayon to the test by driving on my scooter with heavy rainfall pouring on my face. This is post is not sponsored in any way.

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China Light Festival

Schermafbeelding 2013-02-18 om 16.24.38 By Chris Reichard – Fire breathing dragons, oriental buildings, panda bears, and Chinese flowers were a part of the romantic valentines evening with my girlfriend this year. In an Rotterdam park near the Euromast tower, the tallest observation tower in the Netherlands, a large light festival was prepared displaying the many magic’s of the Chinese culture. It brought the traditional lantern festival into more modern complex designs displaying the traditional Chinese dragon, panda bears, Chinese temples, and a Chinese impression of the Dutch culture in a lighted display of Keukenhof. Keukenhof is a flower park in the Netherlands open in the spring time displaying gardens full of traditional Dutch flowers like the tulip.

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#Personal – Preparing to leave for Seoul

Schermafbeelding 2013-02-17 om 22.02.31 Over one and a half week I’ll be flying out to Seoul, South Korea where I’ll be staying for a little less then four months. To be honest It’s scaring me so much right now. I love to travel but at the same time I love being home. This might sound really weird and come very unexpected, seeing all the traveling I do, but I actually have a very bad case of homesickness (especially when I have no one I feel 100% comfortable with around me). When I went on school camping trips I used to cry by myself so now and then. One thing I did learn from that time was to never let my homesickness take over and go home (or not go on a trip at all) because in the end the school trips used to be a lot of fun! This week I prepared a lot of things for my upcoming departure…

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