Friday, 3 April 2015

6 Colors For Clay Beauty Masks

Winter has plagued your skin, making it look tired and dull. It's the right time to refresh it with a facial mask or a clay bath.
Known for its cleansing, moisturizing and antiseptic action, clay acts beneficially on the whole body, face and hair. It deeply cleans the pores, combats excess oil, moisturizes and finally tightens the skin.
Choose your color and make your beauty mask. 
 Green Clay is filled with essential minerals and decomposed plants like kelp and seaweed. Due to its origin in the illite deposits in the South of France, this type of material is usually known as French green clay. It's suitable for oily skin and to effectively treat acne.
Red clay also comes from Morocco. It's an excellent facial cleanser and an ideal choice for dry and sensitive skin, as it gently detoxifies and removes impurities from the skin.

Pink Clay is a combination between red and white clay. For sensitive and dry skin, it stimulates circulation and gently exfoliates and cleanses without removing essentials oils from the skin. 

 Grey Clay or Rhassoul is a natural clay that contains rich minerals like silica and magnesium. It comes from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco and has been used by Moroccan women for a long time. Suitable for all skin types, it softens the skin, removes dead cells and tightens the pores.

  White Clay or Kaolin is a silicate mineral, also rich compounds like iron, magnesium and calcium. Perfect for all skin types, it is especially adequate to sensitive skin, as it stimulates circulation while gently exfoliates and cleanses the skin. 

 Yellow Clay is composed by minerals and iron oxides. Perfect for oily, mixed and sensitive skin, it stimulates circulation, removes dead cells and strengthens the skin tissue. 
                      by EP

Thursday, 2 April 2015

A Spanish Story by Dolce & Gabbana

Spain, one of the most beautiful Mediterranean countries, is the next stop for the womenswear Spring/Summer 2015 
advertising campaign for the famous Dolce & Gabbana House.

The source of inspiration for the images was the legendary bullfighting tradition, while still making a reference to the Sicilian heritage of the fashion brand. Bullfighter José María Manzanares and supermodels Irina Sharipova, Bianca Balti, Vittoria Ceretti and Blanca Padilla were the stars of this campaign that was art directed by Stefano Gabbana and photographed by Domenico Dolce.

The campaign makes a cultural statement and a reference to all ages, with shapely models and lovable old ladies giving just the same charm to the Italian design duo's collection.
                    by EP

Wednesday, 1 April 2015


The absolute trend in shoes for spring-summer 2015 is without doubt the espadrilles.
Made of cloth (canvas) and rope worn comfortably all hours of the day and offer comfort and style.
For this year the designers added details like lace, rhinestones and chains that make them stand out.






                     by EP