Links + Loves

Here are some non-bookish articles I really liked this past month and my latest loves.

1 / I'm all for supporting Filipino-owned businesses and Buzzfeed put together a list of 18 that I highly recommend checking out. 

2 / I don't plan on going on any solo trips any time soon, but I often think about my solo trip to London back in 2018 (and how I'd like to do that again!). World of Wanderlust shares her tips for how to feel safe when traveling alone and I totally agree with all her suggestions. 

3 / I have yet to get on a plane since the pandemic started but reading The Everywhereist's experience with traveling to Italy recently really struck a chord with me. 

4 / I'm already doing 5 of The Everygirl's tips for how to dress like a French girl during winter. Does that mean I'm giving off French vibes? (I hope so!)

5 / Carly shared some inspiration for holiday outfits and funnily enough, the first outfit is more or less what I bought to wear for Christmas day with my family! 

6 / Cup of Jo always has the best titles for their holiday gift guides and this one is my favorite: "Gift Guide #4: Your Lipstick-Obsessed Best Friend Who’s the Last Person You Text Before Falling Asleep."

7 / Self recommended this "Lengthening Yoga Flow to Loosen Up Your Tight Muscles" and it sounds like just what the doctor ordered (for me!). I have to find time to do this soon.


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I've been wanting to add a new setting spray to my makeup routine. Charlotte Tilbury's Airbrush Flawless Setting Spray came highly recommended and after a month of using it, I can see why! I think this will be a makeup staple in my collection from now on. 

2 / Joy & Jasmine is a new holiday scent from The Body Shop and I am obsessed with it! It's both floral and fresh, which is a combination I've been looking for and hadn't found, until now. Since it's limited, I've stocked up on the mist spray, lotion, and more. I hope it'll be around for a few months longer, at least. 

3 / Heatless Hair got onto my radar thanks to Instagram and ever since I bought it, I've been curling my hair almost every night. I love it! While my hair does straighten out a bit as the day goes on, this does hold the curl for me way better than heat styling. I highly, highly recommend it and it's so easy to use. 


Do you have any links or loves to share?
Would love to hear about them!

1 comment

  1. Oooh I definitely have to look into the heatless hairstyling!


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