Healthy Eatery in Durban That Doesn’t Compromise on Flavour

It’s no secret that the difficult part of being on a diet is giving up some of the most delicious meals. Often most of us succumb to falling off the bandwagon because we are tempted to indulge in something sweet and decadent, which will without a doubt pack on the calories. Dr. Raessa AbooBaker, found…

Kangol Matte Mousse Foundation – Review

Earlier this week I received the Kangol Matte Mousse foundation to test. Although I am usually skeptical about new foundation brands to use, I can honestly say this product has impressed me. These are reason as to why this should be become a part of your every day foundation   1. Coverage This is a lightweight…

Collectable obsession

Enamel pins! Yep, they’re definitely worth latching onto… Pins and patches have become a staple way to add some funk and sass to your outfit that may be a little plain. Their trendy, wearable and you could probably make your own. Various companies have been delivering these crafts from nostalgic pop culture memes or simply…

Quick review: Dupe Factorie palette.

Dupe Factorie recently opened in Durban and at their launch event,I purchased a range of Make up brushes, (I might add are exceptionally worth it!) as well as their eye shadow palette. I love anything colorful so the unicorn brushes were a must have. The brushes are great, but what has really impressed me were…

Tourism indaba: A resounding success

The travel and tourism Indaba surely lives up to its title of Africa’s best travel show. Held at the Durban ICC, allowing exhibitors and buyers to indulge in a wealth of knowledge. The Indaba aims to showcase South African products and services for international trade. The tourism industry plays a vital role within the country….

Colour pops!

I was inspired by my love for ice cream and my struggle for healthy snacks. I always thought these were going to be a lot of work to create yet they were effortless and the flavour options are endless. I did have to go to a few stores to find the moulds. I found these…

Slice of Serenity

This month has been no stranger to public holidays resulting in an extended weekend for most South Africans. Time to just relax, work on yourself or if you are in the creative field, use the time to work even harder! I opted for the latter, What a tranquil, little spot I visited recently found. Just…

Choc chip, peanut butter cookies for the win!

Ive received quite a few queries about the cookies on social media,so I thought id share the recipe with you. You can easily attempt to bake your own. It’s quick, simple and addictive. The recipe has been adapted from the book called Sweet by Sam Linsell, which has all sorts of delectable treats. I chose…

Never too old for Disney

As some of you already know, I love anything Mickey. I feel that it’s important to dress with a little bit of character, find something that resembles your personality. In essence that is the only way to get a bit of uniqueness across. At most times, we get so wrapped up in our bubble, trying…

REFLECTIONS

I have been MIA for a while now. I have been beating myself up for number of things. I just could not seem to muster up the inspiration to write again and through all the obstacles I have been recently trying to overcome, it dawned on me that the only reason I started a blog…

PRINTS

Pulling of prints is quite tricky, and for the most part that is why I shy away from them however this printed jacket caught my eye. I absolutely love it! Its bold and bright and it showcases my fun personality. Pairing up prints come with risks,it can look rather odd or inappropriate if not executed just…

The Chefs Table

The Chefs’ Table is a new addition to the bustling street of Chartwell Drive. Last week i was fortunate to be invited to a lovely evening ahead of their public opening. These are my thoughts.