That’s right, I chopped off my hair! Well my hairdresser did haha! And not just because I was ready for a change; after thinking about it for a long time I decided to donate about 30 cm of my hair to charity. Hopefully one little boy or girl will be very happy with my tresses. Read further to see what my hair looks like after the big chop and to see my boyfriend’s response (he didn’t know about it!) !
Every time I have new travels coming up I update you guys with an ‘Upcoming Trips’ article. You can see it like a little preview of what you can expect to read about on The Beauty Suitcase the coming time in regards to travel related posts! Curious where I’m going to next? Quickly! Read further!
Shibuya embodies what most people envision Tokyo to be: crowded streets, neon lit skyscrapers and youngsters in the most outstanding ensembles. I visited this lively area during the summer time and decided to put together a little guide: where is the best place to go shopping, have – a futuristic – dinner and do some sightseeing aka people watching?
It have been a busy few weeks! I haven’t posted a #personal post in a very long time. In the main time I’ve graduated, celebrated my 2,5 year anniversary with my boyfriend Chris and cheered on Oranje (the Dutch soccer team). Take a look at my week (or in this case three weeks) in pictures!
Walking through Target during my internship in the USA I saw a little box, its inside shining bright making it look like a carefully packed little gemstone. But it fact it wasn’t a gem it was the Teal Takeover Marbleized Eye Shadow by Maybeline, which – thanks to it’s amazing texture – l think looks exactly like a gemstone! Now let’s see if this is also the case when applied to your eyelids.
If your familiar with Japanese culture you probably know about the ‘maid’ phenomena, if not keep on reading. Maids, girls dressed up in frilly outfits, are the fantasy of many Japanese man. You have maid cafe’s, maid shows and so on. But what is this whole maid culture really about? I went to Akihabara in Tokyo to find it out!