*this is a part of my How to help save the animals with fashion blog post series
Friday, 27 March 2015
Thursday, 26 March 2015
More and more people come to me with the same question: which brands are 100% cruelty-free and vegan? This makes me really happy and excited about the future, because I see how many people care and it is amazing! I have been planning on doing various lists to make your purchasing decisions easier (+ I am a list girl; I LOVE making lists!) so keep an eye on those, as I will be posting them in the following weeks. Until then, I decided to make a mini 100% vegan beauty brands list, which is suitable for everyone, especially for big animal lovers, vegetarians and vegans.
Monday, 23 March 2015
I went on a little shopping spree the other day, decided to dig out some lovely cruelty-free and vegan beauty products in my local drugstores. It didn't surprised me at all when I realised the majority of my purchase came from Superdrug - a high street place to go, if you are looking for a cruelty-free products. You can easily find some animal-friendly brands there, you just need to make sure you ignore the bad ones, which still test on animals and are sadly also available in the store. BUT we know it better and we will rather go for the kind stuff, won't we ladies (and gentlemen)?! ;)
Friday, 20 March 2015
Being a big fan of anything that has to do with Easter and pancakes, I thought I'd combine these two things and make super delicious and healthy vegan pancakes (with coconut ice cream, WHAT?!). I must admit, things did get a bit messy (and most of it I managed to hide so you guys can't see it), but here is the video of my mini recipe. I am not very good in the kitchen, I must say, but I am proud of these babies. Enjoy!
*Click on the photo to watch the video*
And make sure you subscribe to my new Youtube channel ;)
What are your favourite Easter recipes? ♥
Monday, 16 March 2015
Every once in a while we all need our energy boosters to keep us going throughout the day. After several I am not leaving my bed today mornings in high school, I decided to face my morning laziness and started looking for some simple and somewhat natural energy boosters. Some of them are too simple, to be honest, however, they work and they kick me in the ass to let me know it is time to MOVE.
Friday, 13 March 2015
This week is all about being cruelty free and stop animal testing for cosmetic reasons. This issue is sadly still relevant in the 21st Century, however, we can all as individuals, do A LOT to stop it by doing small things. How good is that? :)
Do you want to know how you can become cruelty-free and help save the animals?
Make sure you watch my video down below by clicking on the photo and spread the message (and the video☺) with everyone. It is time we change things around here. Who is excited? I know I am :)
Click on the photo to watch the video♥
What is your experience with the cruelty-free lifestyle? Are you already living
it the dream, are you planning to slowly incorporate it in your lifestyle, or you haven't heard of it before? Tell me more about your thoughts in the comments below :)
Monday, 9 March 2015
In the past, I have been successfully avoiding dry shampoos. I have absolutely no idea why, but I simply found the thought of using them on my hair weird; I preferred the good ol' water+shampoo+conditioner+air dry. My attitude, however, changed a few weeks ago, while sneaking around Superdrug, which is known to carry some cruelty-free and vegan beauty products. Suddenly, I came across this adorable dry shampoo packaging and soon after realised it was vegan and not tested on animals. Bingo! I decided to give it a try and ever since these little minions have been saving my
Monday, 2 March 2015
Monday, 23 February 2015
As you already know, I am all about natural and cruelty-free products, which can also be seen in my hair care routine. However, I wasn't always like that. I pretty much destroyed my hair in the past; I experimented with various natural looking colours and I managed to literally burn my hair (thank you mrs. hairdresser, I can still remember the look on your face and a big OH SH*T in my head when the toxic smell and the smell of my burning hair hit my nose). After this unpleasant experience (AND a forever goodbye to a certain hairdresser), I became more careful, began with a hair treatment and started looking for natural ways to get my hair back. I simply wanted them NOT to look like straw anymore. So here I am, sharing my current hair care routine, which will hopefully help at least some of you
who also had a pleasure to walk around with burned hair before.