Adorning oneself in beautiful jewelry will never get old, but the way in which we do so is ever-changing. It was layers in the 70’s, oversized in the 80’s, and today, well, we like to mix things up a bit. Mixing and matching earrings has become quite the phenomenon. So much so, brands are catching on and designing asymmetrical pairs or curating entire collections that a that are meant to be strategically mismatched. At a time when everyone seems to be trying to contour their face to appear perfectly symmetrical, we are decorating ourselves in a way that counteracts this. Maybe it’s fashion’s rejection to our new obsession with a perfectly curated world? If so, I am 100% on board.
Tasnim is a young woman who immediately strikes you with her wisdom that takes others a lifetime to achieve. Her wisdom is inherent, but also learned, from the sisters she chooses to surround herself with. Below are a few choice lessons she’s learned from these sisters and I think everyone could learn something from Tasnim.
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Morning: I wash my face with La Roche-Posay Effaclar facial cleanser and then I spray my face with Bioderma Hydrabio Brume and let it dry. Then I use La Roche-Posay Effaclar day cream. For make up, I put Bobbi Brown creamy concealer under the eye, I use Chanel Joues Contraste blush on my cheeks and finally I curve my eye lashes with a Chanel curler.