Egyptian women are more or less known for being a handful of the most beautiful faces in the world. A person in Roman History once said this about Cleopatra, “For she was a woman of surpassing beauty, and at that time, when she was in the prime of her youth, she was most striking; she also possessed a most charming voice and a knowledge of how to make herself agreeable to every one.” Now, who doesn’t want to have skin as beautiful as her? What if I can tell you that you can get the closest thing in the Philippines through Cleopatra’s Secret PH?
Hello everyone! First of all, I’m pretty sure you’ve noticed that this series has a different name now. It used to be called “The Monday Grace” but I’m now making it into a Wednesday thing just because I want to. I’ve been wanting to revamp my blog a bit, make it more active and more “me” again and so this is one of the many changes that this blog might undergo this year.
I’m the kind of girl who’s always on the look out for new make-up products to try since I’m still learning. I’ve noticed the recent trend of Korean products both for make-up and skin care. Although not a fan of Koreanovelas, (oh wait, they call it K-drama nowadays, right?) I really admire Korean models and actresses because of how their skin looks. I’ve been meaning to at least try some Korean make-up and skin care products but wasn’t really sure what brands I should check first then I heard about Rucy’s Vanity!
Let’s face it. Almost everyone thought 2016 was a nightmare after all the deaths and bad news we kept on reading from one post to another. Now, how was I able to keep a happy mood despite all those? Simply because I rest my faith on such a Firm Foundation and I value my relationship with God that I became calm through my daily devotions. My 2016 Certified Positive Planner was the very best companion for my devotions throughout last year. For this year, the same excitement goes with my 2017 Certified Positive Planner.
I have this year-end tradition in my blog wherein I list down four things, the amount of each corresponding to the last two numbers of the year. It’s a way for me to share with others what happened in my 2016 – highlights, lowlights, and some lessons I realized. Since it’s 2016, I’ll be listing 16 items for each list. Here’s my 2016 recap.