The Week #88

The Week in Instagrams @nanawintour: *Visiting the Bumble & Bumble shelves in Mecca Cosmetica. *Blogging Tips and Tricks. *Burning Winter candles in Summer. *The Eyeko for Alexa Chung goodness arrived! Review coming Tuesday. *I started watching the final season of Gossip Girl on the weekend. So far I have only watched one episode because I don't want it to be finished. *Snapshots of Monday and Tuesday's blog posts. 

Must Watch of the Week: This week there are multiple videos that I've enjoyed watching. First up, Anna and Lily's series on all things blog and vlog related. Whether you've just started your blog or looking for some handy hints from the duo who know their stuff, these videos are well worth the watch. Tara and Ellen of Shop Style Conquer have also started a new series over on their YouTube channel. Tara is teaching Ellen how to sew. Who knows, it may even inspire you to create something to wear as well. These girls make such cute videos and have incredible style so be sure to check out their blog as well. 

Product of the Week: Jo Malone Lime, Basil and Mandarin Cologne. I've not been wearing a lot of perfume recently but over the last couple of weeks this is the one that I constantly find myself reaching for. This scent is not particularly overpowering which I like. The 30ml bottles are so lightweight as well so they're not a nuisance to cart around everywhere. 

Must Read of the Week: Tavi interviewed Lorde over on Rookie and it was all kinds of amazing. I've been a fan of Tavi's for years and she does the best interviews. It probably helps that she interviews people like Emma Watson, Elle Fanning and Sofia Coppola. Anyways you should read it, just because.

Added to the Wishlist: By Terry Ombre Blackstar in Bronze Moon. This is quite possibly the most expensive eye crayon on the market, in New Zealand at least. The shade itself is a stunning bronze taupe with very subtle shimmer throughout. What is amazing about these crayons though is the lasting power. I swatched this on my hand today and it would only come off with a heavy duty eye makeup remover. Impressive stuff. Here's hoping one of the drugstore brands release something similar soon.

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