No Make Up Selfie Trend



This trend may not mean anything to you but if you regularly surf on the Internet and social networks, you probably saw a no make up selfie. Still not? However, this trend is a major current on Instram and Facebook. Stars arent afraid anymore to show their true image. From now on, theyve decided to unveil and stay natural! This is the No Make Up Selfie trend.

My Make Up Beauty Bag



After having discovered my beauty secrets to have a beautiful skin, lets have a look at my make-up tips to have a flawless complexion skin.


1/ Before applying the foundation, its essential to use a make-up base. If you dont have any skin concerns, you can use a standard hydrating cream. For the acne-prone skins, you can use sebo-regulating creams. Thanks to these kind of creams, the skin doesnt shine. Pay attention to anti-acne creams which can dry the skin. Avoid eyes contours and prefer specific creams dedicated to the eyes.

2/ Then, apply a make-up base. It gives a very soft touch on the skin and makes the application of the foundation very easy. It will slide as a feather on your skin. There are 2 in 1 creams which regulate the sebum while matifying the skin. The aim is to hydrate your skin without make it shiny.

My beauty secrets to have a beautiful skin



People often say to me that I have a beautiful skin without any imperfections. One day, a girl stopped me in the street to ask what was my secret. Even though, this always makes me blush, I told to myself it may be true. Then I decided to share my beauty rituals with you.

The reality is that nobody is perfect. This is not a reason to let your beauty go. Many solutions exist to reduce blemishes and magnify the skins complexion.

Fashiz Black : the new wave



The last July 30th, were hold the first Rendez-vous organised by Fashiz Black magazine in the 19th district of Paris.

Fashiz Black is a high-end, bi-monthly magazine intended to be chic and fashion. It mainly targets the  Afro-European fashionistas with a high purchasing power. A relatively new clientele commonly known as : Afropean.

Created in France in 2007, the magazine has been first developped on the Internet through a Street Style blog dedicated to people attentive to their look. At this time, it was the only afro-french magazine. With perseverance and the support of its Internet users , the magazine launched its 1st issue in 2012 and now internationally represents black wowen through a high-quality content about fashion and beauty.