- Sometime last week, I was going through my make up drawer and saw this highlighter from The Body Shop that I’ve never used. I got this early this year and I forgot all about it. I used it today and I was surprised. I love it! It’s so nice. It’s not the ‘in your face’ kind of highlighter. It’s just the right glow. The right shimmer.
The Body Shop Lightening Touch
2. Sometime last week, I saw this U.K. Blogger that I follow, Lydia Elise Millen (love her style), wearing different earrings in each ear and it look so cute! I tried it and I kinda like it! Here, look.
3. Sometime last week, as you all probably know I have been watching Indian movies in Netflix. I didn’t only watch Indian movies, I also watched a few international movies. Here is my top 3 that I liked Maybe you should check these out.
UMRIKA – India
A small village in India is invigorated when one of their own travels to America (aka, UMRIKA) and details his adventures through letters home, sparking community debate and inspiring hope. But when the letters mysteriously stop coming, his younger brother Rama (Suraj Sharma) sets out on a journey to find him. With the help of his best friend Lalu (Tony Revolori), Rama retraces his brother’s path to find himself charting one of his own. Set in the mid-1980s, UMRIKA is a funny and meaningful story of the lengths taken to realize one’s dreams.
Father’s Chair – Brazil
A man who has put his career ahead of everything else in life learns the value of family when his son goes missing.
Abzurdah – Argentina
Based on the autobiographical novel by Cielo Latini, the film tells the story of a teenager who falls in love and starts dating an older man whom she met on the Internet. Submerged in a shallow world, without any friends and with adults who can barely understand the adolescence, the relationship becomes an obsession for her, a loquacious, incisive and dizzying narrator who guides us through a story of unrequited love where the option of starving herself becomes the illusion of a perfect life.
*Don’t forget to turn on your English sub titles.