Thakoon white long sleeve shirt
14 625 ZAR – modaoperandi.com

Givenchy handbag
4 450 ZAR – bagborroworsteal.com

Buckle belt
1 375 ZAR – princesspolly.com

Metal glasses
330 ZAR – choies.com

Uncommon tech accessory
240 ZAR – gilt.com

Mac cosmetic
1 080 ZAR – maccosmetics.com

MAC Cosmetics matte foundation
445 ZAR – maccosmetics.com

Mac cosmetic

Chanel rose perfume
1 375 ZAR – tradesy.com




Zara blue cocktail dress
290 ZAR – zara.com

LoveStories lacy lingerie
865 ZAR – luisaviaroma.com

French Connection black pointy toe boots
2 030 ZAR – bloomingdales.com

Pu handbag
280 ZAR – shein.com

Silver glasses
380 ZAR – choies.com

MAC Cosmetics palette eyeshadow
1 080 ZAR – maccosmetics.com

Bobbi Brown Cosmetics pink blush
585 ZAR – barneys.com

Bobbi Brown Cosmetics lip shine
315 ZAR – saksfifthavenue.com



Glamorous winter boots
410 ZAR – glamorous.com

Heidi Klum Intimates black lingerie
1 175 ZAR – net-a-porter.com

Adidas sneaker
1 315 ZAR – farfetch.com

CÉLINE evening handbag
24 965 ZAR – shop-hers.com

Silver sunglasses
380 ZAR – choies.com

Bobbi Brown Cosmetics travel bag
1 515 ZAR – neimanmarcus.com

Mac cosmetic
1 075 ZAR – maccosmetics.com

Gorgeous Cosmetics blending brush
620 ZAR – beautybar.com

Nars cosmetic
405 ZAR – narscosmetics.com


Yes, we all have to admit it, we liked the idea of contouring. And we liked the idea of trying it so that we can look super good. We saved pictures of “how- to’s”, followed tutorials on YOUTUBE and we all we said, “I have to try it some or other time, but actually it’s impossible to do and I’ll just keep looking at these gorgeous women doing it on the internet and pretend that I’m going to try it next week.

NOW there is a new trend. A top of the notch new way to do makeup which looks way more natural, less intense and (bonus) is really easy to do.. We welcome strobing into our lives.  What is strobing, you ask? It’s a fun and interesting term for highlighting, basically. Forget everything you learned about contouring, or well, tried to learn.

This extra highlighting will give you a dewy, shimmery, glittery more youthful glow. But because “dewy” can turn into “sweaty” super-quick, here are a few tips to keep you on the right track.


  1. Prep your skin with a hydrating moisturiser. Strobing is all about getting the perfect glow, so you’ll need to replenish dull, dry skin with a good moisturizer first. If you have naturally oily skin, use one that’s oil-free. My favourite moisturiser with a glow is Ponds Gold Radiance Day Moisturiser. With real gold micro particles. Yes, I’m addicted to this product and it’s perfect for strobing.


Next, use a highlighter shade that best matches your skin tone. To avoid the frosted ’90s look, make sure the highlighter you’re using complements your skin tone for a subtle sheen.

For a fair skin tone: Use champagne tones.

For a light- medium skin tone: Use pink champagne tones.

For an olive skin: Use golden tones.

For a dark skin: Use terracotta tones.


Only use the highlighter in spots that catch light: on your cheekbones, along your temples, down the bridge of your nose, below your brow bone, in the corners of your eyes and above your cupid’s bow on your mouth. This will enhance your natural features. Don’t spread the product all over your face, or else your glow will turn into a greasy mess.

If you have oily skin, skip areas like your forehead or chin, which have a little shine already. (Tip via Colleen O’Neill.) Then opt for matte bronzer, blush, or other facial products and only use a shimmery highlighter. To avoid looking like a disco ball, choose a matte formula for most of your makeup (primer, foundation, bronzer, powder etc.).

After you’ve applied the highlighter, blend it out with your fingers, a fan brush or a damp makeup sponge. To avoid blobs of product and obvious makeup lines, make sure you blend any harsh edges of highlighter so it fades into the rest of your skin.

Avoid highlighting areas on your face that have breakouts — unless you want to spotlight your blemish. Yes, there are no other rules. It’s as easy as that.

Start strobing instead of contouring to highlight your eyes, contour your mouth, enhance your cheekbones and emphasize your pout 😉

Janmare xx

Eyebrow game STRONG

Ladies we need to keep our eyebrows on point at all times.

Common mistakes we all make :

  • Ignoring your natural arch.
  • Matching your brow color to your hair color.
  • Over tweezing the top part of your eyebrows.
  • Laying the eyebrow make up on thick.
  • Trying to match both eyebrows perfectly ( & you end up over plucking )
  • Doing your brows first before your other make up.
  • Tweezing before a shower.


Tips on how to do your eyebrows:

  1. Brush the eyebrows first.
  2. Use tweezer to remove that unwanted hair.
  3. Use a eyebrow pencil slightly lighter that your hair color,start shaping with the pencil.
  4. Use concealer around the brows and blend, this step will give your eyebrows some definition.
  5. Eyebrows on Fleek 🙂

Easy as that !

Coachella Inspo

Coachella Inspo

MANGO red dress
1 420 ZAR – mango.com

American Apparel jean jacket
1 040 ZAR – tradesy.com

Steve Madden black leather boots
1 835 ZAR – nastygal.com

Yves Saint Laurent leather handbag
32 280 ZAR – ysl.com

Gorjana collar necklace
1 320 ZAR – revolveclothing.com

Layered necklace
120 ZAR – baublebar.com

Ray-Ban round sunglasses
2 400 ZAR – lanecrawford.com

River Island pork pie hat
390 ZAR – riverisland.com

Mac cosmetic
1 095 ZAR – nordstrom.com

Bobbi brown cosmetic
550 ZAR – barneys.com

Gift sets kit
300 ZAR – eyeslipsface.com

Opi nail polish
100 ZAR – chemistdirect.co.uk

Lunch Date

Lunch Date
I’m totally feeling the white collar shirt this season. Add a bit of fringe or a fedora to the mix and you have the perfect lunch date look.

M Co striped shirt
430 ZAR – mandco.com

Rag & bone blue jeans
3 185 ZAR – net-a-porter.com

Miu Miu sneaker
5 950 ZAR – miumiu.com

Warehouse duffle bag
535 ZAR – warehouse.co.uk

Warehouse fedora hat
270 ZAR – warehouse.co.uk

Mac cosmetic
1 020 ZAR – bloomingdales.com

Bobbi brown cosmetic
555 ZAR – barneys.com

Ilia lip gloss
290 ZAR – b-glowing.com

INIKA mascara
340 ZAR – thehut.com

Eyeshadow brush
190 ZAR – ulta.com

Marc Jacobs fragrance
1 000 ZAR – harrods.com

Travel bag
270 ZAR – ikrush.com

Essie nail polish
100 ZAR – beauty.com