Thursday, October 8, 2015

OMG Jewelz - Review



If you know me, you'll know I am obsessed with jewellery - you name it and I probably wear it. Rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, even hair pieces. So, when OMG Jewelz, approached me about whether I would like to review their pieces, I said YES PLEASE!

I had informed OMG Jewelz, that I would be travelling and I would need the parcel to come on an earlier date in order for me to receive it. I was surprised and very happy that the package arrived earlier than I anticipated. My dealings with them were brief but responses were quick.

As soon as I opened the package, I was ecstatic. Each piece of jewellery was wrapped in cute, individual plastic bags in order for them to be safely transferred from one place to another. 

I was sent three different pieces: 




Without exaggerating, I loved all three pieces but if I had to choose one, I would pick the Multilayer Key Necklace. I love the layering effect, and the turquoise tear drop stone that really pops. All three pieces were lovely, and I genuinely believe they go very well with my personality.

When I was browsing the website: OMG Jewelz, I loved the clean, white background with photos. There wasn't any unnecessary cluttering or too much text. Looked professional. The other thing that surprised me was how affordable all the pieces were. 

I highly recommend this site. The jewellery is good quality, definitely worth the money. They ship internationally as well for $5 shipping. Payments can be done through various channels. If you worry about using your credit card - there's an option for Paypal as well. 

In Pakistan, it's Cash on Delivery!!

In the near future I will definitely be ordering more stuff from them! I was extremely pleased with everything! 

Just in case if you haven't clicked on the links I've placed above in the captions, you can visit the site by clicking HERE.



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Friday, June 5, 2015

Wedding: Mehndi


Hey guys!

It was my cousin's mehndi last night and I thought I would share a few pictures of what I was wearing!

Hair and makeup was done by myself.

Initially I wanted to do some sort of a braid but I ran out of time to go to the salon therefore I ended up just blowdrying my hair.

If you guys would like to see how I did the makeup then leave me a comment.

My nails are stick ons I picked up from Carrefour. My toes are painted in a nude/pink shade by Essie - don't remember what it is called.

My earrings are Kundan - which is a traditional Indian/Pakistani form of jewellery. My aunt bought them for me in Islamabad.

For my rings I wore a diamond one and a ruby one.  

I got my dress from L'atelier in Islamabad. 



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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Empowering Women in Pakistan - Fair & Lovely


Fair & Lovely Pakistan have launched the Fair & Lovely Foundation with a vision to empower women in Pakistan through scholarships for higher education, seeding capital and vocational training. This is an ideal way to bring about the talent in Pakistan by providing opportunities. 

The campaign is open to women throughout Pakistan with Pakistani citizenship.

How to apply?

Visit www.fairandlovely.com.pk where there is a list of required documents and the application form that you must fill out. 

Then send the form along with the documents to: P.O. Box 15560. Write 'Fair & Lovely Foundation' clearly on top of the envelope. 

For more information you can also call: 0800 - 13000

Please do pass along this information to any woman who may be interested. 
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Sunday, February 1, 2015

Review: Sigma Products



The lovely people at Sigma, sent me some goodies to try out a couple of months ago. I didn't want to write a review, right there and then as I wanted to take my time and test the products out and form an opinion.

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