Wine is maybe the most popular alcohol drink in the world. And the most sophisticated. Everybody likes to accompany a delicious meal or a romantic dinner with a glass of wine, but do we really know how to drink it in order to really relish its flavor? (more…)
When I was little and my hair hadn’t been dyed at all, summer was my favorite. Besides the long hours at the beach and the endless splashing in the sea, my hair was getting a bit lighter, with natural blonde highlights. Every time I got back to school, after the big summer holiday, everyone was thinking that I had my hair dyed, no one believed me it was a natural process.
Getting older, I started dying my hair and this genuine process didn’t happen anymore. So I chose the blonde color for my hair in memory of those days.
You know, being blonde means dying your hair very often and, in conclusion, this translates to a huge damage to your hair. But not anymore.
I recently discovered the super friendly John Frieda’s Go Blonder Controlled Lightening Spray for radiant blonde tones that gradually lighten after 3-5 uses. You just spray it all over your towel-dried hair and that’s it, your hair color will just get lighter, in a very natural way and you don’t need to go to the beauty salon.
I haven’t dyed my hair in months and people are still asking me if I did, because my color is fresh, my hair is nourished, this spray having thermo-protectant to guard your hair from damaging heated styling tools.
But be careful, it is suitable only for blondes!
The famous bridge of Avignon is actually called the Saint Bénézet bridge and it was once part of the most important pilgrimage routes between Italy and Spain. Known for its famous songs, its legend attracts a lot of tourists every year. (more…)
Costiera Amalfitana is a dream destination situated in southwestern Italy, below Naples, on the southern coast of the Sorrentine Peninsula. An idyllic landscape with shimmering azure sea, colored houses clinging on soaring cliffs like a bunch of grapes and incredibly narrow streets are the main ingredients of this Amalfitan picturesque scenery. (more…)