The moment F gave me my iPad mini, blogging became a very easy task. The first step was to get the app for BLOGGER, so that I could write the posts. The app has some limitations, you can't center your photos or change the font, but for some who blogs most of the time during her time on the bus to work, it's great. After BLOGGER, I looked for some apps to edit the photos and make collages and now I have two awsome apps.
MOLDIV and PIXLR are great! On the first one, I get to do funny collages on so many different layouts:
Personalize the background:
And add text:
Effects and be added also, both to the collage as a whole or to each photo individualy. Next up is PIXLR. I use it eveytime I post something, to square size the pictures and add "@iseekinspiration". It also has some cool effects, great to apply to photos soon to be featured on the blog. The "adjustment" extended menu. Cropping. Selecting a font. Saving. So here you have it. My secrets to I Seek Inspiration as y…
Over the last 12 months, my hair has seen some radical changes. First, I cut my long dark brown hair and went for a medium length copper-coloured do. By October, I ditched the copper and went for red, whilst keeping the length ( as seen in The Paris Journals). And now? This was me last week:
After careful thought and consideration (and nearly 3 hours at the hair salon)...
My hair is red again but the length... It's gonna take some time to get used to but so far it's a happy Marta! Thoughts? What has been your biggest hair change? :) Sweater: UNITED COLORS OF BENETTON Jewelry: STONE BY STONE Eye shadow: THE BODY SHOP XOXO, M
Mascara has always been a touchy subject for me. Yes, now I wear it everyday, but I only bought my first one two years ago. I tried it when I was younger and when proceeding to remove it, I found the task too difficult to be accomplished properly and didn't care for it for years. The fact that I have dark and reasonably long lashes is a bonus. The discovery of what a mascara could do for my eyes came when THE BODY SHOP gave me a sample of their volumizing grey mascara. First thing: it was grey, muuuuch easier to remove! Second, it was very easy to put on so I gave it a go. I could have proceeded to purchase a full size if SEPHORA wasn't having a sale and I found a GIVENCHY one that cost less and had a very unusual brush. Enter Phenomen'Eyes.
Curiosity was spiked (pun intended!) It is an amazing product that does wonders! It comes as no suprise that when it ended I immediately went to SEPHORA to purchase another one, but my endeavours were completely discouraged by the full pr…