Impatiently waiting for warm weather? Perhaps a sun kissed look will do for now. (But seriously, spring where eff are you?!)
I went to my local Sephora last week on a mission to find my perfect bronzer. With the help of one of the makeup artists, I discovered my faux summer glow in a Too Faced compact called Sun Bunny - as a bunny mom, this was extra special! This bronzer mimics a natural tan very graciously and flatters every skin tone. The compact offers two shades: a slightly shimmery golden brown and a pink-undertoned bronze, these two shades blended will give you the illusion of that just-got-back-from-a-tropical-vacay tan.
I usually stay away from any makeup that has shimmer, but I promised the Sephora makeup artist that I would stay open-minded so as soon as she applied Sun Bunny on my “sun kissed areas” (temples, apples of cheeks and nose) it was like as if I were photoshopped.. in a really good way, it totally meshed well with my complexion and somehow evened out my skin tone - I obviously knew it was the one. Highly recommend, trust me, this will instantly make you feel like summer is coming!
Beanie: Aritzia // Coat, Skinny jeans, Fingerless gloves: TopShop // Oversized turtleneck: Vero Moda // Ankle boots: Zara
Earlier today it finally felt like spring - still had to bundle up a bit but that’s okay at least we had a little taste of the summer sun here in Toronto. Most of the snow on the streets had melted and I got to wear my current favourite ankle boots from Zara- loooove the zipper detail on these! They totally inspired me to post an outfit of the day a.k.a OOTD, hoping to post more in the future… Anyway thanks so much for reading and following! Have an amazing weekend everyone! xxPatti
So I checked out an art show last night at Hashtag Gallery featuring a Canadian artist based in Toronto, ANSER - he or she is sort of like our Banksy, we have no idea how he or she looks like and I totally respect that. The opening show was a great success, the gallery was packed, the purchase line was also a long one -this was actually Anser’s first major exhibit.
I admire Anser’s work, quite enjoyed the variety of mediums he/she used and love how collaborative he/she is. One of the collabs were with resin toy label Big Trubble they are the oh so colourful resin doll heads shown above they’re so rad- I want them all! They are $300 each. LOVED the brick canvas used for his famous faces - they’re usually spotted in the streets of Toronto, sadly these were definitely out of my budget.