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What's In My Travel Makeup Bag?! ♡

I was looking through some old posts for future inspiration and i came across my old post about what I keep with me when I travel. A lot has changed since that post regarding beauty and skincare and I'm excited to share it with you! As always, everything I own regarding beauty and most things I own regarding skincare (unless medicated) are cruelty-free or vegan. Here's what is in my current travel makeup bag, in the order that I apply my products!
Eyebrow Kit & Lashes


The Wet n Wild Eyebrow Kit in the shade 'Brunette' has been a holy grail in my makeup kit, not just when I travel. I love that it comes with two pressed eyebrow powders; a dark brown and a black. It includes a wax to set the hairs in place, a tweezer for any last minute fixes, a brush applicator to apply the product and a built in mirror for only €4.79 if you purchase it from BoozyShop. It's one of my favourite drugstore purchases and if you're looking for a new eyebrow product, this might be a …

12 Easy Tips for Sustainable Shopping | Collab with Wasteless Africa ☆

Hi everyone! Today I have another zero waste post and it's all about how to shop zero waste. This is a collab with my friend Khaya from Wasteless Africa on Instagram. Both of us are sharing easy zero waste tips as well as groovy places where to shop. Hers is focused on locations in Cape Town, South Africa and mine is about what you can do to be more sustainable in the Netherlands!


Firstly, lets talk about food waste. I was pretty shocked when I realized that many restaurants within the Netherlands simply don't do leftovers. In South Africa it's a common practice and saves a ton of food from being thrown into landfill. One way I tackle food waste is by writing up a grocery list. This way, I know exactly what I need. I also shop locally at my farmer's market, bringing along my own bag. I also keep a few produce bags so I can separate my fruits and vegetables into the produce bags before placing them in the larger canvas bag.

Grocery shopping zero waste at the supermark…