The Ordinary is probably one of the most talked about skincare brands of the year, I’ve been trying some of their products for over a month now, here are my thoughts.
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Guess what? I went back to my favorite museum in town…
I have been bit by a wanderlust bug and I thought I needed to do a travel post where I shared with you a little bit about my beautiful country
I was born in Mexico City 27 years ago, and just a couple of years before, Mexico had lived one of the greatest tragedies it would face as a country, the 1985 earthquake, that was 32 years and 1 day ago…
If you follow me on Instagram, you’re aware that the past weekend I attended a music festival in Guadalajara called Roxy Festival, and today I want to share all about it with you. Si me sigues en Instagram, sabes que el finde pasado estuve en un festival en Guadalajara, llamado Roxy Festival, y hoy quiero compartirte mi experiencia. This wasn’t my first music festival, I’ve been to Corona Capital a couple of times before, my expectations for this one were to see a huge one like CC, but it actually was a rather small one, 13 artists were on the bill this time, nothing compared to the 50+ that CC features in two days. Cabe destacar que no era mi primer festival, había ido un par de veces al Corona Capital anteriormente, por lo que mis expectativas para éste eran las de un evento enorme, tipo el Corona, pero la verdad es que fue un evento super pequeño, con 13 artistas en el cartel en ésta ocasión, nada comparado a los más de 50 que el CC …
I went to a place straight outta Wonderland and it was beautiful.
So, as you know I was in Mexico City a couple of weeks ago, and as I promised, today I’m sharing with you my travel guide, to be honest, Mexico City is huge, so you could make a hundred travel guides about it and still not be done talking about it. So here’s a little bit about this magical city.
Hi guys! Some of you have asked me about Día de Muertos here in Mexico, so I decided that today that we’re celebrating it I might as well share a bit about it with you.