NAOMI MAKE UP ARTIST
Tunisien Woman, who loves fashion and beauty. Independent Blogger and I am Make up Artist too. I write about the latest trends, News and Inspiration fashion and life style.
I live in Dubai, my blog its on English but I speak Arabic French English
I hope you enjoy it!
I also gives alot of tips, hauls, tutorials etc. Catwalk pictures and i also have alot of contests🙂
I love sharing with the world my expressions on Style and Fashion, and it’s really good to see what people think about it, good or bad criticisms is always constructive for me!
I have been blogging on and off for a couple of years now. I started a blog to try and drive traffic to my website. Someone suggested it and I was totally new to all things webby and bloggy so I thought I would give it a go.
It has only been recently that I have really been serious about driving traffic to my blog which is why I have joined WordPress in the hope of learning and engaging from experienced bloggers.
Since I joined I found there are lots of people who are very new to blogging and desperate for guidance and some fresh ideas in the same way I was. I am not an expert in SEO but I have picked up a tips and I thought I would share them with anyone who is interested. I have never done anything like this before so here goes…….
• A blog is not about you – it is about your readers. People are interested in themselves and how what impact your blog will have on THEM
• Decide early on in your blogging career who your target audience is and then find out where they hang out on the internet.
• When it comes to finding information Google is your friend. Just start typing in your question into Google and you will be amazed what answers will come up
• Look at what successful bloggers are doing to build traffic and learn from them
• Getting traffic is about good content. Clear images and a reason for why you have posted those images. I love commenting on people’s blogs because I love getting comments on mine, but I struggle sometimes to think of anything to say on some of the blogs I have come across
• When you do comment try to say something meaningful rather than a quick “cool” or “awesome” and don’t beg for a follow. It’s demeaning and if you have to do that you don’t have confidence in your own product
• Try to think about key words when writing. Think about what phrases people use when they are searching on the internet.
• Most of the information you need is out there for free on the internet, you just have to wade through it to find it.
These are just a few tips that some new bloggers may find helpful.
NAOMI MAKE UP ARTIST
Dark atmospheres # clothes #shiny skin # the opulence of the Baroque #
With ornate details and gilded edges, the drama of the baroque period has been fancifully captured this season.
The origins of Baroque lie in the first half of the 1600s: opulent prints and patterns were seen in everything from furnishings to gilded accessories. The inherent luxuriousness of it was all about the detail. The trend bears repeating (as most trends are wont to do)
There’s so luxurious and dramatic about the black-and-gold combination that we can’t imagine the two of them separate! Baroque makes a grand entrance in fashion this Fall i clothing and accessories, and the trend mixes dark with shiny golds in rich patterns and luxe flocked materials or lace exteriors.
There are clothes made to be worn. it is ‘love at first sight’. You understand it quickly, immediately as you can imagine those dresses on you, stitched as onto a rag doll. They are as you have always imagined, maybe better. Then there are clothes made to be seen between the pages of a magazine, on the catwalks and during important ceremonies. Those clothes are the ones that you think you would wear at least once, maybe in Paris or in London and why not, in Venice. This is what I felt when I saw the last runways covered with “baroque”. I’ve always been fascinated with the Baroque. In architecture.In Art. For the opulence, the gold, the rich details and the ornaments … because not always the “less is more mantra” is the best way… because sometimes performing and displaying have their own charm and power. Sumptuous fabrics like velvets and brocades. Tapestries and lace. Gold filigrees and many details. Flowers, many flowers embroidered as a upholstery. That in Italy you can find them in the old houses. Sometimes on the tables. Sometimes as curtains. Sometimes on the grandmother’s pillows.
Go For Baroque.****
Dolce & Gabbana, Givenchy, Balmain, Alexander McQueen, and Valentino were only some of the big boys that pulled out all the stops with needlepoint and pearls.
I’ve selected the most beautiful baroque looks from the Fall/Winter 2012 catwalks.
Baroque fashion rend: Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana were the first to use prints rococo ornaments and sumptuous. Balmain presents a renewed version of the look, with top lavoratissimo, masculine shirt and pants rockstar shabby.
Baroque fashion trend: Proenza Schouler
Metallic gold complements warm orange in this Asian-inspired baroque look from designers Jack McCullogh and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler.
Baroque fashion rend: Chanel
Karl Lagerfeld gives us a futuristic twist on baroque-inspired fashion with this Chanel jacket.
Baroque fashion trend: Marni
A regal pantsuit struts down the runway at Marni’s show.
Baroque fashion trend: Aquilano.Rimondi
Aquilano.Rimondi took cues from tapestry and luxe fabrics for this ladylike dress.
Baroque fashion trend: Jason Wu
At Jason Wu, a daring slit adds a sultry twist to the classic baroque look.
Baroque fashion trend: Lanvin
Indulge in decadence with this jewel-encrusted Lanvin dress.
Baroque fashion trend: Balmain
The baroque fashion trend is all about the details. Who could resist a beautifully ornate Balmain dress?
Balmain’s black and brocade embellishment over the past few fall seasons has got me ogling for opulent fashion. The rich foil colors are a throw back to the thread-like fabric from the 15th century. Golds, silvers, and purples add a touch of sophistication and class to this more refined fabric. From double-breasted jackets as seen on Halle Berry to cardigans and fitted dresses, this baroque embellishment is appearing in a variety of forms. Share how you’ll mix this trend into your fall wardrobe.
Baroque fashion trend: Alexander McQueen
Nobody does over-the-top like McQueen. This season, Sarah Burton’s galactic baroque looks were otherworldly.
Baroque fashion trend: Versace
Donatella Versace’s take on baroque mixes black velvet, sexy fishnets and religious iconography. Bonus points for the edgy Rooney Mara haircut.
Baroque fashion trend: Roberto Cavalli
Roberto Cavalli decided to mix rocker with the baroque trend. The result? Cool and modern vibe.
Baroque fashion trend: Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta kept a ’60s ladylike vibe, an excellent twist for the baroque trend.
Baroque fashion trend: Gucci
Gucci’s dramatic baroque theme had a punch of gothic in it. The looks were complete with merlot lipstick.
# Whiteness # Cleanliness #Happiness #Neutrality # Freshness # Bridal # Clarity #
white color represents the color of light is the traditional color worn by brides in all the glob down to the present day , to signify purity, innocence, and virginity, the color white is the color of mourning and funerals. In certain cultures, white is the color of royalty or of religious figures, It was the custom for the Queens as angels are typically depicted as wearing white or having a white glow. A white picket fence surrounds a safe and happy home.
White color it encourages us to clear clutter or obstacles and enables us to fresh beginnings.
White, an inherently positive color, is associated with purity, virginity, innocence, light, goodness, heaven, safety, brilliance, illumination, understanding, cleanliness, faith, beginnings, sterility, spirituality, possibility, humility, sincerity, protection, softness, and perfection.
The color white can represent a successful beginning. In heraldry, white depicts faith and purity. As the opposite of black, movies, books, print media, and television.
white is often used to represent coolness and simplicity. White’s association with cleanliness and sterility is often seen in hospitals, medical centers, and laboratories to communicate safety. The color white is also associated with low-fat foods and dairy products.
To the human eye, white is a bright and brilliant color that can cause headaches. In cases of extremely bright light, the color white can even be blinding.
The color white affects the mind and body by aiding in mental clarity, promoting feelings of fresh beginnings and renewal, assisting in cleansing, clearing obstacles and clutter, and encouraging the purification of thoughts and actions.
The color white is a basic element very important that designers should not miss at risk of missing a trend. or rather the white winter! It is on the basis of this new chic color that different manufacturers have launched ready to wear production. Fashion with the “winter white” is soft and enveloping forms. White wool, cashmere white, or white Gothic win all the votes. The white part of the basic colors and color is always in fashion.
Even today, the wedding dress is usually white , even if the mode returns to color. All girls dream of a big white dress for their wedding. It marks the transition from the status of celibacy to the wife.
This color suits you especially if you have dark skin. The contrast between your skin and your dress will highlight your tanned effect for a totally exotic! For a guest, wearing a white dress too. The bride should be the most beautiful! Only young bridesmaids can wear a white dress, less sumptuous, of course the bride.
White gemstones :
OPAL believed to help create new beginnings, remove prejudice and pre-conceived notions, to see the innocence in others, and to clear emotional clutter and silence the inner critic.
- A gemstone of God and Angels
- Clears negative thoughts and creates positive thinking
- A balancing gemstone
The color black is so widely regarded as sophisticated in fashion that the term “the new black” is often used to describe and give merit to a color trend.
Fashion historians ascribe the origins of the little black dress to the 1920s designs of Chanel. Gabrielle Chanel was known for her creativity, personalizing her time and redefining styles. She not only redefined the little black dress, but also the color black itself. “I imposed black”, she said “it’s still going strong today, for black wipes out everything else around”. Chanel’s simple yet elegant sheath, in black crêpe de Chine, with long, narrow sleeves, worn with a string of white pearls became a symbol of chic and sophisticated simplicity.
“When a little black dress is right, there is nothing else to wear in its place.”- The Duchess of Windsor, Wallis Simpson.
Black pearl jewelry set
Black pearls have long been an exotic prize. These pearls are created by the black-lipped bivalve mollusk Pinctada Margaritifera, found around Tahiti and the French Polynesian islands.
An expressive color extensively used in fashion, red is the most visible and lively of all colors, creates attraction and excitement. The wearer naturally portrays an image of energy, enthusiasm and confidence. Nonetheless, it also suggests an erotic feeling…
If a woman wears a red dress it usually is associated with sex appeal. Perhaps she wish to be the “lady in red” in a gorgeous evening gown for a night out on the town.
the primary message is “hey, look here at me!”
Ruby is considered to be the most powerful gem in the universe, and is associated with many astral signs. To own a ruby is said to have contentment and peace. Placed under a pillow the ruby may ward off bad dreams. Ruby rings should be worn on the left hand so as to receive the life force and have protection. Given as a gift, the ruby is a symbol of friendship and love. The ruby is also the symbol of vitality and royalty.
The Ruby is filled with love. It also helps sexual love to be more passionate. Persons lacking in self-love should have and mediate on the Ruby. It also gives the courage to be best potential that a person has.
PURPLE MY FAVORIT COLOR
” Wear head to toe, from amethyst eyes to violet shoes.
Purple is known as the color which represents royalty and nobility so i guess there is no reason to wonder why this year every woman wants to be wearing purple.
It’s a color full of passion that we will be seeing a lot this season.“Historically purple was only worn by the elite , but in autumn/winter 2012-13 it will be for everyone,”
It is undoubtedly the color of the collections.
IT is the color of luxury and passion, of princely robes and papal vestments, dazzling gems and florid prose. And now it’s the reigning color of the season.
Purple is the color of good judgment. It is the color of people seeking spiritual fulfillment. It is said if you surround yourself with purple you will have peace of mind. Purple is a good color use in meditation. Purple has been used to symbolize magic and mystery, as well as royalty. Being the combination of red and blue, the warmest and coolest colors, purple is believed to be the ideal color. Most children love it and it is most favored by the artists.
PURPlE It is undoubtedly the color of the collections. IT is the color of luxury and passion, of princely robes and papal vestments, dazzling gems and florid prose. And now it’s the reigning color of the season.
Purple is the color of Strength, Passion, and Meditati