I believe in taking care of yourself
I think investing in yourself is worth a lot of effort, time and money. Your skin is such an important part of beauty and feeling yourself great, that it needs the right attention. Dermalogica is my all-time favorite brand for over many years. Dermalogica knows I’m their biggest fan and together we decided to spoil you big time for the holidays. Dermalogica provided one complete set of all the products I always use. You can win this set by simply subscribing to our newsletter. Use this link to subscribe! http://eu.marliesdekkers.com/en-nl/dermalogica.html
The winner will be picked randomly at December 31st 2014 and will be announced in our newsletter, so keep an eye on your mailbox! (Winners will be picked from our database, so if you are already subscribed you also have a chance to win)
The Dermalogica package which you can win contains:
PreCleanse Wipes, Special Cleansing Gel, Soothing Eye Make-up Remover, Exfoliating Face Brush, Gentle Cream Exfoliant, Multi-active Toner, Skin Hydrating Booster, Skin Smoothing Cream, Skin Hydrating Masque, UltraSmoothing Eye Serum, SkinPerfect Primer SPF30.
Read more about Dermalogica and their entire collection www.dermalogica.com
Sun, sand, scissor kicks
I’m going on a trip and I’m bringing…
Well, unfortunately not my gorgeous personal trainer. But his sexy summer work out is a nice alternative. If you like torture, that is.
“Unlock Your Potential” book launch in New York
Marlies Dekkers, the cult Dutch lingerie artist, launched her new book ‘Unlock your potential’ on February 27th in the Dream Hotel Downtown, New York City… And what a night it was!
Crowned Queen of Scotland at only nine months of age, proud Mary Stuart (1542- 1587) was off to a flying start. A tall beauty with golden-red hair and bewitching hazel eyes, Mary was so charismatic, so brilliant with words that her cousin, Queen Elizabeth I, refused to meet her during their lifetimes for fear of being overshadowed.
Talent for Intrigue
Was Jane Boleyn, aka Viscountess Rochford, a villain or a victim? One thing is certain: no other woman in the 16th century was as closely associated with as many dramatic events…