Hello beauties! I know, I know no one’s excited on Monday’s but hopefuly you’ll enjoy my post 🙂 I want to warn you that this will be a long post with a lot of photos, just because I wanted to put everything in a single post. Today you’ll also meet my boyfriend, Armand, which was pretty amazing because he came with me, he carried my bag and all that gentelmanly stuff, and he was so patient during the day, because I know many boys don’t get their girlfriends to makeup shopping, so I think I’m very lucky.
As I already told you Saturday, I went to Bologna with my boyfriend to this huge exhibition, called Cosmoprof and afterwards, we went into the city centre to take a walk and see the city, since I’ve never been to Bologna before.
We had our train at 6.46, which is insanely early for me but we wanted to be there by 9 at least. We arrived at Bologna’s train station by 8.40 and then we walked for 3 km to get to the exhibition (nice morning walk).
Cosmoprof, is a worldwide exhibition for all things beauty related. There were lots of brands I would like to try, as Revlon, Nyx, Physicians Formula and many other, but unfortunately they were not selling 😦 I was so disappointed 😦 However I managed to get some Makeup Revolution palettes and the Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque, that everyone raves about, and I’ll be doing a review on that soon. If you want a review on the palettes I got let me know and I’ll do that.
We got out from the exhibition by 12.30 and e went in the city centre to eat something and of course we had Mc Donald’s, one a week junk food never killed anybody. 😀 There was also a big demonstration, which I wasn’t pretty happy with that but anyway we had fun and we got to see some beautiful places.
We walked around for a few hours and then we took the train at 16.20 and got back home cause we were exhausted. But not before eating a Nutella and chocolate ice cream crepes. 😀
My feet still hurt from the walk but it was definitely worth it.
Hope you’re all having a great day! ❤
To travel, is to live.
-Hans Christian Andersen