GBridal: Shop for Special Occasion Dresses Without Leaving the House

Gone are the days when people need to wait for days... and even weeks, to have their dresses made for them. With today’s trend, a lot of chores can be done even without leaving the comfort of your home. Armed with computer or laptop and internet connection, you can pay your bills, sell your products or buy whatever you need - from grocery to beauty products and even dresses for special occasions. Yes, you can own that beautiful wedding dress in a matter of days!

Online shopping has been so popular thus looking for shopping websites is never a problem. One of the sites offering fabulous dresses is GBridal. Considering that the site is run by a young team, they are fully aware of the fashion trend so expect that you will be getting only the best when it comes to wedding dresses, wedding party dresses and special occasion dresses.

You can choose from thousands of classy and fabulous dresses and most are at very reasonable price. Despite the number of dresses for sale, navigating through the thousands of dresses is never hard since they are categorized based on your theme (luxury wedding, beach wedding, etc), price, hemline/train, color, type of neckline, back details, sleeve, embellishment, waist and fabric.  You just have to tick the box for the design of your choice and all the dresses with that chosen design will be displayed for you to choose from.

Review: Nanny Rose’ Gugo & Lawat Shampoo

I have always wanted to switch to organic shampoos but after my not-so-good experience from a particular brand, I started to develop apprehensions on trying other brands as well. However, with my current facial skin condition (ugh acne!) and upon learning that one of the ingredients of my shampoo can cause acne, I decided to give organic shampoo a go one more time. After all, I have been using Nanny Rose's Queen Bee Sticks and Pulls (wax) for years so I am hoping that their shampoo is equally great.

I know I have said it many times before that when trying out a new product for the first time, it is better to get the smaller size so just in case you don’t like the product, you won’t feel bad tossing it in the trash. But since the bigger size (200 ml) is the only size available at the time and I was too tired to find a smaller bottle, I settled for it. Does this product from a favorite brand have a potential? Find out...