Showing posts with label the cami way. Show all posts
Showing posts with label the cami way. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

BzzAgent: P & G Product Review | The Cami Way

I love free products, don't you?
For those who do not know, I have a review blog (fashion, film, products) and I keep it separate from this blog. I have been thinking of joining the two together but I'm not sure if I should. It's called The Cami Way, in part because my family always say that I do things my way.
Earlier this year I joined BzzAgent, a program that will send products based on your interests and on the product campaign. Last month (June) I got my first campaign and I couldn't believe I had been accepted into it. If you follow me on Instagram or Twitter you have probably already seen the posts I did review the products, but I also wrote a post on them.
Here is an excerpt:

*Disclaimer: The opinions and thoughts expressed in this blog are solely my own. I was given these products for an honest review and were not influenced by the company in any way, shape or form.*
 I received more than I expected and was ecstatic to put them to work.

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Crayola Makeup | Guest post by The Cami Way


*This is a repost of the post I wrote on The Cami Way, on June 5th. This is a guest post in a way.

Hello!
Wow, it's been quite a week! On Thursday and Friday, the temperature here was between 29℃-34℃, it was sweltering and, with the humidity, suffocating. Saturday and Sunday it went down but it was bearable and delightful, but on Monday it was 10℃ (!!!) and was raining. I honestly cannot understand the weather here in QC.
In other news, I was scrolling through my feed when I saw something very interesting that I had to read it twice: Crayola has a makeup line. You read that right Crayola, the arts & craft company, came out with a line of makeup that is in the shape of (guess what): crayons.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Sample Source Spring Review | The Cami Way


Hi, Hi!

I wrote a post about the product box I received from Sample Source. I was given the products, tried it and wrote a review on them.  It was fun and my family enjoyed it.

If you are wondering why it's on a different blog is because I prefer to separate my baking and sewing from my fashion and reviewing.

Here is a little sneak peak ...

Monday, February 19, 2018

A Carmen Miranda Style | The Cami Way

Hi, Hi
I have another blog called The Cami Way and there I post reviews (books, films, and products). There I wrote a post on a Brazilian actress, a singer who had a very unique and lovely style. I wrote on Carmen Miranda's shoes, dresses, headwear and more.
Here is an excerpt:

Carmen Miranda

For those that do not know, Carmen Miranda was a Portuguese-Brazilian actress and sambia dancer from the 1930s-1940s. Her style was the stereotypical dress style of her home city which was both good and bad. As her popularity grew her name soon became the synonym of frilly, off the shoulder tops, eye-catching turbans and overall exotic latin look.