NATIO – Hand creams – REVIEW

Hi 🙂 🙂

Today I spent a lot of time catching up with my family in New Zealand. I had plenty of fun chats with my sisters and brother. It was great chatting to my Mum as well ❤ ❤

Today I am reblogging a post on some of my favourite hand creams from Natio. I love hand creams so much and use them daily.

I hope you are having a great day and that you have a nice weekend ahead of you. Hopefully you get to relax.

Right now I am about to study. I do not feel like it, but I have to. I cannot wait to get these assignments done!

Ok, I better go now. Thank you so much for reading. Have a great day!


Capili Jiron x

Artist by Beauty

Hand creams are a big must have for me. I use them at least 5 times a day.

I just can not stand having dry hands. My hands tend to feel dry after drawing and painting for hours. Also when doing the dishes (I always hand wash dishes as I never have enough dishes to put in the dish washer >^.^<).

What I look for in a hand cream is that it is: not greasy, leaves my hands feeling soft/smooth, and that it smells wonderful.

post-18-nov-2016-pic-6Natio is an Australian owned company who make a great range of skincare and make-up products in Australia. I have use Natio products for many years as they work really well on my skin. I purchased two Natio hand creams last month (see skincare haul here).

Here are my thoughts:

Natio – Wellness – Hand Cream SPF 15 – I purchased this hand cream…

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Artist painting techniques – BOOK

I hope you are having a great day! 🙂 🙂 I have been super busy with work, lots of study, and painting.

Speaking of painting I thought I would repost this post, on this great painting techniques book. It really is a wonderful book with great tips from beginner to advance, and I have been referring to it lately.

I will be posting my first sewing post tomorrow as an introduction to my sewing series. Will also be replying to your comments now ❤ ❤

Thank you so much for reading. Enjoy your day!


Capili Jiron x x

Artist by Beauty

Art books are a great way to start learning as a beginner or expand on your existing art skills.

I love reading art books. Learning new techniques from different sources is great, as everybody has a different style of teaching. Watercolours, acrylics, and oils are favourite media’s of mine. My most favourite media to use when painting is oils.

Post 2 Dec 2016 Pic 1.pngArtist Painting Techniques – by Dorling Kindersley (DK) – I purchased this beautiful book for $45 from a local bookshop. I usually get my books online as they tend to be more cheaper, but I was out for the day shopping so I bought it. It’s always nice to support local small businesses.

This book is very helpful. It has four sections:

The first section is called ‘The basics’ – under which it teaches: how to get started with painting, observational skills, colour theory, perspective and composition, pencil-drawing basics, using…

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HAUL – New watercolour pencils and pastels – ART SUPPLIES

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas 🙂 🙂 I had a great Christmas with lots of yummy food, lots of fun, watched some movies, and also anime. The following products are some of the gifts I received for Christmas. I am so happy to receive these as I love using different media's in my … Continue reading HAUL – New watercolour pencils and pastels – ART SUPPLIES