Monday, September 18, 2017


Hello Dears,

This week end I went to the Smmmile Vegan Pop Festival with Morgane, a work colleague, and it was rad !
We ain't vegan but let's say vege-friendly. Always a good thing to learn about ecology though 🌱🌱

(In order from the pictures)

I met Natou from @Natoushop she's a stylist and crazy vintage look inspirer. On her Instagram she posts some outfits and clothes she's selling but also donating sometimes ! She doesn't want to buy new but recycle fashion mostly.
There was my friend Anne Verhague doing some make up at a really small price (even though she's a great make up artist !) to promote some vegan make up products. I already had some make up on so I couldn't try, such a shame.
We stopped at the Dr Martens Photo Booth corner (even though we have one in our shop...) presented here thanks to its vegan shoe line. The material is made from plastic but very soft and not like the faux-leather you can find everywhere. The glue used is also coherent with the Vegan chart.

Plim is a real discovery ! I already heard about the menstrual cup, but I had the chance to ask questions about the periodic protection. I thought it would stink but in fact the plastic used in the ones commercialized in supermarkets make it worth ! The fabric maintains the smell and there are some buttons to roll it before you wash it. From a light to a super absorbant protection it's around 14 to 27€.

Drops concept store is all about ecologic ingredients in cosmetics. I was mostly intrigued by its deodorant which are mainly made from shea butter and really nourishing but can also stop sweating... I haven't try though. ( deodorant from 13€)

What I loved and bought (at last!) was a washing powder dose from Mamie Cendrine. It's cruelty free and handmade I'm looking forward to try in the next machine !

We ate like queens at the booth of Jay & Joy a vegan dairy store in Paris; I didn't even know they had a shop ! It's not cheese so don't expect anything like it but the one I preferred was kind of similar to some feta if you spread it. Yummy ! (fake cheese around 5€)

And to finish the day I had a tattoo... I was so excited ! The tattoo artist is Katie McPayne and she uses vegan cruelty free ink. She's also a hell of woman this is purely an abstract feeling but I love what draws out from her energy.
Go check her work !


(I was so cold at this time...)

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