Iconic Look: Christina Aguilera Signature Look

Hey Fashion and Style Police lovers! Happy new month! I am glad August is here. July felt like it dragged on for way too long.

Christina Aguilera the American singer-songwriter is our iconic look of the month this August on Fashion and Style Police. Her signature look is simply amazing. She hasn’t aged a day and she still looks as amazing as she look 20 years ago. I love her signature blonde look and it suits her perfectly. Her music is also iconic. I love majority of her songs. You can easily catch me listening to Christina Aguilera’s tracks on my Spotify playlist. She is such a talented beauty. I love her Beautiful track. It is one of my favourites. I would love to listen to something new from her. It feels like she hasn’t released any new tracks in a bit.

Christina Aguilera 2001

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I remember this red carpet look in 2001. She looked amazing as always. The pink outfit and blonde hair looked so good.

Christina Aguilera 2021

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I am so into this 2021 look Christina is rocking. She looks fab. The hair and outfit tick all the boxes.

It is clear to see Christina Aguilera hasn’t changed a bit in over 20 years. She still looks as amazing in 2021 as she looked in 2001. I guess she has great genes to look this amazing in her forties but I am also sure she puts in the work to look this good. Her blonde hair signature look slays every time.

What do you think of Christina Aguilera’s iconic look? Are you a fan of her signature style? What do you think of her music? Please sound off in the comments section below, let’s chat. You can read all about Brandy’s iconic look and Alicia keys’ iconic look.

Thanks for reading, commenting and sharing. Have a lovely day wherever you are and stay safe.

Product Review: Tisserand Orange Essential Oil

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Hey Essential Oil lovers! Here is a new product review for you. I have been using this Tisserand Orange Organic Pure Essential Oil for many months now. It is one of my regulars, I use it in many different ways. Sometimes I add a few drops in the bath, I also use it in my diffuser and also on my skin. Have you tried this Tisserand Orange Pure Essential Oil?

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The Story of the Orange Essential Pure Organic Oil

The early Arabs were the first to write about the orange, which originated in China. The exact date of its arrival in Europe is not known. It was successfully introduced from Europe to the West Indies in the 15th century, and from there to the New World – the Americas – where it is now mainly grown as a commercial crop.

Sweet orange essential oil is widely used as a food flavouring in confectionary and also as a fragrance note in soaps and toiletry products.

Here are my thoughts:

PROS
  1. I love the fresh citrus fragrance. It smells amazing.
  2. This Essential Oil can be used in a variety of ways like I mentioned before.
  3. It blends in with other essential and carrier oils easily. The best oils to blend the Orange Essential Oil with are Frankincense, Citronella and Ginger.
  4. This Tisserand Orange Essential Oil is pure, 100% natural, vegan and organic.
  5. The orange fragrance stays fresh in the bottle for many months. I have had mine since November 2020 and it still smells like I have newly opened it.
  6. It currently retails at just £3.93 for a 9ml bottle. You can grab yours via the link below –

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CONS

None.

This Tisserand Orange Essential Oil is top quality! It ticks all my boxes and is super handy to have around. I use mine almost every week and I really like it. It is one of those oils you never get tired of using.

What do you think of this Tisserand Orange Essential Oil? Have you tried any of Tisserand Essential Oils? Please share your views in the comments section below. You can read about other essential oils here.

Stella McCartney says fashion industry is unfashionable

The talented fashion designer – Stella McCartney told the press that fashion industry is unfashionable and needs to be more green to save the planet. She mentioned that the fashion industry is one of the most harmful industries in the world and laws need to be in place to ensure the industry is more sustainable. Stella McCartney met with ten CEOs from the world’s biggest companies in Cornwall to discuss the climate crisis and how to ensure fashion is more green.

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Stella McCartney says fashion industry is unfashionable

Here are some excerpts from Stella McCartney’s interview with Sky News –

“I don’t think they know that 150 million trees are cut down for viscose. Whereas I’ve managed to source a sustainable wood pulp in Sweden.

I have always known the fashion industry was doing more harm than good but I looked the other way for many years but no more. It is terrifying to read about the damage the industry is doing to the planet. Sustainable fashion is the way to go and if you are not sure how to go about it, start with buying less, and buying better.

“I don’t think people know anything about it. So for me to be there with these world leaders is really exciting, but also very terrifying because I’m desperate to get across some of the facts and realities of how unfashionable the fashion industry is.”

“I’m kind of here to encourage these world leaders to really look at laws, look at policy change, how to incentivise the young designers of tomorrow, the young fashion houses.”

I hope major changes are made in the fashion industry. Also, I hope sustainable fashion designers are not penalised with huge taxes for going green. It is a shame that anything sustainable is so expensive. It really should be the other way round.

What are your thoughts on sustainable fashion? Do you agree with Stella McCartney about the fashion industry being so unfashionable?

 

 

 

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