Jil Sander - review of the Pre-Fall 2020 collection

Jil Sander has been watching with great interest for some time. I am not sure yet whether these projects in 100% appeal to me, but the Pre-Fall 2020 collection made a huge impression on me. I have prepared for you a review of this collection, from which I selected the most interesting projects.

Jil Sander's designs are full of simplicity and class. These are classics in which it will always look good. The Pre-Fall 2020 collection reproduces Viennese patterns that have been used in projects in original proportions and colors. It makes them really special. Anyway, see for yourself and see for yourself that this collection, despite its great simplicity, is truly magical. I think you should also watch Jil Sander because these projects have something special. Other Jil Sander designs from the Pre-Fall 2020 collection can be found at Vogue.com. And to move for a moment to a little warmer places, see the collection Self-Portrait Resort 2020. Photos for this collection are really great!

elegant winter stylization
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simple white dress
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black women's wool coat
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dress with patterns for the winter
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yellow women's bright coat
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winter coat what
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elegant black dress
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how to be elegant in the winter
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winter red women's coat
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elegant black prom dress
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Many women are afraid to wear hats because they think they look bad in them. I thought so too for a long time, and finally discovered what it was. You need to choose the right hat cut for both your style and figure. Too big a hat for a short person will make it look comical (and not mysterious, as she initially wanted). It is true that I wear hats only in the summer (in winter I usually reach for a beret with pearls, and in extremely low temperatures for Emu ear muffs), but I say firmly YES for hats.

trench coat in the spring of 2020
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pearls black blazer
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light silk dress
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what to wear for Christmas Eve
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cream 2020 spring dress
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black dress elegant cut
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I am delighted with this pattern. I love the combination of black and white. With this original pattern, it creates a really interesting composition.

Jil Sander dress with patterns
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elegant women's stylization
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Jil Sander black set
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Blendercleanser solid PRO soap replacement

As you know, I'm a huge fan of Beauty Blender. I tested replacements, e.g. Blend it (see what do I think about Blend it sponge), as well as the highly praised sponge from Wibo (Rossmann) and I humbly returned to Beauty Blender. My Beauty Blender sponge is enough for half a year (contrary to my fears, it doesn't lose its quality, and regularly cleaned and disinfected does not negatively affect my skin). Today I would like to tell you more about the Blendercleanser solid PRO soap - is it worth the price? Or maybe I found a cheaper and equally effective soap (Yes). That's all in today's article about washing Beauty Blender sponges.

what to wash with a beauty blender

For years, when I used this sponge to apply foundation, I tossed you ideas for washing it. I used for years Carex oils or soap, but it wasn't until I received the tiny, black Blendercleanser solid PRO soap that I felt a huge difference in washing my sponges. The Carex soap scrubs sponges very well, but after washing they are quite rough and quickly lose their color. After the solid PRO soap from Beauty Blender, the sponges are not only clean, but also very soft (just like the first time). At first, I was afraid that the black soap would dye my sponges, but fortunately nothing happens. Big Beauty Blender is pink, while the small is powder pink and he also has not changed his color.

The black carbon soap perfectly cleans sponges. I can safely say that it even rinses out foundation or concealer under the eyes (I also have a small Beauty Blender mini sponge, which I use with the Chanel concealer) at an express pace - just a few seconds and the sponge is clean. For a moment I even thought about buying this soap, but in my opinion its price is exaggerated. Beauty Blender Blendercleanser solid PRO soap costs 169 PLN. Hello! This is the soap ONLY ... it's not made of gold, so I really don't know where the cosmic price comes from. I thought that I would look for a cheaper substitute and I succeeded the first time (it can be said that it was a golden shot). Ania from the Classy Simple Life blog, who analyzed and compared the compositions of soaps, helped me a lot in searching for a replacement, for which I would like to thank you.

what to wash makeup sponges

I found my favorite Beauty Blender sponge in the Tuli soap factory in Gdańsk. This soap is brilliant and just as well as express cleans sponges. In addition, the composition is very similar - in both soaps you will find oils, thanks to which dirt is washed away quickly, and in addition the sponge does not lose its softness. After washing Beauty Blenders there is the same softness effect as after washing them with soap dedicated to cleaning the sponges. And now the important issue - the price. This Tuli carbon soap is 2x bigger and costs PLN 14 plus shipping costs. Compared to solid pro soap, which costs PLN 169, this is a huge difference.

beauty blender what to wash makeup sponges

If you are thinking about buying a black soap dedicated to wash Beauty Blender - Blendercleanser solid PRO sponges, I definitely recommend you to buy Tuli carbon soap, which will perfectly clean not only your sponges, but also brushes (I washed with this soap Zoeva brushes and here also it worked perfectly). And for the remaining amount you can buy me a decaf coffee on plant milk as a thank you 😉