Whether you’re single, taken or somewhere in-between, we know sometimes it’s not easy to make plans for Valentine’s Day. Where to find that special gift or hot spot where you could take your loved one(s) to celebrate this cultural but now so commercial feast? Do you feel a bit of pressure on that particular day as you want to show to your better half that you can make more efforts than usual to show her/him that you are truly in love and really mean it? I’d say relax even though actions speak louder than words, your partner can feel it everytime you’re together if your love is genuine or not. The way you make them happy and smile everyday means everything and truly love shouldn’t be celebrate only once per year but every day. However, who doesn’t love being spoiled now and then really! So if you’re having a hard time to make plans or don’t know where to start, I selected a few Valentine’s Day sweet treats ideas you could offer or do together with the light of your life to celebrate the “Day of Love”. 
Beauty Makeover at SEPHORA
It’s sales time at Sephora til the 21st February and this is an occasion to buy to yourself or your lady a nice gift such as fragrances,makeup, skin care products, etc. There are many offers for beauty and all the brands you love trust me.

It has been a year that I discovered Aroma-Zone when I was looking for skin care products for my acne. If you’ve read my previous post on the Beauty page about Aroma-Zone you’ll understand why I’ve become so addicted to their products. The aromatherapy has become part of my daily skin care routine, there are lots of natural beauty recipes that you can learn from the experts team at Aroma-Zone and the fun part is that you can do it from the comfort of your home too. Wait, did I tell you that these products have reasonable prices too? Well yes!
Now why don’t you book an appointment for the two of you at their classy and cozy Boutique-Spa and let yourselves pampered with a nice massage, facial, bath or sauna in a relaxed atmosphere with beautiful candles lights and essential oils scents?

Dress To Kill 

Le66 Champs-Elysées is the biggest concept store in Paris with more than 1200m2 over 4 floors and 3 different stores. It has a wide brand mix of more than 200 international designers and present men and women ready-to-wear as well as shoes and accessories.

This is one of my favourite online stores that sells a wide range of international designers brands and you can be sure to find that perfect and trending dress or any other outfit, handbag, shoes, accessories, makeup you are looking for. They also sell menswear so guys go also check it out, I promise you won’t be disappointed.
UNIQLO is a Japanese fashion brand which is very popular as they offer a unique concept  of quality casual wear for everyone at competitive prices. Their clothing are simple,essential and universal so that everyone can define easily their own freestyle daily. They present men, women, kids and babies wear. They are having sales now and if you’re looking to shop on a limited budget, you’ll definitely find something that will make you happy!
   Romantic Dinner at Le Georges + Le Pink Bar

Futuristic, Le Georges restaurant’s architecture is similar to the Georges Pompidou Museum itself. Located on the roof top of the Pompidou Centre, Le Georges is one of the hot spots in Paris you don’t want to miss whether you live here or are on holidays. While enjoying your dinner or just standing by its large terrace, you have an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and Montmartre. We mainly go there for the quality of the food and the service of course! A good selection of fresh and tasty foie gras, lobster, beef or porc ribs and a yummy chocolate fondant for dessert will make the fins gourmets like me happy.

If you just want to drink with your darling, Le Pink Bar offers you a variety and great cocktails made with vodka, lime and other flavours that you can enjoy in an intimate, fun and cozy atmosphere.

Happy Valentine’s Day lovebirds, Enjoy!


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