Whoops, today's the actual date of the one year blogiversary, but thanks to everyone who left me overwhelmingly amazing messages in yesterday's post! Running this blog has been a whirlwind of an adventure, and if I could, I would send you all snazzy presents like "YOU GET A BLUSH! YOU GET A BLUSH! EVERYONE GETS A BLUSH!!!!"
Alright, so I've been thinking about doing this giveaway for months now, and I initially wanted to give away a Chanel cream blush, but realised that is quite pricey, and not all people are comfortable smearing those bad boys on their cheeks yet. SO I've decided to give away a Bobbi Brown blush....LESS EXCITE.
Well well well, look who's been blogging for a year now. (Well, almost—tomorrow's the blog anniversary) It's a little cray to see the progress since day one, because let's face it, all blogs look hideous on day one. I mean, I've advanced the blog to looking a lot less hideous and picked up a ton of html, photography, writing and social skills since then, but here are the lessons I've learned from blogging.
Today's post is going to be a ~serious~ one for y'alls with DSLRS (if you don't have a DSLR, feel free to skip out on this post), hopefully covering the basics of understanding and choosing a new lens. This post is going to be a lengthy one, so BRACE YOURSELVES.
(Shoutout to Shayne for requesting this topic!)