Thursday, September 7, 2017

How To Look & Feel Like Supermodel, Sara Sampaio + GIVEAWAY!


Some of us stalk celebs like Jenn Aniston, Selena Gomez, Ryan Goz, etc.

Me? If I’m not stalking Kate Middleton and her adorable kids, I’m stalking supermodels. Everyone from Cindy Crawford to Behati Prinsloo. Mainly their skincare and beauty secrets. Because let’s face it, they all seems to have perfect skin. So, naturally I want to know how, why, when, what they’re using, etc.

My latest obsession is supermodel, Sara Sampaio. Victoria Secret model, Portuguese, 26-year old BOMBSHELL. She’s SUCH a natural beauty. She just signed on as the Beauty Ambassador for Moroccanoil.


This of course, excited me because A) I LOVE Sara Sampaio. And B) If she’s using these products, then I want them too!

I did a little digging, and figured out which products she’s using. Moroccanoil was kind enough to send over the chicest all-white, straw beach bag, with not only the products that Sara uses, but also a gorgeous white caftan that’s one of Sarah’s faves! Naturally, I was squealing when the beach bag arrived. Because now, I get to try out the products that Sara uses. (Read till the end, I'm doing a giveaway!)


Sara's Faves.

So, I’ve been testing them for the past few weeks now, and let me tell you…if you guys haven’t used Moroccanoil’s body products yet, get on board! We all know how fabulous the Moroccanoil hair products are. I have been using their hair oils and hairsprays for years now, and I’m absolutely obsessed with them. But for the first time, I got to try out their body products, and WOAH.


Here are Sara Sampaio’s (and my) faves:

Moroccanoil Shimmering Body Oil:

Who doesn't love a little shimmer in their body oil?? This product has ingredients such as Argan Oil and Sesame Oil, so obviously I jumped on board. The shimmering oil is super hydrating, and has a tiny bit of shimmer for that glowy look. I love the feeling of this on my skin. It feels smooth and silky. I also love that it doesn’t leave a residue after. It’s lightly fragranced with the signature scent of Moroccanoil and absorbs quickly into your skin.



Moroccanoil Body Soufflé:

This body soufflé is something I like to use right out of the shower on damp skin. It’s a lightweight, whipped cream that drenches your skin in hydration. This is best for someone with very dry skin. It’s got ingredients of Argan Oil and Shea Butter, leaving your skin EXTRA smooth. It’s also great for anti-aging! I like to use it under my neck for tightening. Many of us forget about our neck when moisturizing, which can age pretty quickly!

Ps. I'm going to need another one of these, since my best friend stole this from me yesterday.


Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray:

This is something new that I tried out. You guys know how much I love that beachy look. It’s SO hard to achieve that look unless your hair is AT LEAST 2 days old and got a shit ton of products in there. Mine needs a good 3-4 days of not washing it AND this dry texture spray. It’s good when you want that instant beachy look without the dirty hair. This spray gives you the right amount of hold, without leaving your hair feeling stiff, and it's perfect for styling.


Moroccanoil Treatment Oil:

Lastly, we all know and LOVE this product. This is Moroccanoil’s signature product that has been around forever. I’ve been using this for years, and I love it. All you need is a couple drops of this oil, and your hair looks shiny and beautiful! I use so many hot tools to style my hair, and I feel like this treatment restores it! It gives life to my hair when my ends are dry and brittle. You can use this on damp or dry hair.


Ok, so there you have it.

I’m pretty proud of my stalking skills. LOL.

Who else should I stalk? Send me suggestions!

GIVEAWAY TIME!! Because YOU guys need to try out these products too!


How to enter:


1. Head over to my Instagram @thechicconfidential.

2. Follow me.

3. Comment on my latest post and tell me WHY you need these products in your life. 

BONUS ENTRY: Tag a friend who might also love these products.

***Giveaway closes Tuesday, Sept. 12th***


Okay, how was everyone's long weekend?

If you we're following along on Snap/Insta, you know I was spending it wine-touring around Niagara-on-the-Lake. Long weekends should be spent drinking copious amounts of wine, no? I mean, I think so. We visited a BUNCH of beautiful wineries this weekend. We of course did the wine bike tour with Grape Escapes again, because they are amazing and all of you should try this! If you have no idea what I'm talking about, read this post.

We visited four new wineries this time around. I have no idea how I managed to ride around 18km, but somehow I did it. I don't think I slowed down the group either! Yay me. I did however, manage to drop my phone out of my back pocket while riding back, and pannnnikedd when I realized my phone was gone. Luckily, we live in the best country in the world (with the kindest people) and an older couple found it. We ended up calling my phone, and they picked up and met us somewhere to give it back. They were wonderful!! I could NOT be more thankful for them. Who puts a phone in a back pocket while riding a bike?? I blame the wine...

Once that was settled, we decided to do a few more wineries on our own. Because, clearly we weren't finished with wine tastings...

We visited Two Sisters Winery, which was my personal favourite. The winery was so chic. They had the most beautiful chandeliers, and the yummiest wine ever! A rosé to die for. We also stopped at The Hare Wine Co. Another gorgeous winery. Very rustic looking, lots of brick and wood. We visited Wayne Gretzky's, and Southbrook Winery also. To be very honest, you can't go wrong with any of the wineries in NOTL. They are ALL so beautiful. I kind of want to just quit everything here, and move in by a vineyard. The view doesn't get old. Trust me.

Who's been? What are your favourite wineries in Niagara-on-the-Lake? I go at least once every summer (if not more) and wineries are top of the list.

K, chat soon loves.

Xx, kim




This post was in collaboration with Moroccanoil. As always, all opinions are my own.

Photography by Victoria Jmourko.



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