Urban Outfitters has the audacity to call these “SHORTS”. LOL!!! Snagged them at the end of summer sale. Looking at the pictures from this trip, I realized that I only wore a bathing suit for swimming/water activities one time. (See previous post) I bought a red suit I wore as a top and alternated my bras/crop tops with bikini bottoms/shorts throughout my stay. I packed most of my make-up and ending up only wearing lipsticks and bronzer most of the time. My skin appreciated the breather. Not sure if it’s the salt water or the mineral scrub I had the Blue Hole (post coming soon) but I’m experiencing some of the best bare skin of my adult life. My skin tone began to return to it’s deep dark hue on this second day. Dark skinned girls unite! It is a shame that my self-esteem was wrecked in my youth, but now in my mid-thirties, I can say with certainly that I love every inch of my body. Every scar, stretch mark and even this bare face. I’ve come a long, long way. Negril’s main beach is often referred to as the “Seven Mile Beach”. Caves and rocky cliffs replace the sandy shoreline as you move further down the coast to the “West End.” You’ll find boutique hotels and Inns that take full advantage of this topography. You can reach the West End by car (about 10-15 minute car ride) or by boat as we did here. The scenery was absolutely spectacular.
Just a brush of bronzer (MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Gold Deposit ) and Milani lipstick (Bronze Beauty). Salt water and natural hair…BIG NO NO! Of course I was trying to be cute and all for the photos, but that night was a STRUGGLE! Thank goodness I packed my Denman Brush. I used a tub (16 oz) of conditioner (Silicon Mix Bambu) during my 10 day stay on the island. Yep. The Lighthouse (West End Negril Landmark)
The first of several amazing sunsets. I can’t wait to share them all.