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FAQ

Hello beautiful! Here are some of my most frequently asked questions. If there are anything else you want to know feel free to drop me a line down below.

1. What does the name Bellezza Bee mean?

Answer: The name Bellezza mean Beauty in Italian. The Bee is that wonderful insect moving around in search of nectar from beautiful flowers to produce sweet honey. Bellezza Bee represents my continuous search for beauty.

2. What kind of camera do you use?

Answer: For ease of use, I use a point and shoot camera, Sony Cybershot DSC-w560 14.1mp. For more clarity and professional looks, I use the Canon EOS Rebel T3i. I may even take photos using my Samsung S4 phone camera if the situation requires it.

3. Apart from blogging what do you do work wise?

Answer: I am a QHSE Manager in a local manufacturing company. My first degree is in Chemistry so I do find particular interest in the science behind beauty products. My masters degree is in Environmental Engineering so I have other interest in the environment, nature as a whole and how things work.    

4. What is your nationality and ethnicity?

Answer: I was born in Guyana since my father is from Guyana but my mom is Trinidadian. We moved to Trinidad when I was quite young. I have dual citizenship. I'm mixed with Indian, Chinese and Portuguese.

5. Any advice for a new comer wishing to get into blogging?

Answer: Blogging is hardwork. Post only work that you are proud of and not just for the sake of posting. Clear photos are essential to your post. Connect with other similar bloggers for support and advice. Make time to connect with your readers. Be yourself.

6. Do you accept products for review?

Answer: Sure! I do not accept compensation for reviews but if products are provided you can be sure of a totally honest review. I mark each blog post so that my readers know which ones have products that were provided for consideration.  

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