Autumn Beauty Essentials

So with the return of the chilly weather and its temperature change, this brings a change in my beauty must-haves. My skin is fairly dry a lot of the time no matter the weather anyway, but in the colder seasons my face has a tendency to turn super dry and very cornflake like, which is as pleasant as it seems!

So here’s a round up of my favourite beauty products this autumn, both old and new, that help my skin to stay nice and hydrated..Read More »

Giveaway prize unboxing!

As you may have heard a couple of weeks ago, I was lucky enough to win an amazing giveaway that was hosted on Ryane’s blog (check her out HERE) which contained lots of little goodies that I have been eagerly waiting to try out! Thankfully it didn’t take too long for the package to get all the way to me in the UK, and was here waiting for me a week later when I returned from my break at Chapel St Leonards.

So for the last couple of week I have been trying out all the little goodies in order to give you all an insight into my thoughts on them and which ones I love and which ones I’m not too keen on.Read More »

  My MAC Lipstick wishlist!

I’ve never really been much of a lippy person, except for special occasions and going out as I just don’t really think it suits
me. However more recently I’ve been feeling a bit more adventurous and have started growing my lipstick collection, to attempt to become one of ‘those’ girls!

I’ve always been a bit dubious about using bright colours as my skin is naturally kinda tanned as I catch the sun very easily, so I tend to go for the darker colours or any shade of red rather than pinks.

So as that my lipstick shelf is slowly getting bulkier due to the endless amount of time I spend on beauty websites and my inability to walk past Superdrug or Boots without buying something, I’ve decided that I would share some of my research and recent finds from the MAC website!Read More »

Review: The Invisibobble

The Invisibobble!

About a month ago, thanks to my lovely housemate’s girlfriend, I received 3 ‘invisibobbles’ from a local hairdressers to test out and review! After all the hype about these little springy rings I wanted to see if they were as good as everyone has made them out to be!

The Invisibobble is supposed to be a ‘traceless hair ring’ that can be used instead of a regular hair tie. Meaning that if like me you like to have straightened hair but can’t work with it hanging in your face, you should be able to tie your hair up for numerous hours and have no kinks when the ring is removed. The ring is also made from a recyclable, eco-friendly plastic material which can be easily cleaned and also come in different colours such as the usual black, brown, white and also clear or funk neon colours! I usually like to have hair ties that are similar to my natural hair colour but I opted for the clear option because of summer coming up and the sun tends to make my hair lighter, so my hair is likely to go from a dirty blonde to a lighter blonde!Read More »