Spring Fashion Haul

Spring is the best time for wardrobe rejuvenation (i.e. buying loads of new things because the suns out and so is all of your existing wardrobe). The shops have all their spring/summer collections – it’s the best time to buy because spring trends tend to stick for the rest of the year and the shapes are styles are the best of autumn and summer rolled into one – structured and comfortable but form flattering – and Zara have made it soo easy. Look good. Feel good. Do good. Here’s my haul… Cream Bandeau Jumpsuit – Asos – £55   Orange Creeper Style Trainers – Missguided – £25                Striped Crop Top – Zara – £12.99 Tie Front Sweatshirt – Missguided – £20 Flowing Halter Neck – Zara – £22.99              Tie Back Denim Top – Zara – £17.99 Red Ribbed Jumpsuit – Zara – £17.99 Suede Leather Sandals – Zara – £19.99  Cross Body Green Bag – Zara – £9.99 X Facebook Comments

Where to Buy 3D Mink Eyelashes!

I’m obsessed with 3D Mink Eyelashes. I wear them everyday and they have now become one of one of the 1000000 beauty products that have become compulsory before I’m allowed to see another human being. This is both bad and good. But mostly good. If you’ve never heard of these they are basically a gift from the Beauty Gods – normal strip lashes, but thicker, layered and fluffier. Downside – They’re fairly new on the block so there’s not a tonne of companies that stock them… So I’ve done what I do best (online shopping) and made a lovely list for you all so you don’t have to do the leg work/finger work. Starting with my favourite – yes these have had there own special post, back when I first discovered them! Lilly Lashes These come Lilly Ghalichi and the Kardashians are a fan of these. This brand make them big and bold, I use the style Miami because I think these are the most natural looking but they are still big lashes. These are £29 so quite expensive but definitely worth it. I’ve had so many compliments on them and they are much better quality and so much more… View Post

The Best Online Makeup Stores

Hi guys, I’ve been discovering a lot of amazing brands in skincare and makeup recently and a lot of them are from the US and difficult to buy in the UK without massive postage costs. So I’ve put together a list of the best online stores where you can trust that you’ll only find the best of the best – that you already know or have heard of but they’re also the best places to discover new products and brands that you know you’re going to love! Cult Beauty This website really lives up to it’s name for discovering the best brands and especially in skincare they really know their stuff; but it does cover makeup, aromatherapy, hair & body as well. This website is always on top of the latest trends and caters for every skin issue be it acne or anti-ageing. Full of Higher-end products but you definitely get the results. Brands to try: May Lindstrom, Korean brand ‘Mizon’, Zelens, Tata Harper   Beauty Bay Beauty Bay is the place to go to purchase your US brands and other top makeup brands without having to shell out a tonne on delivery. Brands to try: Gerard Cosmetics, Pur, Cargo, Anastasia Beverly… View Post

The Best of Bold Matte Lip Colours

So Since my Lime Crime Velvetines Post – a tonne of brands have come up with their own lines of Matte Lip Colours and in my opinion – the phrase ‘too much of a good thing’ never knew a matte liquid lipstick. And a bold matte lip is my favourite. Extra perks other than looking good are that they last forever and you barely have to reapply because they’re super high pigment. You can find all your Kylie Jenner alternatives and some more daring stuff here. Most of these brands are from the US but I’ve linked up some British stores for you. Here are some brands that you may not have heard of – but they’re top quality and something that some other highstreet/mid-price brands don’t! Gerard Cosmetics Kat Von D   NYX Cosmetics OCC Makeup Jeffree Star Cosmetics Facebook Comments

The Best Highlighters for Dewy Skin

It’s all about dewy skin, Strobing, Highlighting – basically we want that ‘da-diiiing’ moment, like in teeth whitening adverts – just with the sun shining off our beautiful, ethereal, radiant skin instead. And this isn’t too much to ask if you’ve got the right foundation and the right Highlighter for your skin type. With this though – and generally but especially this, it’s really important not to overload your face with product, less is more ! I’ll walk you through… So for normal or combination skin I’d definitely suggest a gel or cream highlight – because your skin will soak it up and blend evenly and leave the most natural finish. Also to point out, always use a liquid or cream highlighter before you use any powder base products – if you apply after this will move and lift any powder you’ve just set. I personally don’t like anything with too much glitter, I prefer something a little more subtle and dewy so my favourite highlighter product of all time is Milk Face Gloss – it’s a creamy/gel consistency and blends really well, is really natural looking and would go with any makeup look – and it’s middle of the… View Post