Excuse me while I crack my knuckles and blow the cobwebs off my keyboard. It’s the moment when you’re close enough to someone, you can look in their eyes and see the memories etched upon their mind. You can see … Continue reading
To my 18-year-old self
The gargantuan prevalence of social media has reached stratospheric proportions and, more often than not, celebrities are taking to its helm and steering their own publicity via Twitter, Facebook and some of their lowlier counterparts. Shunning paid PR professionals, celebs ranging from … Continue reading
“So do you like him?”
“Are you going to see him again?”
“Well, I don’t think so”
“Why? I thought you said he was lovely, very kind, took you out, and brought you your favourite wine? What’s the problem?”
“He’s too nice”
Cameron Diaz is fighting for the rights of the public!! Oh no wait, that says…pubic
I had an epiphany during a session of I.P.Hell (laser hair removal). Now I’ve had half naked epiphanies before. Usually of the ‘Oh god. Abort. What have I just seen??’ ilk. But wearing a pair of paper knickers and some … Continue reading
Man Mix Ups
After an extremely personal look at my face during the face mask testing, I thought it about time for an equally personal look at something that might be even more blemished and flawed – my relationship with men. Hard to believe given those incriminating photos, but this may well be true.
Previously, I publicly imposed upon myself a ‘man ban’, or at least considered it. The implementation of which has been easy (It has been a week, apart from the man on the bus who coughs at me, my romantic dalliances amount to: nil). The mentality is still a struggle. Maybe a man ban is the wrong way to go? Absolute zero is a bit tragic. Perhaps a swing in the complete opposite direction? Tactical sluttery, if you will. Here is why…
There will follow a series of make-up free and dismal photos of me and my sister, all in the name of product testing. Unless you want to be unceremoniously put off – avoid reading this whilst eating or getting jiggy with it.
I have already raved about my love of REN Invisible Pores Detox Mask in this post, so I decided to be a lovely sister and let my similarly facially challenged sister try it for herself.
I had been given a sample of Glamglow when I purchased my REN mask, so now was a good a time as any to try it out.
This weekend has consisted of a lot of
Prosecco, Wine, Vodka, Gin, Cocktails -Drinks and Sunday Roast, Ice Cream, Chippies bad food. I have worn A LOT of make up and fake tan while visiting Newcastle so my skin has taken a hefty beating this weekend. The state of my skin couldn’t make this more apparent.
No.7 Hot Cloth Cleanser
As my favourite Liz Earle Cleanser ran out, I was ready to hotfoot it to Boots and repurchase this creamy, dreamy face fixer. Then I walked in to three brown envelopes asking me for various amounts of money for non-essential things like ‘water’ and ‘electricity’. I had a rethink and scoured some of my favourite blogs for an alternative.
Beauty favourites from the month of March
This month, there seemed to be an unprecedented influx of new products, or, more likely, due to blogging I have no wbecome acutely aware of my addiction to my face and what goes on it. I may have a problem, but at least I am mindful about it.