I went from having Lush's Caca Rouge Henna hair colour to blonde hair in a day. Here's how I did it!
With us now in the new year, it can feel like the perfect time of the year to experiment with our appearance, whether that be by playing with makeup more (or less, you do you!), wearing new clothes that are out of your comfort zones or, you could switch up your hair.
My first ever makeup tutorial! I won't lie, I was nervous to film my makeup routine but it's good to push yourself out of your comfort zone. Plus, I've had a few requests for one, so there was no way I was going to let you down!
A few weeks ago I was contacted by some of the lovely people at Wake Skincare, and they asked if they could send me their eye gel for an honest review. Not wanting to pass up an opportunity, of course I said yes! Who doesn't love getting to try new things out! [AD-Gifted]
This week I came across something called Henna Hair Dye - found at Lush, and after doing a bit of research, I decided to get some and give it a go.
Recently I found something called 'The Curly Girl Method', and it's said to be the best way to embrace your natural kinks, curls and waves, and apparently makes your hair healthy and teaches you how to properly manage your hair.
This week I'm talking about something I never thought I'd do. As an experiment I decided to get my belly button pierced in order to learn to love my stomach.
These are the products that I use on a daily basis to give myself a little boost and then what I use when I'm off out or having photos taken.
Most of my makeup is pretty cheap, and can be found at your local Boots or Superdrug and then I have a few products that are a little pricier but not too expensive.
Hello lovelies!! Winter is in full swing and it's absolutely freezing here! Which means I'm wrapping up in bundles of jumpers.. and my duvet. Since Winter is well under way, I thought I'd let you into what I've been loving and wearing this season.
t's the time of year where we're being bombarded with adverts to buy the latest slimming supplement, drink, diet and workout plan; and it sucks. For those of us learning to love our bodies for what they are (beautiful, in case you're not sure), being constantly told that we need to lose weight now that Christmas is over is just horrible.
So for the past week and a bit I've been putting together a list of body positive and self-care Instagram's that you need to be following!