I’ve always been a fan of experimental beauty, but what’s held me back is the price of some products. Although you often pay for what you get, I’m always looking for accessible products that keep my make up playful without breaking the bank- and also being cruelty-free! That’s where PS (or Primark beauty) comes in.
It’s been 12 months since I shut down my two separate Blogger pages and set sail on a writing adventure- new domain, new name and some definite ups and downs! I’m marking the blogiversary by chatting about all the things I’ve learned so far.
So last Saturday little ol’ me jumped on a London-bound train. Next stop Farringdon, which played host to The Blogger’s Hub’s Summer Penthouse Party with Spectrum Brushes! Glitter, unicorns, doughnuts and make up galore awaited me- it was a fab day so thank you to The Blogger’s Hub for having me! Your first event can be a little nerve-wracking and I have to admit I was a little anxious as I was going alone- so for anyone who has an event coming up, or as looking to attend them in the future, here are my tips!
After doing a wee poll on my Twitter, I took the leap and decided to talk a bit about beauty! I’ve never been overly confident with it, but I’ve always loved experimenting with make up so I’ve decided to start a series to talk about how I play around with different cosmetics. First up, a gothic doll look.
I’ve always been a huge fan of Scotland, and there aren’t many places that top the picturesque landscape IMO. Rolling hills, haunting glens, vast lochs and quaint villages- it’s no wonder many parts of the Highlands are used in some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters.
When it comes to accessories, I love a good watch, but I’m always conscious that it might clash with an outfit I’m wearing. Fraser Collection kindly sent me one of their watches and I really wanted to write about the appeal of a minimalist watch.
Hey internet babes,
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and I’ve been agonising over whether I should talk openly about the issue of psychological well being in the workplace, but I feel this week is providing me the perfect opportunity, so here goes.