I’ve always loved experimenting with my hair, but since bleaching my locks back in October, I’ve been on an experimental journey which led to a bit of a disaster! Luckily for me, the wonderful Ursula at Ena Salon near Holborn got in touch and she fixed me right up.
Working in retail, it’s commonly known that it’s important to know what your customer ‘looks like’. A style tribe if you will. That got me thinking recently about how you define your own style, and whether I wanted to really stick myself in a box, or want everyone else to define me as liking a certain style- what if you don’t feel like you fit into any particular box?
It’s pretty much impossible to go through life without comparing yourself to a single person, but in an age of social media when you only have to use your thumb to scroll and someone’s life is in front of you, it’s kinda hard not to second guess yourself.
Easter is almost upon us chicas and I couldn’t be more egg-cited (sorry!). Here is my second recipe in the run up to the celebration- simple chocolate bark, made occasion-appropriate with some pastel colouring and Mini Eggs (of course!).
You know that hollow feeling when you finish your favourite TV show? Yup, I have that right now. It aches, you know? the obsession you had with a show and now it’s over, you kinda don’t know what to do with yourself… to ease my pain, I’ve basically been going around and telling everyone and anyone about my new fave show Sneaky Pete
Today I want to cover a more sensitive issue because recently I’ve been feeling so strongly about it. I follow the wonderful Callie Thorpe, and on Twitter last month she questioned why slimmer girls don’t call out the body shaming of larger women, and it got me thinking.