June 2015

I'm currently on holiday with my boyfriend in beautiful Italy, in a teeny village called Vietri Sul Mare on the Amalfi Coast. We've taken advantage of the incredible cuisine and have had our fair share of pasta, pizza and limoncello, but the one area I seem...

MAC Cosmetics and I have been in a long-term relationship for a while now. Their lipsticks were the first I ever bought with my pocket money, and I've accumulated quite a stash (£16 in total) over the years. The huge range of shades, formulas and...

After trialling the MooGoo Oil Cleanser earlier this year, I was excited when MooGoo contacted me try out some more products. I'd had the Blemish Cleansing Moisturiser on my radar for a while, so along with a mineral powder foundation from Dusty Girls, they popped...

Last year I discovered the wonder that is And Other Stories (or & Other Stories, but you know what I'm referring to). Their huge selection of bodycare, skincare and makeup offers a gorgeous range of delicious scents, with clean, streamlined and sophisticated packaging to boot....

I seem to be on a bit of a skincare streak. Last week I reviewed Nivea's new micellar water and The Body Shop's summer launches, the week before included a Nourish skincare breakdown, and today I'll be raving about the gorgeous Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm from...

I was super gutted to miss The Body Shop's #HappySkin event two weeks ago due to some severe cold and flu symptoms, but the wonderful team were kind enough to offer some products to try out at home. Having a sparkly package bursting with skincare...

May has been a great month. I started my new job, went away for the weekend to Ellenborough Park (possible the most gorgeous hotel I've ever stayed in), and discovered some gorgeous new products as well as some old favourites from my skincare and makeup...

There seems to be a misconception about bloggers - a stereotype that suggests we're work-from-home sloths, and we spend our days brain-dumping from bed in our PJ's. The actual truth of the matter is that the majority of the bloggers I know work full-time, and...