Thursday, March 22, 2018

Topshop Latest Fashion



Well lately Topshop has been taking money off me left right and centre! I literally would love everything in store but sadly have to budget. 
They really have the best fashion at the moment, every time I wonder in the Norwich store there is a new display calling to me and I have been tempted to a few things. 
When choosing pieces at the moment I'm thinking will I get the wear out of them leading into the warmer days and the pieces I have selected I feel I will be able to style well into spring. 

Possibly my overall favourite look is my suit below as they can easily be styled together or as two separates, the lightweight fabric makes them perfect for spring too.


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My Topshop fashion Haul 







What was your favourite look? 


Leanne x








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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Come To The Glamour Beauty Festival With Me



I have never been to the Glamour beauty festival before so I was so excited to have tickets this year with my friend and sister. 
Non of us had any idea what to expect so I decided to take the camera and film for you and we had the best time. If you haven't ever been you must grab some friends together and head there next year. 









Come to the Glamour beauty festival with me






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Monday, March 12, 2018

The Body Shop: Grown Up Mist


Where you a Dewberry mist or Vanilla mist girl? If that is lost on you then you were not in high school in the 90's. Every girls changing room was a hazy mist of the body shop fragrances. If you couldn't smell the distinct smell of Dewberry or the sickly sweet smell of Vanilla a mile off then you were doing it all wrong.

My back pack essentials (alongside school books of course) were Vanilla mist, a Tea Tree twist up concealer stick which was several shades darker than my natural skin tone and a Miss Sporty mascara. I was a cool kid lol.
My weekends were spent in store rubbing on every lotion and potion and spending my pocket money on more beauty products; not a lot has changed over the years either with the body shop still stocking the classics with some having a more grown up vibe and myself still spending every penny on beauty.



Black Musk

Black musk is right up my street as they say, I'm a lover of fragrances that are slightly heavy as opposed to light floral scents, I like more masculine tones with a hint of sweetness so the mix of pink pepper and bergamot mix well with the vanilla black musk. 

The range includes the body wash, body lotion and 3 different fragrance styles, Eau de parfum, Eau De Toilette and Perfume oil.
The body lotion is silky smooth on your skin and layered with the fragrance gives a deeper long lasting scent.

If heavy scents are not your thing then try the floral fragrance of White Musk or the seductive White Musk Smokey Rose perfume.






Body Shop Classics 

There are some other classics that still remain just as gorgeous as ever, I love the Satsuma body wash,  Coconut body butter and the 'Brush On Bronze' bronzing pearls (I use to pinch these off my mum) 


Brush on bronze 



To shop the range visit your local Body Shop or shop through a consultant for the latest promotions and to be on top on the latest news. 

 Norwich consultant: Samantha



Leanne x

This post was not sponsored, all products purchased by myself. 




























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Sunday, March 4, 2018

Are magnetic lashes any good?


If you haven't already seen there is not such a thing as magnetic lashes; yes you actually sandwich your lashes between two strip lashes with tiny magnets along the length. 
These magnetic lashes are quick to apply and re-usable so I decided to put to the test against a traditional strip lash. 
Ardell.com 


Watch my video below to see what I really thought of this new lash trend




Have you tried these lashes? 





See you soon x 


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