It’s been a while since I wrote a ‘what I wore‘ post, so I thought I’d write you up a nice little piece about what I wore for Jeff and my weekend in Paris!
Bonus: this post also contains pictures of me looking super awkward because I really haven’t nailed the whole “how to pose for a camera” thing yet. Instead I kind of danced and moved awkwardly while Jeff tried (and succeeded) to get some (any) workable pictures. I’ll be a little bit insulted if you don’t at least giggle at some of these poses I managed to pull.
Many articles have been written about France’s iconic skincare and beauty scene, many popular skincare brands here in the UK are French exports, beauty columnists are always writing about French products, and if you type ‘French beauty buys’ into Google allthetopresultsarearticleslistingthe most popular cult/must have products. So when Jeff and I visited Paris recently, there was absolutely no way I was going to pass up a trip to a French pharmacy…
It’s a bird, it’s a plane – no, it’s the March My Little Box! And this month the theme is bam! pop! pow! splat! – super heroes, of course. Here’s what this little Wonder Woman (a.k.a.: me!) found in her box this month… Continue reading →
Not too long ago I was served a Facebook ad for Romwe, an online retailer speciailising in streetwear styles. The majority of the Facebook ads I receive aren’t right for me (why so many products for babies? I’m not a mum/mom!), but I like fashion, I like style, and the ad included a 60% off code. So, obviously, I clicked through.
Spiezia Organics is an award winning skin care brand, and I met some of the team behind the Cornish company (their products are actually manufactured near Truro) at the Professional Beauty Show with my mate Mitra a few weeks ago. I hadn’t heard of Spiezia before, but she’d actually visited their team in Cornwall several years ago. We got to chatting, and they offered me a Made for Life Facial Cleanser* to try out and review. I’ve been using it for a couple weeks now, and here’s what I think of it.
London-based American designer, Liz Nehdi, launched her first collection at Wolf & Badger in Notting Hill last week. I went along to check out the collection (you lot know I love seeing what London designers are up to, and I really like the items Wolf & Badger curate) and have a cheeky cocktail, of course!