Just a quick 15 seconds tutorial… Featuring this gorgeous burnt orange blush from BeautiesFactory. I went for a multi functional product on both the cheeks and eyes. I created a 90's inspired look for everyday occasion using their 20 piece makeup brush set also from BeautiesFactory.
This look took about 5 minutes after applying my usual foundation, concealer, lipstick and eyebrow fill. It's so simple and easy for a quick everyday look thats not too heavy or time consuming. Beauties Factory sent me this to die for makeup brush set which will probably last a life time.. and also this pretty brown/ burnt orange blush. The blush is so high pigmented I wanted to experiment with this product on my eyes too which I found works so well with a this stone matte lip by Mac.
P.S How perfect is the packaging!
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Street style shoot collaboration with this talented gentleman.. Ange Mickael
A urban oriental themed shoot featuring our own personal styling.
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I love my new flares from Glamour Outfitters .. Can you tell?
Very recently I've grown to love the way my body is, not completely.. but enough to not want to hide my natural shape by wearing certain clothes. I'm not fat nor am I skinny.. but I never would of wore flares in the past due the fact I don't have a thigh gap (please girls you don't need a thigh gap to have nice legs) and I have a bit of a booty. Flares are said to be for tall people and skinny people (apparently) but I think styled right they can be for any shape.
Who said you can't get the biggest heels and show off them non skinny legs? I feel you can wear anything if you style it up a certain way. Confidence is also a key element you need when wearing anything. I own 3 pairs of flares now, high waisted, black jersey and now THESE low waisted denim super flares. They are obviously something which creeps up every autumn, with hippy / 70's vibes in every shop window.. however I don't think you always have to wear autumn browns with generic paisley prints. My styling was very simple as the jeans are very overwhelming anyway. I threw on a short sleeve turtle neck, jeffery campbell heels and my favourite 90s vintage hat.
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less flared then click on the direct link
below to see glamourOutfitters other styles.
If not then I'm sure they have something denim you will love!
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Met the lovely photographer Danika Lawrence the other week and was lucky enough to ge photographed by her. We took a trip to Holland park
Japanese gardens and went for a simple tropical concept for a quick colaberation.
H&M MENS - Top
URBAN OUTFITTERS - Smart trousers
PRIMARK- Pointy heels
So it's pretty nice being a blogger getting the odd freebies.. the excitement over a new FREE piece of clothing or makeup ect... But getting this little gift from Jelly belly was so exciting. I love sweets anyway but the little kid came out of me when I got these through the post.
Look I've tried Jelly babies and sugary sweets before.. I wasn't completly deprived as a child. I'm literally doing this small review because they literally tasted so good! haha!
The sweets come with a little hand book because not only do they all have their own individual flavours but mixed together they make whole new flavours. exciting right?! I was basically sat in bed catching up on first dates for a whole hour eating these things.. luckily I took a photo first!
HEAD OVER TO JELLY BABY NOW TO
SEE WHAT ELSE THEY HAVE TO
FEED YOUR SWEET TOOTH!
Anyway thanks Jelly Belly
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Other than having the biggest guilty pleasure for all things camo we all know Khaki is everywhere right now so I only thought it was right to do a subtle post clashing the two. I thought this Michael Kors bag went hand in hand with my new Khaki lace up boots.. The colour palettes and fabric work really well together without being to Khaki overwelming.
This was a casual day so I styled them both up with a simple slouchy white shirt and a denim mini skirt. And can I say this denim skirt is something I've been apparently been missing out on for a long time now. I think the last time I wore a denim hipster mini skirt it was in the late 90s! But I love this one from H&M its so comfy and goes with every top in my wardrobe!
Photography all by Christos Markou