It’s hard to trust people, especially with your brows. I have trust issues with anyone touching my brows after they were threaded to death. I was left with barely any brows and it took me a long time to grow them back, and it wasn’t a pretty sight. I like to have neat brows constantly, never a hair out of place, so growing them out was a huge annoyance because I never felt like they…

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Oh shaving, something men and women can both sympathise with. The endless cuts, expensive shaving foam and worst of all, razors that last about two minutes. I don’t know what it is with women’s razors, I think they presume that we have more money to spend on becoming hair-free (which FYI, we don’t) therefore we an afford to repurchase them every single week. Its always the same, the razor is on ‘offer’ for half price,…

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I love getting my hair done. It’s something I rarely do and yet something that makes me feel so confident, happy and put together. Is there any better feeling than confidence? Supercuts invited me to their TIGI event to celebrate their #SquadGoals competition, where you can win a trip to London! I was invited for a luxury VIP Experience at their Eldon Square store for complimentary treatments. The aim of the #SquadGoals competition is to…

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My lashes have always been the part of my beauty routine that I dread doing. It’s tedious, I get mascara everywhere and it generally just goes really wrong. Not to mention it takes ages! I found out about LVL Lashes from Lisa Eldridge’s video (here) when I was looking at types of treatments to get for my lashes. I’ve always wanted to get semi-permanent lashes glued on but I’ve always been too scared.. (I know,…

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  The palette that swept the Instagram beauty world away… As soon as I first laid eyes on this palette, I was in love. I never intended on getting it until I went into Cocktail Cosmetics and I seen it physically. I can usually avoid the hype products until I can hold them in my hands, then I can never let them go. It’s easier to exit a website than it is to walk away…

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Oh liquid lipsticks, how I love them. If you read my post on the Gerard Cosmetics Hydra Matte review, you will see that they have changed the way I think about the traditional lipstick. As I am writing this, I have four tabs open on my browser – (not so) patiently waiting for the current Jeffree Star restock on Cocktail Cosmetics of Rose Matters, Celebrity Skin and Mannequin. That may give you a little hint as to…

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For over a year now I’ve used Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow Pomade and I swore I would never use anything else. It was almost perfect. I could get carved out brows, a colour that matched me and it was long lasting and smudge free. If you’re a glasses wearer, eyebrow smudging is a real issue. I used the Sleek eyebrow wax palette, and my glasses would smudge it half way up my forehead. Not…

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I’ve abandoned buying the usual bullet lipsticks, truly given up. I’ve tried almost everything and NOTHING stays on my lips. Ever. No matter what I try or how much I spend, which annoys me to no end. I love Mac lipsticks and I find their colour choice insane, but their mattes are drying on me and incredibly smudgy. The whole liquid lipstick craze has been around for a few years now, but until recently the…

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You’d never really think of mixing nail polish with superfoods, would you? Well Nails Inc. did and they’re onto a winner. The new products are all about creating stronger, healthier nails using detoxifying treatment formulas. Nails Inc. invited me to an event in Fenwick, Newcastle. I’d never used anything from the brand before and due to previously working in an environment where I wasn’t allowed anything on my nails, I’d never even had my nails done…

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Charlotte Tilbury. A brand I’ve lusted after for years but never been brave enough to take the plunge to buy. Wayne Goss introduced me to this brand after chatting about how much he loves the Magic Cream (mental note; try this one day!) and I just knew it was a brand I had to check out. Wayne is basically the God of makeup to me, I’d trust him with my face entirely. After the Charlotte…

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It took me way too long to discover dry shampoo, I think I was around 15 or so. It would have saved me many early mornings having to get up to wash my hair for school. Up until a few years ago, I’d say Batiste was the only dry shampoo in the drugstore that really existed. Now we have Aussie, Pantene, Toni and Guy and now Colab Dry Shampoo by Ruth Crilly – A Model…

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