Sunday, 17 February 2013

Infinite Dreaming...

Photo from my Instagram

Just before christmas my good friend Angela, sent me this adorable bracelet.
Simple yet very beautiful.
She hand makes lots of lovely jewellery and to be completely honest, I want it all.

For this weekend only, you can get these little cuties for only £1.
That's dead cheap.
So, I suggest you go over to her website, Infinite Dream, and have a look.

Tuesday, 5 February 2013

Role Model.

 Original Picture: here

I had some creativity yesterday afternoon.
And a drawing of the ever so lovely Zoella came out of it.
Her youtube videos and blog posts are some of my favourites, and she gives some of the best beauty reviews and fashion finds.
Plus she has this completely adorable little quirky charm to her that you can't help but love.
Zoe's a role model to a lot of young women all around the world -including me.

In November, she made an incredibly inspiring video about dealing with panic attacks & anxiety, something which I deal with (but never talk about) That video made me love her all that more.
It made me realise that I'm not the only experiencing these things and helped me gain a bit more confidence and hope for my future. It also made me a bit more positive. That videos helped me an awful lot.
Definitely worth a watch.

It was really only a matter of time before I got out my paints and paper out and sat down to create something for Zoe.
I'm thinking of sending this out to her. But I'm not sure yet.
I'll keep you posted.

Saturday, 2 February 2013

Review | Topshop Whimsical Lipstick

 Topshop Lips In Whimsical £8

Please don't judge. I am not the sort of girl that goes crazy for make-up.
I like it, yes, but I don't wear a lot of it. Mainly due to the fact that I don't actually know how to even put half of it on.
So, when I was doing my normal 1am online retail therapy via topshop, I was fairly shocked that I became incredibly intrigued by a particular lipstick. This one to be precise. 
I've never really worn lipstick. I'm a natural redhead, and with that comes ridicuously pale skin. 
Therefore, a lot of lipstick shades I've liked over the years have either made me look like a clown or so pale that I actaully look increbily ill.

However, after reading a ton of reviews I decided to try this one.
It's more of peachy coral colour rather than you're everyday nude pink.
Which is lovely because it means I don't look washed out.
And it's fairly easy to apply -it has a matte finish and is quite creamy.

I've never brought anything from the Topshop make-up line simply because I didn't believe Topshop would make decent make-up. but I've been pleasantly surprised.
I will definitely be trying other products from their beauty line.

Have you tried anything from the Topshop make-up line?

P.S- This is my first ever review. How did I do?