Friday, 31 March 2017

March Music Favourites

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Hello loves,
Bloomin' hell I can't believe it's the end of March already... It'll be Christmas before we know it again! It's that time again to share with you all of my music favourites from March. Out of all my music posts by far this is my favourite. March has been an amazing month for music for me anyway. I've done a lot of travelling this month and these songs have been getting me through the endless long train journeys! These are all all of my favourite songs from this month on my currents playlist:

Soma Kinda Wonderful by Betty Who

So Good by Zara Larrson

Come On Love by Take That

Say It (Illenium Remix) by Flume

Scared Of The Dark by Steps

Saddest Vanilla by Jess Glynne ft Emeli Sandé

Mama Say by Betty Who

Symphony by Clean Bandit ft, Zara Larasson

Giants by Take That

It Ain't Me by Kygo ft Selena Gomez

Swalla by Jason Derulo ft. Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign

Living Out Loud by Brooke Candy 

Shout Out To My Ex by Little Mix

Big Picture by London Grammar

Rockabye (Jack Wins Remix) by Clean Bandit ft Sean Paul & Anne-Marie

Make sure you go and check out all these songs! Most of them will have you dancing and singing pretty much anywhere and everywhere. I hope you enjoy them all as much as I have been. Personal favourites from the list is Scared Of The Dark by Steps... Steps were literally my childhood and this new song is such a banger. I actually can't wait for the Steps album haha! Zara Larsson has been my music crush this month. She's absolutely gorgeous and her singing is phenomenal... I just can't believe she's the same age as me haha.

I really hope you enjoyed this post! Let me know what songs you've been loving this month in the comments as I'm always on the look out for new music to listen too!

Thank you for reading, 

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Tips On Surviving GCSE's & A Levels

Hello darlings,
So exam season is coming up or has already started for some. I remember taking both my GCSE's & A Level's and the whole lot of stress it came with. This post has given me chance to look back and reflect on my whole experience and think about maybe what I could've done differently.

I thought I'd share with you some tips and advice that I definitely needed but didn't necessarily have or take notice too that could've made my experience a whole lot easier. So if you're one of my younger readers and you're studying for your GCSE's and A Level's this post is for you!

Start revision early on
I can't stress this point enough... I learnt the hard way! As soon as you've learnt something new go over it when you get home. Don't get to the month before exams and start revising everything you've been learning over the last two years... Because realistically that's pretty much impossible! Always keep up to date with your revision from the word go.

Alway ask questions
If you don't understand something or want to know more don't be afraid... Always ask questions. No matter how stupid or silly you think the question is always ask. Trust me teachers have heard plenty of odd questions over the years. It's better to ask and know than to not. If you don't understand something talk to a teacher or a friend that could help.

Get enough sleep and don't overdo it
Although you'll have a lot of revision to do don't overdo it and cram too much in, in one day. Don't be revising at crazy times of the night/morning. You need enough sleep so that your brain can function properly! 

Make timetables & lists
It's always best to be organised and know what you need to do. Make a revision timetable so you know what you know what you're going to revise on each day. Make to-do lots so you never forget the important things you need to do that day. This way you'll have structure and you won't get stressed over what you need to do or think you've forgotten.

Find a balance between school and social life
Ok so you do need to revise and do school work but don't fall off the face of the earth. You still need a social life you just have to find that healthy balance. You're friends will be going through the same so talk to them and plan something together. Make sure you take a break and enjoy yourself every once in a while.

Use free periods wisely
If you have free periods of study periods please use them wisely. Don't use them as an excuse to mess around and not do anything! This is valuable time that you could be using to work.

Try and maintain a healthy diet
I bet you're thinking what on earth has maintaining a healthy diet got to do with surviving GCSE's and A Level's but trust me it does. Cut all the unhealthy junk food out and I promise you'll feel 100% better. It makes such a positive affect and I find I felt more motivated to revise etc. after adapting a healthier lifestyle.

Don't have unreal expectations of yourself 
I know this one is hard because being honest we all have expectations of ourselves. Just try not to let them overtake everything. These expectations although are natural can pile the pressure and stress on yourself. Although you will know what grade you want to get at the end of the year don't let it hang over you. Remember that you'll progress so much over the years!

I really hope you enjoyed this post! I really hope this will help some of you that are currently studying. I wish you all the best of luck in the world and I'm sure you will all do amazing. As long as you try your best nobody can ask anything more of you. 

If you have anymore advice feel free to leave it in the comments to help someone else!

The subjects I chose for GCSE's, German, Art, History and Graphics. My A Level subjects I chose were Health & Social Care, Art, History and Graphics. If you're taking any of these subjects and would like more advice on any of them feel free to tweet me on Twitter and I'll try to help you!

Thank you for reading,


Monday, 27 March 2017


Hello Sweethearts,
I recently went to BlogConLDN at the QEII Centre organised by the lovely Scarlett from Scarlett London. I was so excited for the event I've previously been to Bloggers Ball but I'd missed out on Bloggers Festival so I'd been counting down the days to BlogConLDN! 
Usually I go to events alone but this time I'd planned to go with my blogger friends I previously met at Bloggers Halloween Party last year! I'll make sure to link all their blogs at the end so you can check them all out. 

I got the train into London Marylebone and caught the tube to meet Loren, Nikki, Hazel & Amy over at London Euston. We then travelled over on the tube to Westminster for the event. When we arrived there were a lot more people than I had been expecting. The room the event was in was incredibly spacious though so it wasn't cramped at all which is what I'd first been worried about. 

One of the brands I particularly loved were Love Inc. I think I literally spent like 5 minutes just staring at all the Neon LED signs before I even said anything! The photo of the one above was my absolute favourite. If you want to check out 'We Should Hang Something Cool Here' sign check out the link here. I've been thinking about getting a neon LED sign for absolutely ages so it was nice to discover a new brand. 

We were able to create our own flatlays at the stand as well which was super fun. There was literally everything you can imagine to use in the flatlays... Different design paper, sweets, glitter! Since the event I've been having a good browse of their online store. Another one of my favourite signs are the 'Good Times' light which you can check out here. If you're looking for eye catching signs, beautiful candles and cute prints make sure you go show them some love!

The next brand which I already loved were Chi Chi London. I was so excited to see they were at BlogConLDN! They sell the most beautiful clothing... Like seriously there dresses are to die for! After browsing and pining a little bit over all of the gorgeous dresses on the hangers. I headed over to enter Chi Chi's competition they were running. So Amy, Hazel and me had our photo taken and I absolutely love it. The only downfall is you can see my playsuit was too big for me haha. The legs were meant to be tight but we'll brush over that fact! You can see a few of the gorgeous dresses below that Chi Chi bought. I've also included my top four dresses I'm loving off of their website at the moment.

My top four dresses from Chi Chi:

I've never had my hair done once by someone else and I managed to get it done twice in one day. Natural World were another of my favourite brand that were there. They offer natural and organic hair care products. If you have frizzy hair to greasy hair there is a product for you! The Natural World  range includes Argon Oil, Keratin, Coconut Water and Chia Seed Oil. All of these are great for your hair. 

I'm going to be trying a few products from Natural World so I'll make sure to write a review on what I think about them soon. Plus how gorgeous is the cute little twist braid in my hair! It was perfect to get the hair off of my face because it was absolutely boiling in the venue!

The Glam App were also there and it was so interesting to meet everyone and chat about the app. The Glam App is amazing and can cater for your beauty and hair demands. They offer a range of services that they will bring to you! Which I think is a complete bonus because I mean I can't be the only one who sometimes just doesn't want to leave the house to go to a salon... If you live in London this will be perfect for you.

I also got some beautiful curls put in my hair and honestly I felt pretty fabulous with them in. I've already said I will be using The Glam App for an upcoming photoshoot for new headshots for both my makeup and my hair! I'll make sure to include that in a new post. If you want to check out more info on the app then visit their site here.

Overall I had an amazing time at BlogConLDN! It was perfect for connecting with brands and other bloggers. Something that I always love doing! The only thing that could've been improved was there was little space for the talks to take place. Therefore the tables ended up too overcrowded and I couldn't hear what the speakers were saying. Other than that though I had a great time and I can't wait to go to another one of Scarlett's events, she's amazing! 

I hope you enjoyed this post,
Thank you for reading,

Monday, 20 March 2017

What The Butler Saw

Hello Loves!
So if you follow me on Twitter then you'll definitely have seen I've been tweeting pretty much constantly about What The Butler Saw for the past week. If you have no clue what that is then quickly get yourself on google now and find out! I've been planning on getting out to see more theatre shows to inspire me recently. I thought I'd let you know all my thoughts and feelings of the day and what went on. It honestly was one of the best days!

I travelled around an hour to the Curve theatre in Leicester and I was meeting friends when I got to the event. I was so excited on the way! What The Butler Saw is a play that was written by Joe Orton. This year it's been 50 years since he sadly passed away so the play was put on to celebrate the work of Leicesters own playwright directed by Nikolai Foster. 

I hadn't actually heard of the show before now and I was quite glad of that. There were mixed opinions about whether you should research the show beforehand or just go in blind. I would totally recommend going in absolutely blind. I think it made it more exciting I was literally on the edge of my seat throughout the whole show... I never wanted it to end! I had no idea what to expect and I loved it.

I don't particularly want to give everything or anything away but it was absolutely hilarious! Although I imagine some would find controversial at times you have to go in with a light heart. Incredible and powerful performances from all involved. Catherine Russell and Rufus Hound are the combination of the perfect pairing for the Prentices. Astonishing performance from Jasper Britton who had me crying of laughter multiple times throughout the show! I honestly think no matter who you are you will enjoy this show. I would 100% recommend it... I've already been twice and I''m going for the third time.

I was lucky enough to meet so amazing people who I hope I will stay in contact with for a long time. Thank you to them for making me feel so much more at ease throughout the day. I was also lucky enough to meet Catherine Russell and Rufus Hound after the show.

Catherine has been an idol to me for a long time and she's one person who keeps on inspiring me and pushing me on to become and actress. I felt extremely lucky to be able watch her in action because her acting quite frankly always takes my breath away. We all also managed to run into Rufus in the cafe after the show and he was lovely enough to stop to have a picture with us.

I would 10/10 recommend going to see the show whether you are an avid theatre goer or not. I promise you you won't regret it! Absolutely class acting from everyone involved. The whole show is so well thought out from the set, to the props to the lighting. 

If you want to go and see the show although finished in Leicester it will be showing at the Theatre Royal in Bath from 27th March - 1st April. There are both matinee and evening show tickets available still. You can purchase them HERE

I'll be going again to the matinee performance on 1st April.

If you've seen the show let me know what you thought in the comments. Also let me know what theatre shows I should go and check out if you've seen a particularly good one.

Thank you for reading,

Monday, 13 March 2017

A Thank You...

(Photo Credit: Martino Pietropoli)

I'm writing this post with the hugest smile on my face and it feels like after the longest time my smile really means something. It shows all and everything of me; just me and me alone. They say things happen for a reason and I've become a firm believer of that. That things happen to shape us to become who we are. 

I feel like I've always lived my life in the darkness and the shadows. I've always hidden behind everyone else's shadows... I'm not sure when that ever became my choice. I've let people walk, trample and stomp over me until I'd forgotten who I was and what I loved. That's how I've felt for as long as I can remember really.

There's no one to stomp on me anymore though. 

I'm still scared but I don't care anymore. It's time for me to step out of the shadows finally after nearly 20 years. 

The fear that was once instilled in me used to paralyse me. It used to make me wish I could disappear.  It was invisible hands pulling me back and suffocating me. I've finally learnt that the fear I feel isn't bad though... It's because I care so much about everything. 

It doesn't grab me by the throat anymore instead it pushes me along. The fear doesn't feel so debilitating any more but more liberating. It's ok that I feel scared because I feel that all the fear is giving me energy. Energy and passion that I want to use to become someone amazing... To feel amazing. 

I want to do everything that I've always wanted without a care in the world and I very much plan on doing it. 

Saturday 11th March I think will always have a new meaning to me. A day I felt like I gained all my confidence and passion back. The day that really and honestly changed me life. A day that I never could've expected ever. The day that filled me with so much joy that I truly felt for the first time that I couldn't contain it... That I didn't need to because everything was ok. I am ok. 

At this point of my life right now this exact moment I'm writing this I'm so happy that I'm actually crying. Something that I genuinely don't I think has ever happened to me. I finally don't feel the need to hide who I am and who I want to be. 

It's funny really how something so small can turn your life around. How one day can make such a difference. 

Life has hit me at full force and I feel so alive. 

I never want to feel any different than I do now.

I couldn't have done it without the people that inspired me. The people that have been there for me through everything. That made me feel ok again. That pieced me back together without even knowing that they had. That made me feel like I mattered and meant something. People that have almost become like strange sort of family to me.

I can't thank you enough for what you've done for me. 

You'll never really understand, I don't think... how much you mean to me. How much of a difference you've made I will never find the words to explain. Just know that you're amazing and I am so grateful.

If you're reading this thank you for being part of my life because I couldn't ask for anyone better.

Thank you for inspiring me and for reminding me of who I am. 


Thursday, 9 March 2017

Meeting My Idols, Blog Events & Alice-Tilly Turning 1

Hello Sweethearts,
So I thought it was about time I did a little life update for you all. Just to let you know what's going on with me and a few changes that will be coming up on my blog for the next month or so. If you notice the title it's very long and it's because this whole month of March and the start of April is super busy for me! I'm literally so excited for everything that I'm doing this month though.

I'll be back and forth from concerts and a few theatre shows this month. In the next few weeks I'm going to see What The Butler Saw at the Curve in Leicester... I'm so unbelievably excited I can barely sleep haha. I'm also seeing Olly Murs for the what feels like a millionth time in Birmingham so I can't wait to sing my little heart out then either! I'm going to try branch out and do more reviews on those since I attend shows/concerts like these quite a lot. Let me know if this is something that you'd like to see?

I've got quite a few blog events coming up such as #BlogConLDN. I feel like I really want to improve and have even more fun with my blog this year. I want to learn more and hopefully you'll see more exciting things popping up on my blog in the next month or so. I will make sure I keep you posted and update you on how amazing I know all these events will be so watch out for those posts.

ALICE-TILLY IS TURNING 1!! How on earth has this happened?! How has it been a year?! I seriously can't believe it. I genuinely never thought I'd be able to stick to this. I'd tried so many times before to start a blog before and they all just flopped. There was just something special and a little spark when I started this one. I knew to was going to become something so amazingly dear to my heart. I will be doing something special for my blogs first birthday as such haha... So make sure you keep your eyes peeled for that.

This month seems all so exciting for me it's almost too much. There's things in my personal life as well going on too. I'm doing a university taster day and going to some open days. I've had my schedule through for my taster day and it sounds so good! I literally can't wait to go. I'll make sure I update you on how it goes because as you can imagine I'm a little nervous. If you've ready my last post 'My University Experience' you'll understand why! Plus I'm hopefully meeting two of my absolute idols this month... Which I can't quite seem to get my head around and fathom at all yet. I'm trying to calm myself to stop me from crying, passing out or something else embarrassing haha. I mean you never quite think you're going to meet your idols so you never imagine the situation.... Let me know if you've ever met your idol and your experience?!

Anyway sorry for the whole ramble of a post but it really was just a little update. As I'm obviously going to be away a lot until the middle of April really I won't always have the time or internet to schedule and post on my blog. So I'm not committing myself to my normal schedule of Monday, Wednesday and Saturday... As you can probably tell because I've posted this on Thursday! This doesn't mean they'll be less posts probably quite the opposite. I'm just not sure when they'll be up but if you make sure you follow me on Twitter and Instagram I'll always let you know! A busy month will definitely mean more and exciting content and I can't wait.

So I'll hope you'll stick with me and I'll keep you updated on all the things I'm going to be doing over the next month! I hope you enjoyed this actually not really little rather long life update post haha.

Thank you for reading,

Monday, 6 March 2017

My University Experience

Hello loves,
Today I thought I'd share with you all about my university experience. In case you didn't know I originally started to attend university back in September 2015... I didn't actually think it was that long ago until I just typed that. Safe to say it was not the best experience of my life at all. Since leaving in November 2015 I've got myself a part-time job and the rest of the time I spend working on my blog.

I thought it was about time I shared my own university experience as I'm hoping it will help someone who is feeling the same as I did. I just want to start off explaining how I will not disclaim the name of the university I attended. I don't think it's fair at all and you will understand as I explain on. I'll split my experience into different sections and explain my feelings on each.

University Offers
I'd visited the university I wanted to attend to prior to choosing it as my first choice. I really did love it I'd visited a couple of times it was modern, in the perfect location and the course seemed amazing. I think it's 100% important to visit a university before you choose it. I was lucky enough to get an unconditional offer from the university. This was quite early on in year 13 and I feel like it definitely swayed my decision in making it my first choice and accepting my place before I'd even finished my A Levels. I felt very so happy to be in that position that I didn't really have the worry everyone else had. It didn't matter what grades I got because I knew I had a place in the university I so desperately wanted to go too.

However my opinions on universities offering unconditional offer changed very quickly. When I got on my course I found out that every single person had received an unconditional offer too. I almost felt cheated really... I thought they wanted me because they were excited about my work. Turns out they just needed to fill the quota number on the course. It's funny how many people have left that particular course now.

Moving Into Halls

I moved in halls on 13th September 2015; I remember feeling like I couldn't wait to be living in student accommodation and having the best times. Obviously I was sad I was leaving the house I'd lived in for 18 years and my family who I'm all very close too. I have two younger brothers and we've never really spent anytime apart at all. I was taking it all in my stride though I was just excited. I'm not a nervous person about things like this. Expectations can be deceiving though.

I spent the whole first night crying. I'm sure I'm not the only one this happened too either but no one talks about it. I felt like even though it was my choice I'd been ripped apart from my family. All of a sudden I was an adult and I was absolutely terrified. No one can prepare you for that feeling.

The impact of living with others can be a huge impact on your own life as well. I'm loud and bubbly at the best of times but some people I found so hard to get along with. To the point I felt a little bit intimidated. The fact I didn't drink and like going out I think fuelled more reason for me to be left out of everything. I was beyond lonely! I'd get home somedays and there would be no one in the flat and I'd sit in the kitchen or my room and blast the music to drown the silence. They don't let you know how lovely living in student accommodation can be and I know I'm not the only one to feel like this.

I was thankful to meet a lovely girl in my flat though that always made the effort to talk to me and always listened and understood me when I needed her too. We shared a couple of the best nights I've ever had even though I hate drinking and nightclubs. I'm actually really sad ever since I've left we've drifted apart.

There was just so many things about halls that bothered me and maybe I'm picky but I just couldn't live with it. When I was trying to sleep and the flat upstairs would constantly bang on their floor/my ceiling till about 4am. When all my flatmates wouldn't wash up and tidy away to the point where there was no space on the kitchen sides and there was food on there which was over a week old... I'm sorry but I'm totally not down for that.

Course Content

I have no idea where to start with the course content! I went to study Interior Design which I admit I'd done although some so much less research I should have done before I chose the course. When I went for interview at my chosen university though they took my round the building, showed me students work and talked me through the course. It was like they knew exactly what I wanted to hear. The course sounded really hands on and creative which was what I wanted. I thrive in doing creative projects and art so it sounded fantastic... It wasn't.

When I actually enrolled onto the course and got my timetable I genuinely thought "This must be wrong." Nothing on there was anything I'd been told we would do. The seminars and lectures bored me to shreds it honestly didn't even seem relevant to the course so much I didn't even see the point of going. The so called "practical lessons" were all based with theory. It was all accurate measurements straight lined drawings. I felt like my creativity had been stripped from me then and there.

I genuinely spent the first three months I was there making cubes out of foam board... Now someone please explain to me how this has got anything to do with interior design. Also if anyone wants proof I've still got the cubes I made haha. Even writing it just sound ridiculous!

I urge anyone who is considering going to university to ask the lecturers as many questions as you can about the course and don't be afraid to ask awkward questions. This is your life and you deserve all the right information about something that can potentially change your life. Try and get in contact with students already studying the course at your chosen university they're the best to ask. They won't sugarcoat and brush over the facts!

Social Life/Student Union

Okay lets start by saying what social life? I had less of social life when I went to university than I did beforehand. Now this is only my experience and it's definitely not like this for everyone! But I have to say if you don't particularly like drinking or clubbing it pretty much sets you apart from everyone else. I found the more I started saying "no" which I am quite in my right too the less people seemed to bother asking me to do things. You might think well if you always said no to going out why would they ask? You're right. I wouldn't ask me to go on a night out either. It wasn't just nights out though it was meals, the cinema etc. I was on my own 99% of the time.

I thought maybe I could gain more of a social life by joining things in the student union. I'd already decided before I'd even got there that I wanted to do dance and cheerleading. I've dance ever since I could walk and it wasn't something I wanted to give up.

I first went to cheerleader try outs and OMG it was awful... I came out of there feeling like a total loser. I thought it was all about having fun and enjoying yourself turns out no. There was literally no fun at all. I wasn't even bad I'm used to choreography like that but I felt like I'd just been shouted at and all the fun had been shaken out of me for 2 hours... Safe to say I never went back.

So my next option was to try dance but honestly I felt a bit put off after the cheerleading incident. I did go to a few classes but there was still this lingering feeling that you just weren't quite good enough for them. Plus I'm not sure when "initiations" ever became part of joining something like this. For someone that doesn't like drinking this was a NIGHTMARE. I felt like I was 14 years old all over again and having to drink weird drink combinations with toothpaste to prove you were a solid part of the friendship group... Yes we did used to do this don't ask haha! Everything just seemed so ridiculous and clicky. I just wanted to be myself and I wasn't and still won't let anyone take that away from me.

Being Unhappy

I was unbelievably unhappy even after only being there for a couple of months. Unfortunately during October I actually suffered from a relapse of my back injury I did while in a dance exam back when I was about 16. I was so much pain it really isn't pleasant at all! I decided that while I couldn't attend university I'd go home and be with my family while my back was at it worse. It was so bad I struggled to walk from one end of the room to another at one point. I felt slightly better after just over a week and decided to return to university. When I got back all my flatmates were sat in one room chatting together they looked shocked and surprised to see me. Almost like I'd died and come back to life right there and then. They weren't sure that I was coming back but said they were glad to see me. I could already tell though they'd all bonded together a lot over the week I wasn't there... I actually felt really hurt.

I went back to university after that and I struggled to even stay there for a couple of hours because of the pain. When I finally felt able too I didn't want too. I had no motivation I absolutely hated it. I spoke to my lecturer and he explained maybe the course wasn't for me and that was it. I remember feeling so deflated I went back to my flat, rang my mum and cried about how much I hated it. Ultimately she said it was my decision about what I wanted to do. I remember the next day I spoke to student advisors etc. about dropping out and if I was making the right decision.

I wondered around university for whole day deciding what was best. I eventually decided this wasn't for me... It was making me so unhappy it wasn't worth it. I signed the forms to drop out that day. There was just no compassion form the university at all. All they told me were two things:
1. I'd have to move out of halls within a week as they needed the room.
2. My key cards would stop working so I had 24 hours to clear my stuff out of university.

I honestly could not wait to get out of there and go home! Although my decision may have been looked down on by people I'm hoping if you read my experience you'll understand why. The experience is not always as it seems. It was the best decision for me personally. If I hadn't of left I wouldn't have started this blog, I wouldn't have figured out what I wanted to do. So I can only be grateful for the life experience.

I'm in no way trying to put people of going to university at all! It was just one of those bad experiences I felt the need to share. I'm actually planning on returning to a different university to study a different course after a lot more research in 2018.

Please don't let the negatives put you off doing anything!

I hope you enjoyed reading this post,
Let me know your experience of university in the comments I'd love to hear it.

Thank you for reading,


Saturday, 4 March 2017

10 Beauty Products Under £10 I Want To Try

Hello darlings,
March is such a busy month for me! Between work, blogging and events I'm not sure when I'm going to find the time to do anything else but I wouldn't have it any other way. It does mean though that I'm going to be a little bit strapped for cash this month. Travelling is so expensive these days. 

However I can't seem to ever go through a month where I don't try new makeup products. As I'm not going to have a lot to spend this month I thought I consist a list of 10 beauty products I'd like to try that are under £10! So if you're on a small budget these are definitely for you to try. So I've searched all different websites to look for the products I want to try most:

NYX Professional Makeup Studio Finishing Powder, £8.00

Collection #BlushAndGlow Blush Palette, £4.99

Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Pans, £6.00

Sexy Mother Pucker Lip Shine Lacquer, £7.00

Revolution Renaissance Lipstick Renew, £4.00

Zoeva Graphic Eyes, £7.00

Maybelline Fit Me Matte And Poreless Foundation, £5.99

Kiko Milano Extra Sculpt Waterproof Mascara, *SALE* £3.90

Sleek Makeup Highlighter Palette Solstice, £9.99

Tanya Burr Holiday Happiness Cheek Illuminator, £6.99

I will be doing a part 2 for this post where I'll review all of the products I've listed and whether they were worth the buy. If you have tried any of the products let me know what you though of them! Also let me know in the comments what beauty products you're lusting over at the moment.

I hope you enjoyed reading this post,
Thank you,

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Feb/March 2017 ASOS Picks

(L-R, Top 1-3, Middle 4-6, Bottom 7-9)

Hello Darlings!
I can't believe it's March already now... This year is flying by already. One thing I am super happy about though is that it is now officially spring. That should mean better and slightly warmer weather but hey I live in England so I'm not all the hopeful haha. Spring is the perfect time however to have a good clean out of your wardrobe and replace it with new items. 
I was browsing ASOS the other day and it's actually embarrassing how big my wishlist now is but they have some great stuff for spring in at the moment. So I tried super hard to shorten my list down to my absolute favourite picks from ASOS to share with you all. So here are my Feb/March picks from ASOS:

1. ASOS Denim Jumpsuit in Raspberry

2. ASOS Treasured Leather Chunky Strappy Sandals

3. ASOS Smock Dress with Don't Look Back Embroidery

4. River Island Tassel Hem Denim Skirt

5. Miss Selfridge Broderie Detail Ruffle Top

6. ASOS Cat Velvet Cross Body Bag

7. Fashion Union Frill Front Shift Dress

8. Addidas Originals Black Three Stripe Crop Top

9. Pinkie Broderie Detail Frill Hem Top

Let me know in the comments where you're loving to shop for your spring wardrobe! Or let me know your favourite picks from ASOS at the moment. I really hope you enjoyed this post!

Thank you for reading,
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