After moving home from London at 18 and getting a job I decided to buy myself a car. I’d been saving during my time at sixth form and always seemed to save any Christmas or birthday money I received. When I was in Sixth Form a lot of people were bought cars for their 17th and 18th birthdays or for no reason at all but everything I have I’ve saved for and bought myself which I personally think makes you appreciate things more if they haven’t been handed to you on a plate.
I’m not someone who refuses to leave the house without makeup, I wear it for work and going out but I do love having a fresh face and being able to rub my eyes without getting mascara in them. I do have a makeup routine which I follow step by step using my handful of my favourite products. I never vary this routine unless I’m going ‘out out’ and then I will use eye shadow and false lashes.
After finishing sixth form, I decided not to go to University, unlike the majority of my friends. I didn’t like the thought of choosing my lifetime career at the age of 18 when I wasn’t 100% sure what I wanted to do as a job. I didn’t want to waste 3/4 years of my life doing a course for the sake of it, just because it was the next step to take after sixth form. After humming and harring about what to do, I ended up making the most spontaneous decision I’d ever made, and moved almost 300 miles away to London!
Well, I was invited to my very first blogging event on Wednesday. It was a Stagecoach #bloggersonthebus event held at Jalou which is a bar in Newcastle City Centre with an amazing cocktail menu! The plan for the night was for us all to get all crafty and create our own phone cases. I didn’t think of myself as a creative person however I seemed to be in my element all night and got right into the whole thing.
We all know that someone who has the hair, that glossy, shiny, Disney princess hair that positively glimmers in the sunlight. Maybe she is the fortunate barer of great genetics but that doesn’t mean you can’t have gorgeous hair too.
We’ve enlisted the help of award-winning hairbrush brand Tangle Teezer to bring you some professional tips for glowing hair.
Literally is there anyone who hasn’t had to grow out their wafer thin brows from Year 8? I mean everyone had their phase of over plucking their brows, (even shaving in my case). Luckily my fine line brows are long gone and I seem to have grown a brow obsession.
Welcome to my first ever blog post! I’ve been saying this is something I want to do for a few months now, and seeing as its now the new year and the new me malarkey is going round, the plunge has finally been taken.