Cannes is the place to be over the summer and it seems so in particular this year; even the cast of Made In Chelsea were seen relaxing and partying their summers away in the beautiful city. Located on the French Riviera, it is most famous for the Cannes Film Festival it hosts annually and all the glitz and glamour it leaves behind in its wake. View Post

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Estee Lauder Double Wear Nude Cushion StickEstee Lauder is one of the biggest names in the beauty industry and when they launch a new product, one should pay attention. The Estee Lauder Double Wear Nude Cushion Stick foundation is the newest addition to their iconic Double Wear range. Known for it’s flawless finish and amazing lasting power, Double Wear has been a beauty editor favourite for years. The double wear family has grown significantly over the last few years to include eye and lip makeup too but this new addition is a particularly welcome one for me.  View Post

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Narciso Eau de Parfum PoudréeI recently posted about my fragrances of the moment however, I was then yet to try the newest addition to the Narciso family. All of the fragrances from the previous post are still at the front of my shelf and in constant rotation. Each fragrance is for a different mood or effect but each as feminine and alluring as the last. Narciso Eau de ParfumPoudrée however, has added a whole new dimension to my collection… View Post

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My hair has been a bit of a state the last few months to say the least. It’s never been as frizzy, weak or limp and if it wasn’t counterproductive, I’d be pulling my hair out out of frustration! If you read the blog regularly, you’ll know how I feel about my hair and surely can imagine my level of distress at the sad state of hairs(affairs…hairs…get it?). Anyway, you can imagine that an email inviting me for a L’Oreal Mythic Oil Treatment at the House of Rush in Picadilly felt like an intervention from above. An answer to all my prayers.

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I’ve never been a huge fan of makeup primers- especially not for daily use. The overly silicone-like feel most of them leave on the skin can be particularly uncomfortable on dry/dehydrated skin. I avoided using primers on my skin unless it was a special occasion or I knew I was going to be photographed. Theres no denying the miracles some of the good primers can work in photographs- no pain(or should I say discomfort?), no gain. View Post

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