Bed Head by Tigi
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Empties – December 2017

So this first post of the year finishes off business for 2017 with my December empties. It seems I'm a creature of habit as you'll recognise one or two of these products from previous empties posts if you're a regular reader. In any case new follower or old friend welcome to my blog and I… Continue reading Empties – December 2017

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The Balm Mary Lou Manizer
Beauty, hair

Empties June – August 2017

Still playing catch up with my empties posts so I've decided to include everything from June through to August as I know these posts are popular and I know why! With all the products that I have to choose from, these are the ones that I stick with right to the end. Skincare Pixi Glow… Continue reading Empties June – August 2017

Lumidrops Rose Gold
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Nordic Magic: GOSH Copenhagen’s AW17 Launches

So we've hit the time of year when all thoughts turn to autumn and GOSH has just launched its Autumn/Winter additions to the range. I really think it's a good mix of new products, new shades and new ideas that keeps on delivering for this Danish brand. Let's take a look! First to catch my… Continue reading Nordic Magic: GOSH Copenhagen’s AW17 Launches

Beauty, celebrity, London

Urban Decay Open European Flagship Store in London’s Carnaby Street

It's been a long time coming - this perfect UD space in the heart of London has been planned for a while and this week it finally held its launch party with a flurry of celebs attending to put this new beauty venue on the map. Urban Decay's "beauty with an edge" concept aims to… Continue reading Urban Decay Open European Flagship Store in London’s Carnaby Street

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Urban Decay brings a little bit of LA to Brent Cross

Last week a whole bunch of us Urban Decay loving bloggers were invited to take a closer look at their newly opened store based in London's Brent Cross Shopping Centre. The team there were excited to tell me that this store is a mini version of their Los Angeles branch! Well, they say that good… Continue reading Urban Decay brings a little bit of LA to Brent Cross