Sunday, 30 September 2012

My Week in Photos #29

New Ombre Hair  Crumble  FOTD 1  Sisters Present  Birthday Cake  OFOTN  FOTD 2  My Surprise House Party  1D
I've been pretty busy this week! The week started off normal, and on Wednesday, I went to get my hair ombred. You can read the post about it here. I absolutely love it! In Food Tech this week, I made an Apple, Pear and Fig Crumble with a Ginger Nut Biscuit Topping. And on Thursday night, a work collegue was leaving, so we all went out for dinner.
It was my sisters birthday on Friday, and I bought her the new Taylor Swift perfume Wonderstruck, that when I bought it, came with a free bag. We also had a really delicious Flake Cake.
On Saturday, one of the loveliest things happened to me. I thought I was going round to my best friends to welcome home her sisterr from uni, when actually, she had organised a surprise house party for my birthday!! (I in Florida for my birthday, thats why we had it so early)! I was completly unaware, and I had the absolute time of my life! You can see above what I wore.
Again, is the makeup I wore to the house party. You can see me and some of my friends looking a little worse for wear late into the night. We had so much fun! And today, One Direction were in Fabulous magazine!
Overall I have had a really lovely week, and I would like to thank Holly and Meg for being so wonderful!
Hope you have had a nice week!

Weekend Wishlist

Sorry I havnt got round to posting this, on Wednesday I was super busy, yesterday I went out for a meal with work and yesterday was been my sisters birthday, so we've were out again! Ive chaged it to a Weekend Wishlist, although it does say Wednesday below!!

1. New Look Sequin Hot Pants- I love wearing shorts, and this are so beautiful! Theres not a lot to say about them apart from the fact they are just totally awsome!
RRP: £19.99

Bedhead Ego Boost- Having just had my hair bleeched, my hair isnt going to be in great condition in days to come. Ive read great reviews about thi split end leave in conditioner so I think it might be the one for me!
(Different prices depending where you buy it)

Bedhead Moisture Manic- This is a similar concept to above, a very heavy conditioiner to insure healthy hair and no dry ends!
(Different prices depending where you buy it)

Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer- I love Wake Me Up Foundation, and I really want to try this concealer to see if it is as good as the foundation!

Sorry it is very brief! 


Wednesday, 26 September 2012

My New Hair!

This is going to be a really quick post to inform you guys about my new hair!
I have always loved the ombre look, it looks amazing on blonde's, brunettes, red heads, you can do it with colour or naturally! Earlier in the year, I dip dyed it red, and loved it. Recently, I decided I would like to have it properly ombred with blonde at the bottom for my birthday, so today, I had it done!
Although she can be rather irritating at times, Gabriella Ellis has simply amazing style. I have always loved the Made in Chelsea stars look. Whilst I was not quite brave enough to venture for her rainbow ombre, I loved the look of her hair when it is done naturally! This was when I first started to get into the look.
Also, Zoella was one of my inspirations. Zoe is stunning, and has the most beautiful, lavish hair that I am extremely jealous of! I really wanted something along the same lines as her!
Gabby and Zoe are not the only people I have loved it on, but they are my favourite examples! If you google ombre hair, there is no end of celebrities that have the look!
So I finally bit the bullet and had it done. Here is a picture of how it currently looks. (Excuse the bad picture quality, it was taken on the iPad)
I will keep you updated on the products I use on it, keeping it healthy, and ways I will style it, but seeing as I just got it, I am still getting used to it! I love it!
What are your thoughts on the ombre look?

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Review | Rimmel London Mono Blusher in Santa Rose

Blusher is a product that before I got into blogging, I never really thought much of. I had one, and that was fine for me. But recently, I have been expanding my collection, finding myself thinking I need a different blusher for every occasion!
A while ago, Tanya raved about this blusher, saying how perfect it is for everyday wear.
I'm not really sure why I haven't bought it before, but when I saw it for half price in Morrisons, I couldn't leave it!
It is in the shade 001 Santa Rose. It is a dusky coral/ pink with minimal shimmer.
They are really compact and actually quite tiny. Perfect to slip in your handbag for touch ups. It is also very pigmented, and easily blendable, enabling you to get the perfect natural flush of colour.
You can see it is fairly similar in colour to my skin tone, meaning it looks effortless on.
Overall, I absolutely love this! I strongly feel that Rimmel has upped their game and have some amazing products on the market. I highly recommend this blusher!
It is available from Boots, Superdrug and any Supermarkets that have a Rimmel counter, and it is £3.99. What a bargain!
What are your thoughts? Have you ever tried Rimmel blushers?

Sunday, 23 September 2012

My Week in Photos #28

Pizza 1D  Boots Haul  The Lucky One  Dollars  Chocolate
In Food Technology this week, I made a chicken and chorizo pizza, which tasted nicer than it looks! One Direction let out their new sing this week, Live While We're Young I can safely say, it has been on replay since Thursday! I love it! Make sure you check it out! Ok. Fangirl moment over!
I bought a few bits and pieces throughout the week. In Morrisons, I found a Rimmel blush for half price, I just couldn't leave it. Especially as it is one that Tanya Burr recommends! I also repurchased my Wake Me Up Foundation and Soap and Glory Flake Away.
I had a lovely girly sleepover this week, and we watched The Lucky One for the first time! Zac Efron!!!! It wasn't as sad as I was expecting it to be, but I enjoyed it never the less. (Theres not a Nicholas Sparks novel that has been turned into a film that I haven't liked)!
In preparation for Florida, I exchanged some dollars, and enjoyed a few sneaky chocolate buttons in the bath today!
Hope you had a lovely week!

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Wednesday Wishlist #13

1. Essie Bahama Mama- Being a lover of autumn/ fall, I am always on the look out for autumnal colours. After seeing Fleur's review of it, I immediately fell in love. It is a beautiful burgundy colour which is looks perfect for the time of year!
RRP: £7.99
2. Rimmel London Kate Moss Matte Lipsticks- Its safe to say, I have been a little obsessed with Rimmel products as of late. These new lipsticks are going to be released on 3rd October, and I can safely say, there is not a colour that I do not want to get my hands on! I especially love the look of the mulberry/ wine shade and the nude. (which is supposedly a good dupe for MAC's Creme d'Nude?).
RRP: £5.49
3. New Look Fairisle Jumper- I never really jumped on the fairisle band waggon last year; but I am pleased to see it returning this A/W. I think this jumper would look perfect with simple jeans, or a plain flowy skirt. I think the pattern is so Christmassy!
RRP: £14.99
4. New Look Red 3/4 Sleeve Dress- I really want a dress for this season. I think red is such a seasonal colour that can be so easily dressed up or down. I have my eye on some studded boots from Primark that I think it will look perfect with! And this dress is such a bargain!
RRP: £12.99
5. New Look Owl Print Top- So clearly, New Look clothes have really caught my eye this week! I am loving owl prints, and I really like this style of shirt. Again, it would be very versatile!
RRP: £19.99

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Review | Origins Super Spot Remover

Nearly a month ago now, I bought this product, after having an Origins Facial and falling in love with it. I have reached for it so many times. I wouldn't call myself overly 'spotty' but I get breakouts quite often, (a lot of the time its it hormonal and due to normal teenage problems) and whenever I do, I apply a small amount of this on the offending area before I go to bed, and by the morning, the spot has decreased in size miraculously and is a lot less red and angry. I have oily skin, so spots are quite a normal thing but this has really helped.
On some reviews I have read, bloggers have stated the fact that they don't like the smell. Personally, I really like it. It is quite medicated and menthol, but very soothing.
If the spot is particularly angry, I'm not going to lie, when you apply it, it does sting! But for me, it is a sign that it is doing its job, and it doesn't last for long.
I really like the consistency. It is a gel like formula that you squeeze out of the easy controllable top. I squeeze a tiny amount on the back of my hand (a little really does go a long way) and use a cotton bud to apply it. It dries impressively quickly, so it is also easy to use in the morning, without worrying, will it dry in time for me to do my makeup?!
I wouldn't recommend using this on blemishes on scars. I have found that it doesn't make much of a difference. I have a lot of spot scars, but they usually fade with time. I have tried using this on them, but I don't seem to see much of a difference. But I do find that if you put it on a angry spot, scarring is minimal and you can barely tell you had a spot there!
You don't seem to get a lot for your money. 10ml at the price of £12 seems like a complete rip off. But I can assure you, it will last forever! I have been using mine twice a day nearly every day for nearly a month, and I haven't even touched the surface!
I really recommend it, or at least visiting an Origins counter where a lovely assistant will assign you a skin care routine and let you sample them.
Have you tried it, what are your thoughts?

Sunday, 16 September 2012

My Week in Photos #27

 Feather Extensions  Food Tech Cottage Pie  Tommy  Onesie  Bobby  Gold Post Box
On Monday, my best friends sister put one of her Feather Extensions in my hair and I have loved it! I have even bought myself some! The only problem was, a friend of mine said that he liked it, and when I demonstrated that it didn't come out, I pulled it out. Smooth. Cant wait to get some for Florida though!
In Food Tech at school, I made a Cottage Pie which I hope gets me a good mark! It tasted great! And on Friday, Tommy seemed to be very tired!
I finally joined the onesie brigade. Mum and dad bought be one home from town, and I'm ashamed to say, every member of my family own one. Cheesy much!
I came into my room to find Bobby sleeping under my chair, I wasn't sure how I was going to do my makeup this morning!
We also went to Hay on Wye today, to see Paralympian Josie Pearsons Gold Post Box.

Sunshine Awards Tag

I would firstly like to say a big thank you to Purity for awarding me. Check out her blog!
1. Include award logo in a post or on your blog page.
2. Answer 10 questions about yourself. These are below.

3. Nominate 10-12 other fabulous bloggers.
4. Link your nominees to the post and comment on their blog, letting them know about the award.
5. Share the love and link the person who nominated you.

10 Questions:
1. What Would You Most Like To Change About Yourself? When I was younger, I didn't really like  being as tall. I'm 5 11 now. I always towered over every one else, but now, I love it! I am happy with myself now. I suppose I would like to tone up a bit, but who doesn't?!
2. What Is Your Theme Song? I don't really know how to answer this, but I guess there is one song, that all of my friends know I love. I remember one time, we were listening to music in class and my friend put this song on because he knew it is my favourite! It is The Fray, How To Save A Life.
3. One part of your life, a memory, action, etc. that you could delete from your brain?
Of course, there are things that I regret doing, but the way I look at it, bad decisions make the best stories!
4. What generation do you wish you were part of? For me, this is a really hard question, there are so many generations I would loved to have been part of. I think I would have to narrow it down to either the 1920s because of all the beautiful fashion and beauty, and because I would of loved to wear a flapper dress and do the Charleston! The other generation would be the 1980s as I love the music and the films!
5. Favourite Childhood Children? I think this means favourite children that I used to like when I was younger? Probably Dannie Harmer- I was a massive Tracey Beaker fan!
6. Favourite Household Chore? I have a part time job in a kitchen so I do a lot of cleaning there, so I try to avoid cleaning at home as much as possible! I actually quite like mopping though!
7. Do you have twitter? Yes, I do! @Elliiee_Butcher 

8. Any Goals? None a such, just to enjoy life to the full and try to be a good person!

9. Do you really drink margaritas all the time? I think this question must have been specific to the person who created this tag, but the funny thing is, yes, I do drink them a lot! My Mum makes an amazing margarita!

10. Whats the ugliest car you've ever driven and you were embarrassed to drive? I cant drive yet! 2 years to go!

Here are the 10 people I nominate:

The Fashion It List
A Nutty Style of Life
Blonde Hair and Bags
and peaches
Beauty Boutique
Becca and Beauty
Copper Closet
the autumn breeze of style
Pure Enlightened Beauty




Thursday, 13 September 2012

TAG | 10 Products I Would Repurchase

I have seen this TAG floating around the Internet, and thought it was right up my street. These are 10 products that I will repurchase when they run out, and that are, in my opinion, worth the money!
1. Rimmel London Wake Me Up Foundation- This is, hands down, my favourite drug store/ high street foundation. I have a very old review here. It is really amazing, and today, I think I got the very last bit out. Once I've used up my Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation, I'll defiantly be buying a new one!
RRP: £8.99
2. Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat- I use this usually only on special occasions, as it has such a hefty price tag, but when I do, it gives my face such radiance. I use it under my eyes, on my cheek bones, brow bone and cupids bow. It is such a beautiful, luxury product that I really enjoy using! I use it sparingly, so it will last a while!
RRP: £24.50
3. Maybelline Falsies Flared Mascara- I am currently in the process of using up all of my mascaras that I have on the go. When I am mascaraless, this will be the one I go for! Its hard to believe, but I have never bought the same mascara twice- not because I haven't liked it, but because I like to branch out and try new ones, but this mascara has stood out as my favourite!
RRP: £7.99
4. Topshop Cream Blush in Flush- For school, this is the blush I reach for. As much as I love my MAC blush, there is a little too much shimmer, and I usually opt for the more natural look. This blush blends beautifully, and is the perfect colour for me. I have a full review here.
RRP: £6
5. MUA Professional Eye Primer- This eye primer has been my favourite for ages now. For me, it trumps Urban Decay Primer Potion. I have oily lids, and this primer ensures my eyeshadow stays on all day, no matter what the weather.
RRP: £2.50
6. Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24h- My full review for this product is here. Having only ever used pencil and liquid liners before this one, I wasn't really sure what to expect from gel, but I have been pleasantly surprised. I love the consistency, and it is really easy to work with.
RRP: £7.99
7. MAC Eye Kohl in Teddy- Sometimes I feel a black eyeliner can be a little too intense on me. So most days, I wear this in my water and tight line. It is a lot more natural looking, and MAC eyeliners are so pigmented, you barley need to press on your eye! This one is such an unusual colour too, I haven't seen many shimmery bronzes on the market. My full review is here.
RRP: £14
8. Technic Highlights- This is a dupe for Benefits Highbeam, available at Bodycare. It is really inexpensive. I own both and I prefer the consistency of this one. It gives exactly the same finish, if not better!
RRP: £1.99
9. Collection Cream Puff in Cotton Candy- I have been using these nearly everyday, and have had a lot of compliments. They are so easy to wear, and you can pair them with a lipstick as well as on their own. They are really moisturising. Not to mention great value for money!
RRP: £2.99
10. Urban Decay Naked Palette- This and my MAC Palette are my most used and loved eyeshadows, but I decided to include this one in the TAG as my MAC palette isn't full. I love all the colours in this palette and they are just amazing quality. I wont babble on, as I've gone about it so much before, but it really is one amazing palette!
RRP: £35
As this is a tag, I thought it would be appropriate to tag some fellow bloggers!
I tag:
and you! If you decided to do this tag, leave me a link in the comments, I'd love to have a nose!

Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Wednesday Wishlist #12

 1. Bedhead Some Like It Hot Serum- As you may know, I'm jetting off to Florida in a month, and whilst I'm saving my pennies for out there, I have a few things that I think I will be purchasing to help me out there! This serum will protect my hair from the sun, and stop it going frizzy from the humidity. I will get it from CheapSmells- here.
RRP: £6.80 instead of £10.40
2. Rimmel London Stay Matte Pressed Powder- My MAC MSFN is coming to an end, and I'm looking for a replacement. As much as I love it, after Florida, I'm putting myself on a High End Makeup Ban. This powder is raved about so much, and for a quarter of the price!
RRP: £3.99
3. Ebay Feather Extensions- My best friend sister put one of these in my hair on Monday, and I have absolutely loved having a cute purple feather in my hair! These are the one she had and they are a bargain; and perfect for holiday, and so easy to apply! They are from this Ebay seller and have free delivery.
RRP: £7.99
4. New Look Brogues- After seeing Beth wearing a pair of brogues with a cute skirt in one of her videos, I really wanted a pair! They look so adorable with tights and shorts or a skirt! I only hope they wont make me look like I have clown feet, with me being a size 8!
RRP: £15 (sale)
5. Tangle Teezer- I have been wanting one of these for ages, but never got round to buying one! My hair gets so knotty in heat, so I will defiantly be needing one of these! They look so easy to use!
RRP: £10.99

Sunday, 9 September 2012

My Week in Photos #26

The Hunger Games  New Dress  Holiday Booked  Bath Time  Margarita  Thai Curry  Cookie Dough  Free Cake  BBQ
On Monday, it was the release of the Hunger Games. Not getting it wasn't an option! Ive been obsessing over it for so long! I first read the books three years ago! Although, as usual, the film wasn't as good as the book, I really, really enjoyed it!
Also in town, browsing the Topshop sale, I came across this dress. I have wanted an a-symmetric dress for ages, and this dress was £15 and its amazing! I cant wait to wear it on holiday! Which got booked this week, Florida here I come!
I had a nice bath with a Lush Ballistic ready for the return to school. Mum made amazing Margaritas and the best Thai Curry, in the world!
I recreated Pizza Huts famous desert- Cookie Dough, and work had its perks this week, when I got to take home some cake! And we had, what was probably, the last BBQ of the year.
Hope you had a lovely week.

Friday, 7 September 2012

OFOTD | Whaa

I haven't done an OFOTD for a while, and I thought I would do one today, as I am wearing a lot of things that I featured in my most recent haul.
Blazer Zara
T-Shirt Candy Kittens
Shorts H&M
Tights Primark
Slipper Shoes New Look
Hope you enjoyed!

Thursday, 6 September 2012

NOTD | OPI Love Is A Racket

This is the second OPI that is in the set that I mentioned in my previous OPI NOTD.
Love Is A Racket is a shimmery pinky cherry red and looks stunning on the nails. It applies like a dream, is non streaky, and completely opaque after two coats.
I can see the polish being suitable for everyone, and is actually quite festive!
I forgot to apply a top coat, but there was quite a bit of wear on the edge of the nail, and you can see, my ring finger chipped a little.
Overall, I love it, and look forward to wearing it in the future!

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Wednesday Wishlist #11

1. Republic Crafted Studded Slippers- I saw these in Republic the other week. I had my eye on a pair similar ages ago, but never got round to getting them. I love the colour of these, and as they are neutral, they will go with anything, and the studs will really dress up a simple outfit.
RRP: £25
2. GOSH Holographic Nail Varnish- I never bought this polish when it was at the top of its peak, but I am ecstatic to find out that its being relaunched! It will be the perfect holiday polish for me, and I cant wait to get it! Imagine how it will sparkle in the Florida sun!
RRP: £4.99
3. MAC Lipstick in Impassioned- After watching MacBarbie07's Cher Lloyd tutorial again, I really liked the look of MAC Impassioned; a shade I've never given much thought to. It looks amazing on and I think it would be great for holiday!
RRP: £13.50
4. New Look Black Scalloped Collared Shell Top- This really caught my eye on the New Look Website it looks so stunning, but is really simple. It will be lovely for winter with a wooly cardy, but as a dressy top in summer too!
RRP: £14.99
5. Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette- I own the Original Naked Palette, and they are probably my most loved and most used eyeshadows! (Although my MAC Palette is a very close second)! I'm starting to hit pan on a few of the shades, and I think I might invest in the Naked 2. (And it has my favourite colour Half Baked in it)! The Palette consists of a range of warmer toned colours, so perfect for winter and the festive months!
RRP: £35
6. Zara Dog Print Top- I tried this top on in Zara, but it was a little too small, and they didn't have the size up. It is so sweet, with little french bulldogs on and understated studs on the shoulders. It is a really flattering cut, and comes in two colours- mint green and cream.
RRP: £22.99

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Review | Benefit That Gal Brightening Face Primer

This is the post that Lauren posted on her blog when we did a Guest Post Swap, but I thought I would post it on my blog too!

With it being a big year for London, many brands have branched out, and re-packaged products to London themes- Benefit is so exception.


Instead of the usual pink and white packaging, it is a scene of London. You can make out Big Ben, The London Eye and Tower Bridge! ! The box is unusual, in the shape of a hexagon, whereas the actual product is your average tube!
I am some what disappointed in the actual product packaging, as I think it could be a little snazzier instead of a white bottle, but that has no affect on the product itself!

The quotes on the packaging are really sweet. It says "let the pretty games begin!" on the top, and then on either side, it says "London's calling... smooth on a happy face" and "brightening primer of champions."
You can see from the pictures above, when you remove the lid, there are lots of little holes, that when you twist the bottom, the product comes out of.
The Product
The product itself is a light baby pink with subtle shimmer and smells like strawberries. Yes! It smells like strawberries! But I suppose Benefit products are renowned for having inviting smelling products!
After I moisturise, I apply this as a base for my foundation. Even after applying a small amount, I notice a significant change in the radiance of my skin. I look a little more awake! I then use a foundation on top. (Above, I am wearing Yves Saint Laurent Le Teint Touche Eclat Foundation). I really do feel that it does what it claims when it says 'brightening', my skin does look all around brighter and more glowy!
Being a primer and all, you expect for your makeup to stay on longer when using it. I don't know whether my makeup stays on for any longer, perhaps an extra hour or two, but nothing significant. It also doesn't really prevent oiliness, but then, when a primer doesn't specify it is for oily skin, what can you expect!
Overall, I really like this primer, and the way it makes my skin look. I really enjoy using it and will defiantly continue to do so!

Monday, 3 September 2012

Haul | Back To School & London

I don't know about any of my other readers, but on Wednesday, my alarm goes off at 7, and I start the school routine. I am quite excited, as I love school, but I sure am going to miss those lie-ins!
I have a collective haul of things I have bought for school, and some things I have bought in Kingston, London & Westfields Stratford.
This is my new school bag- a Ted Baker Shopper Bag. I love it! It is a metallic browny colour with baby pink detailing. It is very spacious, and I defiantly recommend them for school bags!
RRP: £35
My new pencil case is from Paperchase, and the inspiration for me buying it, was the birthday card I bought my friend Holly, it was also from Paperchase, and had the identical pattern. It is really compact, and fits all the necessities perfectly.
RRP: £3.50
Now come on, how cute are these? They are irresistible! They are also from Paperchase. They are really small, and all fit fine into my pencil case. My sister got the panda ones, but being a cat lover myself, these were the ones for me!
RRP: £2.50
Yet another Paperchase purchase, and this is for Food Technology. The folder has such a pretty pattern, and is a really good size. I cant wait to pull this out in class!
RRP: £3.50
This is only a tiny thing. I went to Candy Kittens on the Kings Road (a pop up store that Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing devised) being a huge fan of Jamie, because how can you not love him?! I had my heart set on going there! I got a few other bits which you will see in a minute- but I also got this really cute pen with the Candy Kittens Logo on!
RRP: £1
Another Candy Kittens purchase is my Candy Kitten Canvas Bag. As they were sold out of shopping bags, if you spent over £20 in store, you were able to get this for £2 instead of £5. For me, it was a no-brainer, as I now have a new PE bag!
RRP: Usually £5
I adore Slipper Shoes as you will find out soon, and my new school shoes are no exception. These ones are from New Look. Going to a school with a strict uniform code, I have never strayed far from normal dolly pumps, but I think these are so cute! They are really comfy, and I cant wait to start wearing them on Wednesday, as they are something a little different to your usual 'school shoes'.
RRP: £8 (sale)
I bought my New Look Wooly Cardy a few weeks ago, and have worn it non stop. I find it goes with any outfit, and I shouldn't really need to wear it, as technically its still summer, but its really warm on those chillier days!
RRP: £17.99
 I bought these in the huge Jack Wills in Kingston. I was in desperate need of a new pair, as my old Jack Wills sweat pants have a hole in the knee, from when I fell over on my friends drive! These are so comfy, and I'm wearing them as I speak! I wear them ALL the time and these will defiantly see me into the winter months!
RRP: £29 (sale)
 These Primark Cheeky Shorts are another wintery buy. I love this print and think it is the ultimate Christmas print! I prefer to wear shorts in bed, so these are great for me! They are really reasonably priced too!
RRP: £3
I  got this H&M Red Skirt in Kingston and love it! I love wearing red, but I think sometimes, it can look a little over done. This is very fitted (which is what I like, as I wear stretchy skirts a lot of the time) and is really flattering on. I wear it high waisted, but you could also wear it on the hips, for a longer, more pencil skirt look.
RRP: £14.99
I have been on the hunt for a neutral blazer for ages now, and I came across two in Westfields. I decided on the one from Zara. It is a really unique texture and is so comfy on! It is amazing quality too. It is a classic staple item, and I will wear it in the years to come to all sorts of events!
RRP: £49.99
This is the last thing I got from Candy Kittens and it is the Whaa T-Shirt. I was torn between this one, and the Pardy T-shirt, but seeing as me and my Mum find it absolutely hilarious when Jamie, Francis and Proudlock use the term Whaa I knew I had to have this one!
RRP: £20
This is my second T-Shirt of the haul. After watching Notting Hill on TV on Tuesday for the hundredth time, it was decided that Notting Hill was to be the location of choice on Wednesday. Whilst browsing around lots of Boutiques I came across this T-Shirt, that I knew, had to be mine! Notting Hill being one of my favourite films, this is right up my street!
RRP: £15
I went to the Paralympics on Friday. (Ill do a post about my amazing experience). And before we went in, we spent the day shopping in Westfields! I got lots of goodies, but me and my family each got a T-Shirt from the Adidas Store. I chose this one, and wore it on the night. I am wearing it now, wishing I was there again!
RRP: £7.50
Slipper Shoes are my favourite at the moment, and these Suede ones from New Look are no exception, and you can see from the picture, they are already well worn! I love them, and they are extremely comfy!
RRP: £17.99
If you follow my blog regularly, you may have seen my Origins Wednesday Wishlist. In John Lewis, I bought a couple of things from the Origins Counter. I finally gave into the hype and bought the Super Spot Remover, and I can safely say, I have been nothing but impressed so far! Expect a review!
RRP: £13
With my current obsession being Origins, I also bought this from the counter. I was umming and erring about getting the full size of Modern Friction Exfoliatior, as £31 is a lot to fork out, but when I saw they had a 50ml size for a third of the price, I couldn't leave it! Expect a review of this too!
RRP: £12
I also got another MAC Eyeshadow for my Pro Palette. I wanted a really natural colour for school, and went for the shade Ricepaper. It is a Peachy Gold with Shimmer and seeing as I love wearing gold eyeshadow I thought it would be perfect! I will do a full review soon.
RRP: £10
I used one of my friend clips like this, and really liked them. Primark do really reasonably priced hair accessorises so I got some from there!
RRP: £1
I have had my eye on these tights, but never got round to buying them. They were in Primark for £1! Such a bargain! I will wear them with a plain skirt, (maybe my red one....) and I think they really jazz up an outfit!
RRP: £1 (sale)
Phew-ey that was a long post! I hope you enjoyed!