Monday, 27 June 2016

Kiss Air Candles

You can never have too many candles, and if someone tells you that you can, get rid of them, you don't need to deal with that kind of negativity in your life. I've hoarded candles for as long as I can remember; I love that candlelight changes the ambience of a room whilst filling it with a gorgeous scent. 

Saturday, 25 June 2016

Personalised Chocolate with Morse Toad

My favourite things are makeup and chocolate, in no particular order; so I was more than willing to give Morse Toad a go when they got in touch. 

Friday, 24 June 2016

Medication Made Me Say It

I've said quite a few hilarious things when I've been slightly off my face on prescription drugs. This is completely different to my Brain Fog series, because brain fog happens on the daily, and here I'll be sharing silly things I've said/done when I've taken really strong medication and the effects it has on my thoughts.

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Buff & Butter Essential Oils

Since writing my post last month on oil diffusing, I've really become quite obsessed with essential oils. Then again, it's not only me, my boyfriend is pretty impressed too; he lights the tea light in our oil burner or turns our diffuser on more often than I do. I think we will both freely admit that we're fans.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Makeup Geek Eye Shadow Pan Haul

A few weekends ago Beauty Bay did an offer where all Makeup Geek products were half price. I pretty much praised the heavens and decided it was the best time to make an order. Only a few days previously I composed a list of shadows I needed, so it was fate really.

Monday, 20 June 2016

Series of Firsts: First Kiss

I'm starting a new series over here on my little corner of the internet, called Firsts. I'm always very open and will gladly share all most things, so I thought it'd be good to write about my first experiences of certain events/milestones etc. And what better way to kick this off with an embarrassing tale of my first kiss...

Saturday, 18 June 2016

Scope's #30toWatch - Nobody is 'too pretty' to be in a Wheelchair

Last year I wrote a post about being disabled and wearing makeup; I never thought it'd get as much attention as it did because I was simply expressing my views on how society judges disabled people that choose to put cosmetics on their face. I knew it was as issue, I knew a lot of my disabled beauty lover friends had also dealt with negativity, and I wanted to address it. You can read my original post here if you like.

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

A Pale Girls Dream: The Body Shop Shade Adjusting Lightening Drops

I never complain about being pale, I'm very happy looking like a cute ghost; but what does annoy me is the lack of really fair foundations available. The majority of brands seem to have no idea that us milk-bottle-coloured people wear makeup and we want our face to match the rest of our body. It's so tough finding a foundation that is light enough, and to be completely honest, I don't think I've ever found a perfect match.