I get my hair cut by the lovely celeb hairdresser Mark Wooley at his salon Electric Hair (nearest tube Bond Street) in London. I thought I would show you a couple of pictures after I came out of the salon on here and I will also post the video so you can see how he does it!
It is not the most exciting video as I ask for a very very simple style but it might help to show you that you do not need lots done to your hair for it to look incredible! Just a simple good cut. :-)
Also, I get asked all the time if I dye my hair and the answer is NO!! This is my natural hair colour and I don't plan on dying it anytime soon. It changes on it's own to blonder in the Summer and darker in the Winter and that's enough change for me!
I hope you enjoy seeing my experience at the hairdressers!
2 face masks I stole from my boyfriend! (Ole Henriksen berry enzyme mask and Menscience green tea clay mask), Candles (Yankee and Diptyque in particular), Everything Christmas related (mulled wine, pubs, Christmas music, Christmas lights and trees...I could go on), Cosy hoodies from Jack Wills or Hollister (Not items of clothing I would really wear out but great for around the house at this time of year!), Twitter, Tali's Blog (where I got this idea of listing faves from), My new Ted Baker parka, Massages (a great way to relax), Classic Red Gel manicures (I like Shellac Hollywood), Chantecaille Just Skin tinted moisturiser and Future Skin foundation (both are amazing), Barry M gloss 11 (it never grows old), Friends coming home from uni to hang out with me (so exciting), Green tea (so cleansing), Diptique Eau Duelle fragrance, Bubble baths (with posh bubble bath!), Olivia Palermo's hair in The City, Decaf Ginger Bread Lattes (my brain can't handle caffiene), Mince Pies, reading Breaking Dawn (I will continue to read uneducating, easy read books until I am 25), Liz Earle C&P, Origins Mega Mushroom face cream, Elemis facials (REALLY need one of these but am waiting for my best friends to come home from uni so I can go with them - girly time!), lastly - anything Cashmere!!!
Sorry for the pic quality but this is my attempt at Olivia Palermo hair (how she wore it in the program The City) and I am wearing my new winter coat. :-)
I seriously love listing my favourite things...as you can probably tell! I know this post was not a joy to read but I hope you found it fun/interesting! It is competely different from my usual writing style - but I like it!
See you soon - I will upload a new YouTube video tomorrow night!
The perfect foundation for those of you who love a flawless finish without the feel of wearing heavy makeup.
I was a little late to get this foundation from Chanel, people have been raving about it for ages! However, I finally tried and tested it and wow - I am so impressed. I am going to try and round up this foundation for you and tell you the reasons why I love it...
It is so so so light - as in the texture is very watery (but in a good way!) yet it gives a decent light/medium coverage that lasts on my skin for a good 8 hours, even in my oily t zone!
The packaging is amazing for traveling with as you will see in the photograph that the bottle is very small (but still contains as much as in the pro lumiere big glass bottle). Also it is very light as it's made from plastic. Obviously the packaging is not as luxurious as the Vitalumiere or Pro Lumiere bottle but it is far more practical.
It gives my skin a natural looking glow without being as dewy as pro or vitalumiere.
Finally, it is sheer enough that it shows your own skin through and perfects your skin rather than masking it.
Note: This foundation is not for you if you are a lover of the "made up" look. Or maybe it would be a good "day off" foundation for you!
I will definitely be using it in some of my YouTube makeup tutorials soon so you can see how it looks on my skin :-)
Thank you for visiting my blog and please leave me a comment if you have any questions about this foundation that I have left unanswered!