Monday, 28 December 2015

Winter Hair Care Favourites

Current Haircare Favourites
With winter here I thought I'd share with you all some of my favourite winter hair care products that get me through the harsh, bitter months and leave me with healthy, hydrated hair!

Winter's frosty weather can create quite the storm with our skin and hair, whether that's drying out the scalp, frizzing the ends or making your hair appear incredibly dull and lifeless. Our hair needs more TLC than any other month and it can be quite exhausting trying to find products that work. But, not need to feel exhausted any more as here are some products I believe truly help keep your locks healthy.

Toni&Guy Heat Protection Mist - I try to avoid using heat on my hair as much as possible, but when I do, I like to spritz my hair through with this lovely mist. This just helps protect my hair against any damage and breakage, and like most Toni&Guy products, it smells delicious!

Moroccan Oil - Summer, autumn, wint...this will always be a favourite throughout all seasons. I like to apply a 5p sized amount through the ends of my freshly washed, damp hair and leave it to soak in naturally. I don't blow dry my hair therefore I am able to see the results a lot more. My hair is left feeling super hydrated, smooth and adds a wonderful healthy shine to my hair, allowing it to overall look luscious. 

Khadi Repair Oil Shampoo* - Never have I ever used an oil-shampoo and I must admit I was nervous trying it out, surely applying oil to your scalp would grease it? The Khadi shampoos are runny as they do not contain any SLS, while it might appear oily, once applied your hair instantly feels like magic when worked into your scalp. My hair can get very dry during winter, so I personally like to leave the shampoo on my hair for 2 minutes. The formula is all natural conditioners, so the longer you leave it in the more nourished your hair feels. I can honestly say this adds so much moisture to my hair and is the perfect shampoo to have during winter.

Scott Cornwell Protein Spray* - I find once winter is upon us that my hair colour starts to look a little dull. This protein spray is colour protected which means it is used to help keep your colour locked in for longer. I have noticed a huge difference in my hair colouring, this has kept my colour locked in a ridiculous amount. I usually would have re-dyed my roots by now, but because of this spray my hair now looks healthy and full of life.

Toni&Guy Limited Edition Fluid Metal Styler* - Have you ever seen anything prettier? A beautiful styler created to straighten, curl and wave your hair. The iridescent titanium plates really make this product look a lot more special. December is always a busy month for me and sometimes doing my hair can take a great deal of time. What I like about this product is it has a variety of different heat settings, if I am running late I can quickly straighten my hair within 5 minutes thanks to this amazing product. I personally love this styler, you can create so many looks with it! 

Tangle Teezer - Just like the Moroccan Oil, I use this product throughout all seasons. This brush has saved my hair so many times. As it gets colder my hair does get a bit more tougher to work with and one major problem I have it brushing it through once washed. This brush helps brush through my hair without ripping or damaging it, totally saves my hair from becoming a tatty mess.

What are your winter hair care favourites??

Wednesday, 23 December 2015

My Top 6 Christmas Films

My Top 5 Christmas Films
Christmas is so close to us now, which means I am able to listen to festive music and have cosy nights in watching Christmassy films with hot chocolates, to get in the festivity mood - which let's face it I am quite clearly already in. For today's post I wanted to share with you all some of my favourite Christmas films that I love to watch throughout December.

P'S a lot of Disney films to be expected!

1. Disney's A Christmas Carol | This is an animated retelling of the Charles Dickens' classic novel about a Victorian-era miser taken on a journey of self redemption, courtesy of several mysterious Christmas apparitions. I really like this film it is a lot different to most Christmas films I have in my favourites, but it does have a sense of adventure to it. It's a little bit like The Gringe, this grumpy old man ends up falling in love with Christmas. Just writing about it makes me want to watch it!

2. Edward Scissorhands | This was in my Halloween Favourite Films therefore that speaks for itself. This is about a young, quirky man who has scissors as hands and a freakish appearance. A saleswoman discovers Edward and takes him home, where he falls for Peg's daughter. The music and the elements of snow really makes this film feel Christmas-y and get you really excited. The TV always has this on around Christmas!

3. Disney's Frozen | When the newly crowned Queen Elsa accidentally uses her power to turn things into ice to curse her home in infinite winter, her sister Anna teams up with a mountain man, his playful reindeer and a snowman to change the weather condition and help save Elsa. You probably all know what Frozen is about as it seems as though everybody has saw this film! I love this film over the Christmas and to me it is a festive film. The soundtrack is so entertaining and the storyline has a great little twist to it.

4. The Holiday | Two women troubled with guy problems swap homes in each other's countries, where they meet a local guy and fall in love. If you like Love Actually you will probably like this film too. Even though it is on for over 2 hours, which seems extensive for a romantic film, it is a lovely film to watch over Christmas. I love Jude Law for starters, but there is a lot of wintry, Christmas vibes to this film which makes it perfect to snuggle on the sofa to watch.

5. Disney's Beauty and the Beast | When Belles father gets imprisoned by the Beast, she offers herself in exchange of his freedom. Unaware that her captor is in fact an enchanted prince, Belle and the Beast discover love for one another. I love this film! It is in fact my all time favourite Disney film, which is probably why I included it in this post. It has a lot of Christmas, cosy elements to it and the soundtrack is so much fun to sing along to. 

6. The Nightmare Before Christmas | Jack Skellington, the king of Halloween Town discovers Christmas Town, but doesn't quite understand the concept behind it. If you enjoy those gothic, quirky, animated movies you will really enjoy this film. This film is a traditional film you have to watch over the Christmas! I didn't think I'd enjoy this film, given it looks a lot like a Halloween film, but I actually really enjoyed it.

These are my Top 6 Favourite Christmas Films that I watch every single year and can never get bored of. I do have other favourites that I would also recommend such as Elf, Home Alone, Jingle all the Way and The Polar Express. These are all typical Christmas-y films that get you in the festive mood!

What are your favourite Christmas films??

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Festive Reds

Festive Reds
Apart from the cosy knitted socks, over sized jumpers and lots of LUSH baths, another reason why I love the festive season is I am able to pick and choose between my dark lipsticks. Red is such a classic Christmassy colour to wear, I usually sway more towards purple lips in winter, but this year I have decided to rock the red more. Today I am sharing with you my top 5 festive red lipsticks!

Chanel 'Arthur' Hydrating Lipstick* - This is such a classic shade of red that is perfect for both day and night wear. What I love about this lipstick is how hydrating it feels sometimes, it can be a bit of a chore finding a lipstick that hydrates really well. The colour is so pigmented and long lasting, which is perfect because topping up red lipstick can take awhile!

Nars Lip Pencils 'Cruella' & 'Iberico' - I never really understood the concept of lip pencils, these to me seem a bit more like a thin version of a chubby stick. I feel as though I have more control using these lip pencils than I do with a lipstick, they are incredibly easy and quick to apply. I find these so long lasting and the pigmentation is stunning - a little goes a long way. Cruella is definitely a more of a deep red, perfect for festive occasions whereas Iberico is a little bit more perfect for daytime wear.

Rimmel Kate Moss Lipsticks '12' & '01' - I've always been a huge fan of Kate Moss lipsticks as they last such a long time! Number 12 is a cheaper alternative to the Nars 'Iberico' shade and 01 is definitely your classic, deep red wine shade, perfect on Christmas Day. These are inexpensive and easier to pick up compared to Nars and Chanel and I find they moisturize your lips a little bit more.

What is your go-to Festive Red??

Monday, 21 December 2015

My Festive Makeup Essentials

My Festive Makeup Essentials
Ahh the festive season is finally here! I love winter, it is all about the sparkle and shimmer for me so, what better way then to update my makeup routine!? Today I am going to share with you all My Festive Makeup Essentials that'll really get you looking like a Christmas snowflake or angel!

Chanel Les Ombre Eyeshadow Quad 'Tisse Camelia'* | Chanel is a very special brand therefore what better time to wear it than the festive season. These ombre quads include 4 vibrant, pigment-rich eyeshadows that are so long-lasting and powerful on the lids. Including a highlight, two medium tones and a deep shadow to intensify the eyes. This palette is amazing for winter as you can create so many festive, shimmery, bold looks for both day and night. I love the packaging that it comes in, very sophisticated and classy.

No.7 Highlighting Stick | I highlight my face all year round but when it gets to Winter I swap my powdery highlights for a more thick, creamy one. No.7s highlighting stick is such a creamy, easy to apply stick that gives you amazingly strong highlight that pops up in photos lovely. This always leaves my makeup looking incredibly healthy and in some ways more expensive too. Highlights are perfect for creating that Festive Makeup look as you will have such a healthy glow that sometimes winter can disguise away.

Clinique Chubby  Stick 'Curviest Caramel'* | Chubby sticks are my all time favourite sort of lip products. They glide on my lips so easy and always last such a long time without topping up or smudges. On those days I don't feel daring enough for dark lips, I like to wear this lip product from Clinique. This adds a pop of pink to my lips that lets them stand out, but not as bold and vibrant as my red. I love these and I definitely recommend them if you don't always like spending a great deal of time on your lips, but want the flattering bold look.

Chanel 'Arthur' Lipstick* | A classic red is a must for the festive season or a nice purple. The shade of this lipstick is such a staple to wear for all seasons, but the fact it's a high-end brand makes it a lot more special. Again I only wear this lipstick on special occasions because of its expense, but the consistency is incredibly long lasting and bold. I love everything about this lipstick. This sort of red can be dressed up or down also, but I personally love to style this with a black turtle neck dress.

NARS Dual Intensity Blush | I am a lot more bolder with my makeup in Winter so I like to use darker blushers rather than pastel shades. This is one of my favourites because not only does it include 2 beautiful paired shades, it also adds an amazing shimmery glow to your cheeks. A little goes a long way with this blusher, you do not need a lot of it because both shades combined together add such a vibrant look. This again shows up amazingly in photos!

Freedom Pro Priming Water* | To set my festive makeup off I like to spritz this priming water on top of my makeup. This can be used as a lightweight primer or as a top extra highlight. It hydrates your skin as well as gives you a boost of radiance, which is the look I like to go for in Winter. I use this as an extra highlight and I must admit it really does add radiance to my makeup and sets it off nicely ready for a party!

What is your Festive Makeup Essentials??

Sunday, 20 December 2015

What I Love About Christmas

What I Love About Christmas
Apart from the expensive, mad-rush in town and the one Brussels sprout I dedicate myself to eat on my Christmas dinner, there is very few things I dislike about Christmas. This means there's a significant amount of things I do love about it but, I have managed to narrow it down to the biggest reasons why.

If you're not feeling festive yet then hopefully this will help!

1. The Atmosphere - I love the atmosphere both in my house and outside of it too. Whenever I am in town all the Christmas lights are lit, music's playing and everyone is in a merry mood to buy their gifts. Which just makes you feel excited about buying other people's presents! I also love the feel of Christmas in my house - lots of twinkling lights, Christmassy films, hot chocolates in Santa mugs and let's not forget delicious tins of chocolate. Preferably Quality Streets!

2. The Weather - I hesitated to put this one in but, since we had a glimmer of some lovely snow over the weekend there is still hope for a white Christmas. I love the weather leading up to and after Christmas, being able to snuggle in thick coats, socks, scarves etc is such a warm, comforting feel! Plus we have more excuse to have a nice, long hot bath.

3. The No-Guilt - Being able to eat and drink as much as you want without feeling guilty because most people are doing it too. I love the excuse of being able to have a piece of chocolate everyday from my advent calendar, being able to have so much food stuffed on my Christmas dinner and bake sweet mince pies or Christmas cookies!

4. The Music/Films - I started creating my Christmas playlist in November I was that keen to listen to them. I love being able to listen to some classic Christmas songs and films in the comfort of my own home. Personal favourites of mine are Greg Lake, Wham and Shakin Stephens for music and Disney's Christmas Carol, The Polar Express and Edwards Scissorhands for films. What are yours?

5. Presents - Everyone loves giving and receiving presents on Christmas don't they? It's a lovely feeling knowing the people you buy for love the gifts and vice versa. I also love being able to write lists on what to buy people for Christmas and lets not forget about wrapping them too! I always dedicate a day to wrapping presents whilst watching Christmas films.

6. The Dinner - I could not leave this and not mention the Christmas dinner, I mean this just needs a blog post for itself. I always love the smell of my house on Christmas Day, the smell of the turkey roasting, vegetables brewing and bacon off the pigs in blanket. I always make sure I eat one Brussels sprout on Christmas and lots of stuffing. My favourite is definitely the pigs in blankets or homemade Yorkshire puddings! What is your favourite part of the dinner?

My apologies if any of you are left feeling hungry, it made me hungry just by typing.

What do you love most about Christmas??

Thursday, 17 December 2015

Gift Guide: £10 And Under

Gift Guide On A Budget
Isn't it an amazing feeling being able to discover some lovely Christmas gifts that don't cost you an arm and a leg? I am always on the hunt to find some AMAZING deals on Christmas presents that have good thought behind it. Today I wanted to share with you all a variety of gifts that are within budget and are perfect for even the fussy ones we know.

I love when brands launch sample, travel sized products around Christmas time, they are perfect for trialing before you splurge on the full size. Dove sets are perfect for this and one in-particular which would be perfect for an overnight stay is the Dove Cherish Mini Set. With a deodorant, body wash and butter you are prepared for a weekend away. I like using Dove as part of my pamper routine, therefore if you know someone who enjoys pampering themselves, the Dove Real Women Wash bag Gift Set is for them. With full sized products and the perfect makeup bag, this is a bargain!

I don't know a single female who doesn't want or already own a Tangle Teezer, therefore when I see them on offer and come in the cutest Christmas-cracker style packaging, how can I refuse? The miniature sized TT are perfect for popping in your handbag for on the go. If you know someone who has a love for makeup and experimenting with different looks then the Freedom House of Glamdolls Palette* is perfect. This palette covers most makeup areas: eyeshadow, brows, highlight, blush and lipgloss - therefore this could also be a good gift for girls who are starting to get into makeup. The quality of this palette is pretty good too!

Christmas candles are a must for feeling festive and winding down with a good film. Kiss Air Candles* do some incredible Christmassy scents this year that give off an amazing smell. They have a scent in Chocolate Orange which is incredible as it smells just like a Terry's Chocolate Orange! These are great value for money and last a great deal of time. If you know someone who loves jewellery and accessorizing with dainty bits, then these cute Christmas Rings* would make the perfect little stocking filler! LVNDR do some amazing accessories at a really good price and they send the gifts wrapped in tissue paper and come in cute little tote bags!

This one isn't £10 or less, but I am mentioning it anyways because it is a fun, little idea that any chocaholic would love. Thorntons have created a Christmas Gift Finder* which is basically a little game that asks you questions in relation to Christmas and at the end your questions decide what gift hamper you deserve or someone else! The game is very festive and reminds me a lot of something from Willy Wonka. 

What is your best Christmas gift bargain you've discovered??

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

My Winter Warriors

My Winter Warriors
As soon as the UK gets a little bit chillier I like to up my skincare routine and use products a lot more. It can be quite difficult to take care of your skin in the winter, I find especially with all the mad Christmas shop rushes. Today I wanted to share with you all My Winter Warriors, these essentially help battle off any imperfections that the weather could be causing.

Clinique All About Eye Serum* | My eyes suffer the most in winter, they get dry, dark and sometimes I look dead. I have been using an eye serum instead of an eye gel/cream every evening before bed. This de-puffing massage roller helps massage away any dark circles, refreshes and hydrates my eyes. I always find my eyes look a lot more fresh and awake when I have used this, definitely a one to try if you suffer with dark eyes.

L'Occitane Repairing Mask* | As well as upping my skincare I do like to take extra care of my hair too. At the moment I am using the L'Occitane Repair Mask and I leave this on for 5 minutes. This mask is recommended for coloured hair, which is perfect for me as I dye my hair quite often. My hair is always left feeling soft, shiny and a lot more healthier, I personally love this mask it is definitely worth the splurge in winter for taming those locks.

Origin's GinZing Moisturizer | This fruity scented moisturizer is a bliss for my skin and is so worth the crazy amount of money. I have used this moisturizer for a good year now and I can really see a difference in my skin. I have oily skin, but I do occasionally get dryness - especially in winter. This is somewhere between a gel and a cream, it's lightweight and full of ingredients to perk your skin up (coffee beans). I definitely think my skin looks a lot more awake and fresh when I apply this. It always leaves my face feeling very hydrated and ready for the day!

Jurlique Moisturizing Cream Mask* | I am forever trying new masks out on my skin - it seems to be a bit of a hobby! This cream mask is rich, deeply hydrating and leaves your skin feeling radiant and smooth. Even though I have oily skin, using a creamy hydrating face mask once a week really locks in and gives my skin all the health it needs. This mask smells very rosy and is perfect to sit in the bath with for 10 minutes whilst relaxing back. This definitely is worth trying if you want to lock moisture in your skin to avoid any dryness!

Trilogy Rosehip Lip Balm* | My lips never usually feel the cold, but unfortunately this year they have suffered a lot! I always like to use lip products that contain no patroluem jelly and are natural if possible. I have been using Trilogy Oil Lip Balm for a week or so now and this always leaves my lips feeling smooth and protects them from any dry or soreness. Containing jojoba to soothe, cocoa and shea butter to deliver nutrients and cooling peppermint oil adding a gentle zing.

Dove Derma Spa Intensive Hand Cream | I always like to pop a hand cream in my bag with me no matter where I go. I think by going to the gym, Christmas shopping and an overload amount of baths, my hands need a lot more TLC. I use this hand cream by Dove and it smells so lovely and rosy. I don't really have a routine with this, I use it whenever I get the chance and it keeps my hands from cracking and drying. The best thing about this cream is my hands are never left feeling greasy or sticky.

Origin's Super Spot Remover | This spot treatment always seems to creep its way onto my blog around this time of the year, which speaks for itself really. Whenever it gets colder my skin tends to suffer with a few nasty spots. I like to pop this miracle worker over any spot and this will clear up the spot as well as the redness surrounding. A little goes a long way with this treatment.

Those are My Winter Warriors that I cannot be without during the cold season and always help fight off any imperfection on my skin and hair.

What are your Winter Warriors??

Sunday, 13 December 2015

5 Things To Do On A Sunday

Ugh Sunday, the end of the weekend and the last day before we start from the beginning again. I personally hate Sundays, they are the most slowest, unproductive, boring days of the week and I always cannot wait for it to be over. Recently I have been doing things on Sunday to make the day bearable and a lot more enjoyable. So I decided to share with you some ways to spend your Sunday that are fun!

1. Catch Up - I've been taking a couple of hours of my Sunday to catch up on Youtube, TV and blog posts I have missed during the week.

2. Family Time - I sometimes like to spend my day away from the keyboard and with some family. Recently I've been trying to complete a jigsaw puzzle with my mam, which is actually impossible. At the age of 21 I can say I have been enjoying this.

3. Pamper Day - Sunday seem's like the only real free day I get to relax and do whatever I please. So I've recently been taking the evening out to pamper myself with a face mask, hair mask and sometimes paint my nails.

4. Cleaning Day - This one bores me a little but, if I play some Christmas music or stick a Disney film on as I work, it does make the day go a lot quicker. I like to take Sunday out to clean up and sometimes change things around to keep things looking fresh.

5. Go To A Market - Where I live there is a lot of weekend markets on in different areas close by. I sometimes like to walk to the Quayside to go to the market in the mornings with my boyfriend or a friend to kill some time. I always end up coming home with some lovely trinkets and brownies of course.

What do you do to make Sunday's a fun day??

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

A Festive Candle Haul

A Festive Candle Haul
One thing I love about the frosty wintry weather, is it's now acceptable to stay in the house more. Whether it's snuggled up on the sofa watching Netflix with a good cup of tea, having a bubbly bath full of LUSH products or being able to light some festive candles and completely wash away your troubles. I am always about the comfort in winter, whether that's bath products, blankets, thick socks or candles. I always like to feel properly comfortable and snug. Today I have a little post on some Festive Candles by a brand called Kiss-Air and oh my they smell delicious!

Christmas Tree | This smells amazing, it has such a strong and real scent to it where you could close your eyes and totally imagine you had a real Christmas tree! Such an authentic aroma of pine trees with a hint of sweet mountain air. This is definitely a one to burn in your living room, it is very fresh and really puts you in the Christmas spirit.

Chocolate Orange | I was most excited by this flavour candle as who wouldn't want a candle that smells of Terry's Chocolate Orange? I can't guarantee this won't stop me from buying the chocolate though, as it smells so real! Such a delicious fragrance combined with milk chocolate and sweet orange notes, resting on a delicate vanilla base. I cannot get over how much this smells like an actual Terry's Chocolate Orange, I bet it'll be great for a chocolate diet!

Mulberry Spice | One scent I love in winter is cinnamon, it has such a Christmas feel to it that really excites you. This scented candle has refreshing top notes of zesty bitter orange peel and lemon, middle notes of warm wild mulberries, with base notes of freshly ground cinnamon bark and nutmeg. This is the definition of Christmas in a candle and I think this is a one I will be burning dot on Christmas day! I absolutely love the scent it really excites me for Christmas, as well as making me want a Chai Latte.

I can't wait to burn these candles throughout December and really get in the festive spirit. What I love most about these candles is how spot on they smell and I think that is down to the soy wax. These are supposed to burn up to 25-30 hours and release delicious, authentic fragrances all around the room.
*PR Sample/gift.
What is your favourite Christmas scent??

Sunday, 6 December 2015

For When You Catch A Winter Cold

For When You Catch A Winter Cold
Winter is all sparkles and excitement until you are hit full-force with an awful wintry cold. Most people do get the sniffles or a bad cough once the temperature drops which can really dampen your mood and motivation. I have recently just got over a little cold and thought why not write a post about things I do/use to help make me feel a bit better.

Whenever I feel under the weather I personally like to solve my problems with a nice hot bath. When I get a bad cold my skin tends to need a lot more TLC, therefore I like to relax with a face mask on, preferably Clinique Pore Refining Solutions for oily skin. This mask always calms my skin down and helps reduce any redness. If I don't use a face mask I like to cleanse and tone my face. At the moment I am using the Freedom Glow Tonic* exfoliating toner, that helps even out skin tones for a clearer, brighter and more glowing complexion. When I'm run down my face does lack in that glowing, healthy appearance, therefore using this toner really helps restore some sparkle to my skin!

My eyes suffer the most when it comes to being run down, therefore a good eye cream in an essential. I like to use the Origin Ginzing Eye cream because the thick consistency always leaves my eyes feeling incredible the next day. As well as applying an eye cream I like to add a couple of eye drops because my eyes recently have felt very irritated and dry. I like to use the Bausch and Lomb Biotrue Drops, these instantly allows my eyes to feel refreshed and clean.

Once relaxed I like to light some candles, at the moment since Christmas is upon us I am burning Chocolate Orange by Kiss Air Candles*. This literally smells like a Terry's Chocolate Orange, which is delicious to have burning in your room and probably helps stop the cravings! As well as this I like to make a cup of tea and usually when I am run down I will use the Tetley's Super Immune Green Tea. I cannot recommend this tea enough, I genuinely believe without this tea I would be ill a lot. This always helps fight off any cold and gives me a stronger immune system. During winter my hands always suffer a lot more with dryness off the gym and probably off carrying a lot more shopping bags! Therefore I like to pop some of the Dove Derma Spa Hand Cream* on any opportunity I get. It always leaves my hands feeling super soft without the greasiness after feeling.

What do you like to use when you get a cold??

Thursday, 3 December 2015

Current Favourite Accessories

Current Favourite Accessories
Current Favourite Accessories
Current Favourite Accessories
When it comes to the world of fashion, I have always been a sucker for pretty, dainty accessories to help style an outfit. Perhaps I don't talk about fashion enough on my blog, but I have always believed that accessories put together an outfit and give you that finish you are looking for. I am one of those girls who cannot leave the house without wearing a pair of cute studs and my Daniel Wellington watch. 

Today I wanted to share with you all some of my current favourite accessories that I reach out for at the moment!

I have always found wearing bralets a comfortable piece of underwear that I like to lay around the house in. This bralet is from LVNDR* and it is so stunning, with the floral detailing and sheer white colour, this is perfect to wear for comfort. It is quite see through which is why I opt to wear it indoors, but I could imagine this looking lovely under a white dress.

I don't always like taking my big purse when I go out, so on those days I just need a couple of bits I like to use my Rose Gold Card Holder from Accessorize. This is the perfect size and allows me to wear smaller bags too! I think every girl needs a pom pom keyring in their life and here is why. You can hook them to your keys, phone and even all your bags. This cute little product creates a bag to look a lot more stylish and cute. I am always swapping and changing mine! You can pick this one up at Primark for £2.00.

What's an accessories post without a bit of jewellery? If you've been a reader of my blog for awhile now you will know I am obsessed with dainty, quirky pieces of jewellery. Lately I have been obsessed with wearing three different pieces from JiJiKiki*. If you have a weird interest in dinosaurs then you will love this teeny tiny silver diplodocus necklace. I wear this with pretty much all my casual outfits, I think the cutesy size of this necklace makes it a lot more unique and eye catching. 

Custard cream biscuits are my favourite biscuits of all time, therefore if I see some cute stud earrings with them on I'm going to have them. These quirky studs get so much attention when I wear them, they are so cool and perfect for biscuit lovers like myself. The last piece of jewellery I currently love is a cat ring, which sums up my life to be honest. What I like about this ring is it's adjustable so it fits my tiny little fingers, plus the ring itself can go with any outfit! I also have a 10% discount code for you all valid until 10/12/15 which is: KWB10

What is your favourite accessory??


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