The Glamour Beauty Festival, 2017 London: what I loved and why I will not attend again.

Every year around March, Glamour Magazine UK hosts a huge beauty festival in London, with all the hottest brands, loads of giveaways, samples, brow and lash bars, facials, talks and an impressive goodie bag. Sounds awesome, right? Well, almost. Read on to why I probably won’t go again.     Held in the beautiful Saatchi…

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Roses and Romance with Prestige Flowers

Flowers are everything. If you spend any time on Instagram you will see them featured in many posts. What is it about them that makes us feel so uplifted and happy? Why are they such a symbol of love and care? Of decadence? I’m not entirely sure, but I love them, and these beauties featured…

My Cousin Rachel by Daphne Du Maurier

Perhaps it’s no surprise to find another review of a novel by Daphne Du Maurier on my blog. I love Rebecca so much, as I know a lot of you do too, and I read The House on the Strand a few months back, (you’ll find the review for that one HERE). This book is…

Think Pink: Spring’s Biggest Shade

From blush tones to dusky warm pink, the shade to be seen in this season is pink. Whether head to toe, Barbie style, or just touches, it’s THE colour to be seen in. Pink is a great colour because it feels so feminine, though I know most women have Β bit of a love/hate relationship with…

My Little London Fashion Week Festival Haul

If you’ve been following along on here or in Instagram, you’ll know that I went to the London Fashion Week Festival this year. It’s an extravaganza of fashion, selfies, fashionista types, talks, catwalk shows and loads and loads of shopping. And actually, some really great deals on designer wear. Some of you were asking me…

Cross (AKA Alex Cross) by James Patterson

Sometimes you just want to sink into a good crime novel, and enjoy the gritty escapism. And if you like that kind of best selling fiction, full of action and races against time, you could do a lot worse than an Alex Cross novel. This is not the first in the series, but it was…

Fool Whiskey Hero by JT Blundell

Grady’s life is a mess. He’s ex-military man, with a big alcohol problem, and his wife is about to leave him. Just when he thinks things can’t get any worse, his dead beat drug addicted brother drags him into his problems, and he finds himself embroiled in the search for a mysterious object that a…