Ladies listen up! This season's hottest trend is denim and not just talking jeans and jumpsuits.
Last September saw me hot foot it to London for a shoot with Red Magazine for a digital campaign with Superdrug showcasing the store's new in house brand: B. Make up and Skincare.
2016 is in full swing and since we are still in the first few weeks of the New Year, it’s safe to say that most of us are still sticking to our resolutions *cough cough (puts down the biscuits).
'Tis the season to be merry!
I need to no excuse to dress up as regular readers here know!
When I attended the Harrods' Christmas press preview in July, I was lucky enough to meet hair stylist to the stars and Creative Director of Urban Retreat, Harrods, Andrew Barton. Charming Andrew kindly invited me into the salon during our chat, promising me a beautiful blow dry and it certainly did not disappoint!.
Christmas in July might seem a little bit bonkers to those not in PR, but trust me, it makes total sense for brands to spend this summer month showcasing erm, what's in store, in store, this Christmas!
It's summer (or at least the closest thing we'll get to a summer here in the UK), so I wanted to share some of my top tips on how to achieve the perfect dewy daytime make up look for these 'warmer months'.
I'd like to share a bit of advice to all my readers who haven't yet had kids. Never - and I repeat NEVER - take date nights for granted. Because as soon as bambinos are on the scene - and my fellow mamas will back me up here - date nights become rarer than rocking horse poop!
When it comes to anti-ageing skincare routines, I'm a little bit (OK a lot...) late to the party! At 34, I've only just started using anti-ageing products, which according to the experts is about 14 years too late! My bad!
I'm honoured to be working with NIVEA, one of my all-time favourite skincare brands, reviewing their NIVEA Q10 anti-aging collection and also appearing in their latest campaign film with my kids.
I know the advice is to use anti-wrinkle cream from the end of your 20's but I'm a bit of a later starter and have only started recently, at the grand old (not really old) age of 34.
Work hard, play hard I say. And by play hard, as a mum of two, I mean mostly, retail therapy. Although not shopping with kids, now that's anything but therapeutic.
I'm committed to using the most natural beauty products I can. I have sensitive skin and definitely notice a positive difference when I use 'free-from' and organic products on my face and body.
PinterestLondon is always a whirlwind for me, and last Wednesday was no exception. Taking my Mum along for a rare night away and quite the party (more of that soon), I had some exciting meetings by day (as always, I'll reveal more when I can)- as we made our way through chic coffee shops in Farringdon to the place I call home in the city, Charlotte Street Hotel, a bustling yet relaxing hub where meetings can turn to dinner easily, and being so close to Soho and the production company I have a TV series in development with, makes it the ideal place for my blogging and TV career to meet.
Mothers & Shakers Featured Post. We are sent a fair few samples in this house but never have we tried fragrances for all the family before and let me start by stating these Khush-Boo fragrances are JOYFU...
Those that follow this blog know my great, sometimes obsessive LOVE of make up. I refer to it as my armour, it gives me confidence and helps to hide dark circles from the many sleepless nights I suffer sadly (thanks kids)-making me feel awake on the outside if not in.
I love experimenting with my hair and deviate from super curly or soft waves to poker straight hair from week to week.