Oval brushes have been popular for a few years now and I’ve been obsessed with them ever since. There’s something so elegant about gliding the brush over your face to apply your makeup. As much as I would love to pay in for the super super expensive brushes you see all over YouTube, my wage doesn’t exactly support that. Unfortunately I need to spend my money on grown up things like rent, bills, and food – shame.
Diet culture is one of the most controlling systems within our society. It permeates nearly every part of our lives and is completely destructing. A huge part of my life as been plagued with the symptoms of diet culture and after years of trying to fix myself I’ve learned that I never had to in the first place. Let’s have a talk about diet culture, my experience with it and where I want to go now.
Welcome to 2017 everyone! Another year has come round pretty fast and I’m looking back at 2016 and trying to think about all the good and the bad and where to go from here. While I don’t believe that people should just change completely at strike of twelve but for most of us it’s the kick up the bum we need to really make a change.
I can’t tell you how many different skincare products I’ve tried, but it’s a lot. From the classic Clearasil to expensive brands I’d not heard of before, my bathroom cupboard has been filled to the brink for years. Perfect skin? Not close, but I’m gunna keep tryin’!
Flawless looking skin without looking like you’ve caked your face while a 1-inch thick layer on foundation? Keep reading my friends!
We’ve all been there, bad skin days. NO ONE likes them, who would? But it happens to everyone, its completely normal and it shouldn’t get in the way of everyday life. Here’s number reasons why its OK to have a bad skin day:
Ahh the summer tan. I don’t know about you, but having a nice little glow makes me feel a hundred times better. It’s completely about appearance I know but I feel my confidence boosted when I have a bit of colour. I used to use fake tan and I’d be smelling of biscuits 90% of the time. After endlessly scrubbing my skin away to get rid of the old tan and make room for the next, I thought it was time to try something different.
So denial is in full swing at the moment, I’m sure I’m not the only one. May 2016 has come round fast and £45,000 in student loans dried up pretty quickly. I could never actually picture the moment I finally finished uni but lo and behold- I’m here!