I have seen a few other bloggers do this recently and I thought this was a good way to find out a little more about me in a beauty related kind of way as I feel I haven’t shared much personally about myself to you all, I hope enjoy!
1. What is the one product you could not go without?
2. What Is Your Favourite Make Up Brand?
3. Do you remember the first make up item you purchased?
4. What is your top beauty tip?
ALWAYS GET MATCH TESTED FOR FOUNDATION!!!
5. Why did you start blogging?
I love make up and doing different kinds of looks and hauls. Friends would always tell me I should show other people so I decided to join the wordpress family.
6. Random Fact About Yourself?
I have a soft spot for donuts. They are my weakness.
7. How much do you spend on beauty products every month?
Way more than my bank would like…
8. Describe your dream make up haul
Splurging at the Westfield in Shepherds Bush as they have a lot of the high end brands their.
9. How often do you wash your make up brushes?
Once a week, I can’t stand when the brushes go hard from all the dry product.
10. If you could only choose to do one before leaving the house, would you do your hair or your makeup?
Makeup, because I never do much with my hair anyway.
11. 5 Beauty Products you couldn’t live without
12. What advice would you give to a beauty blogger just starting out?
You do you! Express your love and have fun with it.
I bet you haven’t seen my name pop up in a while ha ha. Well I’d like to start off this post with a massive apology for not posting in a while. But business shall resume as normal from today onwards. I will devote my time to writing extra posts to fill in the gaps from the last month. I hope you can forgive me.
While I have been away, I have experimented with dying my hair. This came about when my sister took a photo of me and it looked like my hair was black. I know I have dark brown hair already, but I was curious to actually see what it would look like. This is my first time ever colour treating my hair, I was very scared.
So I went to the local Boots in search for a semi-permenant dye and I came across the L’Oreal Casting Creme Gloss in the shade Liquorice.
The whole process took about an hour (maybe a bit more) in total, which is great if you haven’t got too much time to spare. The colourant was left on my hair for around 20 minutes and then was thoroughly washed off (which was probably the hardest part as it may seem like you have got it all out of your hair but you have to keep rinsing.) I had a panic because as I was rinsing the colour out, it stained the bottom of the bath and instantly, I knew my mother would go mad at me! I ran into my sister’s room and said “quick, i’ve stained the bath I need something that will get it off”. She gave me a bottle of Cillit Bang (Black Mould Remover) and it literally came off instantly so the panic was over!
Overall, I loved the process and I was so happy with the end result that I think I will keep up with it. The colour lasts for up to 28 washes which is great for someone like me that doesn’t need to was their hair too frequently.