Korean beauty and skincare has been growing in popularity in the UK for a while now and one of the easiest (and cheapest) ways to try it is through the sheet mask. Basically sheet masks are a cleaner, lazy friendly version of a mud mask. You apply a sheet soaked in serum to your face and leave for around 10-30 minutes. Once the time is up you remove the mask and massage in the remaining serum with no washing required. View Full Post
Feelunique have teamed up with the fashion illustrator Meredith Wing (@moomooi) to create a collection of 6 gorgeous limited edition accesssories. They all feature pretty, whimsical, floral designs and I love them all! View Full Post
1) ASOS Pillow Fight Pyjama Set £20
2) New Look “Is It Friday Yet?” Pyjama Set £9.99
3) ASOS Eggshausted Pyjama Set £20
4) Topshop Sushi Roll Pyjama Set £22
5) ASOS Hippo Tutu Pyjama Set £20
6) River Island White Floral Pyjama Top £17
7) River Island White Floral Print Trousers £17
8) ASOS Jelly Bean Pyjama Set £18
I’ve never done a wishlist on the blog before and it was so much fun to put together! I’m always browsing websites and adding things to my saved items lists, so why not share them on here? This wishlist features my new favourite product to buy… pyjamas! A few months ago I was wearing nightwear that I’d owned for years, just throwing any old t-shirts and shorts together. However, I’ve recently treated myself to some new sets (including number 3 on my list- which I love!) and I can’t tell you how good it feels to get into bed with a matching pair.
I seem to have chosen a lot of nightwear sets with shorts, which will be good for whenever the weather decides to get warmer! The floral river island pyjamas will be good any time of year though. I’m really liking ASOS at the moment for pyjamas (or for anything really), they have the cutest sets- especially the one with the hippo in the tutu!
Would you buy any of these pyjamas? What type of nightwear do you usually wear?
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I love receiving beauty boxes. I’ve tried most of the boxes available and it’s nice to give a little present to myself each month. The problem with subscription boxes though is that you can’t choose the products you get. I have drawers full of unwanted moisturisers and hand creams, that I didn’t need and never got around to using. This is where Build Your Own Box comes in. It’s available from Latest In Beauty and you can choose to include 3, 6 or 9 products in your box, depending on how much you want to spend. I was sent 9 products to try, so I’ll give you a quick rundown of my first impressions. View Full Post
Help Gave Into the Hype is a series of posts about products I’ve bought because I’ve been convinced by amazing blogger reviews and have absolutely no will power to stop myself. My latest purchase is the Illamasqua Hydra Veil. My previous hype buys were the PIXI Glow Tonic and the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara both of which I really liked, so I had high hopes for the Hydra Veil. It has been around for a while, but if you haven’t heard of it, the Hydra Veil is like a combination of a hydrating skincare product and a primer. View Full Post
The Latest In Beauty Glamour boxes are probably some of my favourite beauty boxes. They always contain a good mix of items, ranging from “hype” products to new discoveries. The latest Spring Edit contains 7 products + a £10 Murad gift card. View Full Post