Some posts…

My blog on Blogger “” Is doing very well, I’ve been posting serveral times a week, and I feel that the posts are a much higher quality. If you would like to see more of my blog ‘Teenagestorm’, please click onto my new blog, its like the newer generation.


Some of my posts:

Wedding Gift Haul

Review: Maybelline’s Colour Tattoo

Avon Mini-Haul

Goodbye from Teenagestorm.

I’ve moved to Blogger, with a new name, and new style of writing. Its still beauty/make up, but I feel the quality of this blog was getting awful, and I needed a fresh start with a clean page. Its a bit more mature, because I feel I know a lot more about make up, and these posts are a lot better. There will be regular posts on outfits of the day, make up reviews, get the look hauls, tutorials, tags the whole lot!

Please take a look at it, its new so I haven’t got any followers yet, and would really like some comments/feedback. Click here to see it, I hope you like it 🙂 Goodbye x


12 DIY Present Ideas

Perfect for Christmas gifts with a bit of an edge x

into mind

And the Christmas countdown begins… If you are still looking for some handmade present ideas, here are twelve DIY projects from the archives:


SONY DSCDelicate Thread Bracelets

SONY DSCCoconut Jewellery Holder

SONY DSCPastel Braid Bracelet

dsc07739Homemade All-Over Brown Sugar and Honey Scrub


SONY DSCHoney Cocoa Lip Balm and Cheek Stain

SONY DSCTurquoise Beaded Ring Bracelet

SONY DSCWoven Curb Chain Bracelet

SONY DSCRing Bracelet


SONY DSCBranch Accessories Hanger

SONY DSCDip Dye Dreamcatcher

SONY DSCSnow Globes

SONY DSCSea Shell Mosaic

Follow into mind on Bloglovin’.

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4 Hairstyles To Try This Fall

Loving it 🙂

                                                              Sock Bun

Dutch Flower Braid

Waterfall Braids

FishTail Braid

All picture taken by me. Check  out my Instagram @Ispyoby for more pictures

If you want to learn how to do any of the hairstyles comment below,  I will post the best youtube video tutorial to use.

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BB Creams… Which one to choose?

BB Creams have hit the shops, with many make-up brands designing their own. But with so many on the shelves, it can be hard to know which one is best, and at such a vast price range is expensive always better?

What Are BB Creams?

BB stands for Blemish Balm or Blemish Base but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a spot cream. They claim to give coverage, moisture, sun protection and some can improve skin, with even more benifits in certain creams. BB creams act like foundation and generally have the same consistancy, the advantages of using BB creams is that has a better coverage whilst benifiting your skin too!

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So – Which one..?

You can order free samples of a few BB creams online, which is a good way of deciding which one to buy. I’ve done exactly that and have found one that I have absoulety fallen in love with, and one that I hope never to see again.

Garnier’s ‘Miracle Skin Protector BB Cream’ £9.99

This cream was quite thick, and rich in colour – a sign that it covers well. As I applied it to my face I found it supprisingly oily, which left my skin feeling heavy. Although it covered blemishes well, it didn’t blend well and an obvious line marked where the cream stopped. The fragrance was quite relaxing, it reminded me of an essential oil and with its greasy texture thats what it reminded me of. Garnier claims 24hr hydration making the skin feel smoother, softer and supple. I’ll agree it made my skin smoother, although 12 hours later I broke out in spots – Not much of a miracle after all!

I’d rate this product 4/10. Because it covered well, but unless I was going to cover my whole face and not think about the after effect it wouldn’t be worth the money.

Olay’s ‘Total Effects Touch of Foundation BB Day Moisturiser’ £10.99

My sample wasn’t the correct shade, but with two shades to choose from in store I don’t think I’d have much luck anyway. Also fragranced this cream had a refreshing scent and a nice consistancy. It didn’t feel to oily or thick and when I applied it to my face I thought it blended quite well. Olay claims it ‘perfectly even your skin tone.’ Whilst it was good coverage with only two shades to pick it is near to impossible to get one that match my skintone!

I’d rate this product 6/10. Becauase it did what it said on the packet – add more shades and its a winner.

Maybelline’s ‘Dream Fresh BB Cream’ £7.99

I. LOVE. THIS. CREAM. Its fragrantless so didn’t alter my perfume. The cream felt absoulety weightless and blended into my skin very well. It covered any blemishes and left my skin feeling very smooth. It stayed on the whole day and was easy to take off in the evening. An absoulute winner for me and I’ve already brought a bottle!

I’d rate this 10000/10 and will be replacing my normal foundation!

A small Apology..

A small post to say how sorry I am not for updating in such a long time, I know its a rubbish excuse but I really have been rushed off my feet! Not sure how often posts will be published, but I promise promse promise to go back to blogging more – Love you all loads and loads, Its so nice to know you’re still visiting the TeenageStorm xx