American Striped Tee


Comfortable, light and fashionable clothes? Yes please! We love New Look’s printed tops, they’re cheap and trendy. My favourite at the moment is this Stripey American top, at only £6.00.

American Striped Tee

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Magnetic Nail Varnish



 

Get your bottle of Magnetic Nail Varnish while stocks last! I love this wacky nail varnish. You put a coat of the Nail Varinsh on, and on the second coat, put the magnet over your nails and you will get a fab 3D pattern! My favourite is the frankie’s silver shade from the saturdays collection. They’re £6.00 a bottle, and the magnets are 3 pounds, and are definately worth having in the long run.

Frankie’s Silver Shade – Superdrug

Guide to Fabulous Hair


    

Want glossy locks like Jennifer Anniston or Cheryl Cole without having to pay for a professional hair kit? I’ve got some great tips for glossy, healthy hair. Just follow the guide for your hair colour, and enjoy luscious locks.

Blonde hair:

Wash your hair with your usual shampoo and conditioner. When all the conditioner is thoroughly gone from your hair, rinse it with roughly a litre of camomile tea. As crazy as it sounds, by doing this your hair will feel light, glossy and will smell great. Don’t rinse out the tea, simply leave it in, blow drying if required.

Red or ginger hair:

Rose hip Tea is great for enhancing russet tones. Like with camomile (see above) rinse your hair with a cup of cold Rose hip tea for light but strong coloured hair.

Brown hair:

One small cup of coffee can add depth and shine for brunette or darker looking hair: Use left over cafetiere coffee or espresso if you cant get your hands on it. Let the coffee cool, then pour over your hair and leave in for ten minutes before rinsing thoroughly.

By eating a variety of nuts and drinking lots of water, your hair will stay strong and healthy -Its very good for your nails too!

Nail Foil Mission


If haven’t read already, I set myself a mission a few fridays ago (27th). I decided to try out nail foil, and ordered  a meter and a half of nail foil. And its arrived!

 

Appplication 2/5

I found it quite difficult to use sucessfully… It tells you to wait five minutes for the adhesive to dry, but I only seem to get a thin slither of the pink metallic pattern! A friend told me to wait only thirty seconds for the glue to dry, and then as soon as I had put the foil on, quickly rub out any creases and peel off straight away. Now the foil is alot better covering 95% of my nail!

Overall I rate the nail foil 7/10. Im a sucker for bold designs, and you don’t really get any bolder than refective pink. However it was really hard to apply and it only lasts a few days max. I rated it 7/10 because I just love the finshed result!

27/1/12

Fed up with boring one coloured polished nails, I searched the web. After thousand of useless websites I came across nail foils.

They looked really funky. Hundreds of bright colourful rolls of sparkly foil, some with animal print, others weird pictures. But the website didn’t really explain what they were. A youtuber had put up a short video about how to apply them, and I quickly learnt what they’re like.

Once you’ve added the adhesive, (and it’s dry) simply cover your nail with the foil, and peel off whats left. You can get an amazing outcome and I think they are really quirky. I also found a website that does loads of different ones, and they’re so cheap! At only £2 for a meter and a half roll I thought I would share this fab site.

I’ve ordered some and will update the blog with some pictures and write the low down on what I think of them…

Nail Foil Mission


27/1/12

Fed up with boring one coloured polished nails, I searched the web. After thousand of useless websites I came across nail foils.

They looked really funky. Hundreds of bright colourful rolls of sparkly foil, some with animal print, others weird pictures. But the website didn’t really explain what they were. A youtuber had put up a short video about how to apply them, and I quickly learnt what they’re like.

Once you’ve added the adhesive, (and it’s dry) simply cover your nail with the foil, and peel off whats left. You can get an amazing outcome and I think they are really quirky. I also found a website that does loads of different ones, and they’re so cheap! At only £2 for a meter and a half roll I thought I would share this fab site.

I’ve ordered some and will update the blog with some pictures and write the low down on what I think of them…