My Glossybox came! So exciting as i think it's such a great concept for a great value of just £10 a month. For those of you who don't know glossybox is a monthly subscription box with 5 beauty products of either sample or full size for you to test and try. You then write a review of them online and get given glossydots which you can redeem later for a free glossybox when you have 1000 glossydots. It started out in America and has only this year been brought over to the UK. The products I'm loving so far is the hd brows set as it can be used as an eyeshadow as well, although it does say it last for 24 hours which is not very accurate!
Plum fragrance by Mary Greenwell has a slight old lady smell that just doesn't really do anything for me- you know rose and plum musk sort of smell. The little móa pot is so useful and much like something I've had before as it can be put anywhere and is a natural healing balm- much better than Vaseline and lasts longer. I haven't yet used the sea salt scrubs but shall let you know when I do. Lastly, I used the Neäl and Wolf Intensive Care Hair Treatment and so far I've noticed my hair is softer and has a better colour especially as my hair gets very dry and bleak when I dye it. Hopefully it will restore my hair to it's original self!
Thats all for now, may upload some more photos later as another mini update if I have the time :)
(Top- Primark Mens, Skirt- H&M, Bag- Charity Shop)
(Top- Primark, Skirt- Topshop)
Got my braces off finally but didn't tell anyone so they could jump up and down when they noticed themselves ;L Was with my friend for two days then ended it with probs the party of the year so far. Exciting stuff i know! So this is the end of my little update...
Here's what I looked like in the dress I showed you in my previous post when I went out the other night:
Went to the last day for the Tracey Emin exhibition at the Hayward gallery and me and my friend were about to get in when I stupidly questioned the price of the tickets for the young person one. The lady asked us how old we were and we both said 15, then she asked a colleague about how old you have to be to go into the gallery and guess what you have to be bludy 16. So I decided to call my mum down to come in with us and she had wanted to go anyways, one because I needed this for my Summer artwork and two to prove that bobble bumhead a lesson :L
Wandered round Southbank which I always forget how lovely it is and then finally saw the exhibition which I think was a m a z i n g. Got a lot of love for Tracey Emin now :)
P.S. Myself and my friend are in a hip hop music video somewhere on youtube apparently!