The normal train of thought when it comes to makeup or any other beauty product is that expensive = better quality. While I won’t deny that I love to splurge on high-end products every so often (aka more often than I’d like to admit), unfortunately my bank account won’t allow me to have every product in my make up bag costing as much as a nice pair of jeans. I’ve managed to discover some amaaazing dupes and bargains over the years, which I thought I’d share with those of you who are looking to save a few £!
After being bombarded with advert after advert on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram about these ‘two week tattoos’, I caved and decided to buy one. I’ve wanted to get a tattoo for a while now and since I have finally decided what design I’d like to get, I thought it was only right to try it out in a less permanent form.
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When I went Singapore a few months ago, two shops that were at the top of my list to visit were Sephora and Etude House. I am still absolutely devastated that we don’t have a Sephora here in the UK, so I got way too excited when I finally got to go to a store. I had even made a list of the things that I wanted to buy so that I didn’t miss anything out!
I always thought that spots were something you got when you were in your early teens. That’s what all of the films, TV shows and magazines that were around me growing up led me to believe anyway. So when I got to 17 with only a few blackheads under my hat, I thought I’d escaped the whole acne thing. Imagine my surprise, then, when my face started looking like a complete pizza as I was nearing my 18th birthday!