Monday, March 31, 2014

March Favourites

Hello All,

Monthly favourites time again?! I can't quite believe how quickly these months are flying by. You guys know what I'm here to talk about so lets get to it.


Coming into Spring I need to stop looking like a pasty ghost and start getting my tan on. I have never used gradual tan before, but after hearing Meg's Boutique raving about this I thought I would give it a go. This is so much easier than proper fake tan and doesn't smell half as bad. It has give me a really nice natural colour and there is no worry of being streaky or patchy. The only thing I am unsure of is the "soft shimmer", most of the time it's not that noticeable but there was an incident where I resembled a tanned Edward Cullen.

This stuff may stink but if it is going to help the mess that is my skin then I will use it. Tea tree is a fantastic for blemishes and it has been a really helpful product for clearing up my skin. I think that tea tree should be something that ever girl has in their beauty stash, to me it is an absolute essential.

With Spring round the corner its important that you get some lovely spring colours for your nails. I picked up this one from Rimmel which is called Ring O' Roses (how adorable) and it is a beautiful baby pink. I really like these poslishes, they are opaque in 2 coats and even though it doesn't dry in 60 seconds as it claims, it is fairly fast drying.

I have already raved about this product in my Battle of the Mattes post so I won't go on about it too much, but this product is freaking amazing!! It is my PERFECT daytime colour and the other colours in the range are also beautiful (will most certainly be purchasing some more soon). It is an all round lovely product, I especially like who easy it is to apply.


I know I am extremely late on the bandwagon here but this show is seriously incredible. Each episode is an hour and a half long which is odd but they don't actually drag on. Benedict Cumberbatch plays an excellent Sherlock and I watch series 1 and 2 in little over a week (master procrastinator). 

Yet another TV show...oops. This is the classic trashy american TV that you cannot help but love. There are 10 guys and 10 gals, and the aim is for them to figure out who is their perfect match; there is love, heartbreak, fights, bitching and is highly entertaining.

This isn't a new love by any measure but recently I have been eating at Wagamama quite a lot. The food is delicious and healthy too which is always a plus. My favourite meal is Yakisoba, if you havent been to Wagamama then you need to get your butt down there a.s.a.p.

I hope March was a lovely month for you; let me know what your favourites were.

Until next time,



  1. i agree that tee tree oil is fantastic! i used to use it all the time when i had my nose pierced and it would clear up any infection so quickly! I'd love it if you'd comment back xx

    1. Yeah it is currently working wonders on the mess that is my skin right now haa. Lovely blog, I followed you on Bloglovin' a while back :) xx

  2. I use that Dove tan as well! Its so good because its so moisturising at the same time, would love if you could check out my blog! :)

  3. I have yet to try the tea tree oil! How does it compare to pure tea tree oil, though? x

  4. Wagamama is my absolute favourite restaurant - amazing!! I've always had a problem with blemishes but have never used the Body Shop tea tree oil. I usually stick with Sudocrem! Next time I have a break out, I will give this a go instead; thanks :) Alexandra, x

    1. it is very good for its anti-bacterial properties!! any tea tree oil will do the job I just picked up the body shop one through convenience!! xx