You know you love a beauty product when you continually use it on a daily/weekly basis, you just can’t seem to get enough of it and soon enough, you need to repurchase another one because you’re almost running out.
This is exactly how I feel about this five beauty products.
I am literally obsessed with them.
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Liverpool is a beautiful city.
I developed a real love for the city in 2010 when it was on my doorstep whilst being at Edge Hill University. It has everything to offer: brilliant shops (high street, high end as well as independent), delicious food, amazing events and of course, some of the best photo spots in the North West.
Since I developed a real love for taking photographs, I’ve found myself snapping away at the stunning Liverpool architecture each time I’m there.
So with that being said, I wanted to share some of my favourite photo spots in Liverpool with you..
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I adore this dress.
It is extremely rare that I purchase anything from Dorothy Perkins these days, let alone step into their shop as I just don’t seem to find anything that I particularly like.
However, this dress is the perfect dress for wearing in the office all year round and it’s just the best for days when I feel extremely bloated as it’s quite flattering.
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Published: 18th May 2017
Publisher: Harper Collins
Eleanor Oliphant leads a simple life. She wears the same clothes to work every day, eats the same meal deal for lunch every day and buys the same two bottles of vodka to drink every weekend. Eleanor Oliphant is happy. Nothing is missing from her carefully timetabled life. Except, sometimes, everything. One simple act of kindness is about to shatter the walls Eleanor has built around herself. Now she must learn how to navigate the world that everyone else seems to take for granted – while searching for the courage to face the dark corners she’s avoided all her life.
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Do you remember that episode of The Hills where LC said to Audrina: “just gonna keep my opinions to myself, they just get me in trouble..”
I have a mouth.
I have opinions.
I have voiced many of my opinions in my twenty-seven years of life and about 99% of them have got me in some sort of trouble – whether it’s a full blown argument (aka. someone overreacting) or the tiniest of disagreements.
With being part of the blogging community for almost six years, I’ve seen a lot of drama unfold on Twitter: some of which I’ve been dragged into and some which I accidentally started for calling someone out.
But for the past three or so years, I’ve taken a back seat and kept all opinions to myself.
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Female friendships can be fantastic, but they can also consist of a lot of drama, backstabbing and boyfriend stealing moments.
I’ve been part of two girl gangs in my life, both of which ended after we all left high school and university. It led me to believe that I was doing something wrong (if any of the girls read this, they’ve probably got a list as long as their arm), but in reality, I always knew that I never truly fitted in because I’m the outspoken one: the one who has no mouth filter, the one who always has “the wrong opinion,” and the one who is always blunt about feelings, all of the time.
Before we get deep into the post, a fellow blogger Beth Sandland wrote a post all about why she was never part of a girl gang and I just wanted to give her post some recognition as it allowed me to think quite a lot about my history with female friendship groups.
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My wonderful, heart warming, kind and very sarcastic Nan joined my Grandad in heaven on Monday 7th May 2018 at 1am.
We were all around her bed just five hours previously, not knowing what the next day would bring, but we all made sure that she was comfortable in what would have been her final hours.
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How glorious was the Bank Holiday weather?
It was somewhere between 19-24 degrees here in Liverpool and everybody was lapping it up because let’s face it, we don’t know if it’ll stick around or whether snow will be making yet another appearance (I’m not holding my breath).
With summer comes shorts, playsuits and dresses which can only mean one thing: getting your legs out and with the Wilkinson Sword Intuition F.A.B Razor (£6), your legs can be silky smooth within minutes.
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You will never guess where I bought my new black bag from.
I have spent months searching in New Look, River Island, M&S, Next, Debenhams and Topshop to find a particular handbag.
Had I seen it before? Nope.
Did I have an ideal of what I was looking for? Sort of.
But when I spotted it in the window of a certain shoe shop, I knew it was exactly what I had been looking for, so naturally, I purchased it.
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I’m the girl who will happily wear a pair of jeans, a slogan tee and a chunky cardigan on the weekend simply because I’m comfortable and it’s slightly stylish.
Slogan tees have become a recent obsession of mine.
I just can’t seem to get enough of them and it would seem that a lot of bloggers feel the exact same way as I do as the ‘Dreamer’ t-shirt from Primark has been quite the hit.
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