Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Bionsen Deodorant Review

Bionsen is a paraben and aluminium free deodorant with spa minerals to help nourish and protect skin.

It allows your skin to breathe naturally so can be used as part of a more natural beauty care regime, and the aluminium and paraben free formula offers an alternative for those concerned about the possible links with breast cancer.

Contains vital spa minerals to keep skin glowing
Great for sensitive skin
No aluminium
No parabens


Wednesday, 20 March 2013

My Birthday Haul Video 2013

So here's a little video showing you all the lovely presents that I was lucky to receive from my lovely friends for my 32nd birthday.

If you love haul videos as much as I do (as I am extremely nosey!) then this might be right up your street.  Don't forget to 'Like' the video if you do and also subscribe!



Saturday, 16 March 2013

March 2013 Pay-day Wish List

So after my great birthday month, and all the fabulous things I received from my great friends I have thought about what I need for the month of March and my pay-day at the end of the month!

I received a gorgeous free Clarins facial before my birthday party and I realised that I am running out of all of my Clarins routine so here's what I am lusting after....

Cleansing essentials for normal/dry skin.
This kit contains: 

Cleansing Milk with Alpine Herbs 200ml
Toning Lotion with Camomile 200ml
Gentle Refiner Exfoliating Cream with microbeads 15ml (free gift)
Beautiful vanity case (free gift)

The alpine herbs cleanser is just beautiful and really moisturisers my dry skin.

This great value kit gives you a customer saving of over £22!


Thursday, 14 March 2013

BlueBella Lingerie and Hosting a Party

BlueBella is an award-winning and fast growing social selling Company that creates fabulously fun and flexible earning opportunities for women.

Their mission is to give every woman the means to confidently enjoy her sensuality and their beautiful collection of lingerie and lovestuff does just that. The collection is available exclusively through their fast growing team of BlueBella Consultants and online.

They bring together the best of party plan, ecommerce, and social media with a friendly and professional service to offer modern women the perfect work from home business. Gone are the high pressure sales tactics and limited party-only sales formula. In its place is a multi-channel Social Selling Company, with generous rewards for success and a friendly and supportive atmosphere.

BlueBella is the business opportunity of choice for today's modern woman. Their exciting opportunities have already featured in Look Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Company, The Times, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Mail, The Express, The Sunday Times, and The Sun, amongst others.

Their Mission

Is to give every woman the means to confidently enjoy her sensuality

They love designing beautiful lingerie, accessories and lovestuff, but BlueBella inspires something much greater. They inspire confidence, the sexiest accessory of all.

Be a part of this unique generation of women, taking control of their own sensuality.

Wear beautiful lingerie to make Yourself feel fabulous.

Enjoy Yourself. Celebrate Yourself. Be Yourself.

Their Story

BlueBella's CEO and Founder Emily Bendell, being half Scandinavian, had a vision to create a new company that empowered UK women to confidently explore and enjoy their sensuality. Emily felt that for too long British women's sensuality had been clouded with overtly provocative imagery and outdated attitudes. As a young, Oxford educated woman, Emily wanted to empower women to enjoy themselves in a stylish and chic way and share this message with the women around them.

BlueBella offers women an entirely new approach to sensuality and working from home. Emily's vision was to give women a genuine opportunity to build a thriving business in social selling with cutting-edge support and systems and a refreshing new ethos.

Bluebella's catalogue can be found 'Here'

I really valued BlueBella's company ethos and this is why I chose them to host my at home birthday party.

This was held on Saturday 2nd March and I found the whole experience very easy and informative and relaxed.  My party planner Claire was helpful and allowed my guests time to view the product range.

I would definitely recommend a BlueBella at home party to anyone!

I recently took delivery of all my guests purchases and they were packaged beautifully and the quality of the products received was also excellent.

Have you heard of BlueBella before?


Monday, 11 March 2013

February 2013 Favourites

February monthly favourites -

The Londoner blog - I love Rosie's photography and posts I check them everyday!

Unobserved blog - Amazing interior inspiration and a great blog and a shop! (what more could you ask for?)

Vivianna Does Make Up - I have been following Anna for years, I simply adore her blog, style and she just seems like a really lovely girl! (I would love to meet Anna one day) I check her blog daily.

YSL touche Eclat foundation - I have just been reaching for this everyday.  My shade is BD20 - it's a great luminescent foundation that makes my skin appear fresher and more awake. 

Elemis Spa@home Skin Nourishing shower cream - luxurious and skin nourishing and foams amazingly the smallest amount goes a very long way

Seche Vite trial size top coat from ebay - this is the BEST top coat I have ever used!

Bourjois Lipstick and Nail Polish  - Amazing colours and pigmentation

TIGI Bed Head Superstar Queen for a Day thickening Spray - two products that work extremely well together on my fine hair

Bioderma Crealine H20 - a blogger favourite and the best thing for make up removing

Rimmel Blush In Santa Rose - a muted, dusky pink shade that goes with everything

I cannot find a link to the Flamingo pen (sorry!)

Thanks for watching and please leave in the comments the links to your own monthly favourites videos or posts!




Saturday, 2 March 2013

My Birthday Day 2 - London Fashion Weekend at Somerset House

Hey guys so here's the second part of my birthday weekend for you, the previous post was all about my trip to London Zoo then to the May Fair hotel for afternoon tea!  

This post is all about my trip to the Vodaphone London Fashion Weekend at Somerset House.

The thoughts are of course my own opinion  if you enjoyed the London Fashion Weekend then good on you, it just wasn't my cup of tea.

I was lucky enough to be given free tickets to the London Fashion weekend and I jumped at the chance of continuing on my birthday celebrations by going somewhere I have never been before.

I checked out the website and other bloggers posts about the weekend and saw how many designer brands were going to be featured at the event and I got quite excited!

Somerset House
Somerset house is very easy to find, it's basically over Waterloo bridge and of a Sunday you can park actually on the bridge for free!

All the designer's selling items at the fashion weekend

The scrummy Diet Coke man we had our photo taken with 
The gorgeous Manolo Blahnik London Fashion Week artwork surrounding the cat walk show
Now I am very grateful to receive free tickets, I really enjoyed the hunky Diet Coke man (and getting a free Diet Coke) and seeing new brands and products I have not seen before.  But I am not one for designer clothes and most things were way out of my price range!  I think if you are a fashionista, like everything in one place then this event is for you.  

Personally I was pleased to of gone, but I much prefer the Clothes Show and the QVC Beauty Bash that I attended this year.  Somerset House is a strange place, lots of tiny rooms, people in towering heels and just not the kind of event space I envisaged it to be!  I couldn't even buy an Elle Magazine for a £1 :-(

If you are looking for a girly day out, like designer price tags then this one is for you! But be warned I didn't see many items being reduced considering it was the last day... this might be something you keep in mind if you are hoping to pick up a bargain!

It was busy for the last day of fashion weekend!
Any other beauty / clothes events that you think I might Like?

(all photos my own)
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