This morning, I went to another Brunch Club with a group of other bloggers I’m connected with. We ate at Cafe Tasca in Mount Eden and it was an amazing experience. Not only was the group lovely and chatty as usual, but we had great food drinks and a great outdoor cafe experience. I decided
MAC Cosmetics Russian Red Lipstick is the perfect matte red for me. It’s bright, makes my lips seems a little bigger and bolder. I think it’s my new favourite lipstick. I just need to make sure it matches with my outfit so I can wear it out as much as possible. I love the matte look
I spotted these vitamins in quite a few YouTube videos, namely MarissaLace, and thought I should look into them. Their site provides a short health quiz to lead you in the right direction, since they have so many different vitamins. It asks you things like how you eat and what need a little help with.
Joe Sugg’s second graphic novel, Username: Regenerated is another step up from his first. It has the same great set of characters, with added depth and a fast paced storyline. It takes place a little while after the first and goes from there, with Evie having a slightly older look. The art is so well
Last night, my boyfriend and I went to the advance screening of The Girl On The Train. The movie was thrilling, captivating and suspenseful. I thought the adaptation of the book was so well done. Usually I feel that the book is so much better than the novel, but I really didn’t have that feeling
This morning, I went to the LUSH Christmas product launch here in Auckland. It was a fun event, getting to see the new range, see some demonstrations, chat to some other bloggers and even mould our own bath bombs. I love so many of the new bits for the LUSH Christmas range, but there are
The Memory Book is the story of a girl diagnosed with Niemann-Pick, a disease that among other things, will take her memory from her. To remember, Sam types out her story on her laptop. It is an emotional tale of love, illness, friendship and daring to do what you want. Lisa Avery really captured the essence