In the last month or two, Rimmel have launched their Insta Collection. I’ve been using the #Insta Fix & Go* setting spray for the past few weeks and after mentioning it once or twice, it’s finally time to give you my full opinion on it. You may be able to guess from previous posts that it’s probably going to be a positive one.
Oh look, I’ve managed to spend another weekend in London at the theatre. Whilst thousands of people took to the West End on Saturday to celebrate Pride, I headed to the theatre to see two clothes that are closing pretty soon. The two shows I’m going to be talking about next were not seen in this order, but it seemed daft to let you know my thoughts on a show that closes in under two weeks when it has less than a week left of its run. So today is all about The Philanthropist, written by Christopher Hampton, directed by Simon Callow and starring a host of actors that you will definitely recognise.
It’s been almost a year since I walked away from The Girl Gang event in Manchester with a loaded goodie bag and I still haven’t tried half of the products. That’s bad, isn’t it? Well with the weather being as hot as it was a recently, it seemed the right time to get out all of my sprays. I’d heard amazing things about the Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist* and decided that was going to be my product of choice for cooling my sweaty face down in the humidity.
When I got into the world of beauty around three years ago, every single YouTuber raved about this fairly new concept of micellar water. And everyone’s favourite? Bioderma. I feel like this is the first micellar water that everybody talked about and whilst I used it a couple of years ago, I didn’t really get the chance to form a real opinion on it. Well now I think I finally know how I feel about Bioderma so I’m going to share those thoughts today.