Sunday, 2 November 2014

Moodstruck 3d Fiber Lashes Review Younique comes to the UK

Hello My lovely readers.
Its been a while but I'm coming back with a bang :D

So I have been using Younique's 3d fiber lashes and to say I have fallen in love is an understatement.

I had seen a lot of photos via my instagram of this so called wonder product and I was dubious but the photos were so amazing I just had to try it once it landed in the Uk.

The product itself come in a beautiful leather case which I was very excited to see. The quality is excellent, you can tell this is no cheap knock out product.

Prices at just £23 its a steal. Its saved me loads on false eyelashes already and its so much quicker to apply than strip or individual lashes.

I had some amazing results considering I have terribly short and thin lashes
In the top photo I am wearing Rimmels new Kate moss Mascara 
In the bottom photo I'm wearing 3d fiber lashes

And some examples on people with better lashes than me to begin with

I'm totally hooked and I'm sure you will be too if you give this a try. On a side note I do not recommend rimmels Kate moss mascara, It did little to extend my lashes and flaked off with in a few hours.

To buy your own 3d fiber lashes click the clink below

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Competition Win Your Wedding Hair

To Celebrate a fantastic year and taking on more clients I decided to do a massive give away of bridal wedding hair.

To enter just pop over to my facebook page and pop your wedding date and location on the comment section. Be sure to read the terms and conditions.

Sunday, 4 May 2014

German Plait/Twist DIY

A great style for bridesmaids or even the bride on her wedding day.

Saturday, 26 April 2014

Hair basket weave tutorial

Video Tutorial on how to do a hair basket weave.

Saturday, 5 April 2014

Messy Loose Curls (DIY)

Hello, Hello my Lovely readers.

Today I have given my hair volume and bounce and thought I would share with you all how I achieved the look.

Firstly the products that I used
I washed my hair and then applied a fine mist of protein spray through out. Protein spray helps replace lost nutrients and is a must on my hair regime and that of my clients when I do their hair. I then applied a generous helping of my blow dry spray. It helps protect the hair and to add volume.

(Products available through myself)

I then rough dry my hair by turning my head upside down to add lift at the roots.

Then using my Babyliss Pro Curl Straightener
This is no longer available but you can buy the alternative from babyliss from here

I section my hair and take varying sizes and ribbon them through the Straighteners. Clamp the hair at the root and slowly pull the straighteners down whilst bending the straightens back on themselves.
By keeping the section sizes different it gives a more random curl and looks less structured

I then finished the look with a bit of hair spray and my shine spray to give the look some pop.

(Excuse the lack of make up)

As you can see it adds a very messy curl/ volume looking natural and beachy.

Thanks for reading guys x

Friday, 4 April 2014

DIY Bow Hairstyle

Hi Guys,

It has been quite some time since I last posted and in that time I have been having a think about the direction that I wanted to take this blog in.

I have come to the decision that from now on it will be for Hair and Make tutorials (As many as I can do myself and some from other contributors) and hair, beauty and fashion reviews.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support and the growing fan base has been amazing.

So here is the first DIY Hair bow one, in a way that is simple enough for everyone to do.

Follow the pictures step by step.

When tying the two bits of hair together make sure you have a big enough loop but also enough left out to wrap up between the two. Secure with a couple of pins and use hairspray to define the bow and get rid of any fluffy bits

You can view pictures of my work at