Tuesday, 23 June 2015


It's safe to say that I am long overdue a hair cut. I wouldn't say I have a fear of going to the hairdressers but I certainly don't like it. The past 3 or 4 hair cuts that I have had have been a disaster to say the least. When I had long hair, a trip to the hairdressers was a breeze but a few years ago I took the plunge and hair it all cut off. HUGE mistake! I walked away looking like Tracy Turnblad. A crying Tracy Turnblad may I add.

It finally grew back and then last August I made the same mistake. I said to the hairdresser that I didn't want my layers cutting too short, so what did she do? cut them soooooo short and when I say short I mean they couldn't even go into a pony tail they were that short. It was a complete disaster. To make matters worse a few weeks later my hair frazzled when blow drying it. It was just a very traumatic moment, I know worse things happen at sea and it's only hair but ever since the horrific hair dryer incident my hair just hasn't been the same. I had to cut out the sections which were damaged and they haven't grown back properly. There are random sections in my hair which are super short because they just wont grow out.

It's in such bad condition at the moment that I'm going to have to take the plunge again and get it all cut off. It has to go short again, all the horrible ends need to go. I am obsessed with pinterest and I've been pinning all sorts of hair styles/cuts/colours that I would just LOVE to work on me. So I thought I would share them...

The Cut
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The Colour
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Until this evening my hair was a washed our red with bad roots, thanks to L'oreal Casting Creme Gloss it's now a chocolate caramel. I think I may do a review or some from of before and after post in the next few days.

This time around I'm definitely going to a new hair dressers, I refuse at the age of 24 to be crying over a horrible haircut! 

Wednesday, 17 June 2015


I've been lusting after flared jeans for a few months now. After seeing mega babes like Kourtney Kardashian and Victoria Beckham wear them and look so darn cool I sit here and think, "why can't I look that good"... The answer is because I don't have a pair of flared jeans! In aid of my new found obsession, I thought I would share 3 ways I would style a pair of these awesome jeans!

Shirt Sunglasses Bag Jeans Shoes
Bracelet Jeans Top Bag Sandals
Top (cannot find the link) Bag Jeans Kimono Shoes

Monday, 1 June 2015


After being so jealous of everyone's videos and pictures of their adventures to the Harry Potter Studio Tour, I finally went on Friday with my Mom and Tom. It was such a good afternoon, we got stuck in A LOT of traffic on the way down and ended up arriving rather late but we were able to go in with a later tour. Head's up, this is a very picture heavy blog post (I took over 200 pictures, editing took hours! Literally!)
The whole experience was amazing however, it was a little overwhelming if I'm honest, there was so much to see; you're surrounded completely (from floor to ceiling) with props, costumes, wigs, gadgets, images ect all about the making of the films. It really was a complete 360 experience.

We walked around with a Digital Guide (at an extra charge) which played videos and commentary as you walked around. I wouldn't say it's a must have to be honest as I felt like we didn't really get to share the experience together, we were all walking around with headphones on listening to the guide throughout the whole thing. What they tell you in the guide is on information boards around the tour as well so I probably wouldn't bother with a Digital Guide. Unless your an avid fan and want to see small interviews with the production team ect. 

I honestly can't put into words how incredible it was to see how they made these amazing films! The detail that goes into every little thing is mind blowing! Even if you're not a Potter fan (what the hell is wrong with you if you're not?) I seriously recommend going along to the Harry Potter Studio Tours.

It definitely didn't ruin the magic of the films either which is what I was kind of expecting, if anything, it makes you appreciate them even more because you know how much effort went into making that washing up brush magically clean the dirty frying pan in the sink ;)

We paid around £43 each for our tickets, that included the Studio Tour Ticket, Digital Guide and Paperback Souvenir Guidebook. I don't think it was worth that much money if I'm 100% honest but it was still such a good experience.

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