Slip-on shoes > lace-ups. But, slip-ons that look like they’re lace-ups? Perfection.

These ones will be worn all day every day.

Fun Fact: my first ever pair of trainers were Skechers.

These, above, are my second and latest pair. I love both.

There is no brand that has shoes as comfy as these in my opinion.

If you’re looking for every day trainers, you should definitely check out Skechers. They’re airy (and stylish) too.

Conditioning, revitalising and beautifying, RevitaBrow Advanced enhances the look of even sparse, over-plucked eyebrows with dramatic – but believable – effect. Starring a proprietary blend of scientifically-advanced technology and natural botanicals, this daily treatment promotes strand strength, resilience and suppleness – minimising likelihood of breakage, and addressing the visual signs of eyebrow ageing, stress and fragility. High impact BioPeptin Complex – a cocktail of peptides and botanicals – saturates each hair with moisture, while the convenient doe-foot applicator permits fast and precise application (men can also use it to enhance the appearance of sideburns, moustaches and beards); just apply directly along clean, dry eyebrows every morning or evening, and allow to dry thoroughly before applying any pencil or pomade. Et voila!

Howdy partners!

I’m back for the second time in one day to bring you a review on RevitaLash – a lash growing and lengthening conditioner (which I’d researched in detail before purchasing).

The story behind this product is that a doctor invented this for his wife after she lost all her hair whilst tragically battling cancer.

What is RevitaLash?

This is a natural conditioner that regrows the lashes and lengthens those already there…

How does it work?

You apply it like mascara or lash primer (twice a day) and watch your lashes grow and/or get longer over time.

Those who know me in real life know that I have pretty lengthy lashes, but they’ve been getting quite patchy recently (even though I’ve never worn fake lashes).

So, I’ve been on the lookout to lengthen my lashes and grow new ones in place of the gaps…

I bought it via Amazon for £45. (I know!) But, in my mind – it costs around the same for an LVL treatment which you do once and can’t maintain.

Whereas, with RevitaLash, you can apply it as many times as you want – and it’s a gradual, more natural treatment.

I have booked an LVL treatment for next week, but I am reluctant to actually get it done as I’ve read quite a lot of reviews of those who get it done who say some lashes fall out.

I’m notorious for booking appointments for stuff like this and never going through with it out of nerves and paranoia from reading bad reviews online.

The fact that people have mentioned their lashes have fallen off is the main reason why I’ve never tinted, applied false or even curled my lashes… I am scared as heck! My lashes are my most prized feature.

I’m one of those people that literally just lets them exist on my face for as long as they like, and when one falls on my cheek, it’s usually my mum who picks it up and asks me to “‘make a wish!” …

Alas, I’ve made so many wishes on so many lashes that I’m starting to think they were all rogue nostril hairs.

So, I don’t know whether to invest in another RevitaLash bottle – ’cause I did notice a difference, or bite the bullet and get LVL done… It’s the same price and they last relatively the same length of time – one is just more natural and gradual than the other, and is more DIY too.

Darlings, I have created a one-of-a-kind ‘floral chypre’ perfume harmony that IGNITES a mind-altering fleurotic frequency. Featuring a blend of JOY top notes including Lemon, Peach and Black Pepper, ‘FLEUROTIC’ heart notes of Jasmine, Frankincense, Tuberose and Violet, plus PSYCHOACTIVE ‘pheromone’ base notes of Fire Tree, Iso E Super, Patchouli and Ambroxan. It attracts LOVE, LIGHT, POWER, POSITIVITY and SEX to the wearer!

Fall has fallen into our lives once more… This little fact has absolutely nothing to do with what I’m about to review. So, you get what you’re given, basically.

Oh, one last thing – I’m not about to give you Dream by Charlotte Tilbury… What I am about to give you is my take on it – which is more valuable. You’re welcome!

Does it smell nice? Sure. Yeah, it is a nice smell. I mean, if you have nostrils and sinuses that are in working order, use them and you too will realise it’s nice. But, is it worth its price (£48-64)? No.

I would use it very sparingly i.e. half a squirt each time you’re about to attend a very special occasion that you hardly ever go to. So, once every millennium (instead of New Year) should be enough.

The way I see it, you’ve got to smell good as you ring in the Year 3000! Busted couldn’t predict that, could they?

Have no fear, if the Year 3000 celebrations aren’t your thing, wait for the Blue Moon – that’s equally special, rare and astronomical.

Does it attract “love, power, light, positivity and sex” as it claims? Well, I’m still a virgin (by choice) but have been paying my electricity bill regularly – so that’s ‘light’ covered at least… Mind you, the price I paid for this perfume, it was touch and go quite honestly. Oh, and it’s a powerful scent, that’s for sure!

On the flip side, I am glad about my ability to remain positive since paying that much for a fragrance I’ll hardly ever wear. Then again, my love life is still car crash… So, all in all, it’s a mix bag.

One could argue I’m not wearing it enough; I might start wearing it every 500 years – that should do the trick…

I love nail art and typically get my nails done twice a month.

I use shallac on my nails and there’s such a wide variety of base colours that I’d tend to choose two on each hand.

However, I’ve recently discovered an awesome place that does incredible nail art on shellac nails and the work they do is something else entirely!

There’s a range of nail designs on their Instagram: @BeautyBoxNW5.

Here are a few of my favourites:

If you’re in London and want to get your nails done, pay them a visit. You won’t regret it…

Love; For all of Time! This is a delicate and sophisticated blend of Sandalwood and Patchouli (a memory of the late sixties and early seventies nostalgia fans).

ICYDMI*: I LOVE candles – so much so that I have an actual ‘Love’ candle that smells like fresh laundry.

As you can see, I am partial to any candle fragrance as long as the candle itself is pretty and red or blue in colour, apparently…

I like Lily Flame’s candle because there’s some wax pieces that poke out. It’s unique in that sense [aesthetics] – but not so much in that scent [smellthetics]…

I’ve smelt many a candle that smell like this one, all good nonetheless…

I mean, who doesn’t love the smell of fresh laundry!?

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